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Getting Dad on Board


Sometimes the hardest part of homeschooling is proving to our husbands what we’ve done with our time. You know what I’m talking about! Many husbands want to see in black and white what their precious children are learning. You’ve been ...

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Why Can’t She Just Keep Her Room Clean?


How to Cope as an Ordered Parent with a Distractible Child Mom Cori has had it with her daughter’s disorganized bedroom. Her frustration is apparent in her note to me. So take a look, then keep reading for some solutions ...

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5 Myths to Overcome When Teaching Worldview


Worldview Myths One of the hottest, if not the hottest, topics in homeschooling right now is worldview. Twenty years ago, you never heard the term worldview, let alone saw books, curricula, seminars, and websites dedicated to it. Now, though, you ...

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Choosing Quality Bible Curriculum


Are you in search of sound Bible studies and curricula? I am not talking about devotionals such as My Big Book of 5-Minute Devotions that are discussions and object lessons to help you apply Scripture. I am talking about Bible ...

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A Homeschool Mom’s Advent Calendar


On the First Week of Advent . . .   Begin creating your homemade gifts. Nothing says self-sacrifice like hot glue gunning everything sparkly to everything glittery. Pick up your Christmas cards from your handy-dandy neighborhood super store. Wonder if ...

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What is Advent, Anyway?


‘Tis the season when Advent books and products are everywhere! There are Advent wreaths, Advent calendars, Advent devotionals, Advent Bible studies . . . and the list goes on. But, what exactly is Advent? What does it mean? Advent Defined In one ...

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Bunker Mentality


In this episode, Rebecca Keliher and Wally Long address issues arising from the bunker mentality many Christians and homeschoolers adopt.

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Ideas for Less-Stress Holidays

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Let’s face it. Even for Christians the day of December 25th sometimes feels more like a deadline than a “holy day.” The season that should be known for peaceful joy is notorious for being the most stressful. If you’ve ever ...

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