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Change Your Parenting Style during the Teen Years

Many parents arrive at the teen years with everything going like clockwork, so why change?

Ten Tips for Taming Chaos

Organization is a vast topic, but these ten chaos-taming tips will go a long way.

Ordinary World Changers

As the world was transformed once by the abdication of parental responsibility, so it can be transformed again by the re-acceptance of it.

Redeeming a Wasted Year: Growing Pains and Grace

My sophomore year was entirely wasted by almost every academic standard--but it taught me discipline and character I might never have found otherwise.

The Eye of a Naturalist: Teaching Your Child to Observe

As a nature journalist and homeschooling mom, I’ve learned to take advantage of “divine appointments” with God’s creation.

Getting Kids to Help with Chores, Part 2

Our children can be the workforce that unloads the straw from Mama Camel’s back before it gives way.

A View from Halfway Down the Road

Mine is a testimony of God’s loving leadership, enabling, and attention to every detail and need—and He’ll do it for you, too.

College Tours: When Seeing Is Believing

Can’t your students learn everything they need to know before making the college decision through Web sites, books, and advice? The honest answer is “no.”

Time for Nifty, Thrifty Summer Fun!

Create some of those memorable moments with your children this summer, without leaving home and without spending much money.

The Myth of Equal Time

How can a parent possibly give all the children equal time when an intense child takes the lion's share of one's parenting efforts? Here are some tips...

High School Apprenticeship at Home

This kind of mentoring goes a step further than just a job. It’s a well-thought-out plan of action.

How Home Schoolers Make Friends

Many parents that are considering the home schooling option wonder if their children will be isolated from the world around them. Homeschooling doesn't have to mean your child is isolated.

The Importance of Family Meals

How often does your family have dinner together?

Leaving Traditional College Behind?

Two graduates of accelerated distance learning share what students need to get out of the college box - and what every employer is looking for.

  • Shawn Cohen and Woody Robertson |
  • July 17, 2009 |
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Salt, Boats, and Submarines

Whenever the temperatures begin to rise, my children can’t wait to play in the water. Here are a few experiments to help your kids have fun in the sun (and water)!

I’m Not Happy... A Mom's Lament

Look at this list of reasons we often give for our discontent, and see if you find yourself in any of these.

Raising a Family 'Of Different Minds'

Maren Angelotti talks with Crosswalk.com about parenting kids with -- and without -- learning differences in a way that makes sure nobody is overlooked.

Orange Sherbet Friendship

Good friends are an essential ingredient for a healthy, happy, homeschool mom. Here's why...

Disciplining Your Child: Let Consequences Do the Teaching

As parents, we have within our reach the greatest and most effective disciplinary strategy in the world, a strategy that is woven into the very fabric of life itself...

  • Hal E. Runkel, LMFT |
  • July 03, 2009 |
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