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Homeschooling Encouragement, Christian Homeschoolers

The Odds Against Homeschooling

Are the odds really against homeschoolers, or are the challenges really part of a higher plan which God uses to manifest His wonderful grace?

Go Forth to China, With Love

If you were to send someone on an important, dangerous mission, what kind of person would you send?

How to Become a Confident Mom

God – who created you and your children – knows that you have what it takes to be just the kind of mom your children need.

Break Free of Lies You’ve Been Telling Yourself

Here's how to break free of lies you’ve been telling yourself in your mind.

This Is the Way; Walk in It

My story is the story of the change from a little girl’s idea of what it meant to be a missionary, to the realization that in all of life, no matter where I am, I am called to be a missionary.

God’s Power Never Goes Out

In Scripture, we find many invitations to trust God’s sustaining strength in the midst of life’s hardships.

The Homeschool Decision: How the Lord Changes Hearts and Minds

Following is the story that started it all; this is what led me to start asking others about their own stories of how the Lord led them to homeschooling.

Homeschooling in the African Bush

My wife Almi and I have been serving as missionaries in Kenya, East Africa, since 1996.

  • Jon and Almi Johnson |
  • May 30, 2011 |
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A Cornucopia of Classical Homeschoolers!

We wanted our children to have the kind of education our nation’s heroes did—a classical education.

  • Hal and Melanie Young |
  • May 23, 2011 |
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Support Groups: Cultivating a Garden of Friendship

Whether leader or member, every person plays a vital role tending the garden. Learning how to better serve in your role blesses others who are walking the garden path beside you.

Your First Homeschool Convention

I remember my first convention experience. It was a bit like my childhood experiences at the Baskin-Robbins ice cream parlor, trying to choose between their “31-derful Flavors.” Overwhelming! But over the years, I’ve learned that God does care about the details, and He has helped me select the best “flavors” for my children...

There Is No God? A Missionary Family's Journey

Who could have imagined that within two and a half years of marriage we would have exchanged our cozy Hampshire cottage, job security, etc for Albania!

  • Sar Wakeley, The Old Schoolhouse Magazine |
  • April 22, 2011 |
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When You Feel Like Giving Up: Simple Steps to Avoiding Burnout

Is it taking all you’ve got to just face what’s on your to-do list?

Someone’s Watching! Homeschooling by Example

It's high time we realize that everyone has faults, insecurities, problems, and weak areas. And it’s because we’re people—not because we’re homeschoolers.

10 Tips for Making the Most of Your Homeschool Semester

Though I had looked for guidance in magazines and on-line, I came away with the feeling that we get a lot of information and advice at the beginning of the school year, and not much as we hit the mid-year hump.

  • Anita Mellott, From the Mango Tree |
  • March 11, 2011 |
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The Number One Reason to Homeschool

I hope the following "top ten" list gives you a reason to smile. These may not be actual reasons that families choose to homeschool, but they sure are some of the real life benefits you can enjoy.

Marriage vs. Homeschooling? It Shouldn’t Have to be a Tug-of-War

In this interview, Home School Enrichment writer Kimberly Williams talks with Heidi St. John, author of the new book The Busy Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Romance.

  • Kimberly Williams |
  • February 21, 2011 |
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12 Ways to Love Your Homeschooling Wife

Homeschool fathers often feel as though they’d like to do more for their wives, but they’re just not sure what. Dad, a few small gestures on your part can go farther than you could ever imagine in building up and helping out your wife...

How to Keep Your Kids from Drinking from the Toilet

If there is a need, children are going to fill it: whether it's physical, informational, or relational. If they're thirsty, they're going to get a drink from wherever they can find one.

  • Jenefer Igarashi |
  • February 07, 2011 |
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Trained to be a Homeschool Mama

Considering homeschooling? Get ready for a wild ride!

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