When faced with the success of home schools and the profound privilege to educate one’s own child, some parents become interested in the possibility of home education. But what are the everyday nuts and bolts? How do you do it? Sonja Corbitt answers some of the most Frequently Asked Questions regarding home schooling in this first installment of a two-part series.
Browsing: For Your Family
Why bother memorizing scripture? Abbey Dupuy share her family’s reasons and some tips for getting started.
Tanya Weitzel reviews “When Calls the Heart: Troubled Hearts” DVD, part of a series based on Janette Oke’s novels.
Maribel Nova reflects on Luke’s Gospel account of Jesus’ miracle of the loaves and fishes, sharing how this story of God’s abundance inspires her to trust in God’s grace to create abundance for others through her humble acts of service to those she encounters.
What was the best present you ever received–the one you will remember forever? Many years ago Ellen Mongan and husband decided to give the gift of presence instead of presents to their growing family for Christmas. It was the best present ever! What gift can you give that will last a lifetime?
When you can’t attend World Youth Day in Poland, you can still make a local pilgrimage! Mary Lou Rosien details the highlights of her diocese’s local WYD event.
Already dreaming about the cooler fall weather and sense of order that back-to-school time brings? So’s Meg Matenaer! Here she shares a recipe for a crowd-pleasing macaroni and cheese sandwich that’s a snap to prepare, perfect for busy fall evenings.