About

I suppose this page could contain any number of things about myself; I am married, I have four children whom I homeschool, and I like research and organization. While any of those might tell you the facts, they won’t tell who I am or why I do what I do. So…

Who am I? I am a young lady whose heart is to serve the Lord with all of my being in the role I play as a wife, mother, and teacher; to live my life to bring Him glory and honor while being a helpmeet to my husband and while preparing my children to be adults who will walk in God’s truth; that my life might be a blessing to those around me and further His kingdom.

My heart is that while reading my blog you would further your relationship with Him and that He would use this blog to help you accomplish that to which He has called you, whether it’s homeschooling, being a mom, being a wife, or just being a daughter of the King. May this blog bless you and better equip you in your service to our God and Savior.

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287 thoughts on “About

  1. I saw you “liked ” a post from my blog. I’m blogging again after a break (and having two more kiddos) . I shut down my previous blog. Thx for stopping by 🙂 blessings, Elise Mae

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  2. Thanks for taking the time to read one of my posts. I am enjoying perusing your blog as a result. I have taught for what seems like all my life in public school. Recently moved out of state and after a year of being a SAHM I have happened upon two great children who I am homeschooling the language arts portion of their day. Teaching with passion and purpose is my life… and I can see the we may just become fast virtual friends based on our mutual love for all things organization and structure, homeschooling, and our Savior! Read and write on!

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    • Wow! I am new to the blogging world and I am excited that there are other ladies out there who want to talk about the same things I blog about. We do serve an amazing God that we just have to brag about. Home school has so many open ended conversations. Mommas sharing stories and caring for one another is powerful. I look forward to reading your posts!!!!

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      • Welcome to the fun world of blogging! There are tons of us who love to discuss education and helping our children better appreciate the world God has created.

        We hope to see you on here often! Thanks for stopping in. 🙂

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  3. I love your blog. I hope you don’t mind that I nominated it for One Lovely Blog Award. I want more homeschoolers to be able to see it. Have a wonderful rest of the day.

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  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog! I don’t always blog about homeschooling, but will try to every month or so in between ministry posts. I have had fun exploring your blog. Looks like we have many of the same views about teaching and faith.

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  5. Thanks for liking my post! Love your blog. I wished I can homeschool but I am not qualified as I was told I need to attend courses for homeschooling in order to be successful in homeschooling. But I will still continue teaching and guiding my little ones and your blog is a great guide for me 😉

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    • Homeschooling isn’t for everyone, we each need to pray about our choices and let the Lord lead in our homes. However, I’m not sure who told you that you weren’t qualified. You do not need to take courses in order to homeschool, I’m sure you could do it. Besides, who decides what ‘successful’ is?

      Thank you for the encouragement though. I’m blessed to know you enjoyed what you read on our blog. 🙂

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  6. You truly are an inspiration to me! 🙂 Thank you for taking the time to read my blog posts! 🙂 I only hope that someday my blog is as well written as yours…you have a way with words that amazes me. 🙂 God bless you & your beautiful family! 🙂

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  7. It is very nice to ‘meet’ you! I am so glad you happened upon a post of mine and liked it; looking forward to being encouraged by the things you have to share. Homeschooling is definitely not a one-man task – so I’ll be stopping by often for words to boost me along 🙂

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  8. Thank you so much for stopping by my Blog today. I am just preparing to start my, and my daughter’s, homeschool adventure as soon as this school year ends. (She is in public school right now and I am pulling her starting next year). I am working as hard and quickly as I can to get a viable curriculum set up and am trying to to be too nervous about the whole thing. It really was very encouraging to have someone like a post who is as experienced as you seem to be. Thanks for putting some extra wind in my sails!

    ~Anna

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    • I am so blessed to know you were encouraged.

      I’m sure you’ll find the best curriculum to meet your daughter’s needs. Trust me, we’ve all been there and experienced those moments of worry. We will be keeping your family in our thoughts and prayers as you start this new adventure!

      Keep us posted on how things progress. 🙂

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  9. Thanks for reading my blog. I just started my blog this week. It led me to yours & I enjoyed reading your posts. I’ll keep visiting. I liked you on fb as well. You can find me on fb too under A Moxie Mom, or a link from my blog 🙂

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  10. Thanks so much for checking in over at my blog and liking some of my posts. I really appreciate it. I hope that you found them helpful in some way. I had taken a break from blogging but am now back and more getting more focused with it. Blessings!

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  11. God’s richest blessings to you and your family. I noticed you have followed my blog and a few of my posts. I have added your blog to my follows and reading schedule. May God grant you courage and abundant joy in your endeavors…I know with my wife–our son would not be the great young man he is becoming. I am very big on encouraging moms and dads to be leaders in the homeschool environment–not just passive providers of funds.

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  12. Thanks for reading and liking my post. It is an encouraging for me since it’s my first time blogging and first time posting. What a lovely family you have! God bless you and have a wonderful day 🙂

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  13. I would like to thank you, from the bottom of my heart. As a novice homeschooler and also a novice blogger it is very encouraging to see you visiting and liking my blog so often. I may sound really confident but I am really on unsure footing with pulling my daughter from public school and having to work full time while homeschooling. Every time you hit the “like” button it is almost like that is my permission to know that I am on the right track!!! Thank you so much for the support.

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  14. I saw you “Liked” a couple of my posts. Thank you so much for taking the time to read. I am new and really green when it comes to blogging and the cyberworld. I am trying to follow God’s call on my life with homeschooling and everything else and your blog is great encouragement!

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  15. Thanks for stopping by my blog. I was so glad to see your visit as I already follow your blog and feel like we’re friends :-). I’ve been homeschooling for 15 years and have two who have graduated and two little ones so I have a long time to go :-). Your family is beautiful and you seem to be doing an amazing job. Perhaps sometime we’ll run into each other at a homeschool conference. Blessings on your journey.

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  16. Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and liking some of my posts. I am a newbie in the blogging world.. I enjoyed reading the posts and love your heart and desire to use this blog to further the kingdom of Christ. Many blessings!

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  17. Hi, I’ve attempted to use the above email address to contact you. However it bounces me back, it is probably on my end. I am really enjoying your content, in fact one of the posts I read really inspired me. Id like to link to it, if I ever get it written, would that be ok?
    Thanks again!

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  18. Thanks for liking my recent photography post / poem. Did you notice the little surprise I put in the last photo? It’s something I think you would appreciate. Look at the sun in the last photo with your screen at a slight angle, and you should be able to see it.

    It works on my computer, anyway. I’m just curious if other people can see it on their screens. 🙂

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  19. Saw your post about Kiddle. You should also take a look at KidzSearch.com, which has been keeping kids safe online for over 10 years and is used in many schools. It is similar to Kiddle, but has more features.

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  20. Planning on maybe homeschooling in the near future here too. Mine is not even 2 years old yet but I like reading homeschool experiences! Sounds like homeschooling is working great for your family!

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  21. Hi! Thank you for recently liking one of my blog posts! I’ve really enjoyed looking at your blog! I’ve only been blogging for almost two months. I hope mine can be as good and full of helpful material as yours one day!
    Blessings,
    Joy from joyfulmomof8.wordpress.com

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  22. Hello! Thank you so much for taking the time to look at my new blog and like it! I really appreciate the support you show to everyone, and I was so excited to see the posts you have written. You have a wonderful writing style, and though our homeschool is secular, I really identify with all the things you write about and the kindness and warmth you share with all. I am really looking forward to following all your words of wisdom!

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