A Sense of Purpose

by Rebecca Kocsis Have you ever walked into a room, only to forget why you were there? You set off in that direction with a clear purpose. You were going to do something important, or if not important, at least it was something that needed to be done. By the time you...

The Beggar and I

by Rebecca Kocsis “Now Peter and John were going up to the temple at the ninth hour, the hour of prayer. And a man who had been lame from his mother’s womb was being carried along, whom they used to set down every day at the gate of the temple which is called...

Encountering Poverty

by Lynn Phillips, Poverty Encounter at Children’s Hunger Fund Have you ever heard your children say, “I’m starving,” “there’s nothing to eat,” or “I don’t like this meal!”? Do you wish your children had a greater appreciation for what they have? As a homeschool mother...

Multi-Age Home Education

by Christina Rivera A woman once told me that raising more than one child was not much more effort than raising a single child in that if she were already making a sandwich, why not make five? It is true with parenting and it is true with home education. You have...

Safe Streaming Across Devices

by Leah Nieman Streaming movies, TV shows, and other videos is a popular activity for a lot of kids nowadays. If your family enjoys streaming media, you’re probably aware of how susceptible kids are to inappropriate or unsafe content. Today’s technology gives us...

Homeschooling Through the Holidays

by Becky Slamer “They celebrate your abundant goodness and joyfully sing of your righteousness.” – Psalm 145:7 Creating an atmosphere of celebration in our homes is a powerful testimony to our loved ones inside our walls and to a hurting world outside. Sally...