What You Are Called To Do

What You Are Called To Do

by Gena Suarez, The Old Schoolhouse®  Twenty years goes by so quickly. The magazine you are holding in your hands or reading online is the most recent issue published by a magazine company, The Old Schoolhouse®, which God allowed to “be born” two full...
Shifting Sands

Shifting Sands

by Mary York I remember staring into the eyes of my firstborn for hours, days, and then years as he grew to manhood, wondering what he would be like when he was full grown. I have searched the eyes of all my children with the same curiosity. I remember many wiser,...

Tips for Working from Home While Homeschooling

by Kristen Grossman My homeschooling journey has changed a lot over the past sixteen years. My favorite memories are of having all four of our children at home, spread out over the kitchen and living room. Now, with only one left studying at home, my days look a lot...

Pursue Zest

by Tyler Hogan If you’re anything like my wife and me, the past couple of months have left you feeling somewhat besieged. It’s normal to feel overwhelmed—especially in seasons of unpredictable craziness like we’re enduring now. Frankly, that feeling can suck the joy...

Add a Little Variety to Your Day

by Katie Julius In most everything we do regularly, we run the risk of developing feelings of drudgery as we start feeling the itch for something new; a break from what has become monotonous. It’s probably even more true now than ever in this season of sheltering at...