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Raising Poised, Confident, and Productive Adults

Students who home school through high school are focused on what they want to accomplish in life.

An Old-Fashioned Romance: Part I

"Dear Mrs. McAdory," the letter began, "I would like permission to court your daughter Sara."

Rejecting Lukewarmness in Relationships

Hidden within the broader context of Revelation are some deep insights into relationships.

I Need a Tan

Sitting in church the other day, the thought came to me, "I need a tan!"

The Importance of a Father's Encouragement

We men terribly underestimate how important our attention is to children (and to our wives).

"My Teenager Wants to Go to School"

Mike Farris addresses a mother's question about home schooling in high school.

A Primer in Freedom and Self-Government

As we recognize Constitution Day, we must realize that for freedom to survive, we must faithfully teach freedom's foundational principles to our children.

My Favorite Educational Resources, Part 1

Deb's choices reveal resources that could benefit every home school.

Strength That Sustains

Rather than depending upon the state to solve our problems, we trust God to meet our needs.

Politics: Should Christians Get Involved?

There are at least five good reasons why Christians should seek to be good citizens.

Principle Over Compromise at National Competition

The tournament director expressed amazement at the strong showing made by this new college.

Chaos Control: Drowning in the Domestic Dumps

Home schoolers walk a schizophrenic tightrope between being ultra-organized and super flexible.

It's a Classic!

Our home education was lacking a key ingredient: we hadn't developed a love for the classics.

Educational Co-ops: The Inside Scoop

Avoid the pitfalls, and educational co-ops can energize both the learning and the teaching process.

The Crucible of Family Conflict

Family conflict can serve as a reminder of God's love for us and His commitment to transform us.

  • MaryAnne Moran |
  • February 25, 2002 |
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Turning the Olympics into Educational Gold

Even as the winter games come to an end, the educational opportunities remain and abound.

Stress and the High School Mom

One question I most often ask the Lord is, "Why didn't you make me a concrete sequential person?"

Running the Race: How to Train for Leadership - Part 1

Olympic athletes and their training programs teach important lessons about leadership.

Home Schooling Highly Gifted Children

Home schooling allows for maximum flexibility,acceleration, focused enrichment, and early college.

Home Schooling Goes Global

Home schooling is no longer an American phenomenon; it is steadily spreading across the world.

  • Chris Klicka, Esq. |
  • February 12, 2002 |
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