Jonathan Lewis

Jonathan Lewis is a homeschool graduate, husband to Linnea, and daddy to Patrick, Timothy, and another on the way. He is one of the founders of Home School Enrichment Magazine and enjoys writing and speaking from his perspective as a homeschool graduate. If you would like to invite Jonathan to speak to your group - or get in touch with him for any other reason - drop him a note at jonathan@HomeSchoolEnrichment.com.

Summer School

Summer School

The summer months don’t have to be a season of boredom and mental atrophy. Try some of these ideas to engage your kids and keep their minds active - all while having fun!
Summer is well under way by now, and if you’re like most parents, you’ve probably heard the oft-repeated phrase “I’m bored” just a few more times than you’d like. And, like a lot of conscientious homeschool moms, you may be wondering if…Read
Education: The Bible Has More To Say Than You Think

Education: The Bible Has More To Say Than You Think

A central question for the Christian when discussing any subject should be, “What does the Bible say about this?” Scripture is clear that some matters are left to individual preference or conscience. But where the Bible speaks clearly,…Read

Moms Matter

I've developed a new appreciation for mothers.
It’s cliché to say it, but mothers are important. You don’t really need me to tell you that. Or maybe you do. You see, I know that being a mother is often a thankless job. There’s not a lot of glamor in it, and even though we all know…Read
Why It Matters

Why It Matters

Every year, millions of children are enrolled in public schools across America. Millions of others are sent to private schools of every size and type. And about two million others are kept at home to learn and grow under the guidance of…Read
The Wisdom of Washington

The Wisdom of Washington

More than two centuries ago, the father of our country shared profound wisdom about education. What can we learn from his words?
George Washington understood the power of education and influence on young minds. In a letter written in 1795, Washington wrote the following: It has always been a source of serious reflection and sincere regret with me that the youth…Read
Should Homeschoolers Go to College?

Should Homeschoolers Go to College?

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?
A generation ago, educational paths were predictable: students graduated with a high school diploma, then attended a university or trade school immediately. Today’s homeschool students are not so typical; besides redefining secondary…Read