Of Aristotle’s Five Common Topics, Comparison has always been the easiest for me. Perhaps it is because I grew up comparing things, whether good or bad, all of my life. This summer I led a seminar in using the topic of Comparison to generate ideas for an entire paper. The topic of Comparison generates a…

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I love the pace of summer. Even though we generally have a variety of different events that mess up the routine, the overall pace of summer is restful. The sun slows me down, invites me to soak in its goodness, and reminds me of God’s faithfulness. Sometimes we need reminding of these truths that seemed…

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My husband is tutoring my son’s Challenge IV class in Classical Conversations this year, so we’re full on in graduation season. I tutored this class for a couple of years and my husband has had them for the last three, so these kids seem like family to us. As I thought about what I’d like…

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Having a pen handy when I’m at church or just reading my Bible is important because I always want to write down my notes when I’m reading. This simple Bible study pen pouch is quick to sew, super inexpensive, and keeps your pen handy to jot down your thoughts when you need to write them…

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Our morning time over this past year has centered around reading through the Bible and then digging into His Word together. Our favorite resource is RightNow Media. We get access through our church account, but you can also get access if you’re a member of CC Connected. We’ve found some excellent resources that have offered…

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