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Three Ways to Talk with Your Children about the Elections

Has there been much election talk in your home? If you are a U.S. citizen, do you know how you'll vote on Tuesday? The mid-term elections are the perfect way to incorporate a little extra learning about government into your … Continue reading

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Sonlight, God, and Politics

You've probably heard the advice to avoid discussing religion and politics, especially if you want to steer clear of confrontation. At Sonlight we take a different approach--seek to understand different viewpoints and engage them intelligently and winsomely. Our recently revised … Continue reading

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Sonlight and the Common Core State Standards

Many organizations, companies, and curriculum providers are working to align themselves with the new Common Core State Standards (CCSS). Sonlight is not. Why is Sonlight not seeking to conform to the new Common Core? First, Sonlighters already succeed. The Common … Continue reading

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What You're Surprised to Learn in History

Tears sprang to his eyes as he imagined the situation. The price of food had skyrocketed. Corn, which used to be a few pennies, now cost more than $2,000 for the same amount! And the prices continued to climb. Hyperinflation. … Continue reading

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A 21-day Prayer Challenge

Do not be anxious about anything, but in every situation, by prayer and petition, with thanksgiving, present your requests to God. –Philippians 4:6 I'd like to be more strategic in my prayer habits. I believe God hears our prayers and … Continue reading

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