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Five Important Women of the Reformation

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Declarations of a Challenge A Mom

For those of you who know me, you know that my journey through Classical Conversations is a different one from most. I started working with Classical Conversations in 2006. It was small then; I remember once someone saying something about corporate and someone else saying that corporate was just Leigh Bortins and one other person.

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Is the Reformation Worth Celebrating?

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An Education that Challenges Culture

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Why My Kid Does Not Need Bath Toys

Our two-year-old boy old loves his bath. Many well-meaning relatives wanted to get him some bath toys for his birthday and for Christmas. For some reason, I balked at the idea. It took me a while, but with God’s help, I was able to figure out why I had such a violent reaction to that idea. Two reasons: we do not need more stuff and the bath itself is a toy.

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Starting Slow

A long time ago I ran a marathon. In Alaska. At the base of Mt. McKinley.

Seriously, in my current fitness state that idea feels ridiculous now. It sounded like a good idea at the time. My husband to be and I were newly engaged and it felt like the perfect way to prepare for a lifetime together. What better metaphor for marriage could there be than training for the long haul of a marathon? Or something like that. I’ll blame it on my head-over-heels-in-love state.

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