Homeschool

What to Expect From Your Twelve Year Old

The age of 12 is a key time in everybody’s life, and it is interesting to note that God has given us a glimpse in His Word into what a 12-year-old is supposed to be and the qualities he should have developed.

Suddenly Homeschooling? 9 Ways to Help Keep Your Sanity

Due to COVID-19, thousands of parents now find themselves to be homeschooling parents with no notice. From a veteran homeschooler, here are 9 tips to make this transition as smooth as possible and to come out stronger as a family than ever.

Stepping Outside for Science and Nature Studies

When we are outside, I encourage my children to appreciate and observe the environment around us. I emphasize the importance of using all five senses to immerse them in nature. By doing this, it encourages them to ask questions about what they see.

10 Ways to Help Kids Keep Their Faith

When a child, teen, or young adult lives out their faith, there is simply no greater joy. But there is also no greater heartbreak than when a child leaves their faith.

How to Embrace Your Not-So-Quiet Time

Every morning finds my clunky, awkward journaling bible propped halfway between an armchair and an endtable, coffee spilling with each elbow bump as I turn pages with one hand and hold my nursing baby with the other. Sometimes my eyes are so heavy I can’t remember which part of the Tabernacle I was reading about two minutes before.

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Palm Sunday - Easter Devotional - April 5

When the crowds heard Jesus was coming to Jerusalem, they cheered, “Hosanna! ” which means, “Save now!” They saw Him as their new King, come to bring salvation from political and societal oppression.