Conflict with you Teen

Conflict With Your Teen

by Gary Smalley, Greg Smalley Good communication is vital during conflict. When we asked 5,000 adults what they wished their parents had done differently during times of conflict, they gave these three responses most often: They wished their parents had listened more. They wished they could have talked about feelings more. They wished they had […]

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Family prayer

Seven Creative Ways to Pray as a Family

What can your family do to incorporate prayer into daily life? Consider these creative ideas from mom and author Mary DeMuth: Embrace technology. We live in a digital age, and our family has learned the value of technology in praying with, and for, one another—using e-mail, text messaging, and even social networking sites. I’ve e-mailed […]

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Free webinar: The IRS and Your Homeschool Organization

Thursday , October 27, 2011 I have offered a few webinars in the past to help homeschool leaders like you: Paying Workers in a Homeschool Organization and Fund Raisers for Homeschool Groups I think it’s time for another webinar and the topic will be: The IRS and Your Homeschool Organization Quite an important topic! In […]

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In the News

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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