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Is Anyone Listening to Me?

Is anyone listening to me? If so, what are they "hearing" through my life? What kind of life am I "speaking" to my husband and my children?

Is Speech & Debate the Right Outlet for Your Teen?

Homeschool forensics is one way of carrying out the instruction found in 1 Peter 1:13: "Train the mind for action" (NIV), my ministry's key verse.

The Oregon Trail

Since the early days of America’s history, brave pioneers had been instrumental in opening up new land and reclaiming it from the wilderness. Learn how the stories of Oregon inspired pioneers to brave the treacherous mountains.

What Evangelicals Can Learn From St. Patrick

And it has nothing to do with leprechauns.

Marriage, Homeschooling, and You

After 15 years, Jim and I had managed to get away for a day—just the two of us. But returning home the next day was less euphoric.

The 'Shocking' Story of the Battery

It took a long time for people to figure out enough about electricity to be able to invent the battery. It was a fascinating journey that led to an invention that changed the world.

Homeschooling: Growing and Thriving in the 21st Century

Many people who are just now beginning to homeschool are not aware that the modern homeschool movement began as something of a cultural phenomenon...

The Princess and the Pack Mule

Let's face it, moms: we're a lot like pack mules. But you are not only teaching history; you are writing history on the hearts of your impressionable youngsters.

Handling Teen Misbehavior

When a teen breaks the rules, they need a responsible adult to respond, not react.

Top 10 Tips for Teaching Writing

A key to successful writing—and to successful writing instruction—is to break the writing process into manageable parts in order to focus on one step at a time.

  • Fran Santoro Hamilton |
  • March 03, 2010 |
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Where Homeschooling is Outlawed — Asylum?

The Romeikes are homeschoolers who are determined to provide the education for their children. In Morristown, that is about as controversial as bass fishing, but in Germany it is a crime.

10 Thing I've Learned in 10 Years of Homeschooling

The longer I’ve homeschooled, the more I’ve added little nuggets to my own repertoire of wisdom. Here are the top ten things I have learned in my first ten years.

Buyer Beware: Addressing the Student Loan Problem

It isn’t right for financially incompetent young Americans to be penalized for decades because no adult who knew better stopped them from making a foolish financial mistake.

  • Dr. Mark Hendrickson |
  • February 26, 2010 |
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Rhyme and Rhythm: The Fast Track to Memorization

Learning facts by using a rhythm or rhyme has been a part of schooling since the beginning. Don't believe me? Finish this sentence: "In fourteen hundred and ninety-two..."

Dealing with Conflict in Homeschool Groups

Even in the most well-run group, conflicts can arise. Fortunately, our disagreements can be reduced in several ways.

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.

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