This has been one of those weeks where so many intriguing topics have popped up that I couldn’t focus on just one. I hope you enjoy!
Question the Narrative | Trolls, Titans, and Petrified Giants
All fairy tales and folklore are grounded in facts.
Question the Narrative | Mermaids, Sirens, and Fish Gods
The little mermaid is NOT factually correct.
Nature Study and Questioning the Narrative
Some of the best conversations happen on our nature studies!
(From the Patreon archives)
Nature Study with a Non-Conformist
Nature study is about exploring God’s creation and seeing things through untainted eyes. 🙂
Homeschooling Changes Everything
I know there are a lot of parents out there feeling like they’ve been forced into homeschooling, and they’re not happy about it. I’m hoping today’s video can be an encouragement not only for those people, but for any homeschooling parent who could use a pep talk. 🙂
On Being a Truther Homeschool Mom
I must really enjoy going against the grain because not only am I a #homeschool mom, I’m a truther, as well. Waking up to the realities of our world has made me all the more thankful for #homeschooling, but I’ll tell you what – it can be tricky figuring out how to address certain topics. Here’s how I do it.
When Your Homeschool Is More About You Than Your Child
I know how frustrating it is to hear people repeatedly say that you’re not qualified to #homeschool your child. Take it from me – don’t listen to them, or you risk losing focus on why you started #homeschooling in the first place.
Question the Narrative | Aurora Borealis and the Throne of God
Maybe the aurora borealis isn’t what you think.
Question the Narrative | Giants, Mines, and Manmade Mountains
I live in a beautiful part of the country. It’s rich with history and, oh, so many questions. Every time I drive down the highway I see these mountains that look to me like they might not be what we’ve always thought. Let’s talk today about giants, mines, and manmade mountains.