Sep/Oct 2000

Sep/Oct 2000

Volume: 
18
Issue: 
2
Publication Date: 
Friday, September 1, 2000 to Tuesday, October 31, 2000

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Issue Articles

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Title Category
Jeff's Journal: Examining Your Focus

Another summer has ended, and it is time for many homeschools to begin the official education process once again. That would mean schools that do not operate full-time all year.

Back to School, Encouragement, Perspective, From the President
Don't Lose the Memories

...This is one of the many memories I have of seeing my children grow, learn, try new things and stretch themselves. I have to admit that they are some of the best memories I have in my life...

Encouragement, Reasons to Homeschool, Fathers, Perspective
Turning My Heart toward My Children

“If love is patient, then what is impatience?” This editorial's parting thought struck to my very heart.

Encouragement, Family Life, Parenting
Homeschooling--The Road Less Traveled

When considering whether or not to place my child in a Christian school or to homeschool, I made it a matter of prayer—much prayer....I felt sure He would not say to homeschool. I didn't want to homeschool my children, nor did I think I would be good at it. Then He began to make it “abundantly clear.”

Reasons to Homeschool, Perspective, Encouragement
Guard It Well

But sometimes I get a little concerned about those who don't remember our fledgling past. I worry that they might not be as careful as we were forced to be, to protect the right to teach our own children. The real danger, in a word, is that homeschooling has become mainstream (Ugh!). When a movement becomes mainstream, I contend that it is in jeopardy.

Homeschool History, Law & Policy
This One Thing I Do!

When our youngest son was about two years old, he put just about every toy he owned in a backpack. Then he put on the backpack. Then he fell over backwards! The weight of all his “stuff” stopped our little boy in his tracks. I remember laughing at the picture, and then realizing that it was a graphic illustration of what happens to so many homeschooling families.

Encouragement, Faith, Perspective, Family Life