Stop the War on Boys in Classrooms – Homeschool

| July 7, 2014

Great on many points but we beg to differ on many. Step one: Homeschool Boys have little patience for wasting their lives putting in their time and working counter-intuitively to their calling and purpose. Schools are the factory of feminism. Boys who don’t sit well with this are normal. No wonder they are treated like […]

Family Meals: Why Eating Together as a Family Is So Important

| July 7, 2014

The research is shared often: kids who eat family meals together are more likely to do well in school, make healthier choices, feel more connected with their families, sense that their parents are proud of them, and have a more positive outlook on life. In their book The Hour that Matters Most, Les and Leslie Parrot […]

Out of the cave: Leading our Children Away from Celebrity Culture

| July 2, 2014

We are surrounded by images and messages that do not tell the truth about the good life. This week, Forbes released its annual top celebrities list, The Celebrity 100. Quite simply, the list measures, as Forbes shamelessly puts it, “money and fame”.  Calculating the in-crowd includes looking at earnings over the past year, as well as […]

The Reality of Spiritual Warfare in the Home

| June 30, 2014

Numerous born-again Christians have little or no knowledge of the spiritual warfare that takes place all around us. One of the sad realities within the local church today centers on the fact that numerous born-again Christians have little or no knowledge of the spiritual warfare that takes place all around us. The Bible is crystal […]

Does Your Child Have This Habit?

| June 12, 2014

A few weeks ago, we were setting up for a big community garage sale as a fundraiser to help finance a week-long training camp for teens at the state capitol.  During set up, I spent more time chasing down the kids to help than actually working.  The fundraiser was for them, not the adults, but […]

How to Teach Children Godly Character

| April 24, 2014

“Hi June, I need help teaching my children to have godly character. I am new to parenting and not sure where to start or how to begin. Do you recommend any resources that I can use that won’t overwhelm me and are easy to use?” I get messages like this all the time. In fact, […]

Five Reasons Not to Put Your Children in Public School

| April 23, 2014

Every bit of this is remedied by homeschooling. Can be done and has been done and done well. If when you look around you see the norm and this article describes it, it’s time to start looking elsewhere. If you’re unfamiliar with homeschooling, how to make the transition from public school, worried about the outcome […]

On Being A Victim

| April 20, 2014

I know that everyone in the world right now is freaking out about the Doug Philips scandal, and to be honest, the whole thing grosses me out so much that I don’t even want to read about it. And given that I don’t even want to read about it, I’m certainly not going to pull […]

The Day I Stopped Saying ‘Hurry Up’

| March 31, 2014

When you’re living a distracted life, every minute must be accounted for. You feel like you must be checking something off the list, staring at a screen, or rushing off to the next destination. And no matter how many ways you divide your time and attention, no matter how many duties you try and multi-task, […]

Mission Impossible: Babies Escape

| March 15, 2014

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I Hope This Isn’t A Window to Your Soul

| March 12, 2014

ReMoved from HESCHLE on Vimeo. This is the perfect example of life without Christ. The trailer doesn’t resolve the issue but it does expose our humanistic thinking. We cannot look to others, we cannot look to nature, we cannot look to ourselves and we cannot even look to the good things of this life to […]

Don’t Teach Conclusions

| March 8, 2014

By Andrea Schwartz at www.wordsfromandrea.com “It needs more than ever to be stressed that the best and truest educators are parents under God. The greatest school is the family. In learning, no act of teaching in any school or university compares to the routine task of mothers in teaching a babe who speaks no language […]

Teaching Our Children to Lament

| March 4, 2014

When does a child change from crying baby to cry-baby? Sometime after the single candle is blown out on that first cake, after walking has been mastered and talking has begun, many parents start thinking of their child differently. I know I did. Over the space of months, as our helpless infant reveals personality and […]

Sturdy Womanhood- The Story of a Mother

| February 26, 2014

When I was growing up, my Mom worked a lot. She was a hair dresser during the day and waited tables at night. Sometimes, she had three jobs. That was life. She was divorced, buried her oldest son and she worked. My Mom never walked around saying being a Mom was hard. Life was hard, but she didn’t walk […]

Orphans’ Lonely Beginnings Reveal How Parents Shape A Child’s Brain

| February 26, 2014

How much does the spiritual affect the physical? Psalm 31:10 tells us that strength fails and bones are consumed because of iniquity. It seems science is showing us that the love of Christ that parents give their children both through love and lawful and appropriate chastisement, benefits their souls and their bodies. Note how the […]