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The Ban on Little House and our Surprising New Fact

I was once told that “History is the key to our past,” yet, while so true, it seems that many are trying to get us to jam that key into another door – a door that would open the minds of young people to a world where truth has been re-interpreted, twisted or erased to meet the agenda of a leftists few. After reading of the stripping of the Laura Ingalls Wilder award by the American Library Association, I was all the more tickled to hear AbiNoelle’s gasps as she rushed out of the schoolroom to tell me this surprising fact: Continue reading “The Ban on Little House and our Surprising New Fact”

$1 and a Printing Education

Often our travels bring providential opportunities. Such it was for a trip to Milford, OH for the Bible Printing Summit with Bearing Precious Seed, yet you’ll never believe the return of a dollar and printing education received! Continue reading “$1 and a Printing Education”

Audio Drama – the best Review!

Our review of Heirloom Audio Productions In the Reign of Terror kept all three of us captivated during our long hours of summer travel. What a thrill to be transported back in time to the days of the French Revolution through this superb radio drama production. We experienced the truth of history through the life of Harry whose tenure with a Christian French Aristocratic family painted a firm picture of what living during the days of the Robespierre must have been like. The professional cast, strong soundtrack and effects combined with G.A. Henty’s authorship and Bill Heid’s production team at Heirloom Audio created a riveting story, making 2 1/2 hours of road travel pass in a blink. Continue reading “Audio Drama – the best Review!”

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