We Can Point Them Back to Christ

We realize that the impact of losing your home is amplified when your home is also where you school. Children affected had everything they knew ripped from them. This creates

Don’t Cover Up, Own Up

| from Lauren Roman | Have you noticed that a child who’s done something wrong can try to cover it up and/or escape responsibility without any training? If you haven’t,

Homeschool Readin’, ‘Ritin’, and ‘Rithmetic with the 8 Great Smarts

| from Tina Hollenbeck | Every homeschooler must contend with the parameters of the homeschool law in his or her state of residence. In addition to that, we aim to

Don’t Kiss Summer Good-Bye Just Yet

| from Tina Hollenbeck | It’s mid-July. If you’re like many homeschooling parents, that means you’ve already bid adieu to “summer vacation” in your mind and are right now at

You Are Ultimately Responsible

| from Tina Hollenbeck | Over the past year, I’ve had more coffee dates than I can count. In fact, I’ve had five such outings in just the last week,

Our 4 Mirror Questions

| from Courtney Critz | When she was quite little, my daughter began to notice that her hair was different from other girls’ hair. She talked about it tangling and