Today is the final day of my series of blog posts sharing about children in Uganda who are in need of sponsors. I have one more to share with you today. If you’d like to learn more about the other children I’ve shared about this week, and my compelling reasons for sharing about them,  please… [Continue Reading]

pity and compassion

Welcome back friends. If you’ve been following along this week, you know I’ve been sharing about how you can sponsor a child in Uganda through Future Hope Ministries, a ministry started by our pediatrician, Dr. Laura White, and her family.  Earlier this week, I introduced you to Praise, Gift, and Jovin and Jonah. I want… [Continue Reading]

love

Today is day three of a 5-day series I’m writing to bring awareness to the need to sponsor children in Uganda though Future Hope Ministries. I shared earlier about Praise and Gift, two children who are still waiting. As I was learning more about the plight of street children in Uganda and other countries around… [Continue Reading]

together

Welcome back to a series featuring former street children in Uganda who are in need of sponsorship. A few weeks ago, I introduced you to Future Hope Ministries, a local ministry near my home, founded by our pediatrician, Dr. Laura White, and her family. Yesterday I shared about a sweet little girl — Praise —… [Continue Reading]

orphans

A few weeks ago, I shared about Future Hope Ministries and their ministry to some former street children in Uganda. I say former, because gratefully through the efforts of Future Hope, these kids are  being loved, nurtured, fed, educated, and taught about Jesus by Save Street Children Uganda and Pastor Innocent Byaruhanga . You can read more… [Continue Reading]

learn to do good

    I love Easter. I mean really love it. More than Christmas. One of my favorite activities during the Easter season is to read beautiful books. It’s the same with Christmas. But while Christmas is often overshadowed with commercialism, I somehow find it easier to fall into step with the meaning of Easter.  But… [Continue Reading]

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I am so excited to share this FREE Scripture memory tool with my readers! {this post contains affiliate links} Philippians in 28 Weeks is one of our favorite resources from Home School Adventure Co. We love everything they publish, but this Scripture memory tool is the one we use most. Ben has memorized the first… [Continue Reading]

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Helping Children in Uganda (day four) — Love Hopes

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Welcome back friends. If you’ve been following along this week, you know I’ve been sharing about how you can sponsor a child in Uganda through Future Hope Ministries, a ministry started by our pediatrician, Dr. Laura White, and her family.  Earlier this week, I introduced you to Praise, Gift, and Jovin and Jonah. I want […]

Helping Children in Uganda (day three) — Change the World

together

Today is day three of a 5-day series I’m writing to bring awareness to the need to sponsor children in Uganda though Future Hope Ministries. I shared earlier about Praise and Gift, two children who are still waiting. As I was learning more about the plight of street children in Uganda and other countries around […]

Helping Children in Uganda (day two) — Orphan Care

orphans

Welcome back to a series featuring former street children in Uganda who are in need of sponsorship. A few weeks ago, I introduced you to Future Hope Ministries, a local ministry near my home, founded by our pediatrician, Dr. Laura White, and her family. Yesterday I shared about a sweet little girl — Praise — […]

Helping Children in Uganda (day one) — Justice for the Fatherless

learn to do good

A few weeks ago, I shared about Future Hope Ministries and their ministry to some former street children in Uganda. I say former, because gratefully through the efforts of Future Hope, these kids are  being loved, nurtured, fed, educated, and taught about Jesus by Save Street Children Uganda and Pastor Innocent Byaruhanga . You can read more […]

Easter Book Basket and Unit Studies

easter book basket

    I love Easter. I mean really love it. More than Christmas. One of my favorite activities during the Easter season is to read beautiful books. It’s the same with Christmas. But while Christmas is often overshadowed with commercialism, I somehow find it easier to fall into step with the meaning of Easter.  But […]

FREE Scripture Memory Tool for Philippians!

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I am so excited to share this FREE Scripture memory tool with my readers! {this post contains affiliate links} Philippians in 28 Weeks is one of our favorite resources from Home School Adventure Co. We love everything they publish, but this Scripture memory tool is the one we use most. Ben has memorized the first […]

10 Days of Giveaways

writeshop giveaway

The Schoolhouse Review Crew has been featuring homeschool conventions where The Old Schoolhouse Magazine will be exhibiting this spring and summer.  Along with sharing about the conferences and speakers, there is a giveaway attached to each feature. I didn’t want my readers to miss out on the chance to win some incredible books, curriculum, and […]

Y is for YUCK! (a cow eye dissection)

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Yesterday, Ben and I shadowed a Classical Conversation Challenge A class. We are considering Classical Conversations for next year and wanted to get an idea of what it was like.  We were very excited to find out the class would be dissecting cow eyes, and observing the dissection of a sheep heart and brain, too.  […]