Posts Tagged "Parenting"


The Townhall: A New Approach

The Townhall: A New Approach


Posted By on Mar 4, 2015

  I was thinking over the past few days as I have been gathering voices and stories to share that I want to expand the circle here. In the past I have usually just looked for stories and voices that uplift me, challenge me, or inspire me in some part of my life–most particularly my faith and the kind of person that I am and want to be. This is not going to change, but I also realize that there is more to life and more to me...

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Tuesday Townhall

Tuesday Townhall


Posted By on Oct 22, 2014

Hey Everyone,   Hope your week is going well. This past week has been a mixture for me, but a definite trend throughout it has been some great conversations. I am getting some treasured time with family and friends here in Arkansas, and meaningful conversations have made it that much more special.     This week I have several great reads for you from across the blogosphere.   So without further ado…   5...

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Tuesday Townhall

Tuesday Townhall


Posted By on Aug 5, 2014

Hey Everyone,     My life has turned a bit crazy this week, so bear with me as I try to juggle it all. I have pushed pause on my Finding Feminism series for last week and this week. I just have some personal and family stuff that I need to focus on, and then I will be back shortly with more to share. I will also be delaying starting up my new weekend series, so look for more on that soon. I promise! In the meantime this...

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Tuesday Townhall – June 22, 2014

Tuesday Townhall – June 22, 2014


Posted By on Jul 22, 2014

I don’t know if there is anything quite as spectacular as the Tokyo skyline.   Living here for the past three years, has given me memories that will last a lifetime. This week involved yet another round of goodbyes, as I said farewell to my adult Japanese students I have been meeting with now for over two years. They are all breaking for the rest of the summer for a holiday, and then will start up classes again in the fall...

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  (This is the fourth and final addition to my homeschooling series. See here for Part 1, Part 2, and Part 3)   Many people upon finding out that I was homeschooled inevitably ask if I will homeschool my children someday. Growing up when asked that question my answer was always yes. My plan was to grow up, go to Pensacola Christian College, get a degree in education, find a husband, get married, and home-school my own...

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