Monthly Archives: July 2016

Extra Spelling Help with this Old Book

Today I ordered The American Spelling Book by Noah Webster.  We have been using McGuffey’s Spelling Book along with the readers.  My student requires more help with spelling, so we are going to give this a try.  There are many … Continue reading

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Ladies Tea Transforming Exhortation

“Do not be conformed to this world, but be transformed by the renewal of your mind,” (Romans 12:1-2) Cultural transformation begins with the individual.  It begins with the Bible and applying/living by the truths of God’s word.  At a recent … Continue reading

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“Why Can’t We Have a One World Government?” Ryan (8 years old)

A 3rd grade public school student asked me this question.  My first thought was “tyranny”, but I needed to give this child a reasonable answer.  I paraphrased a quote by Ron Paul, “Freedom is not defined by safety. Freedom is … Continue reading

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No Knead Amish Harvest Blend Sourdough Bread

This bread is simple and delicious.  I make two loaves once a week for my family.  I made a sour dough starter a few years ago.  I “feed it” when I make my loaves.  The mason jar is pictured in … Continue reading

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