Five Ideas for Christmas School

by Katie Julius When should Christmas celebrations start? It’s something that’s heavily debated, with each side staunchly defending their position. I’m in the camp that Christmas doesn’t start until after we’ve celebrated what we are thankful for. The long weekend...

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...

On Call All Day? 

You can take off your teacher’s hat by Rebecca Kocsis Being a homeschool parent is a tall order. Any parent wears many hats: chauffeur, chef, cleaner, counselor, financial manager, and so on. Then add full-time educator to the list. Yes, it’s a tall order.  As the...