12 Bible Verses For The Weary Mom | The Musings of Mum

12 Bible Verses For The Weary Mom | Free Printable

A few weeks ago, I shared how exhausted I’d been, and how I realized that all the running and doing affected my health, and left me running on fumes. The thing is, that when we’re weary we get distracted. When we’re distracted we let our guard down. When we let our guard down, the enemy […]

Reader Favorites: Top 10 Posts of 2016

This past year was full of unexpected changes for our family; and though in the beginning things looked grim, the Lord blessed the final outcome. This was also the year in which I finally started to blog regularly, something I’d been wanting to do for years. I want to thank you, my readers for your […]

Homeschool Mother’s Journal: January Edition

When I started this blogging journey 4 years ago, my intention was to document where the homeschool adventure had taken us. After taking multiple blogging breaks and finally finding our groove, I’m back to where it all started. I’m joining homeschool bloggers across the web and in sharing our plans, wins and fails every month. In my […]

What is Christian Apologetics? - The Musings of Mum

What is Christian Apologetics?

(This post contains affiliate links, see my full disclosure here.) The word apologetics, originates from the Greek word apologia. Though it sounds like the English word ‘apology’, the meaning is significantly different. Apologia was the term used when making a legal defense in an ancient court. It is a careful defense of one’s beliefs or actions. […]

What I'm Reading: January Edition | The Musings of Mum

What I’m Reading: January Edition

(This post contains affiliate links, see my full disclosure here.) If there is one thing that every homeschool, household has in common is a ridiculous need to hoard books. I buy books from friends, I buy them online and at bookstores. I’m first in line at the public library sales (fill a giant bag of books […]

Christmas In Bolivia

As we prepare to celebrate the birth of Christ, I’m exited to share some Christmas traditions, and how we celebrate Christmas in Bolivia; my homeland. (This post contains affiliate links, see my full disclosure here.) My family immigrated to the United States when I was just 11 years old, my husband’s family arrived from the Philippines […]

5 Days of Easy Christmas Crafts: Jesus in the Manger

(This post contains affiliate links, see my full disclosure here.) Supplies: cardstock: black (1 per child), brown, beige, blue only small pieces used glue scissors pipe cleaners (1 per child) paper bag shreds white pencil or crayon Prep-Time: 10 minutes (20 kids) Directions: Cut brown paper into 4″ X 1″ strips, you will need 2 per child. […]

Apologetics At Home: Top 10 Kid-Friendly Resources

(This post contains affiliate links, see my full disclosure here.) Eleven years ago, I left a job at a company I loved, because my faith was under attack. I was mocked, and wrongly accused, yet the worst part was lacking the words to articulate my belief in Christ; and not having the ability defend my faith. […]

J. Paul Getty: Industrialist, Art Collector, Philanthropist

(This post contains affiliate links, see my full disclosure here.) The Industrialist John Paul Getty was born on December 15th, 1892, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. After graduating from Oxford University with degrees in political science and economics, he returned to the Unites States and made his first million by the age of 23. He began drilling for oil […]

5 Days of Easy Christmas Crafts: Christmas Light Stencil Art

(This post contains affiliate links, see my full disclosure here.) Supplies: black cardstock (1 per child) scissors scrap paper Prep-Time: 2 minutes  Directions: Cut out Christmas bulb shaped pieces out of the scrap paper. Use the paper cutouts as stencils and trace with chalk on black paper. Using green chalk draw cord from bulb to bulb. […]