Of Ca-PRIS and Cracker Barrel

During this spring homeschool convention season, Ray and I stopped for a meal at Cracker Barrel. It was part of our continuing quest to eat our on-the-road meals sitting down in an actual chair at an actual table, instead of in the seat of a car, which has been our pattern much too often during […]

The Hand That Rocks the Cradle Rules the World

Yesterday I read this statement by Dr. Ben Carson. America is not a top-down nation. It’s not the job of our political leaders to transform our communities. They can help, but first and foremost, this is our job as citizens and as people of faith. At the most grassroots level, we must act on our […]

Education Standards

Public educators talk a great deal about standards. It has become commonplace for departments of education, both state and federal, to flex their authoritative muscles about how children should be educated. Matthew, Mark, and Luke all tell the story of a confrontation between Jesus and the chief priests and the elders. This incident occurred in the […]