Even if the schooling never stopped, homeschool moms get sucked into back to school season, too. Here are seven things every homeschool mom does before school starts:
Now that the Olympics are over, we’ve gathered the best Olympic tweets in the Twitter sphere. Some of them were insightful, some of them negative, and some of them were just plain funny. Below are the funny ones. Here are the ten most hilarious sentiments expressed in 140 characters or less during the 2016 Olympics in Rio.
Coincidence or providence? When things happen that don’t have an explanation, we turn our eyes towards heaven. We know the Bible is full of miracles in the Old Testament and the New Testament, but what about modern miracles? There are countless stories about God working miraculously today, and many family movies that portray these true stories. Remembering Biblical miracles and hearing about the modern ones is a sure way to strengthen your faith.
Shortly after landing in Tel Aviv, all forty three of us tired American students shuffled onto the large tour bus that would be our transportation for the next eight days. It’s an odd feeling, when the only thing keeping you awake is excitement and curiosity. I had been traveling for thirty hours already when we touched down on Israeli soil, so I don’t remember every detail from that first day.
Last week, Pure Flix Insider got the chance to hear from the actors of TV series, “Ties that Bind.” The actors gave us the lowdown of life on set and how they stay in character. Season one of “Ties that Bind” premiered on the UP Network last year and is now available to stream at PureFlix.com.
"She was no longer wrestling with the grief, but could sit down with it as a lasting companion and make it a sharer in her thoughts."
These words by George Eliot perfectly capture the character of Suzanne Waters in the Christian movie, “God’s Compass.” Though we never actually meet Suzanne Waters’ late husband in the film, we come to know his character through her stories of him, his old artifacts around her house, and even the brief sentences Suzanne says out loud to him, confident that he can hear her from heaven. Suzanne no longer wrestles with her grief, but it still lingers like a “lasting companion.” However, even in her loss, she finds joy and purpose in channeling her love toward those that God has put in her life.
Though grief cannot be completely erased until we are in heaven, we can, like Suzanne Waters, find solace in God’s plan for us and for our loved ones. If you have recently experienced a great loss in your life, here are 5 ways that may help you to cope.
If you haven’t seen the Christian movie, “Princess Cut,” you are in for a refreshing take on romance that most secular movies fail to portray. This new romantic-comedy tells the story of young Grace who has dated too many men that have completely failed her expectations.
Last Tuesday in L.A., Adele invited a fan to sing for a sold out Staples Center. Luckily for Adele (and her fans present) that fan happened to be Grammy-Nominated Christian singer, Jamie Grace.
"CSI: Crime Scene Investigation” was one of the most popular television dramas for fifteen straight seasons, and many fans mourned the end of the show in September of last year. The show was insanely popular in its heydey, garnering an audience of almost 74 million viewers, at the time making it the most-watched television show in the world.
We are daily inundated with advertisements: online, on the highway, and on television. Because commercials are an everyday phenomenon, we don’t often think about their effect on us. A number of mental health professionals, however, have raised concerns about the effect of this type of media (particularly on children). What does the research say about TV commercials? Here’s a summary: