Raising Disciples

As a Christian, anytime the word “home” is mentioned, I tend to think long-term, as in our heavenly “home”. But what do we do with the time we’ve been given right now? What should our earthly home look like? As my friends and siblings are beginning their own families, I fondly remember the home I…

A Home for the Uprooted

Home is sewn into the seams of my suitcase –   Caught up in the fragments of childhood memories Where I can’t place the country or state, let alone the date; But I remember who was there   Home is in the beauty of silver-tipped mountains And sweeping red canyons; Where snow sneaks in for…

Longing for Home

With the advent of a new school year, I’ve been thinking about what home means and especially what it means for my daughter when she returns from school. I want our home to always be that safe haven for her, a place where she feels secure, and a place where she ALWAYS feels she belongs….

The Curriculum of Character

I found myself heavily contemplating less formal curriculum questions as I spent the last month of summer preparing for the start of our fourth year of home education with our four children.  Many questions I had centered around the core concept of “Who are we in this home?” Also, “Who and what do we serve…

The Journey Home

Author: Jessica Stinson Recently, I was sitting in a coffee shop with a friend.  We got to talking about Romans 8:28. We acknowledged it is easy for us to think when it says “all things work together for good,” it means good for us, but a lot of the time, good for us is not…

Finding Home

Author: Karly Grant What do Chris Daughtry, Macaulay Culkin, Bowflex, and The Bible have in common? They all, in varying ways, have used their platform to influence our culture’s ideas about home. What is this vague, yet familiar idea of “home” that we all use in our daily lives, yet have a hard time defining?…

He Makes Things Beautiful

My husband and I are expecting our third child, a daughter, at the beginning of April. The state of my house indicates that clearly I have reached the third trimester. The cupboards are gutted and rearranged. Things that probably don’t need cleaning are cleaned. My seeking to add beauty to our final baby’s room has…

Anchored Printables Are Here: Gutsy and Gentle

Who likes free gifts and prayers worth praying for the next generation of women? For yourself? Our wonderful contributor, Sarah Dohman, is creating a free printable for our readers once a month for all of 2017. You don’t want to miss the opportunity to put this beautiful artwork on your walls. Make sure to follow…