Does That Awana Award Matter?

Homeschooling grants students an incredible opportunity to impact their community. The freedom of a homeschooling schedule allows homeschoolers to do much more with their time than the standard student. Because of this, many homeschoolers graduate high school with both a diploma and an extensive resume.

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Reliance

Life is precious… A year ago my husband was disconnected and ended up having a heart attack. Now he’s present in our sons daily lives

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Reliance

God revived our newborn son last year after he was diagnosed with an unknown congenital heart defect that sent him into cardiac failure. He endured

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Reliance

Knowing He has called me to this homeschool journey and that He will equip me on this journey. Favorite

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Reliance

That faith is a shield and we have to push through. It’s hard but we can do it with Christ Favorite

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Prayer

Steven Kendrick’s teaching on prayer last spring in Atlanta was inspiring and very helpful! Favorite

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Reliance

God has used TTD in the past to aid me and help walk me through my the moments of doubt on this journey…. I am

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Reliance

If my anchor is in God, then I can make it through even “those” days/weeks/seasons. Homeschooling is about Him refining me as much as it

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Kids

God has taught me the importance of leaving a Godly heritage for my children. Teaching my children daily the truths from His Word Favorite

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Encouragement

One thing I’ve learned at TTD is that I am not alone! TTD is my favorite conference and I always walk away refreshed and encouraged.

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Encouragement

I have been craving inspiration and encouragement. It sounds funny, but I have been really hoping and praying that we can go this year and

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Encouragement

I always learn something, but I go to just absolutely soak in the encouragement from Godly moms in the trenches. Nuggets of wisdom are great,

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What is the FAFSA?

If your student is college bound, “FAFSA” will soon become part of your vocabulary. FAFSA is an acronym for the Free Application for Federal Student Aid: a form filled out by families of college-bound students. This form helps the federal government estimate ho w much financial aid your student is eligible to receive. Eligibility for the Pell Grant and Stafford loans is determined by filing the FAFSA. Some colleges require the FAFSA before students qualify for any scholarships from their institution.

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What to Expect When It Comes to Testing

Standardized testing: It’s every homeschool parent’s favorite topic… or not! Your ninth grader may not have the ACT or SAT on her radar right now, but that is precisely why this is the best time to prepare. Students who know what to expect on standardized tests are far less likely to be intimidated by them – and far more likely to achieve high scores.

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CLEP, AP, and the PSAT

A few months ago we talked about dual enrollment: a fantastic way to save time and money for your student’s college education. (If you haven’t already signed up for a class or two, pick up your local community college catalog or check out the possibilities for online dual credit!) But dual enrollment isn’t the only way to save time and money for college. In this email, we’ll discuss three alternatives that – when used alone or in conjunction with dual enrollment – can help your student achieve her college dreams without the usual time and expense.

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