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Sandals or Blue Suede? Shod Your Feet with Spiritual Shoes

I love shoes. Iā€™m often guilty of picking out my shoes first, then choosing my outfit. Now, let me tell you a secret ā€“ did you know the Bible tells us to wear good shoes?

Raising Politically Incorrect Christians - Sharing Your Faith

Sharing your faith doesn't have a one-size-fits-all solution. Learn how to teach your child to be prepared with the knowledge of the Bible and effective communication skills, with the purpose to go out and make disciples to the glory of God.

Make Your Own Solar Oven

Have you ever climbed into a car in the summer after it's been out in a parking lot for a few hours? The metal pieces burn your skin and the air is hard to breathe because it is so hot! Learn how you can use that energy to make your own solar oven...

Correspondence College

Do you have your student's future figured out? Homeschool high school and then correspondence college the goal? Here are some tips to avoid some potential pitfalls.

Start Your Own Backyard Flock

Raising chickens can be a fun educational experience. Here are some tips to getting your own flock started.

You're Not Alone

Ever been overwhelmed by your circumstances? God says the same thing to you that He said to the prophet Elijah: pick yourself up and move on; you've got a job to do...

Should Your Student Take a Gap Year?

Homeschool high schoolers have nothing to fear when it comes to college admissions. Most colleges are clear in their support of both homeschooled and gap-year students. So relax--and feel confident as you and your teens decide what is right for them...

A Chicken Mom is Not

Finding the chuckle in the challenge of choosing curriculum isn't always easy, is it? Sometimes we just have to step away from the confusion and think about something other than curriculum so we can make clear-headed decisions...

Sharing Those Big Reasons

Homeschoolers often find themselves in the position of explaining their choice, but how many of us have walked away from a homeschool evangelism opportunity after giving a wimpy answer? Here are some tips to help you take advangage of this teaching opportunity.

What Parents Need to Know About MySpace.com

More than 100 million teens across America use networking sites like MySpace.com to communicate with each other online. Here's information every parent should know...

Efficient Education

How can you make homeschooling work in your advantage in meeting your obligations? Here are some tips!

It's Not Too Early To Prepare For College Or A Career

Your twelve-year old dashes through your backyard sprinkler, giggling with a friend. She's still so young -- no need to think about colleges and jobs, right?

Instilling the Meaning of Independence Day

What does the Fourth of July mean to contemporary Americans? For many it means a day off from work and little more...

Now and Not Yet: Helping Your Kids Embrace Purity in Their 20's

Instead of teaching our kids, "You'll just need to practice this discipline for a few years," we need to instill in them habits of a long road of obedience, in this and all other aspects of life.

Two Steps To Finish Your Homeschool Year

As your school year has ended, don't just fade away, perhaps in discouragement over perceived failure to reach all your goals. Evaluate your school year!

  • Cindy Short and Sue Welch |
  • June 27, 2007 |
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Unmasked

As homeschooling moms, it is natural to hope our years of effort will make a difference in the lives of our children and in their future impact on eternal things. It is right and good to enjoy the fruits of our labor. But homeschooling isn't all about the children...

The Rebirth of Dinner Dialogues

I believe one of the best ways to counteract today's cultural decay is recapturing the family 'dinner time' discussions.

The Summer Solstice

How did the longest day of the year come to be called the summer solstice? Learn the answer as well as other interesting facts about the longest day.

Missional in my Neighborhood

I love questions that seek to create opportunities to share the simple love of Jesus...

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