W is for Wisdom

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W is for wisdom. There’s very little wisdom found among young peers in the schoolyard. But homeschooled kids can gain wisdom from their parents and grandparents, as well as other family members, neighbors and the adults with whom they come into contact during their daily lives out in the real world. Homeschooled kids also have the opportunity to read classic books (as opposed to modern textbooks) where even more wisdom is available for the taking. Increased access to wisdom is one of the many advantages to homeschooling your children.

How do you prepare your children for the new 21st century economy? By raising them to thrive!

A Wise Christian Husband

A while back, Vice President Mike Pence was criticized by many in the press because he prefers not to dine alone with a woman who is not his wife, and doesn’t attend functions where alcohol is served without his wife.

This wonderful article by Mollie Hemingway fully explains the wisdom of Pence’s stance. I highly recommend it.