5 Ways to Intentionally Point Your Kids to God This Summer

By contributing writer, Liz With a baby set to arrive any day over here, we are planning for a simple Summer. However, for a lot of families Summer is a time that is packed full of vacations, trips to the pool, and lots of other activities. With such a big break from your normal routine, how are you going to… Read More

Easy Christmas Tree Crafts for Toddlers and Preschoolers

During the Christmas season, I like to take a break from our regular home preschool curriculum and focus on themed activities. This week in addition to our daily Truth in the Tinsel activity, we’ve been having a lot of fun with Christmas trees! We put up our Advent calendar, decorated our family Christmas tree, and pulled out our felt Christmas… Read More

Why Our Family Prepares, Eats, and Cleans Up Meals Together

As we enter the busy holiday season, it’s easy to let family time suffer. I know this is the time of year when I want to slow down. I want to enjoy my family and really focus on Christ. But with busyness of the season, it can be hard. We have to be intentional to guard our family time.  Family… Read More

How We Do Family Devotions with a Toddler

To be honest, neither us grew up doing family devotions. My husband and I have never seen them done, and we’ve only read about them in books. Getting family devotions started in our family was not easy. We didn’t know where to start, how to do it, or even what to do when we did start. Do you do family… Read More

The ABC’s for Godly Children Review & Giveaway {Intentional Homeschool}

I get emails often asking me what curriculum I suggest for toddlers and preschoolers that is based on Biblical truth. I also get asked often how I plan on training my boy in Biblical manhood. Well, here is my answer – The ABC’s for Godly Children Curriculum. What are The ABC’s for Godly Children? The ABC’s for Godly Children is… Read More

Clear Your Calendar Day and Ignore the Mud on the Floor

Last week I posted this picture on our Facebook page with the following words: I have dishes in my sink, floors covered in mud, beds unmade, and laundry the size of Mount Everest. So I decided to do some painting with my toddler. #priorities I was overwhelmed with the response to this simple little gesture to encourage others to just… Read More