Your children may end up making many choices with which you disagree. Thankfully, nothing can ever separate them from God’s love.
- April 02, 2013 |
More than a quarter of teens in romantic relationships say their partners use technology to abuse them.
Freedom, flexibility, and the use of educational apps has truly revolutionized our homeschooling.
The ancient Spartans understood that they needed to raise children who embraced self-sacrifice more than any pleasures.
The Bible clearly encourages employing the counsel of others in our endeavors, and homeschooling is no exception.
Parents understand rules, but children often don't. However, rules, obedience, and consequences are from God.
Parents all over China look at Zheng Yaqi’s success and wonder if maybe homeschooling has contributed to his creative endeavors.
Trying comparing these categories: responsibility, academics, supplementary curriculum, values, safety, and environment.
As you learn about your children, you are better able to adapt your environment for them, enabling them to be even more successful.
God said training children while walking pays off (Deuteronomy 6:7), and He’s right. Here’s how it has for us...
Proponents of daytime curfews have good intentions: to decrease juvenile crime and increase the high school graduation rate.
Through these regular practices, students gain invaluable writing skills that will serve them well in college and in real life.
When children are motivated they have a zest for learning that extends beyond Legos and bikes to science, history, and literature.
Tthe word “Atari,” the brand name of one of the original video game platforms, means in Japanese “you’re about to become engulfed.”
Are you working at home with a bright, hardworking child or teenager who has to work too hard to learn?
The pleasures of homeschooling our children are many, the rewards great, and the challenges plentiful.
Home-educated graduates are the most likely to get divorced? Most likely to feel prepared for a vibrant spiritual life?
In this edition of "Kids Talk About God" Carey Kinsolving gets child-like perspectives on the definition of goodness.
Parents often ask my wife Missy and me why we give classic literature such a prominent place in our curriculum.