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God Has Plans for Us: Homeschooling through Illness and Pain

We haven't always done our homeschooling the traditional way, and I certainly would have rather not had these serious illnesses in our family. But we've learned something...

Homeschooling: A Spiritual Exploit

As you pour yourself into your children's education, putting self aside and sacrificing your own interests, are you being presumptuous to anticipate worthwhile results?

  • Maribeth Spangenberg |
  • February 22, 2010 |
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Strength for the Journey: A Winter Meditation

Now is when the dreaded "slump" occurs. Proverbs 3:5-7 offers deep truths for our continued homeschool journey.

10 Reasons We Homeschool

Every homeschool mom has been tempted to throw in the towel at some point. Here are 10 reasons to keep going.

Celebrating Christmas All Year Round

“Take down your Christmas decorations! It’s been a month anyway,” she exclaimed in an exasperated tone as we passed a few neighborhoods still adorned with wreaths and lights.

Climbing Mt. Homeschooling

After I dumped my tale of homeschool woe to my dear husband, he looked at me and asked, "Do you know what it's like to climb Mount Everest?"

Mangled Schedules and Grateful Hearts

"Want to ride with me to the dump?" my husband Donald inquired, poking his head into the schoolroom. Pencils flew everywhere as the boys jumped up, ready to go. We hadn't finished school, of course...

  • Janice Campbell |
  • November 18, 2009 |
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The Joys of Home Improvement

Let’s look at three areas of home improvement: the improvement of our physical homes, our homeschools, and our spiritual homes. There is much correlation between the three and often plenty of improvements are needed!

Don’t Forget the Fun!

While covering the basics is important, it is nice sometimes to add those extras like art, music, and life skills.

The Christian Compass

The lesson on Christopher Columbus turned to navigation and how he had to plot out his own route to India because there was not a map for him to follow. How could he have done that?

  • Jenefer Igarashi |
  • September 05, 2009 |
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Ordinary World Changers

As the world was transformed once by the abdication of parental responsibility, so it can be transformed again by the re-acceptance of it.

A View from Halfway Down the Road

Mine is a testimony of God’s loving leadership, enabling, and attention to every detail and need—and He’ll do it for you, too.

The Myth of Equal Time

How can a parent possibly give all the children equal time when an intense child takes the lion's share of one's parenting efforts? Here are some tips...

Orange Sherbet Friendship

Good friends are an essential ingredient for a healthy, happy, homeschool mom. Here's why...

After the Seed Is Planted

My challenge in teaching my children is overworking the garden. I can become so afraid of leaving a gap in their education that I overplant, overwater, and try to play God.

10 Big Reasons Not to Send Christian Kids to Public Schools

The departure from godliness by scores of young people who have been brought up in Christian homes is cause for real alarm. What are well-meaning parents missing in the training of their children?

Homeschooling the Rebel, Part 2

They have a way of making extremely drained parents—emotionally, physically, mentally, and spiritually. Here are some things I have learned about parenting and homeschooling the rebel.

Storing Mommy's Kisses

"Mommy! I need to tell you something," he persisted. "It will have to wait until tomorrow," I said, determined not to give in. "It can't; I have to tell you noooooowwwwww!"

The Imperfect Homeschooler: An Interview

"As a firstborn perfectionist, I’ve always put a lot of pressure on myself, and that got worse once I began homeschooling," says homeschool veteran Barbara Frank.

The Sacrifice of Praise

Well, it's been a few trying months on the Carter Farm. Yet, instead of throwing a world-class pity party or beating ourselves up with the coulda, woulda, shoulda's, I think there comes a time for the sacrifice of praise..

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