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Encouragement

The Gaze that Grace Gives

It has been said that a child’s first impression of God is found in the face of his mother. She gazes on him lovingly, ready to meet his every need, willing to sacrifice whatever she must to care for him, nurture him, teach him about his world, protect him, help him to find purpose and meaning in life.

Life in the Fast Lane

With childhood innocence she asked this killer question: “Deddy, why do we always go places in the fast lane?”

Empty Chairs and Empty Tables

When I hear the song, “Empty Chairs and Empty Tables” from Les Miserables, I need to have a box of Kleenex handy—especially lately. Many homeschooling families I know, including my own, have empty chairs at the table.

Ten Biblical Principles to Happily-Ever-After

Genesis 2:18 Then the Lord God said, “It is not good that the man should be alone; I will make him a helper fit forhim.”

Introducing GREENHOUSE

It is my pleasure to introduce the inaugural issue of GREENHOUSE magazine, a publication of North Carolinians for Home Education (NCHE). The publication is considerably different than the Greenhouse Report, the publication subscribers received in the mail a few short months ago. A lot has changed. You have immediately noticed its bold cover, compact size (7×10) and robust binding. We have expanded the number of pages and filled them with colorful photos and typography to please.

Jeff's Journal: Examining Your Focus

Another summer has ended, and it is time for many homeschools to begin the official education process once again. That would mean schools that do not operate full-time all year.

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