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Do We Have to Give Up Our Dreams?

Does home schooling really mean we have to give up our dreams? I wondered for a while.

How to Connect With Your Teen

Are you connecting with your teenager or growing farther apart every day? Here are three things you can do to communicate and connect on a deeper level.

I Don’t Love Math, So How Can I Homeschool My Child?

Susan, a homeschooling mother, hated math. She always had...

I Prayed for Zucchini; God Sent Me Lilies

I had to learn one more time that what we have doesn’t come from my talent, work or effort. It instead is a gift from God.

Katy Perry and the Sexualization of Girls

Kid-themed bright colors, spinning peppermint forest, and wide-eyed kewpie-doll smiles belie Perry’s underlying raunchy adult-themed sexual message.

A Christian Approach to History

A Christian approach to history should be intrinsically just, rational, and hopeful.

The Value of Fellowship

I needed others to talk to who were walking the same path that I was walking.

Teaching Your Daughter Modesty

With warmer temperatures comes a challenge for parents: how to help their daughters dress modestly?

Technology Instruction at Home

Gaining and then instilling the proper perspective regarding technical goals and practices should be a top concern as we homeschool.

The Odds Against Homeschooling

Are the odds really against homeschoolers, or are the challenges really part of a higher plan which God uses to manifest His wonderful grace?

Establishing Family Rules

If our teens don’t “buy in” to the rules, the relational approach makes enforcing those rules more difficult.

Cultivating Writing In High School

Published author C.J. Darlington offers five tips on how to cultivate your writing and the writing of your children.

Go Forth to China, With Love

If you were to send someone on an important, dangerous mission, what kind of person would you send?

Teen Dreams: Church Influences Career Choice

A new Barna Group study shows that most young people have clear ideas of what they would like to do, and their faith plays a role in their decisions.

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.

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