Struggling to find, maintain or like a Bible curriculum for your multi-age homeschool? Don’t function well in the morning, but still wanting to start your homeschool day off seeking His Word? This is for you: Bible class for slackers.
The thing about eating well with a menu is that it still does depend on several factors. You can very nearly life-proof your menu plan. Even when you can’t afford to.
Milk kefir is expensive, yo! And, sure, you could buy some grains, but if you’re like me, you’re going to accidentally kill them. Then you’re back to spending way too much buying it from the store. Orrrrr you can make it my way: the slacker way!!!
Crazy East Texas weather, happenings at the homestead, intentional community hosted events and the Iron Heart’s BREAKING NEWS – you don’t want to miss this issue of The Compound Call!
Up until this year, besides the occasional paper chain or randomly acquired calendar, we have not really made it a practice to observe the Advent season. This year that is all going to change… But in true slacker fashion: last minute, maybe a tiny bit late and real easy.
The Advent Season Plan
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I have people talking to me about Christmas presents and how their homes were decorated for Christmastime November 1st.
What?! I am still shocked that’s it’s November!
I haven’t yet planned anything for our Thanksgiving gathering and even less a Thanksgiving lesson plan. So, this is what I am going to do: slap this post together and then go send out a bunch of texts to the Iron Heart Mamas to plan The Compound’s Thanksgiving festivities…
So, here it is, friend. A little link-heavy, but well worth it.
We love the life with the Iron Heart families here at The Compound. We also have many honorary Iron Hearts near and far…
Are you an Iron Heart friend?
“Wake up every day with a sense of expectation because Jesus Christ is your Lord.”
1 Thessalonians 5:23-24 (ESV)
Now may the God of peace himself sanctify you completely, and may your whole spirit and soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ.
He who calls you is faithful; he will surely do it.