Freedom

Doesn’t this just make your heart leap for joy, friends?

“It is for freedom that Christ has set us free. Stand firm, then, and do not let yourselves be burdened again by a yoke of slavery.” Galatians 5:1

“I will walk about in freedom, for I have sought

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Tidbits from a Homeschooling Conference

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This past week, I had the pleasure of attending a Christian homeschooling conference. With my baby snuggled in the Ergo baby carrier, I immersed myself for two days in the wealth of wonderful encouragement, inspiration, and biblical teaching (and the smell of new books!).

Here is a “sampler” collection of a few of

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Rhythm of Rest :: A Free Gift

I have loved Daniele’s writings at Domestic Serenity over the past couple years (including her contributions here at Frugal Granola), and invited her to share this special gift with you today in the following guest post. There are no affiliate links. It’s just for you, dear reader. Enjoy!

As

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A Heart Journey

Yesterday was a special day.

It was a nephew’s 6th birthday, a sister-in-law’s birthday, the 5th anniversary of our daughter’s adoption finalization, and the day our baby boy successfully made it through his first heart surgery.

If you follow Frugal Granola on Facebook, you may have seen the quick announcement yesterday, as we headed into

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Redeemed: A DaySpring Giveaway!

Now that I’m packing around a diaper bag again, with our family’s newest addition, I was thrilled with the timely arrival of the Truly Treasured Wallet and Truly Beautiful Makeup Bag. I try to pack light, and it’s nice to be able to just add my wallet to the diaper bag as needed,

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Reflecting on the Gifts: A New Perspective

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Post by Contributing Writer, Rachael

Our family is about to make a big purchase; we are in need of a vehicle. In the midst of feeling a bit overwhelmed by our small budget and seemingly big need I decided I needed a new perspective. I took a deep breath, looked

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Weekend Inspiration {2.4}

It has been a busy week of appointments, meetings, and other projects in our home. Spring seems to be peeking around the corner, bringing us a bit more sun- and outside projects as well! Here are some of my favorite links of the week:

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Ultimate Crock Pot Mashed Potatoes @ Budget Savvy Diva… A

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Teaching Opportunities In Your Garden

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Post by Contributing Writer, Holly

I realize I’m talking about gardening, and it’s only February 1st. Yes, there are probably a few more snowy and icy days still ahead, but, in my defense, I had flower plants peeking out of the ground last year on or about

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Weekend Inspiration {1.7}

I’ve been immersing myself in “nesting” projects these recent days, as well as phasing back into homeschooling after a bit of a break for celebrations, plus I have a stack of library books awaiting me! Here are some of my favorite links of the week:

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Oatmeal Banana Cookies @ Naturally Knocked Up… A great

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O Come, All Ye…Tired?

Post by Contributing Writer, Daniele

The children in our home, like many others I’m sure, don’t quite know what to do with all the excitement and anticipation of just ‘a few more days until Christmas!’

Whew. Their Mama? While much of this month has been taken slowly and we’ve tried to find

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