by Heather Bock A few weeks ago, I shelled out $35 for my nine-year-old son to take a standardized test. It turned out to be a test given to mostly elite private schools, but I didn't really care which test, as long as it was at his grade level--I just wanted him to have the … Continue reading Failure: Will God Do What I Can’t Do?
by Heather Bock The people of Israel waited with bated breath to hear Ezra read the book of the law of Moses to them. These were the people who had recently chosen to come out of captivity when they were given the opportunity by King Artaxerxes of Persia, an extremely understanding man among few others, … Continue reading The Joy of the Lord is your Strength
by Heather Bock Today was the first day of my homeschool community, Classical Conversations. I posted the obligatory "First Day of School" pictures on Facebook, and my kids looked cute and sweet. That didn't last long for my youngest. I remember thinking Little E was bad when she was in my class that first year … Continue reading I Am Not Perfect And Neither Is My Kid