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How foods with hidden additive ingredients affect children’s behavior has been weighing on my mind as I’ve watched Mamas struggle with increasingly belligerent and aggressive kids.
This topic is just too important to ignore.
The ten Boom family of Haarlem, Holland were watchmakers by trade.
They also lived as devout Christians. Corrie was raised to understand that honoring God included respecting the Jewish people.
Here is Corrie ten Boom’s famous story of Betsie and the fleas from The Hiding Place: …
My heart is breaking for the souls of our children. And, yes, there might be a negative reaction from readers on what I need to say on this topic.
I need to speak the truth, for what is the use of a blog if not to influence our culture? Please do not confuse this with me thinking I have all the answers. I know I don’t, but there is so much trouble ahead for the children, families and for our country if we don’t purposefully attend to this in our homes. …
Recess. It was a huge part of our homeschool years, but for most young children who go into a school setting, what used to be a basic part of growing up has, in most cases, been shelved.
Teachers say their students have a hard time focusing in class. Some children feel ‘ready to explode’! They can’t even sit still during critical testing periods. It’s as though they are naturally wired for playing, running and jumping, as opposed to constant sitting, studying and reciting.
Some Texas teachers are trying to reverse this in their schools as we shall see, and that is a very good thing.