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Homeschooling an Only Child

If you're one of the few with an only child at home, you may be asking yourself the question, "Can I homeschool my only child?" The answer is yes!

How to Become a Confident Mom

God – who created you and your children – knows that you have what it takes to be just the kind of mom your children need.

Relieving Tension in the Home

It’s important that our homes be a place where everyone can release their tension in appropriate ways and find a respite and relief.

Summer: The Perfect Time to Teach Manners, Flag Etiquette

Good manners do more than make children pleasant to have around; they equip your kids to face varied social situations successfully.

Break Free of Lies You’ve Been Telling Yourself

Here's how to break free of lies you’ve been telling yourself in your mind.

Teaching Teens to Avoid Alcohol

Alcohol abuse among teens is becoming an enormous problem in America.

Your Child Can Be Good at Math

There’s a mystique about math that applies to no other subject. It’s as if humans were divided into two types: (1) those who are good in math and (2) those who aren’t.

True or False? School Choice Is Increasing

Choosing a school has increasingly become a multiple-choice question.

This Is the Way; Walk in It

My story is the story of the change from a little girl’s idea of what it meant to be a missionary, to the realization that in all of life, no matter where I am, I am called to be a missionary.

When Teens Seem Ungrateful

“I don’t need your help!” How do you respond to statements like these from your teenager?

Learning Language

Often the ability to speak two or more languages is reserved for those lucky few raised in bilingual households, but that doesn’t have to be the case.

God’s Power Never Goes Out

In Scripture, we find many invitations to trust God’s sustaining strength in the midst of life’s hardships.

Eight Tips for Traveling with Teens

A parents’ guide for avoiding attitudes, embracing adventure and deepening faith.

Math Never Tasted So Good

Our children love math! It hides in their sandwiches, seasons their spaghetti, and sweetens their apple pie.

The Homeschool Decision: How the Lord Changes Hearts and Minds

Following is the story that started it all; this is what led me to start asking others about their own stories of how the Lord led them to homeschooling.

What Do You Like? Career Exploration for Young People

Each child has a unique design of gifts and interests which God has given him or her intentionally...

  • Kevin and Kay Marie Brennfleck |
  • June 03, 2011 |
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Can You Teach Physics? ... Of Course!

So, the word physics has entered your homeschool conversations as of late, and you’re a bit stumped as to what to do with it?

Homeschooling in the African Bush

My wife Almi and I have been serving as missionaries in Kenya, East Africa, since 1996.

  • Jon and Almi Johnson |
  • May 30, 2011 |
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When Teens Reject Their Parents

Their choices won’t always be in line with ours, and that’s when we can feel rejected.

So You Think You Want to Write Fiction

What do pushing a boulder up a hill, running a marathon, and climbing Mount Everest have in common? They’re all easier than writing good fiction.

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