Anointed with Oil.

When you think of being anointed with oil, what do you think of? Like me, do you first think of being empowered by the Holy Spirit for something? What does being anointed by the Holy Spirit even mean? In one of the most famous and most quoted Psalms, The Shepherd Psalm, David speaks in the... Continue Reading →

5 Reasons to Enroll Your Child in After School Activities.

Happy Tuesday! Did you know that today is the beginning of a Biblical New Year? I actually did not know this until this morning. I guess today is the perfect day to begin our study of the Book of John, then, huh? Today is also a good day to think about extra curricular activities for... Continue Reading →

With Your Sword. With Your Hand.

Today I want to bring you some insight from a passage in Psalm 17. Before I do, I want to remind us of a very known bible verse that we constantly quote. It's the one from Ephesians 6 and I love how the CJB versions puts it. For we are not struggling against human beings,... Continue Reading →

Our Homeschool Experience

I am SO excited to have my first ever guest post. Katy is a good friend of mine, a fellow dance and homeschool mom. She is my go-to when I have questions about anything homeschool related or when I need to geek out about our common interests. She is honestly my role model when it... Continue Reading →

A Flexible Homeschool Schedule.

When we first began homeschooling, I bought an undated teacher planner. I wrote down every subject in the curriculum workbook plus our extracurriculars. I even have a space for anything extra we might do, like watching a documentary. I don't plan our school year out all at once, instead I plan week-by-week. That may seem... Continue Reading →

7 Ways to Educate Outside of Schoolbooks.

Do you remember how exciting field trip days were? A day of not sitting at a boring desk, reading out of the same material, shuffling from class to class, just going through the mundane monotony. Believe it or not, sometimes homeschooling can feel the same way. Thankfully it doesn't have to be all school books... Continue Reading →

The Freedom of Homeschooling

I first wrote this post in September 2020. Not much has changed since our first year of homeschooling, including my opinion. We have found great new materials to use and we've brought Isbe in with her very own workbooks (per her request, of course). This year, I'll even be doing some homeschooling myself, as I... Continue Reading →

July Reads and Reviews.

Happy Friday! I can't believe July is basically over already. What are you looking forward to next month? We will be picking up our school year again after the month long break we had. You would think with a month long break I would've read more books than I did, but I got a little... Continue Reading →

What’s in a Name?

Among these were Daniel, Hananiah, Mishael, and Azariah of the tribe of Judah. And the chief of the eunuchs gave them names: Daniel he called Belteshazzar, Hananiah he called Shadrach, Mishael he called Meshach, and Azariah he called Abednego.Daniel 1:6-7 ESV Nebuchadnezzer brought these youths into his fold. He tok them from their suffering (the... Continue Reading →

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