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Unique vs. Individual

Oh, how much I want my children to excel! I want them to be proud of their uniqueness and bold in their passions. I want them to have the ability to lead. But, I also want them to know the importance of community, working well with others, and submitting to...

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When It All Stops Working

You don’t have rebellious teenagers or drug-addicted preteens because you didn’t do your job when they were preschoolers, and we won’t stand by and let anyone tell you that. No one, do you understand? Not a grandmother or a teacher or a pastor or a friend. We will take them...

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Travel the World This Winter

[vc_row][vc_column][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]How would you like to show your kids the world this winter? You can, right from the comfort of your own home, with virtual field trips! Although nothing could ever match the thrill of visiting famous historical locations in person, the increased availability of virtual tours allows experiences homeschoolers never...

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Challenged

As a Christian in the 21st century, I am inundated through media, social media, and culture with the mentality that I deserve things to go the way I want them to. My ideals should come to fruition. However, the book of Mark reminds me that we are called to be...

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