“How much homework should I give my child?” is a frequent question for many families who have chosen the homeschool path.
What is happening when bright, hardworking kids and teenagers have to expend so much energy to process things auditorily?
I remember finding out that I was going to be a mother for the first time. I was unmarried, alone, helpless, embarrassed, and frightened.
I prayed for wisdom…and the response was the realization that unconditional love and support from your family is the foundation.
Most people don’t realize that over 290,000 U.S. children are at risk of being sexually exploited. Is your daughter?
Ed Stetzer and his team spoke with pastors' kids to see what makes them run from the pews when they get older. Here's what they found...
The ancient Greeks invented drama—and not the kind our kids invent when asked to mow the yard or wash the dishes.
The butterfly hung there a long time. We decided to make sure it could fly to freedom when it decided to let go of that twig, so David took the twig out to the patio and laid it on the railway. We waited.
There’s no training for the most difficult job any of us will ever have: being a mom or a dad. You have to pick it up as you go.
January is a month to celebrate the positive forward thinking that brought your family to this very moment in time.
Art is an essential part of a well-rounded curriculum, as it adds so much value to the learning (and the life) experience.
Whatever we choose, we all want our children delivered safely and successfully back to our homeland in the end.
As a father, you play a vital role in helping your daughter develop the confidence God wants her to have to do well in life.
When parents make college calculations and discover the actual costs involved, sticker shock is a common occurrence.
As a Christian, writing well is one of my greatest aspirations—it is another way I can reflect our Lord, the Word made Flesh.
All the way home, Sam couldn’t help thinking how much he’d been looking forward to going on their summer vacation.
“Writing is boring!” If you live with this child, you know as her parent that a lack of creativity is not the problem.
The aim is to keep it simple but thorough, focusing on the end of the year, accomplishments, achievements, and awards.
Boredom is a relatively new concept. In the eighteenth century, no one was bored. There was no time or energy to be bored.