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A Baby Shower for Jesus

  • Deborah Wuehler |
  • December 22, 2008 |
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The Essence of Highschool - Part 1

  • Leslie J. Wyatt |
  • December 19, 2008 |
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What Was the Star of Bethlehem?

Was the star of Bethlehem a supernova? Halley's comet? A conjunction of stars and planets? Or something far more miraculous? Let's take a look at the theories...

Let Every Heart Prepare Him Room

God wants our undivided love and worship, and He will go to great lengths to secure both.

Seasons of Change: The Heart of High School Student

Homeschool mom and author Sally Clarkson talks about homeschooling the heart of a high school student, the changes she made as her children matured, and the friendship she still has with each one.

  • Jennifer Pepito |
  • December 12, 2008 |
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How to Make a Monster in Three Easy Steps

My parents were in very good shape financially, yet they taught us to be thankful and grateful by not giving us stuff. A gift was extraordinarily precious to me. It was precious because it was rare.

  • Jenefer Igarashi |
  • December 08, 2008 |
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Why I Flunked Kindergarten

I’ll tell you why I flunked kindergarten: because I was just a normal little girl who wanted to play. Here are some things to know about kindergarten and why it might be going badly for your child.

Fall Harvest: Where's the Fruit?

In my heart and in my house, that which should be full of the fall harvest of God’s goodness and righteousness is sometimes hauntingly empty. Do you ever feel that way?

Make the First Thanksgiving Real to Your Children

Thanksgiving was a uniquely inspired Christian celebration. Here are ways parents can pass the true story on to their children.

Cramped Hospitality

Holidays and houseguests! They go together like love and marriage, don’t they? But what if you don’t have much room for extras?

  • Marcia Washburn |
  • November 24, 2008 |
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Help Your Kids Thrive in the Postmodern Culture

Young people in the postmodern culture your kids are growing up in approach truth in completely different ways from the culture you knew as a child...

Who Decides What America Reads?

Homeschooling parents will discover that the “best and most enlightened opinion” today in America's public libraries rarely reaches as far as works on scientific topics from a creationist perspective or non-revisionist history.

Dads: Orchestrating the Homeschool

On that old television program, weeks of practice and years of training culminated in beauty. In the same way, Dad sets the rhythm and tone of the home.

The Laundry Daze

Who but another postpartum mom could believe that I had a meltdown over doing laundry? I literally fell into a weeping puddle of self-pity, certain that I’d never get caught up...

  • Marcia Washburn |
  • November 03, 2008 |
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Generation Hex: What Christians Should Know about Witchcraft

What can parents and churches do about rising interests in Wicca? In their new book Generation Hex, cultural experts Dillon Burroughs and Marla Alupoaicei explain the need to debunk stereotypes and become educated on the truth about modern paganism. Read the Crosswalk interview...

This Halloween, Try Stargazing

This month, on the evening of Friday, October 31, the Moon lines up near the bright first magnitude star Antares, the brightest star in the constellation Scorpius, not far from bright Venus.

Clothes Line Devotions

Environmentalists might call it a responsible use of wind and solar energy. My neighbors probably call it one more way that the Biever family is just plain weird and probably a little nuts. I know better.

How Do We Know What They Know?

A persistent fear lurks in the minds of many parents who homeschool teens. Will our choice to let our high school kids remain at home backfire? Will we fail them in our efforts to help?

Teaching Your Child to Love Reading

Sometimes in the quest to teach our children to read, we neglect to teach them to love to read as well. Here are some strategies to encourage your children to love reading, including the importance of a role model parent...

Where Are Your Kids on the Lazy Meter?

I’ve heard parents state that they want life to be easy and fun for their kids because “they learn soon enough that the world is full of hardship and woe...” I reject this nonsense wholeheartedly.

  • Jenefer Igarashi |
  • October 20, 2008 |
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