A Devo for Adoptive Moms

Since I’m in Haiti and spending most of my blogging energy for...

{Classical Conversations} Cycle 3 | Week 9

We’re really simplifying this year. You can see our Game Plan here. Also...

Thinking Out Loud on Church | Part 5

This is fifth post in a series. To read the entire series,...

{RECIPE} Veggie Fritters

This is the time of year when I love cooking. The garden...

Thinking Out Loud on Church | Part 5

This is fifth post in a series. To read the entire series, click here. One of my kids asked me a question the other day where I had to explain ethics. This was quite the arduous task, especially given the language barrier. Regardless, I chose my favorite...

Thinking Out Loud on “Church” | Part 4

This is the fourth is a series. Click here to see the complete series. Melissa:  Disclaimer: This one’s corny and rambling Patrick:  So, as I was driving home today, I kept having the thought of Christ and the Church running through my head. I was...

{Classical Conversations} Cycle 3 | Week 9

We’re really simplifying this year. You can see our Game Plan here. Also check out our U.S. Capitals State Tour. Here are activities I found when we did Cycle 3 last time. In additional to the books listed, I also suggest checking out the books associated with...

Thinking Out Loud on “Church” | Part 3

This is the third post in a series. Patrick here, again. When I think of the times throughout my life where I experienced Christ, those experiences may surprise others. I remember Brother Bob doing a talent show skit as Elvis, popping out of a coffin...

Thinking Out Loud on “Church” | Part 2

This is the second in a series. To read the entire series, click here. Years ago, there was a professor at a local university who started a Bible study. Quite a few zealous college students started attending. Before long, they had formed a tight-knit community...

Thinking Out Loud on “Church” | Part 1

The following is a guest post from my other (and probably better) half. So, if you know me, you know that I grew up as part of a Catholic family. I deeply value this background now that I am older, but when I was younger,...

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