Tea Time Tuesday

| April 19, 2011

…in which we take the occasional Tuesday to reflect on the delightfulness of tea: Mrs. Morecraft shares some lovely pictures and recipes in her Online “Welcome Spring” Tea Party Mrs. Lydia Sherman shares both inspirational and practical thoughts on tea time in The Importance of Having Tea Raising Homemakers has a helpful post on Homemaking, […]

Quote of the Week ~ April 5, 2011

| April 5, 2011

“A woman is seen in her most sacred and dignified character as wife and mother. She has great influence over the character of individuals, over the condition of families, and over the destinies of empires. It is a fact that many of the noblest patriots, our most profound scholars, and our holiest ministers, were stimulated […]

Starting Seedlings

| April 5, 2011

Guest Post by Mrs. Tammy Wakefield I am by no means a professional when it comes to gardening. I do enjoy attempting to grow my own veggies, herbs, and cutting flowers, though. Nothing beats the simple pleasure of bringing in something delicious, beautiful, or useful from your own garden! I live in Maine, so my herb […]

Home Educating in Biblical Truth

| April 5, 2011

Though this  is a review from Lee Ann Garfias  of the concerning book “Telling God’s Story: A Parents’ Guide to Teaching the Bible” by Peter Enns, it is also an excellent, detailed article on the vital importance of teaching the Bible to our children from the very beginning. The most important subject in home education is Bible.  Training our children […]

Susan Wise Bauer, “Why Paul Would Have Flunked Hermeneutics”

| April 5, 2011

This is an important article to read as Susan Wise Bauer is a leader in the Christian homeschool community and her books are widely sold and used by many, many families. I have used and appreciated some of her materials, including the phonics book published by her company. What she states in the article quoted in […]