3 Reasons to Teach Your Kids the Nicene Creed

3 Reasons to Teach Your Kids the Nicene Creed

The Nicene Creed is the most widely used profession of faith in church liturgies and statements of faith around the world. The Creed, as we currently have it, is the result of two church councils: the First Council of Nicaea (AD 325) and the First Council of Constantinople (AD 381). Some in the church see no value in church councils—they espouse "No Creed but … [Read more...]

Basic Essential Oils Toolbox for Moms

Essential Oils: 7 Oils Your Family Needs to Have on Hand

Are you curious about essential oils but don't know where to start? Trying to decide which oils to buy without breaking the bank? Here's a simple toolbox you can print out and use for reference. We've included the top seven oil singles and blends to buy based on their versatility and function. Then find out how to use them to treat seven common ailments in children … [Read more...]

Confessions of an Uptight Homeschooler

When the weather is fine

I was all prepared to sit down and write this article focusing on creating the perfect homeschooling schedule for your family. I had to do a lot of research to prepare for homeschooling this coming fall. But something came to my attention and I changed my mind about this article. I think most homeschool days could stand for a little freedom. Especially in this … [Read more...]

Get Equipped: A Homeschool Giveaway ($600 in Prizes)

Get Equipped! Homeschool Giveaway - 10 winners, $600+ in prizes. Ends

Attention homeschoolers! Looking for resources, encouragement, and training for next school year? This giveaway has some great resources to get you started. We're giving away $600 in prizes. 8 Winners Will Get... A live stream pass to the Family Discipleship and Homeschooling Conference (worth $29.95) Two year-long handwriting workbooks—print and cursive—that … [Read more...]

Homeschooling Philosophies and Methods: Montessori

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I first heard the term Montessori about 30 years ago when I attended a Montessori preschool as an eager-to-learn toddler. I have great memories of my time in preschool and associated the name Montessori with "fun." When I began looking into preschool for our oldest, the term Montessori kept coming up. I really liked the philosophy but it seemed very overwhelming with all … [Read more...]