Whether it’s caring for a sick neighbor or just sitting down for a quick cup of coffee between errands with a fellow homeschool mom, we need friends.
We know that our teens have unique strengths but it’s painstakingly hard to wait for those to reveal themselves. So how do we determine what those gifts are so we can shape them into usable tools for life?
When should we begin to train them to juggle the challenges of a job? Would we adversely affect their education in the process?
Making the transition from summer break to studying isn't always easy for homeschool parents. These tips will help you get a head start!
Are teens compassionate by nature or by nurture? Kay Orr takes a look at compassion and how we can help our teens develop it.
Focus on what matters most: "As teenagers, their time with us is short. It is preferable to see their heart being transformed than simply having their actions controlled."