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The Power That a “Not Yet” Attitude Brings to Your Homeschool

I watched a TED Talk recently that inspired me. Carol Dweck started with the example of a Chicago school that has a grade labeled “Not Yet.” The idea, Dweck says, is that we are in a process of learning. Just … Continue reading

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Hands-On Ideas for Studying Scripture

As Christian parents, the word of God is one of the most precious gifts we can give our children. And when we help our kids commit the word of God to memory, we’re giving them a life-affirming treasure they’ll carry … Continue reading

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Do this TODAY!

This year, The Seed Company is partnering with Sonlight to provide you a FREE, six-week missions program. This is intended to be a fun way for your family to learn about the global Bible translation movement. If you are new … Continue reading

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What Did Mary Know?

I've listened to this Christmas carol at least 30 times this season. I find it gorgeous, and I can't stop thinking about its central question: Watch a beautiful a cappella rendition of a favorite Christmas carol I've pondered the question … Continue reading

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Learning from Someone's Personal Story

A bunch of very interesting Other Posts of Note have cropped up recently. Brian's How to Get Eternal Life, Amber's So she hired a hit man?, and most recently Kara's thoughts on Heaven is for Real. This last post contains … Continue reading

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Do You Keep Quitting? Start Smaller

Growing up, the really religious kids, who loved Jesus way more than me, did devotions and read their Bibles for, like, at least an hour a day. I'm not one to back down from a challenge; I pushed myself to … Continue reading

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He Is Risen Indeed!

It's one of my favorite traditions. Fellow believers greet me on Resurrection Sunday with "He is risen," and I get to respond, "He is risen indeed!" Sonlight student Rebekah R Sometimes I get too focused on the tasks of everyday … Continue reading

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