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Homeschoolers and The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson

I love personal development books.  They remind me of the importance of thinking about how I live and of examining whether or not what I do meets my goals of loving God and those around me.  I almost always finish such a book inspired and with one or two small practical changes to implement in […]

Review: Road Trip by Evan Nehring

Life for young people, says Evan Nehring, is a road trip between their parents’ driveway and their own, years later.  He wants to come along with them on their trip, sharing what his journey was like and passing on all the things he learned. Evan’s book Road Trip is an exhilarating and passionate gift from […]

Review: The Stories We Tell by Mike Cosper

Every culture has its stories. Our Western culture’s stories are, more and more, presented in movie form.  So, for us and our children to engage the culture, we need to consider movies, both the ones we watch and the ones we don’t watch. However, because we Christians are part of God’s much greater culture, we […]

Review: The Marriage You’ve Always Wanted by Gary Chapman

Gary Chapman, popularizer of the 5 Love Languages concept, has reworked an earlier book, Toward a Growing Marriage, into this helpful manual.  He states that the goal of marriage is a deep, total union of a couple on all levels—intellectual, social, spiritual, emotional, and physical. From a Biblical viewpoint, Chapman deals with all the usual […]

Review: Surfing the Net: Science

These days it is important to know how to search the internet effectively. Surfing the Net: Science is designed to teach this skill early enough to benefit a student’s whole school career. Aimed at grades 3-6, Surfing the Net: Science teaches science based on standards in most US states, but its primary focus is to teach students […]

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