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The American Family Association exists to motivate and equip citizens to change the culture to reflect Biblical truth and traditional family values.
The statewide organization that has been serving the needs and protecting the rights of Arizona’s homeschooling families since 1983.
Site for CHANGE, a local Catholic homeschool support group for the northwest metro Atlanta area including the cities of Marietta, Woodstock and Kennesaw. Find local resources and monthly newsletters online.
This statewide networking organization provides articles, legal information, the Church's teaching on home education, recommended curriculum providers, curriculum fair information, an analysis of the changes to PA's law, their opinion of evaluat
Modern, ballet, tap and tumbling classes beginning at age 3, and the chance to perform in Evansville, Indiana.
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4 Reasons to Homeschool Join us as we discuss the 4 main reasons why parents decide to homeschool and how Biblical education is life changing! We would love to serve you on a ...
First Year Homeschooling - What We Learned as a New Homeschool Our first year homeschooling was definitely rocky. We had a lot of unexpected changes, but we rolled with them the best we could. I've also learned a lot about ...
Homeschool and Unschool Antonio Buehler founded Abrome to fundamentally change the way the world views education. He wants society to reject the notion that education should be a ...
HOMESCHOOL UPDATE || Mid-year Changes || Feb 2019 HOMESCHOOL UPDATE || Mid-year Changes || Feb 2019 ↓↓↓ CLICK TO SEE MORE INFO ↓↓↓ Time for a mid-year homeschool update! We've had a ...
5AM Morning Routine // Homeschool Mom of 4 Kids T O D A Y ' S V I D E O I am sharing with you what my 5AM morning routine looks like as a homeschool mom of 4 kids. This video is in collaboration with Faith- ...
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I saw a video that illustrates the important role fathers play in the lives of their daughters. It captured a dad in his living room watching a basketball game, jumping and yelling in support of his favorite team. Right by his side, his three-year-old daughter copied his behavior. She mimicked every jump, every hand clap, and every expression of excitement.Then the mood changed. The dad started shouting at the television. He complained about a blown call.The post Helping Your Daughter Become a Confident Woman appeared first on Jim Daly.
Like a lot of first time moms, Jerusha Clark kept a copy of What to Expect When You're Expecting on her bedside table. She referenced it frequently. Mostly she stuck to topics on eating well and her labor and delivery.Looking back, she remembers skipping the section on postpartum depression. Why bother? She was generally a happy woman. She enjoyed her pregnancy, and she loved being a mom when her child was born.A few months later, everything changed.The post Embracing Hope in the Midst of Postpartum Depression appeared first on Jim Daly.
Specialists in the Library's American Folklife Center interviewed musicians who discussed their careers and creative output.Click here to watch the interview with Elena Lacayo.Click here to watch the interview with Kamyar Arsani & Huda Asfour.Click here to watch the interview with Ship's Company Chanteymen.Click here to watch the interview with Jaimeo Brown.
Christine Lagarde, managing director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), delivered the Kissinger Lecture in Foreign Policy and International Relations. Lagarde spoke about the changing landscape of the international system and the need for continued creativity in U.S. leadership in order to tackle the world's shared economic challenges. Afterwards, Lagarde was interviewed by Margaret Brennan of Face the Nation on CBS.Click here to watch the video.
Marriage is changing.There are a lot of reasons for that, not the least of which are cultural forces, political maneuverings, and judicial rulings that have systematically redefined marriage in past years.There's also been a shift in the average age for first marriages. More and more young people are staying single for far longer than past generations. Some are choosing not to marry at all, in many cases as a reaction to seeing their own parents divorce.The post Valuing Marriage in a Culture That Doesn’t appeared first on Jim Daly.
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