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To Future Generations

If I could speak to future generations, My sons and daughters, their offspring to be, I’d say, begin with, I don’t know anything, Then ask for ears that hear, and eyes that see. Assumptions are the downfall of all wisemen … Read more

February 18, 2021 (0) comments

La educación en el hogar como forma de vida

Para muchos, la “educación” es el enfoque principal en la “educación en el hogar”. En cuanto a mí, “hogar” es lo más importante. “Hola, Rebekah, soy tu mamá… Te quiero… ¿Te gustaría cantar la canción del ABC conmigo, Rebekah? Aquí … Read more

November 24, 2018 2 comments

Observing the Process

At four years old, my son was letting me know that he was ready to learn how to read.

June 19, 2018 (0) comments

And the Truth Shall Make You Free

One day when I was 8 years old, I went down to the mailbox to get the mail. Lying in the grass near the mailbox was a magazine with a solid white cover. I assumed some of our mail had … Read more

February 15, 2017 3 comments
Joy Training

Joy Training

As a wife and mother I find joy to be one of the most useful attributes a woman could have.

December 11, 2015 (0) comments
Calling All Teenagers

Calling All Teenagers

Calling all teenagers…normal, healthy, smart, beautiful, talented, needed, wonderful…hey, I’m talking to you! Tandy was twelve years old when the first boy gave her “the look” that sent a thrill right down her backbone.

October 15, 2015 (0) comments
Then and Now: Reinforcements Coming

Then and Now: Reinforcements Coming and You Are that Mighty Army


There is a mighty army Being trained to stand and fight, A battlefield of soldiers Learning what is right… You are that mighty army, We’ve watched you being trained; You’ve been given God’s glorious armor, Now go in Jesus’ name.

December 13, 2013 (0) comments

Chapter 3 The Gami Akij Story

Rebekah reports of the grace and power of Christ as she ministered to the people in Papua New Guinea for a year—alone.

April 30, 2013 (1) comment

Chapter 2 The Gami Akij Story

From Sorcery to Christ. Gami was unhappy as a sorcerer. When he met an old missionary, he found out why. Listen to the rest of Rebekah’s account of Gami Akij.

April 16, 2013 2 comments

Chapter 1 The Gami Akij Story

Rebekah reports of the grace and power of Christ as she ministered to the people in Papua New Guinea for a year—alone.

April 2, 2013 2 comments
A Cup of Tea

A Cup of Tea

“Fine china” will never make it to heaven.

June 15, 2007 5 comments

Noah’s Wife

Viewing life as an adventure, not a trial

December 15, 2006 5 comments
Calendula blossom

Blooming Where We’re Planted

If a soulless flower can give God glory by blooming regardless of circumstance, what might I do—what must I do—as a child of God?

December 15, 2004 4 comments

Homeschool Kid—Sing My Song

Small children love to be identified, “you’re a carpenter, you fixed my chair!” or “those are good brownies, you’re our little cook.”

June 15, 2004 3 comments

Child Labor

Dad always had a mischievous habit of asking visiting children (of all ages) a question: “Hey little man, what do you do for a living?”

February 15, 2004 (0) comments