Read before you send your last child off!
The powers-that-be have just dragged her from the bed of a man to whom she is not married. Perhaps all she is wearing is a bedsheet. Perhaps he is one of the powers-that-be. Nevertheless, there she stands, exposed, before her authorities. They do not care about her. They do not care about right or wrong.Continue reading “Wrapped in Nothing But a Bedsheet?”
Join me today as I’m guesting for Arkansas Women Bloggers, where I tell a tale of two fostering events. You’ll understand more about the risks, once you’ve read it. ❤
Okay, how about a look at what success in home schooling really IS? The first axiom is: The commitment is to your child, in obedience to the Lord. Forget excuses about having tried; it is about your child and God. It is a sober-minded decision to do the right thing with the children He hasContinue reading “Do NOT Try Homeschool – Part 3”
If “trying” really means aiming at success, then, how to succeed really is the question. Let’s consider some of the sayings that belong to real success in home schooling. You may be surprised. First, we do not want to do what some moms do, which is merely to take a stab at it. For these moms,Continue reading “Do NOT Try Homeschooling. Part 2”
I often get asked about the one piece of advice I would give to all home schoolers. Probably folks want some type of motto that fits all situations and clears the air about many problems. I have thought and thought about this, and—for now, anyway—I think the best I can do is to say: “DOContinue reading “Do NOT Try Homeschooling.”
That’s twenty billion. Dollars. And that’s per year. Every year. We can do this and even more, one family at a time. You, yourself, can save the U.S.$130,000 over the next 12 or so years. All by yourself. How? By homeschooling just one child. A cool $20,000,000,000 (TWENTY BILLION) is what homeschoolers are already savingContinue reading “Help Me Save the U.S. Taxpayers $20,000,000,000”