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Scheduling Your Priorities

Guilt is an ever-present partner in parenting. Have you ever felt guilty at the end of the day because there was so much work yet to be done. Here are some tips to help you with your priorities.

Faithful over a Little: Homeschooling Teens

While the winnings of the Patrick Henry moot court team catch our eyes and certainly inspire us, not all homeschool graduates will or should enter the arena of forensics, law, or politics. Our world needs grocers, farmers, and trash collectors who live by the standard of excellence.

Morality Is Not the Point

What does God want from us? If your answer is merely moral living then you're off course.

High School: Begin with the End in Mind

When our kids were still young, someone gave us great advice: she told us to begin with the end in mind. Think about graduation before your child's freshman year.

Building the Erie Canal

Even before the Revolution, people in New York had thought of creating a canal that would reach the Great Lakes. The project became a colossal undertaking a century ahead of its time.

What About Socialization ... for Mom?

I don't know what I would do without the friends I have made over the years. This is especially true for a mother who stays home all day.

Crazy About My Kids!

Whenever people find that we homeschool, the attention immediately turns to me. The looks I get from people speak very loudly—they say, “You must be crazy!” And then come the comments.

Keepers of the Light: A Unit Study on Lighthouses

It was not a job for the fainthearted, requiring discipline, precision, and repetition. Let's set sail on a journey to learn about lighthouses in history.

Not Just Another Summer Job

Unlike flipping burgers or running a cash register, camp work is bursting with adventure, purpose, and opportunities to share Christ.

A Child May See the Folly of It: Splicing Evolution and Genesis

The idea that God used evolution and that the book of Genesis needs reinterpretation to accommodate the theory is not a modern idea. And it still doesn't work.

When You Can't Read Books Fast Enough

Rather than screening all my daughter's books for her, I began to realize that I needed to equip her to think in a Christ-like manner as she read on her own.

What Do These Stones Mean to You?

After the Israelites crossed the Jordan River, God told them to set up stone markers to remind them of the miracle. What are your memorial markers?

The Missing Curriculum of God-Centered Work

The commitment to intentionally and systematically train young people in the art of God-centered work has largely disappeared from education. But it can be restored.

Schooling Through the Summer?

Summer is finally here, and our family will use these next few weeks exactly like we do the other seasons of the year. Here's three reasons we homeschool all year.

Our Daniels

Daniel made the choice to keep himself pure. We, too, can raise the standard and raise a godly next generation.

John Hancock: A Neglected American Hero

As we celebrate our nation’s independence, let us give Hancock the acclaim he so richly deserves.

  • Dr. Gary Scott Smith |
  • July 01, 2010 |
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Discovering the Hidden Value of Math

The "you'll use this someday" argument can be exhausting and ineffective. So what do you tell children to help them catch the vision? Here's the secret.

No Place Like Home

The other day I happened to be out when the local school kids were released from classes. Observing the conversations between them was disheartening. One benefit of parent-led education is the blessing of dealing with character issues head-on...

Life Lessons For the Learning Driver

As home educators, we want our teens to develop godly character and practical living skills. One of the best training grounds for doing this is getting a driver's license. Here are five key lessons we can help our teens learn during that process...

Preschool: Start at the Very Beginning

In the early years, in the foundational years in which young minds form, it is right and good that little ones learn from those who care most deeply about them.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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