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The Benefits of Collaborative Learning

With proper planning and preparation, co-ops can provide a wealth of learning experiences.

Home Schooling and Diversity

Home schooling effectively transcends racial and socio-economic boundaries.

  • Mike Farris, Esq. |
  • January 22, 2002 |
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I Have a Dream

Today is Martin Luther King Day. As a family, read Dr. King's speech out loud together.

Being the Right Partner

If we want to discover happiness and passion in marriage, we must work at being the right partner.

Instilling Morals In Our Sons (And Daughters, Too)--Part 5

What safer environment is there for our kids to develop healthy relationships than in our homes?

  • David and Laurie Callihan |
  • January 19, 2002 |
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Any Father Can Be a Story Teller

When a father learns to be a good story teller, the results can be priceless and eternal!

  • Chris Klicka, Esq. |
  • January 18, 2002 |
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Teaching the Power of Speech

You have invested your life in your children. Can they communicate the things you have taught them?

15 Ways to Position Your Child for College Scholarships

Pursue unique opportunities that demonstrate initiative and broaden your perspective of the world.

When the Sheriff Comes Knocking

After my initial hello, my friend informed me that the sheriff had been called to our home.

A Bright Idea for Learning

If you are looking for an easy way to increase test scores, this is it!

Make Community Service a Family Affair

The most powerful way to teach children to serve is to take them with us as we reach out to others.

Why Christians Should Be Knowledgeable of Current Events

Mike explores practical ways for parents to teach children about current events and media savvy.

  • Mike Farris, Esq. |
  • January 07, 2002 |
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How to Make a Good First Impression

Here's a technique for making a positive first impression in a way that reflects integrity of heart.

Protecting Your Wife's Time

Husbands, make it your New Year's resolution to help protect your wife's time.

  • Mike Farris, Esq. |
  • December 26, 2001 |
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The Pen Is Mightier than the Credit Card

Christmas is a great time of year to integrate composition ideas with service projects.

My Christmas Present from Steve Gatlin

A performance in a small town delivered the Christmas message in a big way.

The Best Christmas Ever

I’m going to stop running through the holiday and begin a leisurely stroll with the kids.

Peacemaking and Home Schooling

  • Annette Friesen |
  • December 13, 2001 |
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Remembering Orphans in Their Distress

Many children have been orphaned as a result of ethnic and religious persecution. How can we help?

  • Mike Farris, Esq. |
  • December 11, 2001 |
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Developing a Daily, Home-School Schedule

This is one mother's method for scheduling a home-school day using the "Charlotte Mason" approach.

  • Deborah Taylor-Hough |
  • November 07, 2001 |
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Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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