Without God’s intervention, I might have prevented my son from ever becoming a modern-day warrior.
- September 04, 2012 |
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?
When assembling a toolbox for your preschoolers, there are a few important things to remember...
On the radio program "Home School Heartbeat" Mike Farris talks to homeschool graduates about how they prepared (or didn't prepare) for life in college.
Sibling conflict is unavoidable, but that doesn’t mean it has to throw your household into constant chaos.
Those who are good at their jobs AND able to communicate will rise to positions of influence and leadership.
There are new ways to learn and new ways to teach. Technology is making a huge impact on the ways we educate as well.
"Dear Dad, I am not sending your grandkids to school. John and I have decided to homeschool the kids."
Whether what is before them is pleasing to God or not, children will mirror what they see.
Homeschooling fathers should be leaders in their homes, including their children’s education.
Motion pictures playing in a child’s brain cause a child to remember. So why not have them dramatize battles?
The knowledge of basic high school essentials can turn any academic philosophy into a successful high school experience.
You don’t have to wait until your children grow older and less needy to invest in good relationships.
Teaching a child to read can be one of the most exciting times in your homeschool adventure, or it can be one of the most frustrating.
Turns out, preschool at home was a pleasure both to our son and to me.
More than a really relevant youth group or the latest Bible study to hit the market, teens need Mom and Dad to stand in the gap for them and connect with them over all the issues our mixed-up, demoralizing culture is throwing their way.
In the face of a tragic shooting, we are reminded that Christians are called to be culture changers.
On many days you feel like a lousy teacher, but . . . a soldier? “Not ME!” you cry aloud.