Browsing Category: Faith

Speak Up…before it’s too late.

In the late 80s, early 90s many parents saw the trajectory of the American school system and how it was failing children. They decided to pull their kids and educate them at home. A good and noble thing.

But it wasn’t enough.

30 years and a pandemic later the American school system is in crisis as it has continued to fail our children and our country.

Somewhere along the line it was believed that if kids were pulled out of school, they were fighting against the problem. But there weren’t enough people who pulled their kids out, and when they did, they removed themselves from having any impact on the children that were still in the classroom.

The future of any society is dependent on its children. Right now I’m speaking to EVERYONE who DOESN’T have a child in the public school system: Homeschoolers, parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, retired, working, clergy, those without children. STAND UP AND SPEAK UP!


It’s not just about protecting only your children. It’s about protecting every child. It’s about protecting our nation’s future. It’s about speaking up for children who DO NOT have someone who can do that for them.

Too many children in our school systems DO NOT have a grownup in their life who is able to fight for them (whether it’s curriculum, masks, or vaccines). They are trusting the school system, out of exhaustion, to provide a solid educational foundation for their children, and it is FAILING them.

If you don’t like what you’re seeing in our country, then stand up, start speaking out at school board meetings, start running for school board positions, start writing letters to your school boards and superintendents. Because those of us in the trenches are tired and we are losing because there is not enough of us fighting, and it is EVERYONE’s fight.

Every single person in this country should be interested in what children are being taught in school, not just the extremist left. You want your values, your beliefs, your morals and ethics to continue in this country, then you need to start in your school district, and NOT just pull your kids out. 

If people truly want change in our country then you start with children. Ask any dictator, Hitler, Stalin, Che Guavera, Castro, Mao, as the children go, so does a country.  We can no longer sit idly by, because evil never rests.

Curious Faith {a Review}

This book came out in 2016, it was one that I immediately pre-ordered and then it sat on my shelf. I wanted to sit and savor, to really enjoy this book, but in that moment life was burning and I was crashing.

I finally picked it up this week. MAN! What is it about picking up just the right book at just the right time?!

First off, if you have read this book before, I suggest re-reading it in light of the current pandemic situation: So BEYOND relevant, particularly chapters 5-6.

I first “met” Logan at the 2012 Allume conference, and had been following her blog for sometime, “Enjoying Life for Dessert”. I loved her bright sparkly personality, and absolute joy and zest for life. I still do!

Logan does a fantastic job of speaking to those of us who are “less holy” than others. Those who get angry at God, who are willing to wrestle with Him, and not be ashamed when they throw a few curse words around. She meets those of us who have big feelings and big struggles with God, without being sanctimonious.

She addresses throughout the book what it means to have a Curious Faith, to not allow ourselves to become stagnant and complacent, guided by fear and worry, but to continually seek God in such a way that allows us to see fresh His movement in our lives, as well as our ability to move in Him growing constantly.

I can’t recommend this book enough