I am the door. If anyone enters by me, he will be saved and will go in and out and find pasture. (John 10:9)

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This Is A Place To:

  • Find practical tips, activities, and resources that support God-led living and learning (whether you homeschool or not)
  • Explore what loving God with the heart, soul, mind, body, and service looks like in the context of everyday life
  • Discover how the biblical mentor-student relationship can be applied to present day parenting and education
  • Consider the messages conveyed by popular culture and schooling under the illumination of God’s word
  • See examples of God’s work in current times as well as throughout His stories (history)
  • Be encouraged and find support

Do you want to…

...read past and present blog posts?

...learn about God's simple design for living and learning?

...find activities, resources, and scripture that supports God-led learning?

...read incredible stories of lives shaped and directed by God?

...check out my artwork in the gallery?

The Mentoring Triangle

Following God in a World Turned Upside-Down...

The Bible has a lot to say to parents and to those who teach. Unfortunately, so much of God's instruction has been twisted or ignored to suit our own will. Click on the images below to explore this simple triangular model for God-led living and learning.

1. God - At the Top

2. Mentor/Parent - Coming Alongside

3. Student/Child - Seeking and Doing

Would You Like a FREE Printable Version of The Mentor's Triangle WITH VERSES?

Call to me and I will answer you, and will tell you great and hidden things that you have not known.

(Jeremiah 33:3)

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