3 ways to teach your kids a Biblical worldview surrounding the war in Ukraine

We are not born with a Biblical worldview. We are born with a sinful view.  Example: If one child is given 4 toys and the other is given 6 toys, the…


Fulfilling the Great Commission at home

The parting words of Jesus in the gospel of Matthew carry significant weight, “Go and make disciples” (Matt 28:19). This simple command, known as the…


How to make an annual family memory box

Before I had children old enough to even understand what we were doing, a wise momma suggested this idea of keeping a memory box each year. It’s…


Discipling and sowing seeds of faith with toddlers

Trying to do anything intentional with a two-year-old can feel a bit like walking with them on roller skates, pulling them along while they try to…


From a college freshman to a high school freshman: 9 solid pieces of advice

The college domino effect started a few years ago in our house. With five kids, we knew it loomed on the horizon since the days when they were little…


Should I send my kid to private school?

Choosing which type of formal education for our children hasn’t been easy. As a teacher, the cons of the different systems have typically spoken the…


Why should I homeschool?

When others hear that we chose to switch from public school to homeschooling pre-COVID-19 (literally months before), I receive lots of questions.…


Why I chose to put my kids in public school

Months before we got married and years before we became parents, my husband and I sat down and discussed where we would send our hypothetical…


Schooling options: Preferences rather than requirements

I sat in a student missions training seminar about 6 months ago. What we were facing that week consisted of sleeping on floors, engaging refugee…