Getting Back on Track

I’m only a month behind schedule with this hymn study guide, but considering what our family has been up to the last while, I’d have to say I’m not feeling too badly about that. It has been a busy season! After PJ returned from being away for thirteen weeks last fall, we moved from Prince … Continue reading Getting Back on Track

Hard Lessons Whispered to a Hard Head

God keeps circling me back to the topic of submission over and over and over again.  Maybe it’s because my INTJ self (sometimes known as the “architect” personality type) has a hard time with authority.  Being among the rarest personalities, and even rarer for a woman (only 0.8% of the population), it can feel a bit lonely … Continue reading Hard Lessons Whispered to a Hard Head

Finding Comfort in the Uncomfortable

When Pharaoh let the people go, God did not lead them along the road to the land of the Philistines, even though it was nearby; for God said, “The people will change their minds and return to Egypt if they face war.” So he led the people around toward the Red Sea along the road … Continue reading Finding Comfort in the Uncomfortable

A Call to Worship & Attention

The Saviour of the World, in casual way,Drops words of our Salvation, links of chainLet down to draw us from that nether hellWhich is but our own self to itself left;“To believe is to be saved, but ye must will;”“I will,” we cry, and haste to make resolve,Spin ropes of sand can bear no work-day … Continue reading A Call to Worship & Attention

No homeschool “recipe” works without this one ingredient!

Last week we read a story about a little boy who loved flowers. It was part of Belle’s assigned readings for AO year 3, which means I’ve read it before when my older girls were going through year 3. And I remembered that that very story had inspired me to write a blog post a … Continue reading No homeschool “recipe” works without this one ingredient!