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    The ever changing list of what I’m currently engrossed in reading…….

    Beyond the Diploma – Homeschooling with the End in Mind by Beverly Parrish. Oh my, look at that, it’s a book by me! I can truly say that I’ve been reading it a lot lately preparing it to go to print. With almost 30 years of homeschooling under my belt, this is my heart’s desire – to encourage homeschooling parents to get a vision for their own little pea patch, and then to tend it faithfully.

    Virtuous by Nancy Wilson. This is another short little book of hers that packs a big punch! Like Learning Contentment, this is serious stuff, challenging Christian women to pursue a life full of virtues rather than the praise of culture.

    Dug Down Deep by Josh Harris. I’ve always enjoyed the writings of Josh Harris, and this is no exception. This is a great book to hand to a young person trying to make sense of what they believe – when they recognize they need their own faith and can no longer rest on the faith of their parents. It’s theology made plain for the common man.

    Always reading:

    World Magazine – found at If you’re not already a subscriber, you need to be a subscriber….now. Click on ‘Become a Member’ and sign up for a free three-month trial. I dare you to. For a Biblical worldview on everything from current issues to entertainment, this is the source for everyday people who need insight into what’s happening in the world. My teens read it on their own, but I consider it a valuable part of their homeschool curriculum.

    Imprimis publication from Hillsdale College found at This is another source for spot-on commentary on current affairs. It’s been a staple in our house for about 29 years. It’s also been an integral part of our homeschool’s ongoing civics instruction.