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Homeschooling: A Spiritual Exploit

As you pour yourself into your children's education, putting self aside and sacrificing your own interests, are you being presumptuous to anticipate worthwhile results?

  • Maribeth Spangenberg |
  • February 22, 2010 |
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Abstinence Works, Study Says — Not That It Matters

Many in the anti-abstinence crowd really don't care if "safe sex" messages work or not. For these folks, sex ed has never been about the prevention of premarital sex, pregnancy and disease.

Magic Trick or Scientific Illusion?

God created an order to this world, and God's order is what science is based upon. So when an illusion is based on science, it very rarely fails.

  • Melissa Pinkley |
  • February 17, 2010 |
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God Has Plans for Us: Homeschooling through Illness and Pain

We haven't always done our homeschooling the traditional way, and I certainly would have rather not had these serious illnesses in our family. But we've learned something...

  • Julie Danielson |
  • February 15, 2010 |
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“Like the Air They Breathe” — The Online Life of Kids

Now, however, there is good reason to believe that these young people are far more connected than we have even imagined.

How to Establish A Family Routine

Routines give everyone the opportunity to contribute to the smooth running of the household.

5 Steps to Helping a Struggling Writer Succeed

The key to mastering the writing process is to break it into manageable segments so that the writer can focus on one task at a time.

  • Fran Santoro Hamilton |
  • February 10, 2010 |
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8 Gifts Your Creative Child Needs

I have come to the conclusion that there are eight gifts every child needs in order to develop the creative potential God has given them. Don't be surprised if your creative child needs more of each than other children.

  • Marvin G. Baker |
  • February 09, 2010 |
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Strength for the Journey: A Winter Meditation

Now is when the dreaded "slump" occurs. Proverbs 3:5-7 offers deep truths for our continued homeschool journey.

Crafting a High School Resume

Creating a resume is a great assignment for your teens because it enables them to see the importance of the activities in which they are involved.

  • Becky Cooke and Diane Kummer |
  • February 05, 2010 |
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What Is Critical Thinking - And How Do We Teach It?

There is a purpose for the mind: to think. God wants us to think carefully -- critically -- about information we receive.

Homeschooling through Marriage Struggles

While I may not know your specific marriage struggles, I hope to speak to your hurting heart and offer some encouragement and advice based on my own experience and what the Lord has been teaching me.

Is Your Teen Depressed?

Compared to high school and college students in the Great Depression era, there are five times as many youth today that suffer from anxiety and mental health issues. What's going on here?

In the Eye of the Storm: Hurricane Experiments

Perhaps because hurricanes are so destructive, a lot of science is dedicated to helping us understand why they happen and how to follow their paths.

Seven Keys to Communication

Since it is so vitally important to families, how can we make sure that we are communicating effectively? I'd like to share several practical steps.

10 Reasons We Homeschool

Every homeschool mom has been tempted to throw in the towel at some point. Here are 10 reasons to keep going.

New Biz on the Block

Most teens feel like they need to earn more money. A micro business in your neighborhood can help meet this need and help your teen learn more about business. Check out these ideas.

A Distant Land: A Unit Study on China

My son's trip caused me to realize that China is full of people who need to hear about the love of God. What better time to learn about this country?

The Hag, The Ogre, and The Chocolate Cake

There are times when my king can, and does, transform into an Ogre. This was one of them. And I was really excited about that, because it is not often that I get to freak out about something almost justifiable.

  • Jenefer Igarashi |
  • January 19, 2010 |
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Remembering the Cost of Not Homeschooling

Before we yield to that pull of public schools, let's take a moment to remember the costs of not homeschooling.

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