Posts Tagged ‘wisdom’

I Say YES…God’s Answers to Prayers Part 2


In my previous post,  God’s Answers to Prayers , I shared that God sometimes gives us a NO answers to our prayers. Today, as I continue to reflect on Dr. Stanley’s book,  let me share what he says are the prerequisites to receiving a YES answer from the Lord. God balances His giving to us. He desires […] Read more…

Blessed in Need


“Let me ask you something. If someone prays for patience, you think God gives them patience? Or does he give them the opportunity to be patient? If he prayed for courage, does God give him courage, or does he give him opportunities to be courageous? If someone prayed for the family to be closer, do you […] Read more…

I’ll Tape it Back


Our first-grader, Jianne and I were talking about parts of the plant this morning. We went outside to get samples of leaves and flowers. I just picked a random leaf from the garden and took it inside. We talked about the leaf acting like the chef of the plant as it is in charge for making the […] Read more…

Time for a Cool Change


I’m so happy to know that the number of homeschooling families in the Philippines have increased significantly. I have talked to other young parents who are planning to homeschool their toddlers, even their babies too when the time comes. Our family has been enrolled in this homeschool provider A for four years. Their system is […] Read more…

A Parent’s Checklist


For seven seasons now, I have been part of this wonderful bible study group of women called BSF (Bible Study Fellowship). Each season, which is like an entire school year, men, women, toddlers, children, even teens, from all over the world study God’s word thoroughly. Check out http://www.bsfinternational.org for BSF classes in your country/area.  It […] Read more…

Quitting Homeschool—Not!


In my four years of homeschooling Coby, I could no longer count the times I said, “I’m done!” “This is over!” or “It’s just too hard, I can’t do it anymore!” I guess I’m not the only homeschooling mom who felt this way at least once in their entire homeschooling life. Until one day, I […] Read more…