In the Spotlight: Podcasts That Inform, Intrigue, and Inspire

It’s hard to believe there was a time when podcasts were not a part of my life, because now they comprise a big part of my education and entertainment, and “my shows” ...

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Quotable // from Craig Groeschel

“In ten years, we will each look in the mirror, and someone will stare back. That person will be shaped by the thoughts of today.” – Craig Groeschel ...

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Homeschooling First Grade: Our Game Plan for This Year

As a homeschooling mom, I’m always interested in seeing what my fellow homeschoolers are up to: What curriculum are they using? How are they structuring their days? Where are their kids getting ...

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September 2021 Quick Lit {Fiction}

I had a little more diversity than usual with my fiction this month. I continued my thriller trend, but also added in some historical fiction, a novella, YA and children’s lit, and ...

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Quotable // from Rainer Maria Rilke

“Perhaps all the dragons in our lives are princesses who are only waiting to see us act, just once, with beauty and courage. Perhaps everything that frightens us is, in its deepest ...

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God’s Marvelous Grace {Titus 2:11-14}

I spend a lot of time thinking, reading, learning, and—yes—writing about the Enneagram. It’s not just because I’m fascinated with personality models (though I am). It’s also not because it’s currently very ...

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September 2021 Quick Lit {Nonfiction}

It’s book review day! I hope you have your TBR lists ready, because I’ve got some great books to share with you today. Let’s get right to the reviews. Art and Faith: ...

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Quotable // from Luke Norsworthy

“Eugene Peterson paraphrases the verse of the Beatitudes commonly translated ‘Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven’ in this way: ‘You’re blessed when you’re at the ...

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What I Learned This Summer . . . On Faith, Life, and Being a Mom

I don’t think this summer played out quite like any of us expected. Just as “things” in our nation seemed to be settling down, they’ve begun to ramp back up again. From ...

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Lately // August 2021

This August was all about wrapping up a fun and low-key summer and easing into our school year. Our days have been filled with the types of simple pleasures this mama lives ...

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