Take Possession

Encourage your children to reach their full potential “So Pat said unto the young men of Arlington, ‘How long will you delay going in to take possession of the ice cream from thine refrigerator, which the Lord hath given unto you? Provide three men from thine house, and I will send them out that … [Read more...]

Thanksgiving Blessings

Tim Lambert

As we move toward that day called “Thanksgiving,” I am at once humbled and grateful for the many blessings that have been poured out upon me, my family, and the many supporters of the Texas Home School Coalition. At the same time I am appalled that our culture has taken a holiday that was … [Read more...]

History Revealed – A Review

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By Suzanne Reid Diana Waring shows us the way to an Abundant-Life Homeschool. For the past eighteen years, Diana has traveled around the world, speaking to thousands of home schoolers, bringing a message of loving our kids and loving home schooling. Working with her husband Bill, Diana has … [Read more...]

A Time When Tears Cease

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When my youngest son was learning to read, I started teaching him with the phonics program I had used with his older brother. A few months into the year we had made little to no progress. I was frustrated, he was frustrated, and we were both often in tears. At Christmas I borrowed another phonics … [Read more...]

Mothers of Grace

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By Charlene Notgrass When I was in the second grade, my parents entered me in a beauty contest. Mother gathered layers of baby blue tulle onto a satin bodice to create my first evening gown. She curled my hair with skinny rubber curlers. While we girls waited in a school classroom, someone … [Read more...]