Homeschooling In the Midst of Suffering

Homeschooling In the Midst of Suffering

Fall 2018 / by Eric Pope As parents, we often want to shield our children from the painful conditions of our world. We regard ourselves as their guardians, their protectors. But unfortunately, there are times when our children inevitably witness sufferings that we...
Be Watchful, Dads

Be Watchful, Dads

Fall 2018 / by J. Mark Fox I remember when I was seventeen, driving my father’s Oldsmobile in Charlotte. I had gone with two high school friends to check out the university. I remember it like it was yesterday, driving down Independence Boulevard, feeling like I might...
The Joy of Homeschooling Together

The Joy of Homeschooling Together

Spring 2018 / by Davis Carman Let the rivers clap their hands; let the hills sing for joy together. Psalm 98:8 What brings you joy or delight? Is it walking on a beach hand in hand with the love of your life against the quiet backdrop of a stunning sunrise? Is it...
Reflections of a Retired Homeschool Mama

Reflections of a Retired Homeschool Mama

Fall 2017 / by Ivey Deitz As many of you are planning out a new school year, excited, anticipating what lies ahead, I am reflecting on my years of homeschooling. It has been a full year since I closed our homeschool (at the time of writing this article.) We graduated...