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Moody Radio Interview

December 16, 2008
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Moody Radio Interview

Paul Butler recently contacted me about my article entitled Boys Will Be Men – Imparting Vision to Sons published in the November/December issue of Homeschooling Today. This particular article addresses the different spheres boys will pass through at different seasons of their life and how understanding this can aid us in training them to be…

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Vaughnshire Investment Advice

December 11, 2008
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Vaughnshire Investment Advice

As promised, here is some investment advice for those looking for a sure thing in these troubled times.  When looking at investments, I have always found it important to understand the industry as well as the company you are investing in.  These tips are from an industry that cannot fail you… your own. If Communism is government…

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How the Industrial Revolution Made Life Harder

November 24, 2008
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How the Industrial Revolution Made Life Harder

We have written many times on the Industrial Revolution and what a drastic change it has made to our economic, cultural, and political landscape.  There are so many ramifications, that it is difficult to even identify them, let alone be able to understand their full impact on our lives.  It may be questioned if we are even able…

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Christianity Verses Marxism

October 10, 2008
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I’m curious as we look at the recent events in America, how many realize the foundational belief system these things are tied to?  When we discuss Palin and the feminist / egalitarian nature of the modern evangelical, do we realize that it is Marxist theology that most evangelicals are spouting when they defend their position?…

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Raising Ready Writers

October 1, 2008
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The use of the pen can be a powerful weapon.   We place a high priority on learning the art and skill of the pen.  Writing is an absolute must do in this family.  While we do have structured how to lessons on writing here and there, the majority of our writing consists of letters they write to…

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Brothers Big and Small

September 24, 2008
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Brothers Big and Small

We are enjoying watching our children love and care for their younger siblings.  What a beautiful site….brothers …big and small. 

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12 full weeks…

August 21, 2008
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12 full weeks…

It seems like the weeks are passing even faster now.  We almost have a 3 month old who is still well shaping our world here…  Last week, he caught sight of his first chicken and followed it intently as it pecked its way across the yard.  That was exciting for us for some reason.  I…

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Technology Verses Agrarianism

August 7, 2008
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Technology Verses Agrarianism

Whenever agrarianism is discussed, people want to point out the things they enjoy from the industrial revolution, such as air conditioning, automobiles, and medical advancements, without regard to the cost of these advancements. Advancements in technology and enhancements to our living conditions are indeed very nice. But everything has a cost and not all advantages…

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7 Year Old Politics

July 30, 2008
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This is one of the funniest political stories I have heard in a long time.  It comes from my own 7 year old young man.  As you read it, I think you’ll agree his keen political insight has him destined for leadership! Here is the background.  I have offered a reward for a little history work.  In…

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Honoring Grandparents…

July 24, 2008
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Honoring Grandparents…

We took a last minute trip to surprise my grandmother for her 75th birthday party my mother and aunts were giving her.  It was wonderful to see the extended family…many of whom I have not seen in years and best of all to take our children to see their great grandmother. My mother read a…

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About the business of men…

June 25, 2008
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About the business of men…

It is a blessed sight to see a young man be about the business of men instead of being idle.  The problem with having boys pursuing the work of starting up businesses is that it ultimately affects me in ways that my flesh would rather not be affected by.  This morning, I attempted to finish up my…

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Food Economics

May 1, 2008
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Food Economics

I think you must have to live in a cave to not notice that there is something up with the food and gas prices.   Now that spring time has arrived and growing season is in full swing, food options are a bit more varied than during the winter months.  There are farmer’s markets and home…

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The Blessing Of Lots of Cousins

April 11, 2008
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The Blessing Of Lots of Cousins

We had 12 children in the house who were 12 years old and under.  There was much noise and excitement and lots of rain.  Lots of muddy, wet, cold kids, but they had fun….and we enjoyed the visit of so many little cousins!

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A Beautiful Weekend Remembering Sacred Vows…

March 25, 2008
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A Beautiful Weekend Remembering Sacred Vows…

We just returned from a wonderful weekend in Alabama to attend a wedding.  It was a beautiful time rejoicing with our friends.  I couldn’t help but be overwhelmed at the awesomeness, depth and enormity of covenant marriage and what it means not only to the body of Christ, but what it means to bringing about cultural…

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Home Schooling Crack Down in California

March 10, 2008
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We have written in the past about home schooling persecution here in the U.S. as well as abroad.  You may check out the homeschooling section for more articles on the subject but the recent news coming out of California is chilling.  Much has already been said about the recent California fiasco where homeschooling was deemed illegal by…

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