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Family Conflicts Over the Holidays

A few small changes in the way that you operate your home these last few weeks of the year can make your home more welcoming for your teen; turning it from a place or stress to a place of rest.

The Dangerous Worlds of Analog Parents with Digital Teens

Parents cannot be spectators in the lives of their children, but should set rules, establish expectations, enforce limitations, and constantly monitor their teenagers’ digital lives. Anything less is a form of parental negligence.

Embarking on a Voyage of the Dawn Treader: Four Virtues of Advent

The season of Advent presents a perfect opportunity to re-find, reflect on, and teach virtues. And, C. S. Lewis' book The Voyage of the Dawn Treader presents us with an entertaining story to see and discuss characters with challenges much like our own...

  • Dr. Gina Burkart |
  • December 10, 2010 |
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What Daughters Need from Dads

  • Ken R. Canfield, Ph.D. |
  • December 03, 2010 |
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Homeschooling High School in a Houseful

Homeschooled high school students who are blessed to live in a house full of other kids face many challenges, but organization, independence, and shared core studies can help the large homeschool family to flourish.

Where Character Begins in Children

Christ didn't live and die just to offer us salvation. He came to teach us character through demonstrating a lifestyle that pleases God.

College Prep 101: Teaching Responsible Study Habits

Unless your student has experienced a more rigorous course of study and learned some good study habits, he'll be overwhelmed to arrive on campus.

For Parents Only: Rebel with a Cause - Part 2

In For Parents Only, authors Shaunti Feldhahn and Lisa A. Rice take readers inside the mind of teens and preteens, as they explore the results of a nationwide survey and personal interviews with more than 1,000 real-life teens. Read the second part of an excerpt from Chapter Two: Rebel with a Cause.

  • Shaunti Feldhahn & Lisa A. Rice |
  • October 01, 2010 |
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For Parents Only: Rebel With a Cause - Part 1

In For Parents Only, authors Shaunti Feldhahn and Lisa A. Rice take readers inside the mind of teens and preteens, as they explore the results of a nationwide survey and personal interviews with more than 1,000 real-life teens. Read an excerpt from Chapter Two: Rebel with a Cause.

  • Shaunti Feldhahn & Lisa A. Rice |
  • September 24, 2010 |
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Homeschooling High School? Relax!

Can it be true? Is it possible to homeschool through high school in a relaxed yet productive way?

Raising Entrepreneurs: Part 1

I currently enjoy serving as an executive in a Fortune 500 company; however, it is through starting small businesses that God has given me real insight into the fundamental factors required of any business to be successful. That's what I want to pass on to my kids.

The Art of Conversation

Even in the homeschool environment, there are increasing hindrances to communication. Outside activities, time pressures, and technology are all factors with which families must compete.

  • Becky Cooke and Diane Kummer |
  • August 20, 2010 |
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The Long Good-Bye: Five Lessons for Parents of College-Bound Children

We have watched hundreds of parents drop their kids off at camp or college and have learned a few things in the process. As parental mistakes were made we came to recognize those parents: the ones who made growing up much harder for their adult children.

  • John Mark Reynolds |
  • August 13, 2010 |
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Faithful over a Little: Homeschooling Teens

While the winnings of the Patrick Henry moot court team catch our eyes and certainly inspire us, not all homeschool graduates will or should enter the arena of forensics, law, or politics. Our world needs grocers, farmers, and trash collectors who live by the standard of excellence.

High School: Begin with the End in Mind

When our kids were still young, someone gave us great advice: she told us to begin with the end in mind. Think about graduation before your child's freshman year.

Not Just Another Summer Job

Unlike flipping burgers or running a cash register, camp work is bursting with adventure, purpose, and opportunities to share Christ.

The Missing Curriculum of God-Centered Work

The commitment to intentionally and systematically train young people in the art of God-centered work has largely disappeared from education. But it can be restored.

Life Lessons For the Learning Driver

As home educators, we want our teens to develop godly character and practical living skills. One of the best training grounds for doing this is getting a driver's license. Here are five key lessons we can help our teens learn during that process...

Cell Phones, Computer Games and Teenagers

I have a question/dilemma: How does a parent regulate a teen's phone, iTouch, laptop, and TV usage during the summer?

Who Needs Calculus?

If you're not up to taking calculus, you can rule out any career in engineering, computer science, the natural sciences, economics, finance, or mathematics.

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