Home schoolers told to run ‘race’ well

By MIA LIGHT (Staff Writer) Published: May 29, 2011 | Standard Speaker JAMIE PESOTINE/Staff Photographer The Hazleton Area Homeschoolers, from left, Derek Burns, Jessica Burridge, Rebecca Logan, Priscilla Schirmer, Daniel Stokes and Patrick Sullivan, stand before their families and friends as graduates of the class of 2011 at the close of Saturday’s commencement ceremony held […]

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Beginning to Pray Together

These eight suggestions will help you transform your marriage with prayer. by David Stoop, Jan Stoop Here are eight suggestions for beginning to pray together that were given to us by the couples who responded to our questionnaire. They come from their own experiences and were developed through their own struggles to begin to pray […]

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Think Before You Tweet . . . and Other Tips for Social Media Evangelism

Social media sites like Facebook and Twitter open the door for Christians to present the gospel to more people than ever before (over 500 million on Facebook, for example). But we must go fully equipped. Pray Before we even turn on the computer or phone, we should turn to God for insight, wisdom, and clear […]

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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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