Mom, Will You Homeschool Me?

| March 29, 2014

About fourteen years ago, my athletic, top-of-his-class and popular son came to me and blew me away with an unexpected question. As it turned out, he was battling an emotional turmoil, and the only way he could see out was to be homeschooled. Here’s what was going down. The kids his age (7th grade) were […]

Western Cape Attacks Homeschoolers

| March 28, 2014

Homeschooling parents were recently shocked when the Western Cape Education Department (WCED) not once, but twice attempted to curb the liberty of parents to choose what is in the best interest of their children. Have you found Beautiful Womanhood helpful? Please consider supporting our efforts. Any purchase made through our Affiliate Links, helps us continue operating. […]

Putting Sex Back In Sex Education, Home Education.

| March 16, 2014

Many great points here. For those who homeschool, there are fewer takeaway points as you’re going to teach the truth at home and instantly remedy much of what is being proposed here. Putting sex back in sex-ed isn’t enough. Putting sex-ed back in the home, taking it out of schools is a further point you […]

Romeikes Stay but Obama Wins, for Now.

| March 6, 2014

Everything Obama and Co. does is to grow the State and give it more control and power over our lives. “So this administration gets the law they want, and they get to come out looking like the kind and merciful savior. I think the administration is hoping that we’ll all clap and cheer, and thank […]

Why I hated College

| March 5, 2014

Another great piece on the reality of college. For alternative ideas about higher education, The Family Economics Conference hosted by Generations With Vision has covered that topic with panel discussions by Fathers and Sons who have proven there is no need for college. Mature, capable, financially stable and ready to marry before most are out […]

Farris says, “God Granted Victory,” The Romeike Family Stays!

| March 4, 2014

Less than 48 hours after the U.S. Supreme Court declined to hear their case, sentencing them to almost certain deportation, the Romeike family has received a reprieve. The Home School Legal Defense Association confirmed today that the U.S. Department of Homeland Security has granted the German homeschooling family “indefinite deferred status,”allowing them to remain in the United […]

VIDEO: What is Common Core? You’re About To Find Out

| February 11, 2014

If you are here at LAF because you have certain convictions about family, education, the foundations of your freedoms and liberties, than this film is why you are here. THIS, is why you are here. Submitted by a concerned reader, a young one at that, who still hopes, who still knows why we’re here and […]

Matt Walsh: Childhood Doomed

| February 10, 2014

I’m going to grab you by the hand and drag you into hell. I am going to immerse you in a nightmare so hideous and horrifying that it will leave you stunned and gasping for breath. Are you ready? Alright, imagine a terrifying world where 4 and 5 year old children are allowed to play, explore, and dream. […]

How to Make Yourself Indispensible: Advice for Young People

| January 10, 2014

1. Read at least 10 pages every day of a non-fiction book in various fields: science, history, literature, music, art, science fiction, theology, economics, etc. Increase it by one page per day until you get it up to 20 pages per day. R. J. Rushdoony read at least one book a day—“underlined, with a personal […]

Lt. Gov. Forest calls on parents to reject home school visits

| October 17, 2013

RALEIGH, N.C. — Lt. Gov. Dan Forest says the parents of students who are home-schooled should send government bureaucrats packing if they ask to visit. Forest made the comments in a news release sent to reporters late Monday. He was reacting to a decision by the state’s Division of Non-Public Education to select five home-schools at random […]

Do You Pity the Girl at Home? Feminism Lies Again.

| October 17, 2013

The young woman, fresh out of college, caught the eager listeners up to date on her life. Approving nods confirmed her choice: Early Childhood Development. She had spent four years earning her degree and was now employed at a Montessori Preschool Academy where, she admitted, she has learned more than most of her classes taught […]

I Detect A Fallacy

| September 1, 2013

From Winging It, Carma writes, Put Your Own Mask on First: Why Public School for All is Not the Answer. Here’s the intro… The gist of Ms. Benedikt’s article is the point she intends to make, which is: But it seems to me that if every single parent sent every single child to public school, […]

91 Homeschooling Ebooks for 28 Cents Each? Yes Please!

| August 22, 2013

Every now and then ebook authors get together and bundle their best books and offer them at an AMAZING price. Too amazing to turn down. For 3 more days, you can get the Omnibus Homeschooling Ebook Bundle for only $25–you won’t believe the incredible titles in this bundle! Click HERE to see them all. One […]

The Top 10 Things Girls Should Study (But Rarely Do)

| August 20, 2013

We all want to equip ourselves to be godly women, but do we really know what that equipping should look like? A diet of books on modesty, courtship, and cake decorating will definitely fill the bill if the role we aspire to is simply one of wearing modest clothes, going through a courtship, and decorating […]

Ready For Real Life Webinar Giveaway!

| August 12, 2013

Will your children know how to handle business and finance in a down economy? Defend their faith to militant antagonists? Stand firm against a defiling culture? Fight for their freedoms? Take advantage of technological innovations? And see opportunity amid the chaos? More importantly, what kind of salt and light are they prepared to be? They […]