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I share links and ideas to encourage other mothers: to seek the Lord first in all things, to thrive in motherhood and family life, and instill a love of country in our children.
God—>Family—>Country
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Forwarded from A Quiet Simple Life (Sallie Borrink)
What Happens When We Give Our Worries Over to God

My favorite is Number 1 because I am a coward a lot of times:

1.) He gives us courage to face our cares honestly and not run away. Isaiah 41:10

‘Do not fear [anything], for I am with you;
Do not be afraid, for I am your God.
I will strengthen you, be assured I will help you;
I will certainly take hold of your with My righteous right hand [a hand of justice, of power, of victory, of salvation].’

#Biblestudy

https://www.mamaslearningcorner.com/what-happens-when-we-give-our-worries-to-god/
Forwarded from Sheri's Main Channel
Hosanna! Hosanna in the highest! 🙏🏻
Hey there Telegram friends. I have been on Telegram since November 2021, yet I still only have 27 subscribers.

And that's absolutely FINE, as I don't post here to increase a subscriber count. But I do have to assume that I am being throttled or shadowbanned here because statistically that seems very improbable.

Thank you for bearing with me and my infrequent posting here while I decide whether I am going to keep this channel going.

I'm trying to decide the best way to communicate with people where they can actually read it.

If you have thoughts to share, I'd love for you to leave a comment! I'm open to other avenues, and honestly, I'm out of ideas. 🤷‍♀️
Praise God from whom all blessings flow
Praise Him all creatures here below
Praise Him above ye heavenly hosts
Praise Father, Son, and Holy Ghost.
Amen. ❤️
Summer Reading

Encourage your young ones to read (and read some more!) this summer. This is a fun journaling activity from Memoria Press, adaptable to a wide variety of ages.

Even if you're not interested in the journal, make sure you click on the 'Suggested Book List' for a free, BIG list of reading ideas.

#homeschool #classicaleducation

https://id.memoriapress.com//idevaffiliate.php?id=135&url=1422&tid1=social
Short Vowel CVC Word Searches

Download a free 5-page set of Short Vowel CVC Word Searches.

#homeschool

https://www.mamaslearningcorner.com/short-vowel-cvc-word-search-printables/
Are your young ones starting Latin this year?

This is a peek at how I teach Prima Latina in our homeschool. This is such a beautiful and gentle Latin introduction for 3rd or 4th graders.

I knew ZERO Latin prior to homeschooling my children, and this is written for the homeschool mom that has or previous Latin experience.

#homeschool #Latin

https://www.mamaslearningcorner.com/how-i-teach-prima-latina-in-our-homeschool/
U.S. History Homeschool Curricula

Still looking for U.S. History Homeschool Curriculum for next school year? Browse through this big list and find just the right fit for your young learners.

Grades K - 12th.

#homeschool #classicaleducation #USHistory

https://www.mamaslearningcorner.com/list-u-s-history-homeschool-curriculum/
Hmm. Some of us are certainly more comfortable than others.
Food for thought this morning.
Forwarded from Old North State
“The worst loneliness is not to be comfortable with yourself.”

~ Mark Twain
There is so much to unpack and study in just this one sentence:

"The revelation of Jesus Christ, which God gave him to show to his servants the things that must soon take place."

Revelation 1:1
There is so much wisdom in this post! Tuck it away for a read when you have time to think on it.
Forwarded from Towards Tradition (Kate Holehouse)
THOUGHT OF THE DAY

One of my close friends is an Indian man, who I watched for years resisting and arguing with his parents as they tried to select a wife for him.

They met with astrologers, met with different families, assessed several women, and measured their compatibility with him on every level.

"So backwards and restrictive," I thought at the time. But now I understand.

Once upon a time, marriage meant the joining not just of two people, but of two families. Two bloodlines. You only got one chance at it, and it was a decision that was made for life. So understandably they took it very seriously.

Hollywood would probably echo my earlier sentiments... "So backwards and restrictive," and show you endless movies of stupid bumbling men, and amazing, working single moms who always meet Prince Charming. But by now, we all know this is a fairytale.

When I've asked older Indian couples what it was like to have an arranged marriage vs marrying for "love", they all said the same thing: "Love grows with time". But with so much common ground between them, meticulously arranged by both families, there is little to disagree about.

Unlike our American marriages, often born out of sexual desire, false expectations, and shallow ideals--with little common ground between us--their foundation is rock solid, built upon the elements required for a lasting relationship.

So what is the result of the so-called backwards attitudes towards marriage in India? The divorce rate is the lowest in the world!

And although, in the end, my friend chose his own wife, he used all his parents' advice to find the right woman who shares the same education, values, and spiritual beliefs as him, and who honors and respects his family. He is now very happily married, for life.

So this is a message for parents of young adults: help your kids choose their spouses wisely. Treat it as a life and death decision, because that's what it is.

Raise them to look for true and lasting bonds, vs Hollywood romance or lust disguised as love.

They may fight you, but one day they will thank you.
Hi Friends! I apologize for being hit and miss here over the last many weeks.
Honestly, I got discouraged with Telegram because I'm certain my profile is being hidden.