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Can’t Turn This Worldview Thing Off

A teenager named Chris attended a worldview training program run by Summit Ministries. But by the end of the two-week program, he was exhausted. So he decided to "veg out" by watching a movie...

Exploring Apprenticeships in the Teen Years

Apprenticeships are back in vogue and gaining popularity with employer and employee alike. Is this the right direction for your teen?

  • Becky Cooke and Diane Kummer |
  • May 13, 2010 |
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The Ownership Principle

When students own their education, they carry the burden and they do the work. Their motivation is the feeling of a job well done...

Parenting Super Hero or Not?

Counter to what some people might think, I find that the most irresponsible teens come from the most responsible parents...

College Prep 101: Is Your Writing on Track?

Once your student has learned the basics of essay writing—both timed and untimed—don't let up. Devote the rest of high school to more advanced skills.

Handling Teen Misbehavior

When a teen breaks the rules, they need a responsible adult to respond, not react.

Abstinence Works, Study Says — Not That It Matters

Many in the anti-abstinence crowd really don't care if "safe sex" messages work or not. For these folks, sex ed has never been about the prevention of premarital sex, pregnancy and disease.

“Like the Air They Breathe” — The Online Life of Kids

Now, however, there is good reason to believe that these young people are far more connected than we have even imagined.

Crafting a High School Resume

Creating a resume is a great assignment for your teens because it enables them to see the importance of the activities in which they are involved.

  • Becky Cooke and Diane Kummer |
  • February 13, 2010 |
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Is Your Teen Depressed?

Compared to high school and college students in the Great Depression era, there are five times as many youth today that suffer from anxiety and mental health issues. What's going on here?

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • February 06, 2010 |
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New Biz on the Block

Most teens feel like they need to earn more money. A micro business in your neighborhood can help meet this need and help your teen learn more about business. Check out these ideas.

The P's and Q's of High School Portfolios

Is it time to start putting together your graduate's high school portfolio? If so, do not be worried. All you have to do is mind your P's and Q's.

Parents, Teens and Sex

Recently I asked a beautiful teenage girl who is very bold about her stance for purity what motivates her to hold her ground. She said simply, "My sense of morality, which is based on my faith and the values my mother and father have taught me." Parents, you are a huge influence on your teens...

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • November 21, 2009 |
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Should Homeschooled Teens Join Church Youth Groups?

Parents are often naïve when it comes to the spiritual condition of their church youth group. Or they assume that because a teen group is available, their teenagers should participate in it.

  • Meredith Curtis |
  • November 14, 2009 |
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Handling Social Media With Your Kids

Social media has become part of the fabric of American youth culture. Here are some of my thoughts on handling social media in your home.

  • Jim Burns, Ph.D. |
  • November 05, 2009 |
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A Talent for Math: Why Honor Societies Matter

Susan Hare and Sheri Gervais founded Mu Eta Sigma as the first math honor society exclusively for homeschooled students. Here's the how and why of honor societies for students on their way to college.

  • Leslie D’Onofrio |
  • October 25, 2009 |
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When Seeing is Believing: Making the Most of College Visits – Part 2

Though some of the topics I discuss in this article might appear trivial, don't be fooled. Sometimes the smallest things can make the biggest difference.

A Mother's Discipline Should Point Daughters to God's Truths

If we ignore, minimize, or are at ease with the discrepancies between our daughters’ behavior and God’s standard, there may be dire consequences.

  • Carolyn Mahaney |
  • September 30, 2009 |
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Why Survive the Teen Years (When You Can Enjoy Them)?

I have heard so many people talking about "surviving the teen years" that it doesn't surprise me anymore when I hear that phrase.

  • Deborah Wuehler |
  • September 03, 2009 |
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Redeeming a Wasted Year: Growing Pains and Grace

My sophomore year was entirely wasted by almost every academic standard--but it taught me discipline and character I might never have found otherwise.

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