I received 52 Commands of Jesus in exchange for my honest and open review. This review comes from the viewpoint of a mom, grandmother, and a Children’s Ministry director of 25 years. Enter to win a copy of this book at the end of this post. 52 Commands of Jesus for Children “52… Continue reading Book Review & Giveaway ~ 52 Commands of Jesus For Children
I decided to stir up a batch of cookies today. I used a recipe from our favorite gluten free cookbook, How Can it Be Gluten Free. I was reading over the instructions because it had been a while since I had made them when I came across this note: RESTING TIME Resting the… Continue reading Rest Makes Less Stress
My daughter, Mikaela has been working on building up her music repertoire. She has performed around town several times and she is really getting quite good. (Yeah, I know that’s what every parent says). Anyway, thought I would try to help boost her following by encouraging you to go check out her latest song, Amnesia… Continue reading Amnesia
Never got around to posting Mikaela’s graduation. So here we go … http://www.quickgallery.com/embed/3/b/kd4g9o09q8c8wwgoo0ck8cw/38399.htmlPhoto Gallery by QuickGallery.com
Our daughter, Mikaela, is a home school senior. She has just a few weeks left ’til graduation. She is an amazing young lady who can do anything she puts her mind to. She taught herself to play guitar. She’s been leading worship for the teens for over three years and has been helping on Sunday… Continue reading Mikaela at the Spring Fling
It was a very special day, when we presented Mikaela to be dedicated to the Lord. She was 4 months old at the time. Michael being the pastor, we waited for a time that our District Superintendent, Dr. Fred Huff could be there. It was a beautiful service, but I have no pictures. 🙁 You… Continue reading Throwback Thursday
About 19 years ago, my husband and I were ministering in Savannah. Our church had a ladies prayer group that met once a week for prayer (obviously). One week, I was in charge and I suggested that we go from room to room, and then pew to pew and begin to pray specifically for the people that… Continue reading Prayer Changes Things!
My daughter’s Biology assignment to show the different systems in the human body using playdough
I never dreamed that I would home school my children especially all the way through high school. When the idea was brought up, I did it on a trial basis. My son was not required to be in school yet so I figured it wouldn’t hurt to try. 17 years later …. When I was… Continue reading Does God have a sense of humor or what?
originally posted April 27, 2009 Unfortunately, it seems your first child ends up being the guinea pig when you are raising your family. We managed to turn out a wonderful, responsible young son; but, I thought it might be good to share what I have learned along the way. 1) ASSESS goals for college early. When… Continue reading What I am learning about Homeschool College Prep