Exodus for the Homeschool Heart

Exodus for the Homeschool Heart

The book of Exodus has been showing up a lot for me recently.  Between my personal Bible study, sermons I’ve heard, books I’m reading, and discussions with my husband, I can’t seem to get Exodus and the children of Israel off of my mind. All of my time in Exodus[Read more]

My Favorite Posts from 2015

Life at the Table ~ My Favorite Posts from 2015

My first year of blogging is in the books and, friend, I’ve got lots of gratitude for all that’s happened here this year. I’m looking back and feeling all kinds of blessed right now.  While I’ve still got work to do, for now I’m reflecting on my first year and surveying[Read more]

Galatians for the Homeschool Heart

Galatians for the Homeschool Heart - Our worth is not found in how others view our choice to homeschool.

I’m often amazed by the way that God uses Bible passages I’ve read over and over again to speak new things to me.  This look at Galatians is exactly the kind of thing I’m talking about. Although Galatians was the Apostle Paul’s letter to the people of Galatia, I’ve always[Read more]

Proverbs 31 for the Homeschool Heart:

The book of Proverbs is synonymous with wisdom.  Written by King Solomon, Proverbs is full of guidance for everyday life.  Sure, Solomon wasn’t perfect, nor was he a mother or a homeschool parent.  In fact, it’s unlikely that he had a ton of one on one time with most of his children.  (1 Kings 11[Read more]

Philippians for the Homeschool Heart

Philippians has always been one of my favorite books in the Bible.  It was written by the apostle Paul while in prison and was a letter to the people of Philippi, the first European city in which Paul preached and a place he visited several times.  He had a special relationship[Read more]