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Discipline and Your Teen

  • Dr. Walt Larimore |
  • February 22, 2008 |
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Home Businesses for Homeschoolers

Operating a home-based business is becoming a much more common, desired option for many people today. I believe there are many reasons why homeschoolers, especially those with teens, could benefit from having a home business.

College Students and Privacy: Do Your Homework

As a mother of two sons in college, it's more than disturbing to hear college faculty announce that they cannot give me any information about my sons without my sons' permission. The truth is, there are circumstances under which a school can release information - even without student consent.

  • Rebecca Hagelin |
  • February 08, 2008 |
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Obstacles or Advantages?

So what are the two biggest questions that will be thrown at you as you approach the high school years? More importantly, are they really the obstacles people say they are? Read more...

High School…Wrapping It All Up!

Wondering about what Homeschooling High School is like? What it looks like? What really needs to be taught in these last few years at home? Come home and join us right-smack-dab-in-the-middle of our journey!

How Can I Set Healthy Boundaries for My Teen?

Boundaries are simply limits set around behavior to try to change the direction a child is going. They define what you will and won’t accept, and should come from what you believe is right for your teen at this stage in his life and for your family.

Why is Higher Education Important?

What is higher education? Why do you need it? What do the statistics show? How should you, as a homeschooler, begin approaching higher education? And, most importantly, what is God's plan for your life?

  • Dr. Heather Allen |
  • December 21, 2007 |
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The Internet, Teens, and Privacy

Do you have a tough time balancing “need to know” with providing your teen “some private space?”

It's Off to College We Go! - Part 2

Financing higher education is the home stretch of your journey from high school to college. Knowing the course in this area can help you finish strong and save dollars. Don't miss these tips...

It's Off to College We Go! - Part 1

Where is the path that will successfully lead your child from home to the campus gateway? Uncharted courses can appear daunting, but there is a roadway that will take you and your high schooler through choosing the best college, a marketable degree, and a fitting career path. So, put on your walking shoes and let's go!

Homeschooling Through College

Many homeschool students are finding that earning a college degree through distance education is a comparable, and even better, way of achieving their academic goals. Learn more about this rising movement...

  • Matthew and David Bass |
  • November 09, 2007 |
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Why Homeschool Teens?

When our children reach the high school years, we begin to question whether homeschooling can really provide them with what they need--spiritually, socially, and academically. But homeschooling is effective in high school for the same reasons it is effective in the younger grades. As a matter of fact, homeschooling in high school can yield great dividends in the life of your teen.

  • Elizabeth Smith |
  • November 02, 2007 |
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Parenting Teens with Grace

Grace, given at just the right moment, has the power to change the direction of any struggle, and may ultimately bring it to an end.

The Benefits of Participating in Pageants

Why would a modest homeschool girl want to be in a pageant? Read her story of transformation from a painfully shy wallflower to a confident contestant.

  • Chantelle Wright |
  • October 19, 2007 |
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Cross-Cultural Studies Firsthand

Learning can take many forms and most of life's most important lessons are taught outside the classroom. Here's one homeschool grad's experience studying overseas...

Navigating Through Life

Decisions. Responsibilities. Life is full of both. Responsibilities are always with us, and decisions are so much a part of everyday life that, except for the ones that make us pause a moment, we make them almost subconsciously. Have we focused on teaching our children how to make decisions and carry their own responsibilities? Here are some tips...

  • Leslie J. Wyatt |
  • September 21, 2007 |
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Fashion Rebels: Modeling for Modesty

Modesty. It's the latest form of rebellion—and as the father of three daughters, I can tell you I welcome this kind of rebellion.

The Ultimate Reality: American Teens Experience Persecution In Vietnam

Last year, eight teens traveled to Vietnam to witness firsthand the persecution of Christians in the Asian nation. Their adventure was captured on film and is available now on DVD from The Voice of the Martyrs.

The Myth of the Teen Brain: A Q&A with Dr. Epstein

In his book, Dr. Epstein argues that teens are being shortchanged by the academic institutions and legal systems of American society today, and he explains why and how teens should be given adult rights and responsibilities based on their individual abilities. Does he have a point?

  • Andrea Longbottom |
  • August 24, 2007 |
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Thrive on a Secular College Campus

Have a child heading off to college this Fall? Abby Nye gives ways Christian students can thrive on a secular campus...

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