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When Ministry Competes with Family

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What to do when ministry competes. Lately I’ve been serving my family a lot of leftovers (in every sense of the word). It was never my intention. As a home educator I’m with them constantly. Isn’t “togetherness” supposed to be ...

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A Marriage Story

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Once upon a time there lived a boy and a girl. She was shy, insecure, stubborn, and somewhat passive aggressive. He was blunt, comedic, stubborn, and somewhat aggressively aggressive. The girl was short and skinny, broke, and artistic. She was a ...

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The Way We Were

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Welcome to the Audience Soapbox article from 2014 Issue 5 of Home Educating Family Magazine. The point of the Audience Soapbox is to give our readers a place to discuss both sides of issues. This is a place to discuss philosophies. ...

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Discovering Individuality

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Take a look inside Home Educating Family Magazine 2011, Issue 3, and meet the Phillips family in this episode of Inside Scoop. Hear how they encourage homeschoolers to be discovering individuality within their own families.

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The Isolated Homeschooler: Tips and Encouragement

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Co-ops. Associations. Enrichment classes. Homeschool play dates. Mother’s Day Out with homeschool classes. Do you ever hear those words and want to scream, “It’s not fair! Why can’t I have those opportunities?” Or am I the only isolated homeschooler who ...

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Must Reads Homeschool Edition, September 20, 2014

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Welcome to “Must Reads: Homeschool Edition” for September 20, 2014! Before your weekend gets too busy, we’d like to inspire you with some of our favorite articles from the week from HEDUA’s sites and across the web. Each Saturday we’ll ...

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Helping Your Children Hear from God

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Four a.m. I awoke. This has been a tough year. I have experienced a great deal of loss, and sleeping doesn’t come easily. My heart aches with sadness. This crisp and cold morning, however, it wasn’t the inability to sleep ...

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Courtship

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Matthew and Meagan Bullington discuss their courtship experience and challenge viewers to redefine their view of courtship in this compelling edition of Life Plus Homeschooling.

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When Your Teen Starts Questioning His Faith

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It happened. Not the moment you’ve been dreading, where your teenager announces her new tattoo or when he dyes his hair stark white to match the latest craze. Not the moment where you are wrestling with the consequences of a ...

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Special Needs Moms, Don’t Give Up!

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I’ve been labeled as a special needs mom for five years now. Wow. Those first three years were definitely the hardest. My son’s sensory issues were out of control and other things related to his Aspergers syndrome affected our lives ...

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To Grade or Not to Grade

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Linda Lacour Hobar, author of the popular curriculum Mystery of History, drops in to talk with Rebecca Keliher about the decision "To Grade or Not to Grade."

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