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Changing the World, One Movie at a Time

Jonathan and I had the opportunity to go to the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival this year, and what we found there should encourage every homeschooler to impact the world for Christ.

Unplugging Pornography: Helping Your Teen Escape the Trap

I communicate on a regular basis with teens who struggle with addiction to porn. These are not oddball, sadistic, perverted teens but everyday, honor-roll, churchgoing, love-their-parents, striving-to-live-for-Jesus teens.

Extracurriculars: Keeping the Home in Homeschooling

Every parent soon learns the challenges of outside-the-home activities. If overdone, activities may divide the family, stealing time and energy. You don’t have to do this!

Replacing Evil with Good

One of the most important things I’ve learned about how to turn a rebel around is this principle of replacement. Your teen can’t live in a vacuum any more than you can.

Music for the Musically Illiterate Mom

There are many ways you can bring music into your homeschool, even if you can’t carry a tune or read music.

Beat the Clock Essay Writing

The fence that stopped the outfielder is a lot like the deadlines you’ll encounter in timed essays on the SAT, AP, CLEP, and college exams you’ll soon be taking. Here's how to beat the clock.

10 Reasons to Homeschool Your Special Needs Child

Choosing to homeschool your child is a huge decision. Then add to that a child with special needs. This brings up all kinds of mixed feelings, uncertainties, and emotions.

The Sacrifice of Praise

Well, it's been a few trying months on the Carter Farm. Yet, instead of throwing a world-class pity party or beating ourselves up with the coulda, woulda, shoulda's, I think there comes a time for the sacrifice of praise..

What Drives Arguments with Your Teen?

What is actually driving the arguments you have with your teenager? The answer may surprise you...

  • Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley |
  • February 27, 2009 |
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Meeting the Needs of Homeschoolers

A marriage between Christian schools and the homeschooling community seems to be made in heaven, but worked out here on earth, for the benefit of all involved.

Homeschooling When Mom Is Sick

Sometimes Mom is sick for more than just a few days. Prolonged illness involves a lifestyle change, but it doesn’t mean you have to give up homeschooling.

  • Kathryn Frazier |
  • February 23, 2009 |
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Having 'The Talk' With Your Teens

How can you share God's amazing plan for sexuality with your teen when they're surrounded by a culture giving an entirely different story? I encourage you to push the envelope...

Maple Syrup: A Tasty Unit Study

Does cabin fever have you wondering why you ever decided to homeschool in the first place? Presenting a unit study with the potential to bring a multi-age group of learners closer to gain new knowledge of science, history, geography, math, and more.

  • Tara Lynn Osburn |
  • February 18, 2009 |
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Ninety Percent of This Game Is Half Mental

What your wife and children need most from you isn’t another teacher, but rather an encourager and leader. Let me offer these three simple principles: stop, look, and listen.

The Conflicted Legacy of Abraham Lincoln

On Feb. 12 we celebrated the 200th anniversary of Abraham Lincoln’s birth, and on Feb. 16 we celebrate President's Day. The relatively short history of our nation makes these days particularly momentous.

  • Dr. Gary Scott Smith |
  • February 11, 2009 |
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Education for the Real World

While working on my degree, I found that education entails much more than reiterating the rantings of professors and conforming to their ideology just to get a good grade.

Building a Strong Mother-Daughter Friendship

I wasn’t prepared for my daughters’ teen years. What happened to the little girls who wanted to spend time with mom? For me to exert any meaningful influence in my daughters’ lives, I knew I needed to be close to them -- but how?

Take Flight With Science!

At some time in our lives, we all wish we could “sprout” wings and fly. People have been curious about flight for thousands of years, moving from myth to invention.

  • By Rick and Michelle Eichhorn |
  • January 28, 2009 |
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The “Me Time” Myth

Why did my search for this hallowed “me time” always leave me feeling as though I needed more? While taking time for myself, I definitely felt refreshed, but the moment I got home, I wanted to head right back out the door.

Non-Traditional College: A Closer Look

My family hit roadblocks as we looked into options for higher education. Most options seemed to contain land mines in one of three areas—faith, cost, or accreditation.

  • Kathleen Knudsen |
  • January 23, 2009 |
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