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Homeschool Parents to Lose Children Permanently

Government Officials Seek to Terminate Johansson Parenthood over Homeschooling Contact: Jeremiah Lorrig, Home School Legal Defense Association, 540-338-5600 PURCELLVILLE, Va., Oct. 12, 2011 /Christian Newswire/ — Swedish officials on the Island of Gotland are seeking to terminate the parental rights of homeschool parents Christer and Annie Johansson. The latest development in this monumental homeschool rights case started when […]

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Dr. Brian Ray

Dr. Brian Ray Responds to Christianity Today

  Dr. Brian Ray, of National Home Education Research Institute, wrote the following letter in response to an article published in Christianity Today. Dear Editor, Your “Spotlight: The Lasting Effects of Your School” (Christianity Today, Aug. 29, 2011) was a dismal presentation of research. The “Religious Homeschool” category should not have been included, for three […]

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VHS - Veteran HomeSchoolers

Thinking of Retiring

Is the VHS Obsolete? by Dawn Baumeister In our world of technological progress, some people may think so. But I, for one, hold the VHS in high regard. They have much to teach us. Veteran HomeSchoolers, that is – the pioneers of the homeschooling movement, the ones who did battle for us. I overheard a […]

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Remembering 9-11

Remembering 9-11

Each year as 9/11 approaches, it is difficult to associate this date with anything other than the horrific acts that occurred on that day. It is now forever a part of our history. As Christians, the Bible teaches the importance of remembering our heritage and our history. A non-profit group named StoryCorps has undertaken the […]

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Old Testament Tabernacle

A life sized replica of the Old Testament Tabernacle on display here at the Harrisburg Christian Performing Arts Center. It is open for tours from 10-4 Mon-Sat. The last tour begins at 3. The tours are 45-60 minutes long. It is $9 for adults and $7 for children 6-11(5and under are free).  The proceeds from […]

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The Parable of the Pencil

I thought you may enjoy this inspirational story as many of you may be preparing for the new school year: A pencil maker took a pencil aside before passing him along to a student. “There are five important things you need to know before I send you out into the world,” he told the pencil. […]

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