In order for your children to be "salt and light" they must first be brought up to walk in the Light.
By learning what others have done before us, we are able to use critical thinking to guide our families in truth.
If we have sheltered our family in the Word of God and built our foundation on the Rock, then we have a shelter in the storm.
I’m a frugal home educator and an enthusiastic believer in the value of educational travel. A journey doesn’t just teach—it inspires.
That garden may be growing beans or daisies, but in the child’s heart, eternal seeds are growing.
If your children are taking tests this year, here is some advice from one who has a love-hate relationship with the process.
In the area of sexuality and moral integrity of our children, we are in a state of emergency. This is not a test!
Barna’s proclamation that an average 70% of teens will leave the church after high school graduation honestly doesn't scare me.
Gardening is a mirror of our homeschool journey, both requiring the understanding that small seeds lead to bountiful harvests.
If you have a large enough family, you’re likely to have a child who develops a "Hate of Learning" attitude at some point.
It’s challenging to know how to help kids who are grieving news of other kids’ tragic deaths, such as in the Boston bombings.
Our neighborhood tea parties were so much fun, and they provided an opportunity to teach manners, politeness, and even prayer.
There are great things you can do with computers: play music, view websites, do research, interact with people, and much more.
Obviously, the best toys here won’t be the best toys for everyone, but there are some things we’ve considered as we’ve purchased toys:
I think, though, in order to truly bloom where we are planted, we must be grateful for all circumstances seasons.
We cannot wait until our teens face peer pressure and expect them to know how to handle something they aren’t prepared for.
On the 101st Anniversary of the sinking of the Titanic, read the story of one man who perished that night reaching souls for God.
Dyslexia is an auditory/language problem, visual/perceptual problem, and often a visual/motor (eye/hand) problem as well.
Are you stashing treats away for care packages? Noticing credit card offers coming in...for your child? College looms!