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Dads - 5 Ways to Bring Life to Your Homeschool

Todd Wilson Summer is almost over and it's time to start another year of homeschooling!!!! Yay!!!!!! Yeah, it's not working for me either. Even if you're still basking in the glow of summer freedom, it won't be long before you … Continue reading

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Lewis, Wilder, Frost and Me

...speech was for them a debased form of silence; how much more futile is poetry which is a debased form of speech. All those allusions to honor, reputation, and the flame of love, all the metaphors about birds, Achilles and … Continue reading

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I Can Has Unity? Luv?

[I admit it: Despite--because of?--the grammar and spelling, my wife and I get a kick out of lolcats though it's not for everyone or always appropriate ...just sayin'] I've stopped breathing. All of my energy and focus is consumed by … Continue reading

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Tedium

The keys of the keyboard rhythmically tap out a beat: ctrl+tab, ctrl+a [click] ctrl+c, ctrl+v ...repeat: ctrl+tab, ctrl+a [click] ctrl+c, ctrl+v... Thirty-six times. It could be enjoyable if the task wasn't so annoying. I feel my eye twitch. The muscles … Continue reading

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God's promises about the Messiah

Throughout the Old Testament, God told his people that a Messiah was coming. Jesus Christ fulfilled those prophecies! Here are some key verses of prophecy that Jesus—the Messiah—fulfilled when he came. There are many more prophecies about the Messiah throughout … Continue reading

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Unregistered Private Schools . . .

James Tooley writes an inspiring article about Private Schools for the Poor worldwide. He and a team of researchers have gone into the slums of Hyderabad, India; Ga, Ghana; Kibera, Kenya; Gansu Province, China; Delhi, India; and Lagos, Nigeria. In … Continue reading

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Why You Will Find Contradictions in History

We at Sonlight hear from clients who are confused by "problems" they find in our history books. You might read one thing in one of our books, and then see something else in another book, on television, or from another … Continue reading

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