How Do I Know if Our Homeschool is Enough?

Have you ever had one of those days—or entire seasons—when doubt seems to have taken over your homeschool? As time goes on, you begin to realize that there is no...

Pumpkin Dump Cake

With pumpkin spice everywhere and in everything, I begin to crave something that actually has pumpkin to go along with all that spice. Enjoy this easy dessert that will...

See You at the Pole: Over 3 Million Students Expected to Meet for Prayer

See You at the Pole (SYATP) is an annual meeting for public prayer held on the fourth Wednesday in September in which Christian students from elementary school to college level...

Chicken and Gravy

As far as I am concerned after Labor Day has passed, fall has begun. Here is a recipe that is so easy and will give you a taste of...

Lauren Daigle “How Can It Be” Album Review

Lauren Daigle has certainly made a name for herself in the music industry. A native to Louisiana, Daigle has experienced pain and hardships first hand at a young age after...

Stop, Rewind, Start Over: When Homeschool Moms Mess Up

Did you ever have one of those days? You wake up in the morning filled with excitement about what your homeschool will look like, and everything goes wrong.

Stop, Rewind, Start Over: When Homeschool Moms Mess Up

Did you ever have one of those days? You wake up in the morning filled with excitement about what your homeschool will look like, and everything goes wrong. First, the...

“Extraordinary” Movie – One Night Event, September 7

Encapsulated inside the blood of every man is a desire to run. We are conforming to our nature when we push ourselves past established boundaries. We must run far, and we must run hard.

I’ll Push You: A Journey of Friendship, Community and Faith

Justin Skeesuck and Patrick Gray are lifelong friends who came to share their journey and lessons learned about friendship, community, and faith to the people of High Desert Church...

Homeschoolers: 10 Books that Will Change the Way You Look at Learning

Sometimes it can be extremely hard to rid ourselves of an accepted concept that not only we grew up with, but so did our parents, grandparents, and, sometimes, our...