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Refreshing Our Focus

It's springtime and the loose ends of our school days, which started to unravel a month or so previously, may now have slipped beyond our grasp. Maybe we’ve even stopped caring if we can salvage the weeks ahead or not. Summer is in sight and we just want to make a break for it. But one thing stops us—our conscience.

Social Success at Home

Our son Luke is a case in point that a child with challenges and delays is at risk of totally sinking in a public school classroom...

  • Michelle McConnell |
  • April 25, 2008 |
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We Now Interrupt This School Day

In my early days of mothering and homeschooling, I had a rigid plan for each day. But I’ve learned that “interruptions” are His breathing life and direction into our days and into my heart...

When Dreams Come True

Hope deferred makes the heart sick, but when dreams come true, there is life and joy. (Proverbs 13:12) Life is full of both the devastation of unrelenting disappointment and the wild joy of dreams coming true...

10 Keys to Homeschool Success

Many mothers seem to struggle with homeschooling. They obviously have the desire to be a help to their husband in this area, but as the family grows, they can’t figure out how to “fit it all in...”

God Cares About the Little Things

While it’s exciting to think about "big" miracles, I think it is just as important to think about the miracle of the God of the universe walking with us through our daily joys and trials...

Deeper Worship through Tradition: How the Church Calendar Can Enhance Easter

How can we regain a proper appreciation for Easter? Is there a way to re-crown it as the rightful centerpiece of our faith, the ultimate day of worship?

Developing Family Teamwork

“Mom, can I please clean up the kitchen for you? I want you to sit down and let us do all the work.” Does that sound like something from a fairy tale? Believe it or not, that was a quote, word for word, from my five-year-old daughter...

Confessions of a Consummate Failure

Sometimes I get so discouraged when I read an encouraging book about homeschooling. The ideas for this or that unit study or discipline technique and the other creative blending of subjects and age level all sound so easy on paper...

When Your Efforts Seem Fruitless

If you find yourself grunting and groaning, trying to bear fruit, you’re trying to reproduce on your own. Fruit can’t make itself grow. It only grows because it is connected to the nourishment of the vine.

  • Paula Moldenhauer |
  • February 22, 2008 |
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God is Never Late

We sit and wonder, "How much longer Lord?" Will He come in our lifetime?

Gentleness: An Uncommon Virtue

In our harried, loud, and in-your-face lives it seems tranquility is a vanishing hope on the horizon. We have existed in an aggressive and demanding environment for so long that, unknowingly, many have adopted this kind of lifestyle for themselves or have begun to think of it as normal. It may be normal for the masses, but it should not be normal for the Christian-- especially for the Christian homeschooling parent...

Cures for the Winter Blahs, Part 2

Field trips are a great solution for a stagnating home school. Besides the obvious historic sites and museums set up for regular visitors, here are some other places located in your community to consider touring...

Cures for the Winter Blahs, Part 1

So what's a mother to do when her home-schooling banner is drooping towards the ground?

Top Seven in Oh Seven

From what your preschooler really needs to keeping your teens active in the summer to raising politically incorrect christians in a politically correct world... check out the most read homeschool articles of 2007.

Jumping In Just a Little Too Much

Take some time to reflect on your homeschool schedule and remember that it's all right to change your methods until you find one that creates peace in the home while instilling a love for learning in your children.

Morality is Not the Point

Morality will not save you from hell; it will not even make you a better person. And if we teach our kids only morality, the undertow of legalism will be almost irresistible.

Memories Happen

Take a deep breath. Smell that? It's the smell of Christmas. If I took my favorite memories and put them in a gallon jug, over half would have something to do with Christmas...

The Way of Light

Jesus came to cancel the curse of condemnation and sin and to free us to live in relationship with Him and His Father. When I focus on my failures I return to the old way of living in darkness...

  • Paula Moldenhauer |
  • December 21, 2007 |
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Holidays and Holy Days

We serve a creative God who loves to celebrate. Since we're created in His image, it's not unexpected that we humans would love celebrations, too.

  • Marcia Washburn |
  • December 14, 2007 |
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