Showing posts from November, 2011

"By wisdom a house is built,

and by understanding it is established; and by knowledge the rooms are filled with all precious and pleasant riches." ~Proverbs 24:3-4

Whatever you write on the heart of a child, no water can wash it away. The marks in the sands are erased by the tide; inscriptions will crumble with clay. The words in a book will decay with the years and even engraving in stone disappears.
But God’s Word inscribed on a little child’s heart
for time and eternity shall not depart. (Author Unknown)

Home is the focus of the work of homeschooling parents. Perhaps like no other challenge in life, homeschooling forces us to consider our identity and our roles as mothers and fathers, and it allows us to shape every aspect of our home—its tone, the way it’s decorated, the media we allow to enter it, what we eat and how we eat, how we celebrate, how we laugh, how we rest, and how we prepare for the unexpected.

November Thanksgiving!
We are thankful for God’s faithfulness th…

A few weeks ago...

Leadership Conference with Pr Scibelli - Oct 2011
Kitwe, Zambia, about 5 hours north of Lusaka

Leaders meeting - Pr Schaller's call

Greater Grace Women Conference in Zambia 2011 Guest Speaker: Latasha Brown, Millie and Ida from Uganda