POST PUBLISHED INMarch, 2012
March 31st, 201206:02 PM ETNavigating the strange, sometimes treacherous, landscape from dream-land to wide-awake world is one of the biggest leaps of the day but certainly not the most important. I may not be wrong in suspecting that someone sneakily wound up the clock of the universe a little too tight and thus the days, the hours, the minutes of a normal d...
March 29th, 201210:11 AM ETStewardship is one of those words that is undervalued but over used. Our world is entrusted to us by God for a specific time for a high purpose. Our society often thinks we have a "right" to good things as well as comfortable things and the reality of sacrificial love does not sell well. For example - we do not own our children but rather th...
March 27th, 201210:26 AM ETDo you wonder sometimes what it is that inspires our children? What motivates them? I have often wondered and I have come to the conclusion that they are motivated by many of the same things as I am - they want to feel loved, accepted and even more often they want to be great at something. They want to be recognized as us...
March 24th, 201211:36 AM ETIt does not take a great deal of penetrating insight to see that our society loves good stories. Why is that? I think in large part it is because the imagination can go to such wonderous places - far away and long ago - and as Tolkien once said so very well "...the myths woven by us, though they contain error, w...
March 22nd, 201204:55 PM ETI am a wife, a home-maker, a homeschooling mother of eight children and an author and I am probably not alone when I surmise that we live in troubled times. Over the years I have had the pleasure and honor of introducing my children to some of the greatest literature that the world has to offer. As a famil...
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