Modern changes in the philosophy of public school can be traced back to the changes in the faith and social structure of the United States.
- October 02, 2012 |
I’m firmly convinced that kids have internal radar that makes them vie for the last, the best, or the one the others want.
Where does our authority come from? Are we blindly following human orders, like the Nazis claimed at Nuremberg?
Archimedes had an incredible ability to discover how to make things happen based on the laws set by God within creation.
Relax, read to the end, and you’ll be on your way to creating a professional-looking document for your teen.
We must exchange whispers with God before shouts with the world.
Where do we start in providing an excellent education for our homeschooled children, if we are not going to follow the model of public school?
There are three areas that combine to make up each person’s unique way of learning: gender, temperament, and learning style.
I thought maybe once I’d had it as an adult, I would be immune to the second exposure. But nope. I’ve got it again: senioritis.
Here are some key tips and principles to help your children become generous givers, prudent savers and wise managers of God's money.
All of us will find ourselves having to speak in public. Here are a few tips and exercises that can help us become better communicators.
Co-ops are quietly changing the homeschooling landscape, providing an attractive option for parents.
The good news is that students don’t have to be math geniuses to ace the math section of the SAT.
Carey Kinsolving asks children to weigh in on this difficult theological concept.
In today's electronic age, journaling is almost becoming nonexistent. However, journal writing was highly valued in centuries past.
Think about search engines, electronics, and technology through the lens of homeschooling.
Without God’s intervention, I might have prevented my son from ever becoming a modern-day warrior.
Carey Kinsolving takes a look at what kids have to say about this famous underdog story.
Does it matter that I am a Christian? Does it matter if I pray? Could it be true that a small seed of faith is enough to move a mountain?