The fear of man bringeth a snare: but whoso putteth his trust in the LORD shall be safe. Prov 29:25 (KJV) Whenever Scripture draws the line for us, between godly and ungodly fear, the fear of man is presented as the opposite of the fear of God. There is no Scriptural way around it; theContinue reading “Fear of Man”
Note: You will find this article pirated on the Internet. However, it is mine. OK, it has finally hit you: Suddenly you understand why that other home school mom used to be so self-doubting … She had a toddler in her home. Now, your turn has come and, whew, can it be a challenge! YouContinue reading “What to Do with Toddlers: Try D.E.S.I.R.E!”
He served in the Army, bought a house on the G.I. Bill, raised five kids, worked hard at Kuhlman’s Plastics to provide you with laundry baskets and us with something to eat, gave us airplane rides on his feet, built three rooms and a basement onto our house when we grew too large for whatContinue reading “My Dad”
… Where I share how I could’ve done better… You know how people often promote their blog sites by asking readers questions? The idea is that a question forces the mind to be more engaged, you know, and readers love answering questions. Well, Canadian Danny Iny takes it one further and asks his readers to come upContinue reading “Nervous Yet?”
“Did you notice?” I asked my husband that question recently, and he just nodded. We were watching an adult who acted just like a little spoiled child. Ever seen that? And how it’s harming us all? Sure you have! And there’s a remedy for it, an easy remedy. And you can play your part. We see soContinue reading “You’re Teaching Adults, Did You Know?”
Tensing, and persuading herself it was coincidence, she began weaving through traffic, checking her rear view mirror.