Tag: children

  • 5 Resources to Celebrate Poetry for Kids!

    5 Resources to Celebrate Poetry for Kids!

    In my best attempt to be a Proverbs 31 woman, I’ve discovered my wisdom, strength and dignity comes in words of whimsy. And Poetry. My linen garments happen to be words. Below, I’ll share a DEAL, valued at $21, on a fabulous new way to learn poetry for kids, and other poetry resources! [Tweet “Did…

  • Praying for Persecuted Christians

    Right now, when we think about persecuted Christians, surely the terror happening in the Iraq & Syria comes to mind. Christian children being slaughtered in front of their parents refusing to denounce their faith. Families fleeing into the deserts, leaving everything they’ve known for the name of Jesus. It’s unfathomable to us here in America.…

  • Finding our Calling and Purpose in Homeschool- Prayer Call #9

    All over the world, people are searching to find their calling, or purpose. In our homeschools, it’s no different. On last night’s prayer call, we went global as I’m joined by Katie & Tap Hornor, missionaries to Mexico, authors, and founders of Paradise Praises and the Lemonhass Spanish homeschool curriculum. Listen in tonight as we…

  • Ambassadors of Christ! May our homes be embassies for God’s Kingdom!

    When the vision for these eleven nights of prayer began to come together, the first person I asked to co-lead was tonight’s guest, Ann Dunagan, author of The Mission Minded Family. Throughout the past year, Ann and I have become dear friends, and her heart for the lost and world missions is ever-growing and shines…

  • Team Spirit in Homeschool- Be encouraged, Leaders! Prayer call #7

    There is much to be said and accomplished from having a good coach. Every champion has a coach. In business, in life, in sports. I once read a book called¬†Jesus, Life Coach.¬†I do my best to keep Him mine. But tonight on the call, I was honored to welcome Coach Rick Andreassen, founder of Saints…