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A Day in the Life of a Young Amish Mom

Ever wondered about the day in the life of an Amish family? They have more in common with homeschoolers than you might think.

The Impact of a Child

I am confident that God has a plan and a purpose for my children, but it is not for me to determine what that looks like.

Abstract Art With the Exceptional Child

One of my favorite projects to do with children is a painting project in the style of the abstract expressionist Morris Louis.

My Little Girl: An Adoption Story

We filed the paperwork and she moved in. We barely knew each other, and now she was sleeping in our spare bedroom.

How to Tame Your Child's Toys

It is cruel and unusual punishment to completely drown your children in toys and expect them to manage them.

Baby Steps Toward Recovery: An Interview with Dave Ramsey

Our family has faced some tough times the last few years, and we’re glad to be on the path out of debt. Dave Ramsey's words inspire!

The Music of Language: How Poetry Can Benefit the Aspiring Writer

Reading poetry is an essential part of a writer’s training. Not all writers are poets, but good writers make use of poetic elements.

Train Up a Child: Practice Makes Permanent

Training our children requires more than simply providing an education. We must motivate them to passionately pursue worthy goals.

Save on Math Games and Puzzles

With a multitude of excellent resources to choose from, making a decision about purchasing math curriculum can be overwhelming.

Talking With Your Children is an Ongoing Process

In my years of parenting, I’ve learned that the ongoing conversation we have with our children is more important than any one-time “talk.”

The Importance of Early Language Learning for Baby

Early education is something parents can be in charge of and that should begin with baby’s arrival. Start by reading!

Being a Woman of Faith

I’ve found that a woman of faith is a woman who endures many difficulties and yet finds God in the midst of her troubles.

Edible Experiments and Other Mad Scientist Recipes

“Who—me? Teach science? You must be joking! I barely passed science. I’m certainly not qualified to teach it now!”

  • Tamara Christine Van Hooser |
  • August 02, 2013 |
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Missions Will Change Your Life

“A missions trip never leaves anyone unchanged.” I would never be able to affirm it until I had experienced the mission field for myself.

Making a Home Management Binder You Will Really Use

Your binder should be a useful tool for you; therefore, start with information you use all the time and put it in an easy-to-access place

Does it Take a Village (To Raise a Child)?

God places families in charge of their own children, true, but don't be afraid to let the community get involved in certain ways!

Give Your Child an Adventurous Elementary Education

Does God create a "typical" snowflake, fingerprint, or DNA? Likewise, every parent knows that no two children are alike.

Thriving in the Empty Nest

The empty nest ushers in a different season of life. Not all good, not all bad, just different.

Family: The Only Attachment a Child Needs

I have searched for research that shows children need to socialize six to eight hours per day, but it seems to not exist.

  • Brian D. Ray, Ph.D. |
  • July 22, 2013 |
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Bringing Classical Geography Back to the Classroom

According to national statistics, geography is one of the most neglected subjects in schools today.

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