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Looking back over our parenting years, don’t we all wish we could have done some things different

In this fun and inspiring workshop, Cheryl Carter, a columnist, author and freelance writer share

This workshop will provide practical strategies for teaching the foundational principles of relat

As Tracy Klicka has experienced, it is not always easy for a homeschooling mom to keep her focus,

As home educators unfamiliar with school traffic, bus routes and hall passes, we are bringing up

With five children, Jen has mastered the fine art of 80% off living.

Change is one of the most frequent causes of conflict, whether in the home, office, church or on

Balance, that’s what it is all about.

Home is where the heart is, and for countless generations, it’s where families lived, worked and

Charlotte Mason and Benjamin Franklin offered simple, practical methods for using models to learn

Homeschool marriages are breaking up everywhere. How can this be?

Our family is much like yours and many others.

A former admissions counselor and homeschooling parent will explain the college process, what cou

In this fast-paced, easy-to-understand workshop, you will distinguish three different grids that

Moving into the future with homeschooling, the availability of online education is exploding!

The “iY Generation” (twenty-two and younger) has acquired massive amounts of electronic informati

This workshop will provide an overview of four essential principles that will enable you and your

This workshop is designed for those who believe having a Christian worldview is important but may

 Christians should be asking ourselves how we are to adequately prepare our students for the spiritual and intellectual struggles that they will face in college.

Learn how to prepare for college.

Too many moms feels guilt if they can’t fit in a daily quiet time with God.

It's been said that 11:00 a.m. on Sunday is the most racially segregated hour of the week.

It's been said that 11:00 a.m. on Sunday is the most racially segregated hour of the week.

In spite of what the culture is telling us, boys and girls are different.

Refocus, reorganize, revive to re-energize mom first.

Relational wisdom is your ability to discern emotions and interests in yourself and in others, to

Relational wisdom is your ability to discern emotions and interests in yourself and in others, to

A general overview of the challenges, burdens and benefits of homeschooling from a veteran homesc

We hear it all around us: "It's not my fault!" American culture promotes irresponsibility and is

What makes some teachers so much more effective than others?

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