4given

About me

Gender FEMALE
Industry Education
Occupation Home Educator
Location United States
Introduction Everything I have written has likely been said a whole lot better by someone else. I definitely have no insight that is deeper than what God has already revealed. Therefore, if you find anything of value here than give God the glory! I'm a 120 lb, 5'5" mother of many (a sense of humour is a must when you are raising 6 children)...that loves to snow ski and sing at the top of my lungs with my children... and take long walks with my best friend (my husband)... oh, and pillow fighting is GREAT fun!... Nicknamed "Hummingbird" by the local newspaper writer who came to observe our homeschooled family for 2 days. She wrote, "She is like a graceful hummingbird in flight." Why not "bluejay" or "Robin", you ask? It must have been the caffeine. Some of the youth group at our church call me "Spiderwoman"... again, why? Because I can climb a climbing wall like no other old lady they have ever seen. Ha. I am but a Home Educator, a pilgrim on a journey... and along the way, God-willing, teaching my six children to follow in God's way. Which is by far the richest inheritance I can leave them. One of my favorite things to do: Ski down a mountain yelling Psalm 121:1-3.
Interests Reformation, Theology, my husband, my children, my church family, health and fitness, listening to edifying music loudly, homeschooling, studying the Bible, memorizing scripture, writing, God's Glory, Bible, Calvinism, Martin Luther, Spurgeon, Puritan's, John MacArthur, Piper, Sproul, snow skiing, playing my guitar, sign language
Favorite Movies Princess Bride, The Patriot, The Lion The Witch and The Wardrobe, Bourne Identity, Bourne Supremacy, Shrek, Shrek 2
Favorite Music Derek Webb, Caedmon's Call, Third Day, Jars of Clay, Casting Crowns, BeBo, Biblically sound Hymns
Favorite Books The Bible

Which is more important to you and why: flexibility or expandability?

Flexibility. Because to be organized you must also be flexible. To be flexible is to be teachable without forsaking truth and order.