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Entrepreneurship

Entrepreneurship for Kids & Teens It’s never too early to start your own business! Learn how, as a parent, you can help develop an entrepreneurial

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Special Needs

Special Needs Your guide to helping your special needs child thrive in a homeschool environment! Homeschooling Special Needs Children It is not necessary to have

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Christian Marriage

Christian Marriage Your marriage is your most important human relationship– and approaching it biblically will strengthen your family in incredible ways. The Lord will refine

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Prayer

Prayer A guide to prayer for homeschool parents and their children. Prayer for Your Children Several years ago, God burdened my heart that I was

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Family Relationships

Family Relationships Your guide to healthy and Christ-centered relationships within your homeschool family! Homeschooling & Family Relationships Homeschooling not only provides a nurturing educational environment

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Encouragement

Encouragement Be blessed and encouraged as you walk with the Lord and homeschool your children! Encouragement for Homeschooling The cat got out, you are out

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Discipleship

Discipleship Your guide to helping raise your children in Christ as a homeschool parent. Discipling Your Kids How do we disciple our kids and lead

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Parenting

Parenting Your guide to raising your children in Christ, disciplining them in love, and navigating your role as both parent and teacher. Christian Parenting Discipline

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Preparing to Go the Distance

More and more families are starting to homeschool, but we are seeing an increase in the number of homeschool families who feel trapped. Home education is a GREAT tool for us as families to give our children an excellent education and to afford us countless opportunities for discipleship. This month, we’re going to look at some foundational elements of homeschooling that can keep us moving forward with this great call of God on our lives.

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Testimonials

We Will Be Back

I knew it was going to be great, however I wasn’t sure how the organization would be, considering the size. It surpassed all of my

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Conventions

Making Changes for the Homeschool Year

The year has brought about changes in our family’s homeschool. I let go of many of my pre-conceived notions about home education. The difference has been great. We still don’t live in a “Pinterest-perfect” house or run our school in a picture-perfect way, but we are all growing and changing and becoming more like the individuals God created us to be. For that, I am thankful!

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Testimonials

Been to Revival

Oh I had an awesome time. I’m overwhelmed with the way I feel God moving the homeschoolers to share the truth of God’s word.I went

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Homeschool Guidance Counselor

Checking In With Your Degree Completion Plan

By now you may be very well acquainted with your student’s degree completion plan (DCP): the list of classes required for his intended major(s). These plans are available on any college’s website or through their admission office. Within it is listed general education courses (100-200 level courses you can CLEP or dual enroll prior to university) and your major-specific courses (300-400 level courses in a specific area of study).

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Testimonials

A Great Conference

…I got to hear my husband and 2 long time friends sing together during worship. I haven’t gotten to do that in almost 20 years!

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General

Words To Live By

Normally I write to the dads of the homeschoolers. That leader in the house that oversees his family and is doing so diligently. However this

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10th Grade
Homeschool Guidance Counselor

How to Choose a College

Last month we talked about staying in communication with your local college, as well as contacting universities to stay abreast of their transfer policies and admission requirements. This month, we’ll discuss how to choose which colleges to contact, and how to contact them.

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Encouragement

What A Character

What is really meant by Deuteronomy 6:6-7?  Does this mean you follow your child around with a Bible reading to her from Genesis to Revelation

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Testimonials

Surrounded

A convention where I knew that I was surrounded by like-minded parents, speakers and vendors! I got almost as much out of all the moms

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Homeschool Guidance Counselor

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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Homeschool Guidance Counselor

Why Extracurricular Activities Matter

Drama group, swimming, gymnastics, debate: how do these activities contribute to a student’s academic transcript? More than you think! While colleges will first take into account a student’s tests scores and grades, extracurricular activities provide a complete picture of who the student is and where he’s headed academically.

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11th Grade
Homeschool Guidance Counselor

Planning Your College Visit

As the weather gets colder and holiday preparations begin, schoolwork takes a backseat. Whether you break completely for the holidays or do light work all year round, I’m about to add one little thing to your to-do list: arranging your first college visits!

Don’t worry: you don’t need to visit colleges in December. Since most of the students and professors will be home for Christmas break, there wouldn’t be much to see anyway! This is the month to begin planning for next year’s visits, whether in spring or fall. How do you set up a campus visit, and what should you do once you’re there? Here are some tips:

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Testimonials

Mind Blown

1st year, mind blown!! God put HS on my heart years ago and these past few days used TTD to convict me and solidify all

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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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Absolute God-send

I’ve been reading so many wonderful comments from others about encouragement they received at The Teach Them Diligently Convention in Nashville this weekend and I

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Boldly Parent

This month, we will be digging deeper into the idea of discipleship-focused parenting. We will look at specific ways we can raise our children in the love of the Lord, and how much we as parents will grow in the process.

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Testimonials

Inspiring

But the entire thing was so inspiring and I had forgotten what it was like to be surrounded with other homeschoolers. It was almost culture

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Even Better

I am so looking forward to attending next year’s convention. The 2012 convention was WONDERFUL and so IMPRESSIVE for it’s first year. I’M SURE 2013

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Blown Away

I am one of those supportive but a little reluctant dads. I came with an open mind but not sure what to expect. I LEFT

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Testimonials

Renewed Spiritually

Really?!? Everything! The variety in the sessions offered was outstanding! My husband was able to attend some that were just for him, and one about

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9th Grade
Homeschool Guidance Counselor

Common Problems with College Prep

The holidays are past (well, except Valentine’s Day!) and your family is back into the swing of homeschool. As you come to the middle of this semester some of the novelty may have worn off those shiny curriculum books. You might be juggling a kindergartener, third grader, AND your high school student – right when your ninth grader starts to struggle with his college preparatory studies. What do you do? Below are three common problem areas for high school students and some ways to address them.

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Testimonials

Affordability

AFFORDABILITY, how easy it was to find a hotel through all of the preconvention info, how close it was to the highway. That and, of

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12th Grade
Homeschool Guidance Counselor

Should I Take a Gap Year?

Not every student wants to go to college right out of high school. Some aren’t sure they want to attend college at all – looking instead at alternative options. Though the atmosphere of education encourages immediate entry into college post-high school, this isn’t every student’s story. Some students choose to take a gap year.

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