Math, the Coronavirus, and the Savior by Katherine Hannon

Math, the Coronavirus, and the Savior by Katherine Hannon

I’ve written many articles on this blog about how math helps us see the incredible order and design God placed around us. Today’s post, though, focuses on how math also gives us sober reminders that sin has marred God’s perfect world, bringing suffering and death....

February 26, 2020

1.  Important Annual Lobby Day coming up Dear Friend of the Family, Protecting the sanctity of life from conception to natural death has never been more crucial here in Massachusetts. For the past year, we’ve been sounding the alarm about the extreme ROE...
Should You Attend? by Nancy Manos

Should You Attend? by Nancy Manos

From my observation, homeschooling parents seem to fall into three categories as it relates to the homeschool convention … There’s the “I wouldn’t miss it for the world” crowd, the “I already have my curriculum and don’t really need to go” folks, and then there’s the...

February 12, 2020

1. Judges needed. No experience necessary! From Kathy Edelblut: The National Christian Forensics and Communications Association (NCFCA) is hosting a speech and debate tournament with over 150 students competing on March 6-7 at CenterPoint Community Church, 101 School...

January 29, 2020

1.  An “accurate alternative to the groundhog” – by homeschoolers! How about a homeschooled-fueled alternative to Groundhog Day this coming Sunday?For several years, three homeschooled brothers from Eastford, Connecticut have been running an event in...

January 15, 2020

1.  Take action to defeat harmful mandate The following message comes from Andrew Beckwith, President, Massachusetts Family Institute. Although it does not directly concern us as homeschoolers, this issue has enormous implications for our friends and neighbors who are...

December 18, 2019

1.  Merry Christmas!!! See you back here on Wednesday, January 1, 2020. 2.  Art contest This year’s HSLDA art contest is challenging students to experiment with characteristics of three historic genres of art. Whether Cubist, Rococo, or Impressionist,...

December 4, 2019

1.  We heard… …that there is a homeschooled-fueled alternative to Groundhog Day! For several years, three homeschooled brothers from Eastford, Connecticut have been running an event in their small town 20 minutes south of Sturbridge, Massachusetts. At 7:30...

November 20, 2019

1.  Local living nativity sites this Christmas season We have just become aware of two Living Nativities – one in Acton and the other in Grosvenordale, Connecticut. Here are links with more information: https://facebook.com/events/453906528887440/?ti=cl Walk...

November 6, 2019

1.  Field trip idea: Historic New England Thanksgiving is right around the corner, a time when many of us start thinking about our region’s history and cultural heritage. Check out homeschool programs at Historic New England for group field trips, or plan a...