Three Resources Every Homeschool Parent Needs

If you have not looked into homeschool resources yet, beware! There is so much stuff! From planners, to books, organizers, supplies— truly, the list can go on and on....

Christian Home Educators Association Provides One-Stop-Shop for Parents

T here is currently a tidal wave of new homeschoolers due to the pandemic. As school districts pivot to distance learning or unveil plans to return to classrooms with students and...

Americans Find New Ways to Celebrate Fathers

Father’s Day will be unique this year since the worldwide pandemic continues to disrupt our lives and inhibit our mobility. Although some stay at home advisories are still in effect,...

Homeschool Parent Responds to Harvard Magazine Article Suggesting a ‘Ban on Homeschooling’

By now, many in the homeschool community have either read or seen reports of the recent Harvard Magazine piece offering the views of Elizabeth Bartholet, professor of law and...

Mothers Will Be Celebrated More Than Ever

There’s no refuting that mothers are the overwhelming winners when people are asked who their favorite person is. Likewise, every year Americans spend billions of dollars on Mother’s Day...

Homeschool Parents: Does Your Family Have a Mission Statement?

Most organizations and businesses have a mission statement. What about Homeschool families? A mission statement is a formal summary of the aims and values of the company, organization, or individual....

Play Games

We have spent the last few days on the highway between Oklahoma and California. My husband and I decided to drive out to our farmhouse, which took three days...

Outspoken: Katie Leigh’s story

Once you hear the voice of Connie Kendall from Focus on the Family's “Adventures in Odyssey” radio drama you never forget it.

Great Ways for Dad’s to Bond with Their Babies

There is a lot of content out there about how important it is for new parents to bond with their babies. There are also lots and lots of articles...

Faith and Losing a Loved One to Suicide

My brother John and I grew up doing nearly everything together. We are only sixteen months apart and we lived in the middle nowhere, so that meant we were each...