Who Moved My Trash?

moving the trash can helped homeschool family

For our family the holidays can be a mixed blessing. I'm sure many of you feel the same way. Although we focus on the birth of Jesus and the true meaning of the season, it still seems my kids are taken in by the commercialism of the holidays. Items they use everyday, no matter how functional, lose … [Read more...]

A Time of Preparation

hands holding a rope

Sunday morning I had the rare opportunity to sit at the kitchen table with my husband and enjoy a cup of coffee and quiet conversation before getting ready for church. Out of the corner of my eye, I saw a quickly moving shadow. Upon closer inspection, I discovered a small mother cottontail preparing … [Read more...]

The Strength of Silence

The Strength of Silence

We had a memorial service for my uncle Danny two weeks ago. Danny, or Dano as the men in his unit called him, was a quiet man of great strength. He was a man of honor and resolve, of precision and fortitude. When the armed forces needed someone to fly a “secret mission,” Dano was recruited. On many … [Read more...]

Nominate Your Support Group Leader

As support group leaders, we have all had that one special mother or family we lean on when the job just has to be done. Often times it’s a fellow board member who always seems to pick up the slack when times are tough. THSC has a way for you to show your appreciation to these valued … [Read more...]

Who Doesn’t Like a Good Video?

Did you know that THSC has a YouTube Channel? This important tool is available to support group leaders for the purpose of sharing the vision and service of THSC with your membership. It is also a good way to keep your membership informed of current events affecting parental rights and home … [Read more...]

Rekindle For a New Year

Kay Orr

Have you ever wondered why so many people make New Year’s resolutions? Resolutions cover everything from weight loss to reorganization, healthy living to keeping those pesky papers graded.  Resolutions provide a new way to reach a goal as well as a recommitment to staying on track. People enjoy the … [Read more...]

Maintaining Your Engine

Kay Orr

While working on his online driver ed course, my 16-year-old son asked, “Mom, why do I have to know how the engine works in order to finish driver’s ed?” “Well, because it’s helpful to know the most efficient way something operates, so you can take better care of it.” With a slight glimmer of … [Read more...]

Protesting Freedom, Really?

Kay Orr

Many of you have, no doubt, heard of the impending protest by an atheist organization at this year’s Convention. While the word “protest” sounds scary, its definition is quite simple: “an expression or declaration of objection, disapproval, or dissent, often in opposition to something a person is … [Read more...]