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Is Violence in Christian Fiction OK?

One writing project I’ve been working on over the years is a middle grade historical fiction novel that takes place in the antebellum south. A white boy befriends a slave while they both work on a plantation. In the story, … Continue reading

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Outdoor Winter Fun

  One of the many cool things about homeschooling is that during recess, the kids get to play in their own yards with their own stuff. During the winter, my kids love to create “forts” in our backyard. They each … Continue reading

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Monday Madness

  The three year old painted himself with deodorant. He was supposed to be taking a nap, but he shares the room with his 11 year old brother who left his deodorant in his room. This is after I asked … Continue reading

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Reducing TV frustration

We finished school last week! Hooray! As we’re transitioning to our light summer schedule (a little math, reading, and daily Bible devotions), there’s a new way to nag Mom. Mom, can I watch TV? Can I play on the computer? … Continue reading

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