The Best Laid Plans

by Katie Julius You’ve spent all summer researching your curriculum, planning, praying. The day has finally arrived. You take your excited kids out to the porch or the yard for the obligatory “First Day” photos. Maybe you have a cute sign you’ve made or purchased that...

The View is Worth It

by Rebecca Kocsis I’m not an outdoor girl. I much prefer curling up with a good book and a cup of tea than traversing in the wild. Although I love nature walks, I don’t do cold, wet, and dirty very well. And I’m not a big fan of heights either. That’s why that time...

The Idol of Homeschooling

by Camille Lopez Summer is the time for planning for the next homeschool year. It is filled with expectation, hope, and the satisfying experience of it all looking good on paper. And then there is real life! There is no avoiding it, and it can really mess with...

The Necessity of Teaching Biblical Values

by Alyssa Hemmer   It’s no secret that today’s culture is quickly spiraling away from Biblical values. My husband  and I listen to just about any news station for five minutes, and we leave scratching our  heads in confusion, with a pit in our...