Have you ever wondered how books are printed?
We’re excited to release our first children’s hardcover book. And we’re praying that mommies everywhere will read it to their little ones at bedtime, and that little ones will fall asleep knowing how precious and chosen they are!
If you’ve ever wanted to take a little peek “behind the scenes,” here’s a little pictorial journal of the printing of I’d Rather Be Your Mommy.
Is everything is going well in your homeschool now? Just wait. If your experience is anything like many of us, the day will come when you encounter difficulty and discouragement in your homeschool. When you do, you’ll be faced with a critical choice: run … or overcome.
How can we make the most of these final days of homeschooling?
Unbelievable as it may seem, my firstborn son is now a high school senior and his brother is a junior. Where did the years go?
In the joyful chaos that was my life after my second son was born a mere 19 months after my first, a dear friend warned me, “The days are long but the years are short.” Looking back to that day now, I marvel at the truth of her statement.
Imagine you have friends of all ages (and you do, don’t you?).
One friend in particular — who happens to be 70 years old — is thinking about moving to Ecuador when he retires. He wants to explore the country, and he invited you to travel with him.
You’ve always wanted to explore the world. Ecuador seems like a fine place to start, so you accept his invitation.
As your departure date approaches, you decide to learn everything you can about this exotic country.
What kind of people live here?
What do they like to eat?
What do they do for fun?
What is it like to live in the jungle?
Perhaps you’ll learn how to use a blow gun … or wade into the piranha-infested river for a little spear fishing.
You’re incredibly excited — and perhaps just the slightest bit nervous.
You’ve never been away from home for more than a few days, and on this trip you’ll be gone for seven weeks! Wow! That will be quite a change.
As you grab your backpack, you wonder whether you’ll be a different person in some ways by the time you return. Hmm…
I guess it’s time to pack!
Meet Russell Winter
The scenario you just imagined really happened to homeschool graduate Russell Winter.
The invitation to travel came from his 70-year-old friend, Gary Moon.
Russell and his family met Gary when they served together at the Creation Museum. Retirement was fast approaching for Gary, and he was seriously considering moving to Ecuador. Thinking he might explore the country a bit beforehand, he invited Russell to travel with him.
In the following clip, Russell tells us what happened next….
When I think about how the Bible is banned in many countries…and about how countless believers have sacrificed their freedom and even their lives to spread the message of God’s love and salvation…another question naturally arises: