Elementary Curriculum Recommendations

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These are many wonderful curriculums out there, so this list just shows the tip of the iceberg. While the variety of choices is great, it is also OVERWHELMING. If you just need a place to start, I’d recommend these. Then as you get more comfortable with homeschooling you can branch out. To start with, cover […] Read More

The Conversation That Is Art

Art is an exchange of ideas that expands our understanding of what it means to be human. Across time, geography, and social constructs, artist reveal the world we live in and challenge us to think deeply about our place in it.  Art extends an open invitation to all, to join the conversation that is art, […] Read More

The Habit of Thought

Whether parents with kids in school or homeschoolers, this area of the thought life of a child is central to life. I wrote the article for homeschoolers, but I find this area of life is something I still need to work at in my 50’s. We never outgrow the need to get better at managing […] Read More

The Horrors of War by Peter Paul Reubens

I’m converting several of my blog post into videos, and here is one of the first.  Peter Paul Rubens’, The Consequences of War, or the Horrors of War is a fascinating study.  Today I was listening to a book about the Italian Renaissance and found it interesting that for centuries there was seldom a period […] Read More

Raphael – The Resurrection of Christ

This post is an excerpt from our Lent Devotional Series. The Background Rafaello Sanzio of Urbino: The Resurrection The Resurrection is the only work of Raphael in the Southern Hemisphere, currently held at the Sao Paulo Museum of Art in Brazil. The work is an oil painting on wood that was at one time believed […] Read More