Depression, and Then Lyme Disease

Hello there readers. I have been a bit MIA lately. As should be obvious from my blog, I'm in recovery, and sometimes depression comes and saps me of the energy I need to write. Then, anxiety comes along and says "hey loser, weren't you supposed to write a blog post already?" And then, I get [...]

Children Need to be Taught the Bible Honestly, Not “Cute” Stories

This weekend is a time when families across the world gather together to celebrate Passover, Good Friday, and Easter. As a "gentile" Torah observant Christian (that's a mouthful!), I have been learning how to observe the Passover according to the Bible and teach it to my children. I relate the story in Exodus to the [...]

Feast of Trumpets/Yom Teruah Introduction for Elementary Students

This is a simple introduction based on Messianic/Hebrew Roots beliefs to Yom Teruah/Feast of Trumpets. Please enjoy and use as you wish. Shalom.   Yom Teruah What is it about? Leviticus 23:24 “Say to the Israelites: ‘On the first day of the seventh month you are to have a day of sabbath rest, a sacred [...]

Flying Handmade Kites- Homeschooling

One of the best decisions I have made after deciding to homeschool our children was to join a local Facebook homeschooling group. We have already had so much fun doing outdoor activities with other families, and really look forward to more cooperative learning. Last week the husband and I took the girls to a near [...]

“Me Generation” Rebel- Children as a Blessing

Millennials, roughly defined as those born between year 1980-2000, have been described as the “me generation”. I was born in 1988, so I fall squarely within the millennial range, yet I have chosen something that many women in my cohort are eschewing; young marriage and motherhood. Now if I had been born during my grandmothers’ [...]