While there may be times we have to grab the wheel from our kids, it’s important that we begin letting go in the teen years.
If you're one of the few with an only child at home, you may be asking, "Can I homeschool my only child?" The answer is yes!
My homeschooling intentions are good and my initial enthusiasm is high, but my expectations are sometimes unreal.
As a parent, you want to make sure your child stays safe, but how do you accomplish this while respecting their independence?
What is your child learning in the classroom of your heart?
Have you ever gone over something repeatedly with your child, only to hear him cry in despair, "I just don't get it!"
When you thought about becoming a parent, you probably expected you’d say regular things. Then…you actually had a child.
The constant noise of media has stunted a child’s ability to pay attention to anything that isn’t exploding on screen.
With the right plan, you can make the decision to homeschool your teen the best part of your child's education ever!
Many moms dread teaching science, perhaps because of their own weak science background.
Beware of any writer or speaker who insinuates that their homeschooling/parent method is THE way to raise children.
Let’s face it. Some things are difficult to talk through. But the truth is this, if we don't talk with them, someone else will.
If your teen seems like a stranger, he or she doesn’t have to remain that way.
As you start this school year, you might feel like you can't do it alone - and you're probably right. Thankfully you don't have to!
Sometimes I think we knock ourselves out talking about a Christian worldview, but then don’t behave as Christians.
We pray three core values over our children: learning, leadership, and the love of God.
The work of the Spirit in the human heart is nothing we can format, predict, or schedule. The Spirit moves as he will (John 3:8).
Attention home school dad! Yes, you are the one. The school disciplinarian, the principal, the one who keeps law and order.
Step back and take a long look at your circumstances. What gifts has God given to you to prepare you for this moment?