A Father's Heartbeat

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Protecting our children from the Larry Nassars

The recent news about Dr. Larry Nassar, a world-renowned sports physician convicted for charges of child molestation, receiving and possessing child pornography is a shocking one. Around more than 160 women say Larry Nassar sexually abused them. He’s now been… Continue Reading →

“There is something special in everyone” is not a cliché

Just recently I recorded a video of my 4-year-old sweet little niece Adora, where she’s sharing her version of the Jesus story. All I did was place a camera in front of her and let her speak her heart. And… Continue Reading →

‘Jack of all trades, master of none’ is not a bad thing

This morning while traveling with my family I suddenly remembered the phrase “Jack of all trades, master of none” quoted to me when I was young. I would be ridiculed for being good at many things and not a master… Continue Reading →

Wish December had 40 days instead of 31

This morning when the boys woke up from their sleep, Jane reminded them that today is the 30th of December and the month is ending tomorrow to which Jairus responded “Wish December had 40 days instead of 31!”, which made… Continue Reading →

Homeschooling Journey of Virdi Family (Ranjit, Linnet, Joash & Nathan)

An Interview with a Homeschooling family & dear friends from Thane, Maharashtra – India. Virdi Family has been homeschooling their boys since last 2 years and in this video they share their journey with us. Other Homeschooling Articles: Homeschooling in… Continue Reading →

Practical Homeschooling and our Parenting Journey

I want to share about what homeschooling looks like for us. It’s not possible to talk about homeschooling and not talk about our faith because the two are interlinked. If not for our firm convictions in the truth of Gods… Continue Reading →

Appreciate the Colors in your Life

I was inspired to write this article after I watched a video on facebook of a Man whose wife and children pitched to buy him an Enchroma glasses on his birthday so that he could see color for the first… Continue Reading →

Our Homeschooling Curriculum So Far

When it comes to homeschooling, parents often inquire about what kind of curriculum we follow to which we respond that we pick and choose between different curriculum depending on our children’s learning style. In this article, I want to list… Continue Reading →

The Truth lies Beyond Perception

God gave us this beautiful life to be lived in its full measure, to enjoy the beauty of his creation, to cherish the moments of joy and awakenings that happen when we discover new things, new possibilities, and new relationships…. Continue Reading →

How to Start Homeschooling In India?

My wife and I started homeschooling our first child around six years back, and it wasn’t as popular then as it has become now in a short span of time. Though homeschooling is common in many other countries, in India,… Continue Reading →

#10DayTriptoKerala on a #32HrTrainJourney

After a long gap of around 4-5 years we spontaneously decided to go on a 10 day trip to Kerala. Both the boys are grownup now and can understand and remember a lot. We decided to travel on a 32… Continue Reading →

The Enchanting History of our Nation India

In school, history was never a subject of interest. Instead I hated it to the core because reading a history book meant remembering irrelevant names and places that will appear in the final examination paper. I was never good at… Continue Reading →

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