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Michele Atha
I'm a crazy missionary wife who makes do and tries to bloom wherever I go.
I'm a crazy missionary wife who makes do and tries to bloom wherever I go.
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Another good story for the nephews...
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  Just read this “delightful” little book on my Kindle this week.  It’s free, by the way.  Tells all about how to funnel your homeschooled children’s activities into real learning opportunities and how some of that just might count as “real school”…
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I’m not a great teacher, but I try hard. Your future is what motivates me to do well. My goal for each of you since you were little has been to become well rounded world citizens with a love for Christian service. When other mk mothers went loony because…
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On August 7th, we took our last homeschooled boy to the airport in the big city and sent him off on a jet plane to the USA.  There were lots of last photos with friends and quite a few last meals and parties beforehand. He had to make his way through…
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New post after a little sabbactical...
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Music man coming home ...

After a week at the annual Sacred Music Week at the Cariri Baptist Seminary in Crato, Ceará, Brazil, Greyson was invited to go along with some others who were on their way to a second week of music fun.  This second adventure was in Natal, Rio Grande do…
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Greyson, the traveling musician...

Our student has been traveling!  This past week he was at the Sacred Music Week at the Bible seminary in Crato, Ceará.  This has been an annual event for Greyson since 2013.  This year two other fellows from our church went along.  Participation in the…
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My high school junior is done with History, 2 tests away from the end of his science book, on his last pages in Algebra, and writing the epilogue to his novel.  German is all done.  His Brazilian Lit readings are nearly completed.  Hence, we are close to…
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