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He Leadeth Me: Lessons in Belief and Obedience

I wondered, do I really know any more about faith than I did fifty years ago? The Lord immediately brought to mind two stepping-stones along my path...

For Parents Only: Rebel With a Cause - Part 1

In For Parents Only, authors Shaunti Feldhahn and Lisa A. Rice take readers inside the mind of teens and preteens, as they explore the results of a nationwide survey and personal interviews with more than 1,000 real-life teens. Read an excerpt from Chapter Two: Rebel with a Cause.

  • Shaunti Feldhahn & Lisa A. Rice |
  • September 24, 2010 |
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Who Needs the Arts?

The basic conflict in my childhood church—and one we’re still dealing with in our churches and families today—centers around this question: are the arts good or bad?

  • Grant DiCianni |
  • September 21, 2010 |
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Before You Say, "I Quit!"

I've heard many stories from homeschoolers facing difficult - even extreme - circumstances. And, just in case you, too, are on the verge of giving up, I want to intervene before you say those heartbreaking words: “I quit!”

  • Deborah Wuehler |
  • September 20, 2010 |
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Crossing the Educational Rubicon: Charlotte Mason Through High School

For those committed to a Charlotte Mason approach to education, high school seems to present the proverbial Rubicon, whereby upon crossing one enters into an entirely new, frightening, and unpredictable current.

Autism and Alleluias: An Interview with Kathleen Bolduc

I came to parenting with visions of all the wonderful things I was going to teach my children. The greatest surprise is all I have learned as a mother. As a mother of a son with autism, Kathleen Bolduc shares this sentiment.

  • Christine Field |
  • September 14, 2010 |
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10 Things Every Teenager Needs to Know About Their Parents

Face it -- you are stuck with us, at least for the next few years! And avoiding spending time with us, rejecting our hugs, and refusing to talk is not going to change that. So in the interest of peace and harmony, I am going to share a few things with you that you probably don't know in the hopes that they may help you to better tolerate us.

  • Deborah J. Thompson |
  • September 10, 2010 |
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How to Survive a Learning Plateau

Though I am not an expert on childhood learning, my experiences teaching my six children, ages sixteen to newborn, have convinced me of one thing: all children reach learning plateaus at various times during their schooling.

  • Melanie Hexter |
  • September 08, 2010 |
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The Belly of the Bus

I rise with the sun, eager for what this school year will bring, yet sad to see summer end. And on this day, once again, the annual ritual outside my window lures me in.

Homeschooling High School? Relax!

Can it be true? Is it possible to homeschool through high school in a relaxed yet productive way?

Discover Centripetal Force

The truth is that your seat belt really had very little to do with keeping you in the roller coaster when you went upside down. What really kept you there was science!

  • Melissa Pinkley |
  • September 01, 2010 |
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The Heart of Christian Homeschooling

Our job is not just to prepare our children to compete academically or to fulfill a job description that might be a part of their future. Our job is to live the Word of God and teach the Word of God...

  • Marc and Cynthia Carrier |
  • August 30, 2010 |
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Raising Entrepreneurs: Part 1

I currently enjoy serving as an executive in a Fortune 500 company; however, it is through starting small businesses that God has given me real insight into the fundamental factors required of any business to be successful. That's what I want to pass on to my kids.

Q&A: Noah, the Flood, and the Ark

The account of Noah and the Ark is one of the most widely known in the history of mankind. Unfortunately, like other Bible accounts, it is often taken as a mere fairy tale.

  • Ken Ham and Tim Lovett |
  • August 25, 2010 |
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Do Not Grow Weary

It's at the end of one of those days when my brain is mush, that I sometimes will question our decision to homeschool. Who in their right mind would trade a profitable career for diapers and phonics cards?

The Art of Conversation

Even in the homeschool environment, there are increasing hindrances to communication. Outside activities, time pressures, and technology are all factors with which families must compete.

  • Becky Cooke and Diane Kummer |
  • August 20, 2010 |
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Ten Fun Ways to Study World War I

Teaching World War I as a unit study to children on all grade levels can be a challenge; however, with a bit of creativity and some fun resources, you can do it.

It's All in the Approach

In my mind, this particular day was doomed from the get go. All the components had arranged themselves in such a manner that I was certain of the impending danger...

The Long Good-Bye: Five Lessons for Parents of College-Bound Children

We have watched hundreds of parents drop their kids off at camp or college and have learned a few things in the process. As parental mistakes were made we came to recognize those parents: the ones who made growing up much harder for their adult children.

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • August 13, 2010 |
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Life under Pressure: Experiments with Air Pressure

I'm not talking about pressure from schoolwork or chores. I am speaking of the air pressure that pushes all around you.

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