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Featured Articles:

By the Numbers: Homeschoolers and College

By Various Authors

How do homeschoolers feel about college? Here are some interesting numbers.

 

A Homeschool Reset Button

By Israel Wayne

Feeling tired, overwhelmed, or discouraged heading into the second half of the school year? Give your homeschool a reset!

 

How to Help Your Kids Stay Christian In College

By Nancy Pearcey

With some simple training, our students can learn how to analyze competing worldviews - without compromising their own.

 

5 Ways to Make Your High School Curriculum College-Ready

By Sapphire Heien

Strategies for getting your kids set for college success.

 

A Mother’s Most Essential Tool

By Maribeth Spangenberg

Nothing we can do for our kids is more important than this.

 

The Pros and Cons of the College Road Less Traveled

By Karen D. Koch

Considering a non-traditional approach to college education? Here are some things we learned during our son's journey.

 

Should Homeschoolers Go to College?

By Lea Ann Garfias and Jonathan Lewis and 

The pros and cons of college are many, and the debate over higher education has been vigorous inside the homeschool community. How do we sift through it all and arrive at some answers?

 

From Kalimantan to Kampala

By Dianna Gibney and Joy Forney and 

For a missionary-pilot family, field trips take on a whole new meaning!

 

Raising Adults with Joy

By Rebecca Brandt

Our task is to prepare our children to be adults focused on Christ.

 

Reviews in This Issue:

Raising Real Men

Reviewed by Matthew Lewis

“Boys will be boys.”  I’ve always hated that old expression, because it’s so often used to excuse poor behavior. And yet, there’s no arguing that no matter how misused it may be, the phrase is true.  So where is the balance? Is…Read 

 

Ivy Kids Learning Kits

Reviewed by Matthew Lewis

Ivy Kids Learning Kits are a fun and interesting idea. After all, what could be better than a themed box of educational goodies to help our younger children stay engaged and learn fun and useful facts and skills? And a new box every…Read 

 

Love Unending

Reviewed by Linnea Lewis

It’s common knowledge that the advent of children brings a change in a wife’s relationship with her husband. Suddenly, we’re responsible for a little human being who needs near constant care and who brings a whole new set of fears,…Read 

 

American Revolution Paper Soldiers: Lexington & Concord

Reviewed by Jonathan Lewis

Jordan Jachim is a homeschool graduate, college student, history buff, and owner of Through All Agews—a small publishing outfit dedicated to creating historically accurate paper soldiers as a hands-on supplement to your historical…Read