Being a part of the Homeschool Review Crew there are always some awesome opportunities to expand what we do on our blogs. This time around? Blogging through the Alphabet.

I did this last year and almost made it through the whole alphabet…sigh


I figure..why not do it again? Especially since I really need to blog more. May be this is the accountability I need?  Someone give a lil poke if I disappear…..LOL


So along with my friends from the Crew, Amanda from Hopkins Homeschool and Annette at A Net in Time, here we are starting out with, of course, the letter “A”.


Suffice to say, because I am so good at starting things…then starting more things…then getting distracted (look…squirrel…haha) and then finding more things to explore….I am really focusing on being ABLE.


There is something to be said for knowing what we can and cannot do. Our strengths.  Our weaknesses. Staying humble. Being teachable.


Surely we are always able. There is nothing that we cannot do, God willing.


As we learn and as we grow in Christ, perhaps we need to step back now and then and cry out: “I do believe; help my unbelief”.


Because with faith we are always able. We have the victory; He has already prepared the way for us. We must simply have the faith (know that we are able. For “All things are possible to him who believes” (Mark 9:23).


Let us never forget that we are ABLE.   ❤







9 thoughts on “~~ BLOGGING THE ALPHABET ~~

  1. Being ABLE really struck home for me. I think it is because homeschooling your children really is about digging deep into a place you did not know existed within yourself and finding the strength to be able. Great post!

  2. I was just reading about this in my devotions this morning – that through faith, God allows us to be able to do the things He wants us to do. Apparently this is something He really wants me to focus on today. 🙂

  3. Our God, He is able – Amen!
    So glad you are participating in this series. Looking forward to letter ‘B’ 🙂

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