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Schoolhouse Memories

"School was much different back then compared to now. We didn’t have school buses and had to walk several miles to school.”

  • Reese Whitaker, Emma Swan |
  • October 18, 2013 |
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Teaching and Training for the Year Ahead

One year, I tried an experiment with how we ran the house. The result was happy, confident children who were proficient at their tasks.

If You Can Sing It, You Can Write It!

How do we teach our children that writing poetry can be fun?

  • Jennifer L. Padgett |
  • October 04, 2013 |
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Being Faithful in the Little Things

Our challenge is to teach our children faithfulness in these “little things” day in and day out, correcting them gently.

  • Marji McIlvaine |
  • September 27, 2013 |
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10 Great Ways to Encourage Your Gifted Young Artist

Honest praise and encouragement can help build the confidence your child is looking for.

Lessons From Moses: How to Teach Our Children to Give Excellent Reports

The story of Moses & the Spies has it all—intrigue and adventure, suspense and drama,—even lessons for parents on how to teach.

Homeschooling Mom: Fill Yourself

Constantly preparing curriculum for the kids can lead to burnout. Why not take some time to study something yourself?

Why Home Is the Best Place to Learn

“A school setting is not conducive to human development and self-esteem” Debra Bell believes, and has research to back it up.

The Impact of a Child

I am confident that God has a plan and a purpose for my children, but it is not for me to determine what that looks like.

How to Tame Your Child's Toys

It is cruel and unusual punishment to completely drown your children in toys and expect them to manage them.

Train Up a Child: Practice Makes Permanent

Training our children requires more than simply providing an education. We must motivate them to passionately pursue worthy goals.

Being a Woman of Faith

I’ve found that a woman of faith is a woman who endures many difficulties and yet finds God in the midst of her troubles.

Does it Take a Village (To Raise a Child)?

God places families in charge of their own children, true, but don't be afraid to let the community get involved in certain ways!

Family: The Only Attachment a Child Needs

I have searched for research that shows children need to socialize six to eight hours per day, but it seems to not exist.

  • Brian D. Ray, Ph.D. |
  • July 19, 2013 |
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God Brings Our Twins Together

Our adoption path began in summer 2004 through a Christmas hosting program for Russian orphans...

What Are Parents For?

Have you ever been made to feel like a second-class citizen because you choose to stay home with your children?

“I Cannot Live without Books"

As I held my daughter, I prayed that she would love Jesus, and second, that she would love books. After all, Christ himself is “The Word.”

Not Less a Miracle

Children should be brought up to perceive that a miracle is not less a miracle because it occurs constantly and regularly.

Tim Hawkins - Homeschooling Is Something to Laugh About

Christian comedian Tim Hawkins earns his living making people laugh. He and his wife also homeschooled their children!

Homeschooling—Missionary Style

As a homeschooling family on the mission field, we encountered many challenges, such as a lack of materials at home.

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