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Homeschooling Encouragement, Christian Homeschoolers

Refuse Worry, Embrace Gratefulness

Does it matter that I am a Christian? Does it matter if I pray? Could it be true that a small seed of faith is enough to move a mountain?

Allow Yourself to Rest

There’s a season for everything, right? Even rest? So why does it feel like rest is something to be equated with lazy?

Writing: You Don’t Have to Like It

Those who are good at their jobs AND able to communicate will rise to positions of influence and leadership.

Advice for Homeschool Dads

Homeschooling fathers should be leaders in their homes, including their children’s education.

The Prepared High School Parent Is the Empowered High School Parent

The knowledge of basic high school essentials can turn any academic philosophy into a successful high school experience.

Wake Up With the Gloves On!

On many days you feel like a lousy teacher, but . . . a soldier? “Not ME!” you cry aloud.

The von Trapp Traditions: Music and Homeschooling

An overlooked aspect of The Sound of Music is the Von Trapp family’s homeschooling tradition.

Calling All Grandparents: How to Love Your Grandkids

Take a look at four broad ways to love and influence our children’s children.

10 Lessons I've Learned from Thirty Years of Homeschooling

Wisdom from long-time Homeschooling parent and advocate, Michael Farris.

  • Michael P. Farris, JD, LLM |
  • July 13, 2012 |
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An Education in Relationship

I was a single mother nearing not only college graduation but, as it would happen, a national economic crisis as well. I prayed. God answered me with an even greater hunger for closeness with my children, for relationship.

Unlock Your Fidgety Child’s Ability to Learn and Focus

Teaching is hard enough, but when you have a child who has a hard time focusing, it can seem impossible

The Aging Homeschool Parent

Since homeschooling families tend to be larger than average, there are more families than ever who are still homeschooling long after their counterparts have faced an empty nest.

A Great Time to Be a Husband, Parent, and a Dad

“Who knows but that you have come to this royal position for such a time as this.” Seems initially like pretty lofty stuff. But as husbands, parents, and dads, are we not sitting in the same position, overseeing the family’s royal crest?

Remembering the Cost of Not Homeschooling

Before we yield to that pull of public schools, let's take a moment to remember the costs of not homeschooling.

Teaching With Permanent Grace

I’m Not Happy... A Mom's Lament

Look at this list of reasons we often give for our discontent, and see if you find yourself in any of these.

Homeschool "In-Service" Days

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.

Homeschooling Against All Odds

To be candid, there have been times in the last eleven years I've been tempted to quit homeschooling. Years of financial difficulty made me wonder if my children needed my earning power more than my teaching. Times of self-doubt caused me to ask if I was the best person for the job. Plain old weariness made me want to take a break...

Stepping Off the Wheel of Worry

What are we running for? What are we running toward?

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