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High School Homeschooling, Christian Home Education

Now and Not Yet: Helping Your Kids Embrace Purity in Their 20's

Instead of teaching our kids, "You'll just need to practice this discipline for a few years," we need to instill in them habits of a long road of obedience, in this and all other aspects of life.

The Rebirth of Dinner Dialogues

I believe one of the best ways to counteract today's cultural decay is recapturing the family 'dinner time' discussions.

Raising Politically Incorrect Christians - Changing the Perception II

We Christians are different and we should stand out in a crowd, but we should stand out in a way that shines positive light on Christ Jesus...

Raising Politically Incorrect Christians - Changing the Perception I

We Christians do tend to stand out in a crowd. We should. We are different and different is what God wants us to be. However, we need to make sure we are different in an inviting way...

Hope for Parents of Struggling Teens

If you’re the parent of a struggling teen, you may be sinking into despair. No matter how hard your teen is struggling right now, though, there is hope.

Finishing What We Started

Ever heard any of "those" remarks? The conviction to homeschool should be just that: a conviction. Convictions may waver momentarily due to our human natures, but if they have a firm foundation, convictions hold strong.

My Experience in Romania

Summer is fast approaching and with it the opportunity for teens to get involved in foreign mission. Read one teen's experience when she answered the call to serve with Teen Mania...

Raising Politically Incorrect Christians - Seeing the Slant Part 2

How can we prepare our children to live in a world where the definitions of words are so fluid? Check out this concluding part of "Seeing the Slant" for more tips.

Raising Politically Incorrect Christians - Seeing the Slant Part 1

Have you ever wondered how the news media can appear to just relate the facts, yet seem to have a liberal bias at the same time? In a world in which not everyone is playing fair, we need to prepare our children to use critical thinking to spot deceitful techniques used to manipulate the truth.

Making the Teen Years Your Best Years

How can we make our teen's years the best years? By creating a sense of safety in our families...

  • Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley |
  • April 13, 2007 |
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What About Sports?

There are a lot of parents who get very concerned about home schooling their children when they start thinking about sports. Can parents give their children the same quality of experiences athletically that children receive in public or private schools?

  • David and Laurie Callihan |
  • April 06, 2007 |
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What Drives Arguments with Your Teen?

What is actually driving the arguments you have with your teenager? The answer may surprise you...

  • Drs. Gary and Greg Smalley |
  • March 30, 2007 |
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Enhancing Your Teen's Relationship with Christ

This week my son Mike asked to share some of the significant experiences from his high school years.

Raising Politically Incorrect Christians - Part 2

Christian children are going to face opposition to their faith, both in college and in their career. How should our Christian teens respond when their faith is questioned, when their beliefs are mocked, when their rights are trampled upon?

Unconventional College Credit

Raising Politically Incorrect Christians - Part 1

Just how difficult will it be for our Christian, conservative homeschool graduates as they go out into the politically correct world? It is a troubling question with potentially dire consequences for our children.

Encourage the Love of Learning in Your Teen

Don't be discouraged by complications or overwhelmed by unnecessary worries, but instead realize what a unique path you are traveling and foster the love of learning.

  • Jessica Eve deCastro |
  • March 02, 2007 |
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Evaluating the Elective Options

  • Christine Field |
  • December 22, 2006 |
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