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Inspire Young Musicians to Practice Without Nagging, Bribing or Threatening

Once upon a time our sons took piano lessons. They started with a great teacher and made some good progress. When we moved cross-country we wanted them to continue playing, so we found another teacher and continued on. That scenario worked OK, but getting them to practice was becoming more of a challenge. We thought a different […]

Orphan Care . . . How Can You Care? – Part 2

Orphan Sunday – November 13, 2016   This is a continuation of a previous post.  Click on Orphan Care . . . How Can You Care – Part 1 for the first half of the list.   If you haven’t read Orphan Care . . . Why Should You Care?, please start there for a biblical […]

Orphan Care . . . How Can You Care? – Part 1

Orphan Sunday – November 13, 2016   Last week I addressed why orphan care matters.  This week I’d like to share some of the many ways you can be involved in caring for orphans. I’m not going to categorize them or list them in any particular order. Every one is legitimate.  Every one is necessary. You won’t find […]

Orphan Care . . . Why Should You Care?

Orphan Sunday – November 13, 2016 Orphan Sunday happens once a year. Do you think about them at other times? What’s the big deal?  Should you care? Why? Is their plight exploited to play on your emotions or is there a legitimate cause for compassion? Let’s look at what Scripture has to say. Five Reasons You […]

60 Homeschool Tips From 60 Years – Review

Are you a homeschooler?  Could you use some inspiration and encouragement?  Silly questions, right? Thanks to two veteran homeschool moms, you can have that right at your fingertips!  These ladies are on your side.  They’ve been in your shoes.  They know how some of your days roll, and they’re sharing their best tips in this […]