We are Thankful

With a focus on what we are thankful for this week, we wanted to reflect on what we are thankful for in our homeschools. We have collected responses from some of Team CHEA and CHEA’s Support Network leaders that are featured below. We pray you are encouraged by what...

Paco’s Perspective: An Invitation to Relationship

by Dr. Lisa Dunne In his 1936 essay “The Capitol of the World,” Ernest Hemingway tells the story of a teenager named Paco and his broken relationship with his father. When Paco runs away from home, his father begins a long, failed journey to find him. One day, in...

The Best Laid Plans

by Katie Julius You’ve spent all summer researching your curriculum, planning, praying. The day has finally arrived. You take your excited kids out to the porch or the yard for the obligatory “First Day” photos. Maybe you have a cute sign you’ve made or purchased that...

The View is Worth It

by Rebecca Kocsis I’m not an outdoor girl. I much prefer curling up with a good book and a cup of tea than traversing in the wild. Although I love nature walks, I don’t do cold, wet, and dirty very well. And I’m not a big fan of heights either. That’s why that time...