Mustard Seed Sewing offers a new service for catechists and parents. Homeschooler Ann Marie Darby helped develop a Catechesis of the Good Shepherd level 1 atrium in her home parish in rural Northeast Ohio. She has carved out a sewing room in the Darby family farm where she creates beautiful items to enhance worship... Continue Reading →
My son is starting to read in the YA category, and when he picked up Hunger Games from the class library (and finished reading it that day) I wanted to re-read it myself so we could process together. Between a fast plot and a highly readable writing style, this book stands out as a YA... Continue Reading →
Today, I officially closed my Affiliate accounts. You might notice the "Affiliate Disclaimers" have been removed from my site. While the recommendation links are still in place, I'm no longer signed up to receive any advertising funds. Why? When I started Farrell Ink and was blogging more, it made sense for me to make a... Continue Reading →
In a church, your fundraisers should do more than bring in money! They should teach your values. We used a Monks Bread fundraiser to buy kid-sized furniture.
Congratulations! You've decided to start a Catechesis of the Good Shepherd atrium in your school, congregation, or home! You have chosen an experiential, Montessori-based method of praying with children. The atrium is a special place for your beloved children to encounter the Good Shepherd. But where do you start? It takes 3 critical elements to... Continue Reading →
Take your Chicken Lady game to the next level. These fun tips and tools will delight any chicken lover. Some might surprise you!
Engage young children in the story of Easter with homemade Resurrection eggs. Free download included.