But If Not

by John McGowan When I was 36 years old, I was diagnosed with advanced stage colon cancer. It came at a time when my personal and professional life was full, thriving even. I was busy running a small law firm with a growing practice. My wife and I were heavily...

Is Homeschooling a Calling?

by Rebecca Kocsis I don’t consider homeschooling to be a calling.  You are probably shocked to hear me say that. Saying it’s a calling makes it sound like it’s only for a select few: like a calling into the ministry or the mission field. We may even think it’s...
Essential Ingredients to Homeschool Success

Essential Ingredients to Homeschool Success

This week’s blog is written by the owner of Cornerstone Curriculum, David & Shirley Quine, who is one of our Keys to Homeschooling & Curriculum Fair sponsors. We are grateful for their continued sponsorship and support of CHEA events.  © 2021 Cornerstone...

A New Day

by Katie Julius At a recent park day, a fellow homeschooling mom and I were sharing some of the challenges we had been having with our children. As we talked, it became apparent that while our children do need character building and correction, we, ourselves, needed...