A Memoir Star Who Continues to Soar

Carla Epp of Apple Valley shared her inspiring life story on September 11 at The Community Church at Jess Ranch’s monthly “Round-Up." Her story is also featured in Footprints...

5 Homeschool Planning Hacks to Save Your Sanity

Ah, homeschool planning. You either love it, or you hate, am I right? Me? I’ve always loved it – perhaps a little too much. I enjoyed doing it so much that...

Homeschool Families: Take a Summer Break

When I was in (public) school, I remember the build-up of anticipation as the school year was drawing to a close and summer was about to begin. Freedom! Sure, we...

CHEACon: Annual Homeschool Convention at Pasadena Convention Center July 11-13

With the new controversial sex education guidelines and vaccine exemptions for public school children being severely limited on everyone’s minds, parents nationwide are rethinking their schooling options. Homeschooling is...

My Amazing Journey of Autism

When I was in kindergarten I was diagnosed with autism. My development began normally until eighteen months when I began to regress, losing the ability to communicate words I had...

Mental Health Summit Strives to End Stigmas and Offer Hope

When my brother died by suicide five years ago, we were speechless. Despite the ways he struggled personally, we never considered suicide as a possibility for him. In an...

Using Read-Alouds as the Spine of Your Homeschool

When it comes to read-alouds, the homeschooling community is certainly aware of their value. Whether families use them for familial bonding, to promote literacy, to bring subjects to life,...

Lifeschooling: Using the World as Your Classroom

Have you ever thought about what the word “curriculum” means? For years, the first thing that came to mind for me were books – textbooks, to be precise. While books can—and...

Outraged Parents Rally at Capitol Against Morally Corrupting Curriculum

A parent-organized group from Southern California is holding a rally on March, 28 at the California state capitol to protest content of new educational materials that school administrators say...

Memoir Stars: High School Students Interview Senior Citizens

Too often we don’t learn about our brothers and sisters in Christ until their funeral or memorial service. What better time to hear them speak about their life and...
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