Like this post and don’t want to miss more like it? Be sure to sign up for my newsletter at the end! In my eagerness to present a true account of my experience with K12FREEHOMESCHOOL and Mimi Rothschild, I did not count the cost in how I presented my story. I’m afraid that it’s possible that the manner in which I structured my posts was not as helpful as I’d… Continue Reading
In my eagerness to present a true account of my experience with K12FREEHOMESCHOOL and Mimi Rothschild, I did not count the cost in how I presented my story. I’m afraid that it’s possible that the manner in which I structured my posts was not as helpful as I’d hoped. I in no way wanted to hinder or harm Mrs. Rothschild or her business. I did not consider that perhaps people… Continue Reading
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You’re probably familiar with Dayspring products, such as their cards and gifts, but did you know they produce DVDs too? I recently got the chance to review their Really Woolly Kids DVD, Trusting in the Shepherd. Geared for kids aged 3-8, it features two engaging stories that teach children about trusting in Jesus, our Shepherd, through the adventures of the gang at Woollyville, including Gracie, Jacob, and Grandma Tabitha. In… Continue Reading