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A Homeschool Day Off?

1. Looking to God “Let the word of Christ dwell in you richly, teaching and admonishing one another in all wisdom, singing psalms and hymns and spiritual songs, with thankfulness in your hearts to God.” Colossians 3:16 I earnestly would like to gather a small group of moms in my living room and discuss the various ideas from this verse. I think we would all marvel at the hope and help that God offers us as we teach. Bring some friends. Come over. Let’s do it! For starters: How might we get the Word of Christ to dwell in us? In those we love? Not only is it to dwell but to dwell richly. Think on this and let’s prepare to encourage one another. Wouldn’t you love to discuss the singing instruc

Finding Productive Gospel Opportunities: Reflections on my recent trip to the Philippines

A flight around the world On my recent trip to the Philippines[1], I flew east rather than west. In doing so, I inadvertently completed the experience of me traveling completely around the world. Having missed my connecting flight due to an hour and a half delay from sub-freezing temperatures and snowfall at Dulles Airport, the airline put me up in a hotel in Dubai, the largest city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE). While the unscheduled layover was relaxing, and I was well provided for, I was immersed in a sea of people from many countries and I felt like a stranger in a strange land! I wondered much about the incredible number of people who populate this world, and how many know Jesus? Ac

Developing Goals for Your Children

When traditionally structured academics begin to choke out the freedom of pursuing the unique needs and interests of their children, parents need to reassess the daily workload in the light of the eternal and create goals that cooperate with God’s own plans for His kingdom. The issue at stake in our pursuit of academic goals at home is prioritization. How does one prioritize the completing of the scheduled academic work and pursue spiritual goals at the same time? Eternal goals force the prioritization of temporal goals The battle we wage is based on how we view reality. “So we fix our eyes not on what is see, but what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but what is unseen is eternal.”

What God Has Done

What God Has Done Psalm 44:1 "Oh God, we have heard with our ears, our fathers have told us, what deeds you performed in their days, in the days of old." I really love this verse because it challenges us to keep alive all of the things we know about God. We can do this by discussing what we discover as we read His Word. We can also show God's greatness and His good plan and protection as we share our own family stories. Recently some of our family were going through some very old family pictures and sharing memories. Most of the people in the pictures were unknown to our grandchildren. Immediately I was led to share stories, values, failures and blessings related to those ancestors. With eac

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