I’m so glad you’re here!

I hope this blog builds you up.

I hope it gives you insights that help you worship God, love people, and treasure life.

So, I’ll offer the best-of-my-best thoughts about marriage, motherhood, ministry, homeschooling, and walking with God. I hope you think more widely, love more deeply,and live more vibrantly because you were here.

That photo of my family includes the faces I spend my waking hours loving, helping, kissing, and teaching.

In this season of life, I’m primarily a homeschooling mother of our five children. But I’m also a writer and a teacher.

Back in the day, I earned my B.S. in Biology, B.A. in English Literature, and M.A. in English Literature. I’ve helped to start a thriving Christian high school called Grace Prep. I taught English Literature there for several years. I also taught composition classes at Penn State University. Over the years, I earned my Certificate in Women’s Ministry from Westminster Theological Seminary in Pennsylvania.

SO… there’s usually something about “honoring humanity”, “education”, “understanding life”, “loving God”, and “loving people” stirring in my mind. I know, deep thoughts… You’ll probably see lots of that on this blog. 😉

Because of the current joys in my life, most of my specific topics focus on marriage, motherhood, and ministering in the local church.  I love to discover the real-time application of the Bible and share it with readers like you. Scripture is so dear to the human being and we are wise to read and embrace it. How generous of God to provide such a vibrant light for our pilgrim path!

One little thing about me to get us started:

I discover snippets of my autobiography in Scripture, music, stories, nature, and people… if I could collect each one, I think I’d have a decent scrapbook of my life. There are bits and pieces of my collection scattered throughout this blog.

Perhaps the first page of my autobiography would contain a copy of Fanny Crosby’s hymn, “All The Way My Savior Leads Me”.

Here it is, sung by Chris Tomlin:

All the way my Savior leads me
Who have I to ask beside
How could I doubt His tender mercy
Who through life has been my guide

All the way my Savior leads me
Cheers each winding path I tread
Gives me grace for every trial
Feeds me with the living Bread

You lead me and keep me from falling
You carry me close to Your heart
And surely Your goodness and
mercy will follow me

All the way my Savior leads me
O, the fullness of His love
O, the sureness of His promise
In the triumph of His blood
And when my spirit clothed immortal
Wings it’s flight to realms of day
This my song through endless ages
Jesus led me all the way
Jesus led me all the way

All the way my Savior leads me
All the way my Savior leads me

What about you?

Who are you and what interests you about this blog? I’d love to know!

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  33. Could Ann Ward’s Learning at Home preschool/kindergarten be used for a Home Child Care that consist of 8-12 preschoolers?

    Thank you in advance for your response!

    1. Yes! It is a Christian curriculum and contains a Bible portion that guides the topics, especially in Science and Literature.

  34. I just want to tell you how deeply I appreciate your sharing your story in Covenant Eyes; it gives me both hope as well as clarity. I am not married, but my boyfriend and I are fellow believers and worshippers. He so needs the accountability of fellow Christian men. He is too emotionally connected to his sister-in-law, whose favorite book is Fifty Shades of Grey, and I realize now the insidious effect her relationship with Rich has had on our relationship and how it has poisoned it. Rich has blamed me for “not getting along with her better,” which means turning a blind eye to her porn addiction, as he does. Thank you so very deeply for having the courage to share your story.

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