Learning Styles

Learning styles or preferences are the way each person best learns. Knowing how your child learns will help you plan and purchase curriculum. The way you like to learn is often the way you teach. It can be struggle for an auditory learned to teach a hands-on learner. Felder-Silverman Learning Style VARK – A Guide […]

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Where’s Dad?

By: Stan John “He’s YOUR son! You take him for a few hours and see if you can get him to do something… anything!” It was an all too familiar scene as I came home late from another long day at the office. The homeschool utopia we had hoped for seemed to be falling apart, […]

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CHAP Convention Audios Available

CHAP Homeschool Convention Audios are available. Each year, notable leaders in the homeschool movement are invited to speak at the annual CHAP Homeschool Convention. Beginning in 2004, CHAP began making recordings of these sessions available for download, first in CD format, now in downloadable MP3 format as well. These recordings run roughly 45-50 minutes in […]

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The Role of Men in God’s Plan

By Mark Holden This brief article is intended to give a brief overview of the Biblical picture of manhood. It is by no means exhaustive, and in fact could be greatly expanded upon in each of its parts.  The purpose is to provide a quick overview that can hopefully whet the appetite for embracing deeper […]

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Dads Teaching High School: Why, What and How

By Mike Cheney During the past few years God has been moving the hearts of fathers to take the lead in the home discipleship movement.  While speaking before groups and organizing and attending various conferences I have noted a dramatic increase in the number of men in attendance.  Increasingly, men have gone from trudging along […]

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A Lifetime of Refried Beans and Molasses

By Carol Barnier “Here’s your breakfast!” said Mom, as she cheerfully placed in front of her awakening children a plate covered with smooth refried beans and a little dollop of molasses. The children went suddenly silent. This was new. However, they had been taught not to complain, so they dutifully ate what was put before […]

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