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Halloween Should Celebrate Saints, Not Sin

The original Halloween had more to do with faith than fear.

Parenting Teens with Grace

Grace, given at just the right moment, has the power to change the direction of any struggle, and may ultimately bring it to an end.

Hearing the Well Done

As parents, we need to be vitally aware that our role in our children's lives is the role of a steward—not an owner. God has entrusted His children to our care. Yet how subtly an attitude of ownership can creep in...

The Benefits of Participating in Pageants

Why would a modest homeschool girl want to be in a pageant? Read her story of transformation from a painfully shy wallflower to a confident contestant.

  • Chantelle Wright |
  • October 19, 2007 |
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Codes and Ciphers

When we think of codes, we usually think of spies, espionage and intrigue. Although codes have been used extensively by various governments, codes are used in many other ways as well, not just in spy rings. Learn more...

I Was Raised By Wolves

As parents, we've all been influenced by our educational upbringing. Be encouraged that homeschooling our children is truly the best solution in today's educational climate...

Cross-Cultural Studies Firsthand

Learning can take many forms and most of life's most important lessons are taught outside the classroom. Here's one homeschool grad's experience studying overseas...

Root Cellaring: A Complete Unit Study

The early pioneers stored food all the time and couldn't have survived without meticulous planning and careful preparations. When they harvested their gardens, they stored their food in root cellars. How you get your own root cellar started? Leare more..

He Requires So Little of Us

Do you find yourself overwhelmed at times with the responsibilities of homeschooling? It doesn't have to be that hard. Learn a lesson from Moses...

Recovering from Public School Education

In some public schools the worldly philosophies and values that are taught day after day by teachers, textbooks, and classmates can sink deeply into the heart and mind, influencing the entire outlook on life. How does a parent help a child recover from that? Here is one parents testimony...

Who's Driving The School Bus, Anyway?

Just why are men so aggressive when it comes to driving? All the books on men tell us that it is because they are born to lead and made to race. The physical example of trying to "drive" our husbands finds its way into our homes and homeschools as well, doesn't it? Maybe it is time to for a tune up.

  • Deborah Wuehler |
  • September 24, 2007 |
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Navigating Through Life

Decisions. Responsibilities. Life is full of both. Responsibilities are always with us, and decisions are so much a part of everyday life that, except for the ones that make us pause a moment, we make them almost subconsciously. Have we focused on teaching our children how to make decisions and carry their own responsibilities? Here are some tips...

  • Leslie J. Wyatt |
  • September 21, 2007 |
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Does Slow and Steady Always Win the Race?

When it comes to learning to read does slow and steady always win the race? Read on to learn some of the benefits and pitfalls of each method.

Harmonious Homeschool: Ways We Have De-stressed Our Home

Many things can cause disharmony in our homeschools. Check out these tips to help lower your "stress meter."

  • Betsy Chastain |
  • September 12, 2007 |
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Finding Rest

As homeschoolers, most of us have learned to dismiss weak socialization arguments. However, special needs children may have less opportunity. Here are some tips to help you find rest while meeting the needs of your special needs students.

  • Marla G. Nowak |
  • September 10, 2007 |
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Fashion Rebels: Modeling for Modesty

Modesty. It's the latest form of rebellion—and as the father of three daughters, I can tell you I welcome this kind of rebellion.

The Ultimate Reality: American Teens Experience Persecution In Vietnam

Last year, eight teens traveled to Vietnam to witness firsthand the persecution of Christians in the Asian nation. Their adventure was captured on film and is available now on DVD from The Voice of the Martyrs.

Applied Mathematics

If I'm ever at a loss for what to write, I draw on the author's great resource: suffering. And nothing makes me suffer more than math.

The Myth of the Teen Brain: A Q&A with Dr. Epstein

In his book, Dr. Epstein argues that teens are being shortchanged by the academic institutions and legal systems of American society today, and he explains why and how teens should be given adult rights and responsibilities based on their individual abilities. Does he have a point?

  • Andrea Longbottom |
  • August 24, 2007 |
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Thrive on a Secular College Campus

Have a child heading off to college this Fall? Abby Nye gives ways Christian students can thrive on a secular campus...

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