Motherhood and the Maintenance of Our Christian Liberties

| May 10, 2015

Happy Mother’s Day from all of us here at Beautiful Womanhood (LAF). We thank you for your dedication, support, and understanding of Motherhood’s significant and sustaining role in our country as well your influence on the individuals and loved ones you daily invest your lives in. God bless you all! Liberty is ever in danger of degenerating into license, […]

One Reason Why Our Children Don’t Think There Are Moral Facts

| April 22, 2015

[Editor’s Note: There are a few things to consider when reading this article. One, we’re all born humanists. Unreasoning. Selfish. One-sided in our thinking. Easily mislead. Often biased. Second, we’ve established that academia isn’t healthy for children and so we home school. Third, the author fails to point out the source of truth by which […]

The Tebow Bill (HB 347, SB391, SB2046): Why Oppose It

| April 22, 2015

Editor’s Note: Follow No2Tebow Bill on Facebook here Texas is an exceptional state in regards to homeschooling. We are not one of the most free to homeschool in, we are the most free to homeschool in. Because of this, comparing the other states that have passed “Tebow” bills to Texas and the lack of new […]

New Study: Early Academics Not Good For Kids

| April 14, 2015

URBANA – A University of Illinois professor is stirring havoc among early childhood education advocates with a new study that debunks the popular belief that earlier formal education is better. Furthermore, the report maintains that a narrow academic curriculum does not recognize the innate inquisitiveness of young children and ultimately fails to address the way […]

I Learned A Lot in Public School

| March 10, 2015

By Kelly Crawford at Generation Cedar I actually learned a lot in my conservative, small-town public school where virtually every well-intentioned teacher, as far as I knew, as well as the principal, was a self-proclaimed Christian. We still had devotions over the intercom and Teens for Christ meetings in the morning. I graduated a smiling […]

A Vision For Homeschooling

| February 24, 2015

I remember the day we decided pull our daughter out of school. The day we “made it public”—this decision to homeschool. I.Was.Terrified. Really. My knees were knocking as I walk[ed] into our oldest daughter’s grade school. I liked her teacher. I had no complaints, really, except that we knew in our hearts there was something […]

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| December 31, 2014

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| November 1, 2014

[Obama is] painting a picture of how he’d like to expand the administrative state to include government pre-school. Because public schools are doing such a good job generally. Anyway, he then took an absolutely bizarre swipe against stay-at-home mothers: “Sometimes, someone, usually Mom, leaves the workplace to stay home with the kids, which then leaves […]

Preparing Sons For The Future

| October 25, 2014

By R.C. Sproul Jr. of Highland Ministries Don’t follow the folly of the world. An excellent question. Too often we in the church follow the folly of the world in taking a passive approach to the future. We tend to believe all we have to do is show up, and if things don’t work out […]

Public School Officials Harass Homeschoolers In West Virginia

| October 22, 2014

By Mike Donnelly of HSLDA The homeschooling community in Ritchie County has grown fast, and officials concerned with funding impacts have apparently ordered a campaign to persuade parents to put their kids back in public school. Ed Toman, Ritchie County superintendent of schools, allegedly ordered members of his staff to contact homeschoolers to convince them […]

Rape Culture and Progressivism on College Campuses

| October 19, 2014

By George Will from Washington Post Colleges and universities are being educated by Washington and are finding the experience excruciating. They are learning that when they say campus victimizations are ubiquitous (“micro-aggressions,” often not discernible to the untutored eye, are everywhere), and that when they make victimhood a coveted status that confers privileges, victims proliferate. […]

Rethink Harvard’s Sexual Harassment Policy

| October 15, 2014

In July, Harvard University announced a new university-wide policy aimed at preventing sexual harassment and sexual violence based on gender, sexual orientation, and gender identity. The new policy, which applies to all schools within the university and to all Harvard faculty, administrators, and students, sets up the Office for Sexual and Gender-Based Dispute Resolution to process complaints […]

Be Ready to Answer Your Kids’ Questions About the Bible

| October 13, 2014

By Jon Bloom at Desiring God Kids are thinkers. They ask good and sometimes hard questions. My kids have asked me some of the hardest theological questions between ages 5 and 8. They’ve queried me on comparative religion, death, eternity, heaven, hell, Jesus and the cross, and what about all those people who have never […]

When Jesus is a Cartoon

| October 13, 2014

By Kara Murphy published at Highlands Ministries Children’s Bible Stories In the Sunday school classrooms in which I taught years ago, each weekly lesson had a main idea that we repeated over and over. Platitudes such as “God loves me,” “I am special to God,” and “We are kind to one another” filled the teacher’s […]

Student Harrassed by State Schools, Arrested, Record Pending….Because of Dinosaurs.

| August 23, 2014

Editor’s Note: Home school your children so they can know what it is to grow up as a free people. From the Daily Signal Dinosaurs may be extinct, but absurdity in public schools isn’t. Alex Stone is a 16 year-old student in Summerville High School in South Carolina. On the first day of class, his […]