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“Why Do We Let Them Dress Like That?”

In a recent Wall Street Journal article, Mrs. Jennifer Moses asks, “Why do so many of us not only permit our teenage daughters to dress like this... but pay for them to do it with our AmEx cards?”

Is Easter a Pagan Holiday? Part One

There has been an increasing trend among evangelicals to shun Easter as allegedly being derived from a pagan source. Explore the history here!

Protecting Your Son From Aggressive Girls

How can we prepare our teenage sons for dealing with the attention and temptation being thrown at them?

Why You Should Empower Your Teen

While there may be rare moments when we have to grab the wheel from our kids, it’s important that we begin letting go when kids reach the teen years.

  • Mark Gregston, Heartlight Ministries |
  • March 25, 2011 |
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Lesson Planning With the Lesson Planner

Whether it’s on hard copy in a notebook or on a CD-ROM for your computer, it is one of the most important tools a homeschool mom can own. Here's an overview of the best lesson-planners I've found.

Someone’s Watching! Homeschooling by Example

It's high time we realize that everyone has faults, insecurities, problems, and weak areas. And it’s because we’re people—not because we’re homeschoolers.

Combat Sexual Pressure by Changing the Script

Youth consistently believe that more of their peers are having sex than they really are. Our young people need to know they are not alone in their choice to live sexually pure lives.

  • Rebecca Hagelin, Author |
  • March 18, 2011 |
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Helping Your Child Make Sense of Disaster

Even a little person can make a big difference. As Japan's disaster recovery unfolds, there are sure to be abundant lessons that will be relevant to children's hearts.

10 Tips for Making the Most of Your Homeschool Semester

Though I had looked for guidance in magazines and on-line, I came away with the feeling that we get a lot of information and advice at the beginning of the school year, and not much as we hit the mid-year hump.

  • Anita Mellott, From the Mango Tree |
  • March 14, 2011 |
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Preparing for the Job Market

One of the most important jobs that we as parents have is to train our children to survive—and indeed, thrive—in the world that faces them. So how do we prepare our children to enter an uncertain job market?

  • Amelia Harper, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine |
  • March 04, 2011 |
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The Number One Reason to Homeschool

I hope the following "top ten" list gives you a reason to smile. These may not be actual reasons that families choose to homeschool, but they sure are some of the real life benefits you can enjoy.

Overcoming The Fear of Science

With a frightened tremor in her voice, one mom approached me at a conference confessing, "We really haven't done much science and I'm not sure what to do."

  • Jeannie Fulbright |
  • February 23, 2011 |
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Marriage vs. Homeschooling? It Shouldn’t Have to be a Tug-of-War

In this interview, Home School Enrichment writer Kimberly Williams talks with Heidi St. John, author of the new book The Busy Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Romance.

  • Kimberly Williams |
  • February 21, 2011 |
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The Gift of Time: Extending High School

As our child began ninth grade this year, it quickly became apparent that she needed more time to master several academic concepts.

  • Christa Sterken |
  • February 17, 2011 |
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Briefly Books: Great Books for Teen Readers

Q: My 16-year-old son is tired of reading classics and would like to read something more modern. What are your suggestions?

12 Ways to Love Your Homeschooling Wife

Homeschool fathers often feel as though they’d like to do more for their wives, but they’re just not sure what. Dad, a few small gestures on your part can go farther than you could ever imagine in building up and helping out your wife...

Teaching Kids to Be Money-Smart

The establishment of specific goals, combined with visual reminders of their progress, has helped our children see the bigger picture, prioritize more effectively, and make wise money decisions.

How to Keep Your Kids from Drinking from the Toilet

If there is a need, children are going to fill it: whether it's physical, informational, or relational. If they're thirsty, they're going to get a drink from wherever they can find one.

  • Jenefer Igarashi |
  • February 07, 2011 |
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Leading Your Lost Teen Home

When you're lost, having someone to lovingly lead the way back home is a wonderful blessing. That, not shaming or lecturing, is what teenagers need from their parents...

The Lost Colony of Roanoke

The lost colony of Roanoke is one of the great mysteries of history that is still open to speculation. What happened to the colonists? Why did they leave Roanoke?

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