What are you going to do with what you have?

Death of the Firstborn (Exodus 12:29) Art by Clairesse Mirgon Everyone is responsible to make their own choice to answer the question, “What are you going to do with what you have?” My answer will most likely not be the same as yours. Each…

Palm Sunday, Passover, HOlocaust and Easter

This week I am mindful of the calendar as I have so many things to celebrate and remember this week. Palm Sunday, Passover and the Feast of Unleavened Bread, Holocaust Remembrance Day and the lives of good people worth learning about like Margaret Thatcher….

Compassion‚Äč’s Hope

“Compassion, Mercy, Grace, what we want to see on our LORD’s face. As we go through each day He gives, may we rejoice that our Savior lives! Challenges each and all much face. Some we choose, others we must embrace. leisure, and school, let…

Homeschooling Suddenly?

Homeschooling means you do things at home that you would do everyday and you do it with your children.¬† It is not as hard as some people think. I started working with Homeschooling families in 1984 when they needed certified teachers to supervise families…

Car crashes and God’s Redirection

Auto accidents are no fun. They are never convenient nor can they be planned for.  We got the call as we left Moses Lake and Fiddle Camp that our son was in a car accident. We were hours away and he sounded confused and…

Family Rules or Code of Conduct

The Fourth of July found us at our annual family reunion. I am grateful for the fore thought of my grandparents who instilled a love of camping and gathering people together. Hospitality is a core family value. Hospitality that welcomes people and includes them…