Understanding social media as a parent

Facebook and Myspace came out about the time I was in high school. I remember talking about it with my friends ands setting up our accounts together. It was awesome because it was a place away from our parents eyes. We could talk to one another, look up whatever information …

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Are we biting and devouring one another?

When I was the head wrangler at Camp Redcloud one of the scripture themes during staff training focused on Galatians 5:15 that says if you bite and devour one another, watch out or you will be destroyed by one another. It was thought provoking to me then and it is …

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How social is your business?

One of RCV‘s most successful social media client runs their online presence as it was intended. A laid back place to shoot the breeze and make you feel like you are drinking a coffee, enjoying a beer and getting to know friends and clients better. Every business owner knows our …

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What if all I had to do was honor and glorify God?

Over the course of the last year we have been working to build RCV Web Service. RCV stands for Russell’s Creative Ventures. It is an umbrella company that houses our many passions, talents and gifts. We are blessed to be a family owned and operated business that seeks to build …

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How do you give homeschool one on one time to multiple kids?

We utilize unit studies as much as possible in our homeschooling. Everything from science and history to art and family work time. Working together inspires the littles to learn and it inspires the oldest to lead. It also teaches to respect all levels of learning. As much as we try …

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How do you choose multiple curriculums?

Seven years ago when we began homeschooling I was overwhelmed with what curriculum to choose. I was even more baffled by the moms who were piecing their curriculum together. I could not figure out how they knew which pieces of what curriculum programs to use. It all seemed like I …

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