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This is my final post in this series about using the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator (MBTI) in our home education journey. We’ve already explored the Extrovert/Introvert, Sensing/iNtuition, and Thinking/Feeling continuums. Today we will address the fourth letter in the MBTI description. The Judging/Perceiving continuum indicates a person’s response to decisions and structure — or more accurately, […]
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“And these words which I command you today shall be in your heart; you shall teach them diligently to your children,” Deuteronomy 6:6-7. These words clearly instruct that God’s word should be committed to memory and passed on from generation to generation. Committing portions of Scripture to memory is vital in retaining knowledge of the Scriptures. In Psalm 1 and Joshua 1:8 share […]
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SDA Homeschool Families by Bailey Mills - 3d ago
I am a second generation homeschool parent. Before I even got married, I knew that if it was at all possible, I wanted to homeschool any future children I had. Now I am raising an adorable, precocious, scarily intelligent almost-5-year-old. I work part time because we simply cannot afford to live on a single income right […]
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SDA Homeschool Families by Maryruth - 3d ago

One question that comes up often in my conversations with parents who have children with challenges is, “Just how do I manage to do it all? How can I manage the special diet, the special educational challenges, and still retain some type of sanity?” I’ve had people ask me how I manage do to it […]
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This year I have been focusing on teaching math from the Bible and in many other practical ways. If you have missed any of these you can find the posts here. Throughout this process I have fallen more in love with God and with mathematics. I now look for the spiritual lesson in every math lesson that […]
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This month’s post is going to be a little different — okay, maybe a lot different. I have had the impression to share a bit of my journey, a journey very few people know about. You see, most of you who visit this blog and are part of the Facebook group probably either focus on […]
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Confession number one: I used to be a licensed professional counselor. I worked for a number of years with children in various modalities — from an inpatient psychiatric facility to inside the school system, in-home family therapy, and more places in between; and, I’ve worked with a lot of families. Want to know what on? […]
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The older my children get, the more pronounced the deficit in my parenting becomes. Some days I am keenly aware of my lack of skills and the need for increased knowledge to meet the new demand. At these times it is ever tempting to measure us by the other families. Often I am in the […]
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SDA Homeschool Families by Rachel Ashworth - 2w ago

My kids have always been great about doing things when asked. We’re very much a “yes, sir/no, sir” household, but that never did much for their work ethic. These boys played more than other kids, had outdoor experiences more than other kids, and watched much less TV than other kids — but ask them to […]
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Peer Pressure: That Dreaded Phrase Peer pressure is a dreaded phrase when we think of how easily we and our children get influenced by those behaviors and patterns that we seek the most to avoid. We cringe when we think of habits picked up by just observing and associating with certain people. As a parent, we realize the […]
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