The Equality Act and Homeschoolers

by John McGowan, Esq. On February 25, the United States House of Representatives passed the “Equality Act”, a law that its proponents say is necessary to prevent people from being discriminated against on the basis of their sexual orientation and gender identity. The...

The Most Wonderful Time of the Year

by Katie Julius It’s the most wonderful time of the year…it’s also one of the busiest times of the year. While this year may not be quite as busy as usual, we can’t escape the organized chaos that this season so often brings. Many homeschool parents begin to look at...

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Remember When?

by Rebecca Kocsis As I look back at the years we homeschooled my mind tends to go in one of two directions. Either I romanticize them, remembering only the wonderful times and the warm and fuzzy moments, as if the difficult days never happened. Or I look back...

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What Do You Think About God’s Provision?

by Gena Suarez What do you think about God’s provision? When comparing it to the way you and your husband provide for your own children, does it measure up? It is very easy to fall into the trap of thinking, "Where is God? Why won’t He provide?" when in actuality, you...

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Wading through Difficult Seasons

by Jan Burt When we find ourselves in a difficult season of life, whether it is a heavy moment that feels as if our world has come crashing down around us or a circumstance we have been enduring for an extended period, we need the tenacity and wherewithal to hang on...

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Let’s Get Real

by Katie Julius I saw a meme recently on my feed. I can’t recall exactly what it said, but this was the jist of it: ME: I’m tired. I could use a break. SOCIAL MEDIA: You’re a mom! You’ve got this! ME: I really could use some help. SOCIAL MEDIA: You’re a strong mama!...

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Skipping Thanksgiving?

by Rebecca Kocsis October is in the rearview mirror, though I suspect the remnants of it are loitering around your house. I’ll bet you have buckets of candies yet to be counted, organized, traded, and consumed, along with superhero costumes not yet in the closet....

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Mad Cow Mama

by Gena Suarez You got through the week. You did it. And I know there were moments you feel you probably suffered from "mad cow mama" syndrome, but what’s done is done. Good thing your Father is patient, and your family so forgiving. They love you. I think it’s good...

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Don’t Be Afraid to Use ‘Starts’

by Christina Rivera I'm not just a home school mamma; I'm also a huge fan of gardening. Most of my children have grown up 'farm-schooling'. We used to struggle to plant from seeds with the idea that all 'real' gardeners always sow seeds. It was a struggle, and we...

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The Day I Almost Quit and How God Worked it Out for Our Good

by Susan Pineda How can I homeschool if my kids won’t do what I ask? That is a really great question - an important, practical question. If it is a constant battle to get the work done, or worse - it seems impossible to get the work done, then what? Do I have to admit...

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