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A Sentence That Changed My Theology

by autumn on March 2, 2011 · 3 comments

Since I haven’t had anything really meaty to add to this blog lately I went in search for inspiration. Justin Taylor’s post titled “A Sentence that Changed My Theology” provided that for me.  For Mr. Taylor that sentence came from R.C. Sproul: You are required to believe, to preach, and to teach what the Bible […]

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When we first began exploring the world of homeschooling I was completely overwhelmed. I’ve heard the same thing countless times from parents considering it for their family. Where do one turn for easy to find information? Still Deciding Phase: Perspectives on Your Child’s Education: Four Views: Presents each person’s positive views of their education choice […]

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Homeschooling isn’t always easy

by autumn on December 9, 2010 · 2 comments

***Update: I’m going to leave this post for all to see but after reading it hours later I realize just how pathetic I sound. Forgive me for exposing this side of me.*** I know, I make it look easy. But, really it’s not. At this point you should heed the warning sign below. All other […]

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Conviction vs. Legalism

by autumn on November 2, 2010 · 3 comments

The line between conviction and legalism is so very fine. It’s one that is easily crossed unless you are constantly aware of your comments, facial expressions and how you teach your children. Convictions are a good thing. God will lead one family down a road that He ordains and how that family responds to the […]

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What a perfect hymn this is to sing and reflect upon on this Reformation Day… “By Grace I’m Saved, Grace Free and Boundless” by Christian L. Scheidt, 1709-1761 Text From: THE LUTHERAN HYMNAL (St. Louis: Concordia Publishing House, 1941) 1. By grace I’m saved, grace free and boundless; My soul, believe and doubt it not. […]

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How To Console a Grieving Friend

by autumn on October 21, 2010 · 3 comments

If consoling and nurturing are second nature to you, you are blessed. For me it’s not.  I tend to freeze up and fear that I’ll do more damage than good. Unfortunately, I have an opportunity to console a grieving friend and I do not want to mess up.  So, I did some research. Here are […]

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When you have little or nothing to say

by autumn on August 17, 2010 · 1 comment

Is that good or bad? I tend to be a get to the point gal and even a little “that’s it, you’ve irritated me so I’ll leave now” type. What’s hilarious is I seem to attract friends that are quite the opposite.  This is a benefit in two ways: 1) they get someone who will […]

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Teach Resurrection, Not Easter Bunny

by autumn on March 28, 2010 · 5 comments

I pray I’m preaching to the choir on this one but it is a burden I’m carrying and must unload. Please, why is it that true Christians celebrate Easter using the easter bunny??? It makes no sense to me. Why on earth would someone who has made Christ the Lord of their life trivialize His […]

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Worship God In Your Family

by autumn on March 19, 2010 · 2 comments

“If you do not worship God in your family, you are living in positive sin; you may be quite sure you do not care for the souls of your family. If you neglect to spread a meal for your children to eat, would it not be said that you did not care for their bodies? […]

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