A Line in the Sand and a Knife in the Back: A Response to Michael Farris

| August 30, 2014

I am a second generation homeschooler. I was homeschooled beginning in the mid-80s when it was still a new frontier. We were the third family in the state of California to register as a private/home school. Shortly thereafter we moved to Alaska where I grew up in a strong homeschool community. As the oldest child […]

On Not Being a Victim

| June 24, 2014

EXCELLENT, must read post from Femina:  The word submission, on its own, holds no moral value whatsoever. Submission could be noble, submission could be treacherous. It all depends. So as we teach our daughters to “be submissive,” the ever-important question is “submissive to whom?” And the only no-fail answer to that question is “God.” We teach […]

Watch “Children Are a Blessing” for Free During the Month of April!

| April 17, 2012

Join the Moore family in this timely documentary as they briefly expose the evil history of the birth control movement on the 50th anniversary of “the pill.”  Listen as they transparently share their testimony of how God, in His grace and mercy, opened their eyes in spite of their own sinful beginning. Be encouraged as they […]

The Difference Between Obstinacy And Firmness

| October 19, 2011

The Difference Between Obstinacy And Firmness To stand by error, and the truth refuse; To close the eyes against unwelcome light; The crooked paths, through prejudice, to choose; For one’s own will, and thoughts, and ways to fight; To fear to have the sleeping conscience stirred, By letting in truth’s quick and searching ray; When […]

Through Fiery Trials

| August 9, 2011

Here is a wonderfully encouraging little message from Michelle at She Looketh Well for those of you who may be going through trials. I pray you are blessed as I was. Click here to listen.

Willful, Contentious Wives! Is it the Husband’s Fault?

| July 26, 2011

Excellent exhortation from Kathy Brodock of Teaching Good Things: It takes a much stronger women to honor her husband’s spoken and unspoken wishes than it does for a woman to blindly submit to a commander type husband. If you have a Christian marriage and your husband is faithful physically and emotionally, if he goes to […]

When Thou Liest Down…

| July 17, 2011

And thou shalt love the LORD thy God with all thine heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy might. And these words, which I command thee this day, shall be in thine heart: And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children, and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house, and […]

Motherhood Is a Calling (And Where Your Children Rank)

| July 14, 2011

 A must read. This beautful and powerful post from Rachel Jankovic  reminds us that in dying, we truly live: But a Christian should have a different paradigm. We should run to to the cross. To death. So lay down your hopes. Lay down your future. Lay down your petty annoyances. Lay down your desire to be […]

The Royalty of God

| July 14, 2011

From Jess at Making Home, a wonderful reminder of the servanthood of our Saviour and the example He set for us: A King had sent His Son to save the peasants, and not only that– that Son took “the form of a servant”. Christ– the Messiah, the hoped-for King– took the role of a humble […]

The Making of a Mother (How to Overcome Failure)

| June 16, 2011

Excellent thoughts on motherhood over at Raising Homemakers: In fact, I am prone to wake up in the middle of the night only to start rehearsing all the ways I’m letting my kids down, all the inadequacies and deficiencies, what I’m not giving them, and on and on. Until one night around 3am, as I […]