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The Costly Pursuit of Wisdom

The pursuit of wisdom and understanding can be a costly undertaking but it brings life. Let's plan to lavish our affections, our energy, our time, our desires, our wealth, and all of our resources in seeking after God and His Wisdom.

Raising Politically Incorrect Christians - Part 1

Just how difficult will it be for our Christian, conservative homeschool graduates as they go out into the politically correct world? It is a troubling question with potentially dire consequences for our children.

"Just" a Homemaker?

We know that being the homemaker is not all roses and rainbows or June Cleaver doing her housework in a perfectly pleated dress, pearls, make-up and hair. But what we do counts for far more than the "image" that the power suits imply...

Encourage the Love of Learning in Your Teen

Don't be discouraged by complications or overwhelmed by unnecessary worries, but instead realize what a unique path you are traveling and foster the love of learning.

  • Jessica Eve deCastro |
  • March 02, 2007 |
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Classical Music – A New Way to Teach It

Have you found a classical music program that works for your preschool children as well as for your older children? Since classical music is much more complex than popular music, children need some special way to "connect" to it.

  • Marjorie Persons |
  • February 28, 2007 |
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How to Stay Inspired

Inspired people make things happen. If things are not happening around the house, usually it is because the mom is uninspired. Here are some tricks to help you stay inspired.

  • Katharine Trauger |
  • February 26, 2007 |
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Educating Teens at Home

Home education for your teenagers should still be conducted at the best, safest place--HOME.

Safe Surfing

The Internet is a powerful tool for good, and we celebrate the good things we discover. We also know that there is a lot of filth in the online world. How can a family safely use the Internet without bringing unwanted content into their home and into the minds of their children?

Numbered Days and Marked Milestones

Often we forget that eternity is not a mark we cross at death. Eternity exists now. Imagine our lives marked on an infinite timeline; we would barely be off the zero, but we are in eternity. The sobering thought is, Heaven starts after the mark and never ends. We need to pack as much as we can between zero and that mark.

Answers: High School Homeschooling

  • Dr. Ruth Beechick |
  • February 16, 2007 |
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The Great Awakening

Although Jonathan Edwards' method of speaking lacked enthusiasm, his words were powerful. Revival followed.

Beyond Lacy Hearts

This Valentine's Day I may or may not buy candy hearts or shower my family with mushy cards, but I am asking God to help me give a Valentine's gift that will last a lifetime...

  • Paula Moldenhauer |
  • February 12, 2007 |
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The Homeschooled Teen's Valentine Struggle

For the parent of a home schooled teenager, Valentines might be a hard time of year for you...

  • Betsy St. Amant |
  • February 09, 2007 |
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Making Your Homeschool Tick

Effective Education for Your Learning Disabled Child

Teaching to strengths, incorporating the senses, and analyzing curriculum are keys for success.

Where Did Measurements Come From?

Organize to Thrive as a Mom at Home

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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