Grief is a language our hearts must learn if we ever want to find true peace as the parent of a child who has died before birth.
When asked, "What about socialization?" are we really answering critics in the best way possible?
I need to find fresh motivation every January. Really, what is it that keeps me doing this very difficult act of homeschooling?
With each passing day, our children grow up in seemingly small ways. Then we blink and they are setting up homes of their own!
After the decorations have been put away and we’re back to routines, let’s give ourselves the rest of the winter to clean and organize
What other activity lifts the spirits of a homeschooling mom more than shopping for new materials?
The temptation to overfill our schedules with activities is even stronger with homeschoolers than it is within the culture at large.
In this edition of "Kids Talk About God" children weigh in on how to best pray for our country and our country's leaders.
“They that wait upon the Lord shall renew their strength” (Isaiah 40:31).
A general understanding of what is involved in art education is probably more valuable to the homeschooler than any artistic talent.
It’s tempting focus on romance, but when children are involved, you must make wise decisions that reflect God’s best for all of you.
“Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ."
Is your grammar as sharp as it used to be? Take a practice quiz here.
“Don’t quote the Bible to me!” she says with annoyance. “I don’t believe it anymore.” Was that how your world changed?
Identifying objectives early in the process can make the difference between a successful author and an orphaned inspiration.
Artists see the world differently. Let’s take a look at some constructive ways to live with your artist.
A grandparent’s job is to help and encourage, offering assistance within the lifestyle and routines of this new family.
In this "Kids Talk About God" article, Carey talks with kids about contentment, and what that really looks like in our lives.
High schoolers and families learning ASL have the potential of bringing light into a dim world for many Deaf people.