I love teaching science

I love teaching science. Few days go by that I am not sharing something with my students that shows God’s perfect design and amazing creativity. We know that God created the earth and everything in it because we have faith in the Bible. However, the evidence we see in...

The Pros of Christian School

I first want to acknowledge that this blog is intended to share my observations and appreciation for Christian school education. This is in no way intended to discredit or disparage public education, and is simply an attempt to express my appreciation for Christian...

History with a Christian Perspective

The end of this school year completes my eleventh year of teaching. I taught first grade for six years at the school which I attended as a student. I took a fourteen year break to be a stay-at-home mom and help raise our girls. I went back to teaching fourth grade at...

Faith That Works

Imagine living your entire life without ever hearing the name of Jesus.  For children in India, this is all too common.  India is home to one in every five children.  It is a country where illiteracy, the caste system, and poverty challenge daily life.   All that was...

Music on My Mind

It’s Monday morning.  I am sitting in front of fourteen children, all armed with flutophones, all attempting to make beautiful music.  Nothing starts a week like fourteen beginning flutophone players; they make such an interesting sound.  Could this time be better...

The dreaded word…HOMEWORK

Everything has to get done:  Dinner, piano lessons, after-school activities, and then the dreaded word…..HOMEWORK. After raising three children with the Abeka curriculum, I fully understand that homework can sometimes be overwhelming, but rest assured my family...