Why Homeschool Community is Important

by Katie Julius I’m sure that if you’ve even suggested the idea of homeschooling to your family and friends, you’ve heard the question, “What about socialization?” It’s probably one of the most common “concerns” that parents have when considering educating their...
Should We Take Government Money for Private Education?

Should We Take Government Money for Private Education?

by Nathan Pierce, Family Protection Ministries Taxation and government funding are not new concepts. Throughout human history, governments have levied taxes on their citizens. In biblical times, the Pharisees tried to muster up accusations against Jesus by questioning...

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Giving Roots to Love

Giving Roots to Love

by Michael Farris, Alliance Defending Freedom As I write this — bleary-eyed in a sweatshirt and pajamas at my home computer — my wife, Vickie is upstairs trying to get our newborn son, Peter James, to go back to sleep. Vickie is even more tired than I am because only...

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Author! Author! Creative Writing in Your Homeschool

Author! Author! Creative Writing in Your Homeschool

by Megan Mora Fuentes Creative writing is a great tool to use in your homeschool. It offers an outlet for creativity and free expression, a place to explore ideas, and is an excellent way to practice communication skills. Check out this Homeschool Living article for...

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Like Mary

Like Mary

by Rebecca Kocsis I had a Christmas baby. Mine was a baby girl. Cradling her in my arms as I convalesced after she was born, it was so easy to identify with Mary, the mother of our Lord. The wonder of a new life; the miracle that had taken place; thinking of all that...

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Inspired Ideas

by Rebecca Kocsis Have you ever had an inspired idea and pushed hard for its acceptance only to see it turned down? Then, after a while, someone else was able to see the same idea come to fruition? Deflated, you were sure you had heard from God. What happened? Perhaps...

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Does Government Have Authority over the Church or Family?

by Nathan Pierce, Family Protection Ministries Far too often, those in government give into the temptation to take responsibility and authority for things outside of their appropriate purview. In the past year, politicians have regulated businesses in ways that...

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Christmas School

Christmas School

by Katie Julius It’s supposed to be the most joyous time of the year filled with holiday cheer. Sadly, I think most parents would admit that this is actually one of the most stressful times of the year. You have holiday gatherings to attend, gifts to purchase, a home...

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You Can Homeschool High School

You Can Homeschool High School

by Marie Stout Teaching high school to my young adults was not only challenging but thrilling. It was a wonderful opportunity to pour into their lives in the most formative years before leaving the nest. I had a multitude of reasons why I should do it. I just needed...

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Thank is a Verb

Thank is a Verb

by Katie Julius This time of year, I have the lyrics of Don Moen running through my head on repeat. Give thanks with a grateful heart.Give thanks to the Holy One.Give thanks because He’s givenJesus Christ, His Son.And now let the weak say, “I am strong.”Let the poor...

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