Every Day with God: 365 VeggieTales Devos

I’m always happy to discover new devotionals to help my kids grow in faith. After all, training them to have time every day with God now will help them grow into mature believers sooner rather than later or not at all. (I received a complimentary copy of this title for review; see[Read more]

The Love Letters Series: Holiday Books for Christian Kids

It can be tough to find holiday books for my kids that are respectful to our Christian worldview. What’s even tougher is finding books that explain current holiday traditions and the root of those traditions through the lens of our worldview. I received a complimentary copy of these titles for[Read more]

Planting Missional Churches: Starting Churches that Multiply

The idea of planting missional churches is something I can get behind, both as a pastor’s wife and as a Christ-follower. Church planting, however, isn’t my area of experience because we’ve always served long-established churches. I received a complimentary copy of this title for review purposes. See disclosure for details. In fact,[Read more]

Having Fun with 3D Pens for Kids

Having Fun with 3D Pens for Kids

We began experimenting with 3D art earlier this year, so we’ve known for a while now just how fun this medium can be. You can imagine how excited my kids were to have more fun with 3D art, but this time by using 3D pens for kids! *I received a[Read more]

Critical Thinking with Gifted Language Arts

Have you ever wondered if a gifted language arts curriculum could be a good fit for your homeschool even if your kids aren’t necessarily gifted? I found myself wondering the same thing recently and I’m excited to tell you what I’ve learned. *I received a complimentary Autobiographies and Memoirs unit for[Read more]

Homeschooling Pre-Algebra & Beyond

Homeschool Math: Pre-Algebra and Beyond with Mr. D Math

Something about homeschool and high school math seems unthinkable to many people. All homeschool parents aren’t math rockstars, but it’s pretty ridiculous that one of the biggest arguments against homeschooling is the possibility that our kids won’t have a chance to excel in the upper levels of math. What the naysayers[Read more]