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The Winter Blues

Through much prayer, I began to see that my weariness had nothing to do with my children. I just had the winter blues!

  • Debbie Slaughter |
  • January 04, 2013 |
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Mom + Math + Monopoly = Fun!

Any game can reinforce a math concept!

  • Lori Lynn Lydell |
  • December 31, 2012 |
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Prayer, Praise, and Pursuit

“Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ."

  • Sheila Campbell |
  • December 24, 2012 |
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Getting to Know Your Inspiration: Goals for Writing Success

Identifying objectives early in the process can make the difference between a successful author and an orphaned inspiration.

Practically Painless Tips to Encourage Your Child’s Writing

Encourage your child to share his ideas, include poetry, and keep criticism to a minimum. Learn these tips and more!

Saving the Shrinking Flame: How to Reignite Your Passion for Homeschooling

Burnout is a scary word. It can quench our homeschooling fire before it flames or even quench it after years of burning bright.

Be Sure to Fail a Little Every Day

Gifted students tend to be self-critical perfectionists even while difficult subjects come easily to them. How to deal with setbacks?

Autism Is a Word; It Is Also a Reality

A mother of four autistic children shares what has been the greatest blessing in their lives: 4 Paws for Ability, a dog service.

Active Duty Homeschooling

With its ups and downs, homeschooling is like being on a roller coaster. Military life isn’t much different.

Health to the Bones: Speak Words of Encouragement

Let’s keep in mind that our words are our greatest resource and more powerful in the raising of our children than money.

Once Upon an Inspiration: Making the Dream Come True

Let’s take a look at eight different ways successful writers budget time and give substance to inspiration.

S.P.R.A.Y: Spiritual Input, Prayer, Resources, Asking, Yielding

We hope SPRAY might help you remember five important principles for every homeschool grandparent.

  • Jane and Steve Lambert |
  • October 18, 2012 |
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Inspirational Quotations From Across Time and Cultures

These quotations regarding educational approaches may help provide inspiration for you as you continue your homeschool journey.

Someone to Lean On

When I began homeschooling, my only experience with curricula, like most people, was what I knew from school, and I knew I hated that.

Your First Year: Preparing for Takeoff

Begin your formal school year leaning on the Lord. Here are some ideas for starting the year off well.

  • Melanie Hexter |
  • September 28, 2012 |
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The Nuremberg Trials...and Homeschooling?!

Where does our authority come from? Are we blindly following human orders, like the Nazis claimed at Nuremberg?

  • Michelle Miller |
  • September 24, 2012 |
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The Key to Education

Where do we start in providing an excellent education for our homeschooled children, if we are not going to follow the model of public school?

When Mom Gets Senioritis

I thought maybe once I’d had it as an adult, I would be immune to the second exposure. But nope. I’ve got it again: senioritis.

  • Suzanne Broadhurst |
  • September 12, 2012 |
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To Speak or Not to Speak?

All of us will find ourselves having to speak in public. Here are a few tips and exercises that can help us become better communicators.

  • Deanna Storfie |
  • September 10, 2012 |
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Family Journaling: Unleashing the Writer Within

In today's electronic age, journaling is almost becoming nonexistent. However, journal writing was highly valued in centuries past.

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