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Years ago when I was reading Jim Elliot’s Journal, I found the following: “Anything, good as it may be, put before my study of the true and living Word, becomes a snare, and I must assiduously avoid all such if the Word of God is to be my fresh meat every morning.” The first time

The Word Is a Powerful Tool

  Authors have a unique opportunity to share their ideas through their writing with all who would read their work. Their words become a powerful tool. In Selected Works of Charles Dickens, Dr. Steven Hake examines the motivations of Charles Dickens, his development as an author, and the themes of several of his major works,

Integrating New Challenges

As a former high school teacher, the first thing that people think (and say) when I reveal that I now homeschool my sons, is that it must be so easy for me. It’s a reasonable assumption to make if one thinks that homeschooling is just teaching a few subjects. Pop open a curriculum and away

Prepare to Be Amazed

  Everyday, the world over, there are beautiful sights, both created by God and made by men who were given the ability and inspiration by God. Students have the opportunity to be amazed as they learn about beauty and wonder through two of our newest classes. In Recovering the Beauty of the Arts, Dr. R.C.

Role Model

For many years I have been a mother of boys. Although I desired to have a daughter, I was blessed with boys. I have become a pro at playing hot wheels and mending ripped jeans. I can even out shoot them at basketball, although that may change after a couple more growth spurts. Despite all

Puzzles and Parties

  Who doesn’t enjoy a fun party or a challenging puzzle? What could these two things possibly have to do with SchoolhouseTeachers.com, though? You might not believe the answer . . . Government! We have government classes for students in the elementary grades all the way through high school. American Government with Michelle Subbert is
Having lived in the country, and now a small tiny country town surrounded by the country on all four sides, I know that the value of fresh air, for me, but also my children, is so incredibly important.  Our children live out of doors as much as they possibly can, especially between the months of

The Perfectionist Child

Do you have a child that melts down over your slightest correction in their schoolwork?  One of my son’s tends to be this way.  Learning comes very easily to him.  He learned to read simply by watching his older brother’s lessons and now he can rocket through books far above the level typical for his
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