Family

Three simple keys to building relationships that last

Building Relationships That Last

In any interaction with other people, hurt feelings, disagreements, and personal failures are inevitable. The key to building relationships that

Wrecked for Good ~ Trust in God

Wrecked for Good

This is part 3 of yesterday’s post. I’m going to skip a recap and jump right in to finishing my

The Joys and Trials of Surrender

The Joys and Trials of Surrender

This is part 2 of yesterday’s post. I’m going to skip the introduction and just resume the story. If you

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  • October 21, 2016
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Thy Will Be Done: My Story of Surrender

Thy Will Be Done: My Story of Surrender

WRITING BRAVE Some topics are easier to write about than others. What I am about to share falls firmly in

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  • October 20, 2016
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Are you running on empty? Find out how to get filled.

Are You Running on Empty?

I’m not sure which is more nerve-wracking: keeping young children from playing in the street, teaching your older child how

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  • October 18, 2016
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Tips to homeschool in high school #2 Instill strong study skills and habits

Helping Your Teen Develop Strong Study Skills

An important factor in success in high school and beyond is developing effective study skills and habits.  In this second

Tips to homeschool in high school part #1 Develop an independent learner

You CAN Homeschool in High School

Many homeschool parents get intimidated when their teens enter high school. Homeschooling up through junior high was great, but now

Understand Your Teen

What You Need to Know About Your Teen

How well do you know your teen?  It was easier when they were little, wasn’t it?  But now he’s a

You Did What?!

You Did What?!

Learning how to behave like a mature responsible adult is hard work.  The transition from child to adult is fraught

Receiving your Teen as a Gift

Receive Your Teen as a Gift

Do you ever look at your teen and think, “Where did this person come from?  She’s nothing like me at