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Homeschooled Adult Renounces Faith

Homeschooled Adult Renounces Faith
Joshua Harris is no longer a Christian. Sad news for the homeschool community. Joshua Harris is the author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye and is the adult...
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Panic to Peace in 20 Pages

Panic to Peace in 20 Pages
Jennifer was digging through piles of homeschool records and found my book, Finding the Faith to Homeschool High School. She went from panic to p...
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20/20 Homeschool Hindsight

20/20 Homeschool Hindsight
20/20 Hindsight is a wonderful thing. Wouldn't it be nice to know exactly how everything should go, and see how it will all end? When you see your current challenges, it's difficult to know why you are going through certain struggles.  The same thing happened to the disciples at the triumphal entry.  They knew Jesus would die, and they knew the crowd was acting like Jesus was a King.  They couldn't understand how these two different...
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Guest — Lee
Praise the Lord, Audrey! That is SO WONDERFUL! Woo Hoo! This is such a wonderful thing to hear - thank you SO MUCH for sharing ... Read More
Monday, 23 May 2011 15:51
Guest — Audrey
This is an older post and now, 10 months later we have such a testimony! Our oldest son graduated from our home school yesterday!... Read More
Monday, 23 May 2011 15:36
Guest — Audrey
You are right up my street tonight. I should be asleep, but I am busy trying to figure out plans for my 12th grader. What should ... Read More
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