Author: Katie

Dyslexic, ADD/ADHD, and other genetic or neurological challenges to reading, can be frustrating to both parents, teachers, and students.  I have come up with some simple, practical tips to help you work with your student/child and encourage reading fluency. Take it slow, but keep at it. There is no benefit to stopping and starting.  Find

My husband and I have been together for over 30 years.  We have been mentoring couples for over 20 years.  Now we are parents to young married couples.  One of our daughters is getting married this June.  We are so excited.  But as always these months leading up to marriage, we, as parents, try and

Today, we are planning our December calendar, and I can’t help but think how much our lives have changed over the years.  Ever since my husband and I got married in December of 1993, he has always had an issue with Christmas.  Each year, he would ask, “what does a decorated tree have to do

Journey to Obedience (learning to live dependent on God) originally written August 2012 Recently, several people have encouraged me to write out our family story.  My first thought was  who really wants to read our story. I have enjoyed reading so many other peoples interesting and exciting stories online and in books.  Mine is just

Free resources: Proverbs coloring sheets  

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