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10 Tips from the Track

10 Tips from the Track

Stay focused. Never look around you to see how others are doing. Keep the finish line clearly in view. (Philippians 3:14) Wear the right clothing. You need all of the support you can get. (Ephesians 6:10-17). Get the right inputs.…

On Conscience

On Conscience

“All the days of his separation shall he eat nothing that is made of the vine tree, from the kernels even to the husk.” Numbers 6:4…. Surely this is a lesson to the Lord’s separated ones, teaching them to come…

Doing the BIG Thing

Doing the BIG Thing

We get that call. You know, the one where we want to serve Christ with all of our heart, mind, and soul. We are ready to go. We promise to do what He wants, go where He leads, serve Him…

Is Your Home a Heaven on Earth?

Is Your Home a Heaven on Earth?

The Bible uses home life and marriage as illustrations of God’s relationship with His church, with the people who follow Him. And when you live out your God-ordained roles and fulfill your God-given assignments at home others take notice and…

Why Education Starts With the Heart

Why Education Starts With the Heart

When reading through a couple of books by favorite homeschool mentors, one thing that stood out to me is the premise at which they start. Education can mean nearly anything these days. But a true education has to begin on…

5 Bible Passages for Homeschool Moms

5 Bible Passages for Homeschool Moms

Everyone needs that go-to Scripture verse.  You know, the one that seems to speak to you throughout your entire life.  Homeschool moms may find certain verses brought to mind again and again as various challenges present themselves.  You probably already…

10 Tips: How Not to Trip

10 Tips: How Not to Trip

Walk humbly (Micah 6:8). It is when we get too high and cannot clearly see the path ahead of us that we are more likely to trip. Don’t expect perfection.  Perfectionists tend to walk a tightrope making it all too…

Avoiding Pharisaism

Avoiding Pharisaism

The things that people do would look so different to us if we only understood the reasons for their actions, nor would we blame them so much for their faults if we knew all the circumstances of their lives.  Even…

Compassion Begins at Home

Compassion Begins at Home

It is good that there are places we can go to invest our resources in Christ’s name. That there are opportunities to reach those who really and so obviously need our help.  And, it is also right and good that…

Sowing and Reaping

Sowing and Reaping

Sowing takes time, consistency and diligence. It takes time to plant the seeds of faith, to cultivate good habits in our children, to foster a relationship with our children, to build learning on a strong foundation — precept upon precept.…

Making Scripture Study a Priority

Making Scripture Study a Priority

As a new year begins, we find ourselves very involved.  New books, new schedules, and new routines all demand our attention and we find ourselves finding our way … and losing our focus. Keeping the first thing the first thing…

Out of the Heart

Out of the Heart

What you are is what you are when no one is looking.   It is evident by The extra effort you put in when no one will notice. The energy you spend to do it right, when you are the only…