Tag: Christmas

Christmas for Real People: Now and Not Yet 7SistersHomeschool.com shares a guest post from Kyle Thorp about our imperfect Christmases that are part of God's perfect plan.

Christmas for Real People: Now and Not Yet by Kyle Thorp

Kyle Thorp is a homeschool graduate, and graduate of Grove City College and graduate student at Liberty University. He is the son of 7Sisters, Allison. These words of his from a few years ago are one of many inspirational, encouraging and REAL parts of Christmas with 7Sisters: Real Christmas for Real People.  Click here to…

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Real Holidays: Real Blessings and Real Struggles. 7SistersHomeschool.com share about real people in the real holiday season.

Holidays – Real Blessings and Real Struggles

With the holiday season rapidly moving in, we wanted to share with you our encouragement to be REAL this Christmas. Family life is not always neat and tidy. Holiday celebrations are sometimes hard. The blessings of celebrating Christmas with loved ones are real…but so are the struggles that press down on us some years. Holiday…

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Homeschool Christmas Poem 7SistersHomeschool.com brings you a holiday poem especially for homeschool moms!

A Homeschool Christmas Poem

In honor of our annual Baking Day with Kym Smythe and her kids, here is my silly ode to Christmas baking with Jonah, my youngest.

Our Lifepac science lesson beckons, but I hear the call
Of snickerdoodles, lemon squares, and chocolate chips for all.
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What You Should Know About “It's a Wonderful Life” 7SistersHomeschool.com

What You Should Know About “It’s a Wonderful Life”

It’s the movie that people either love or hate at Christmastime; Frank Capra’s “It’s a Wonderful Life” is one of my favorites. Now, I don’t want to discuss the theological problems with angels earning their wings, or anything else of that nature….it’s fiction, people!

The reason I think this movie is so special is because of it’s central theme, the thing I have said in my own way to anyone who will listen for 15 years: U.B.U. (You say it just like it looks… “you be you.”)
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