When God Calls Your Child’s Name

Meet Austin. This blonde-haired, blue-eyed boy is just five years old. Last year, his grandma bought him a special gift. She handed Little Love Letters from God to him, and although he held it and smiled for the camera, he wasn’t really all … Continue reading

Make a Drawstring Book Bag

Last Saturday we began planning a Read, Write, and Sew Camp for preteen girls. Having a camp is a great way to give girls an opportunity to be creative and to explore a Christian book together. Let’s talk about making a … Continue reading

Make Reading A Family Adventure

Farmers and gardeners know you cannot make a plant grow. . . the plant grows itself. What you can do is provide the conditions for growth. (Creating the Conditions for Student Motivation, Ferlazzo) … Continue reading

Read, Write, and Sew Camp

Summer is just around the corner! Parents are busy helping their kids find just the right activities for the months off school. Why not plan an at-home camp to read, write, and sew? … Continue reading

Anne of Green Gables Party

My daughter, Jessica, just finished reading Anne of Green Gables as a bedtime story to her children. Her six-year-old daughter, Lilly, especially liked it. Lilly has six brothers and a baby sister, Lucy. When I mentioned that we had the … Continue reading