Product Reviews

Review: Homeschool Mom Fitness
This post may contain affiliate links which provide commissions that help keep our ministry going. Thanks for clicking! One of the wonderful things about homeschooling is that you can stay in your pajamas on the couch many days. One of the bad things about homeschooling is that you can become a couch potato if you're…
Review: Grape Stuff BBQ Grill Mats
Labor Day doesn't mean the end of summer - it means the start of tailgating season! Of course, here in the so-called sunny South, there's a lot of good outdoor time to come, and for many of us, that means time with the grill - in the backyard, or at the stadium. Our friend JoJo…
Launching Family Business Greenhouse
People often ask us how they can start a family business like we did.¬†The problem is that they need to start a family business like only they can!   One day we were visiting with some dear friends and talking about the need to help families who want the freedom and flexibility both our families…
Teaching Languages
This weekend we were at the HINTS Conference in Charlotte and I happened to have the most interesting conversation with Caryn Hommel of Excelerate¬†Language. I thought I'd come back over and interview her so you guys could hear from her, too. Hi Caryn, tell me again why you believe the way most language programs work…
Review: “Courageous”
Not many movies had me in tears in the opening sequence. "Courageous" did. I'm not an "early adopter" of whatever comes down the road--I think I didn't upgrade to Windows 95 until Windows 98 came out. Movies are a little different, and there may not be many days left in the theater schedule for this…
Hooray! Let’s Celebrate!
Raising Real Men has been named Christian Small Publishers 2011 Book of the Year!! We can hardly believe it ourselves, but it's true! Won't you come celebrate with us at our first ever Facebook Party tonight at 8pm EST? All you have to do is go to the Raising Real Men Facebook Page, login to…
Catan Game Opens the Old West
Our family enjoys board games from time to time, especially old standards like Monopoly, Clue, and Scrabble. We also enjoy history, geography and trains. Our friends at Timberdoodle sent us a board game that combines them all, and we've added a new game to our list of favorites! Settlers of America: Trails to Rails is…