Christ, the Wisdom and Virtue of God

Christian classical educators believe that wisdom and virtue are the goals of education. How does the revelation that Christ is the Wisdom and Virtue of God guide our teaching and keep us from making the sorts of mistakes that harm or even destroy our children’s souls?

Why Should Christians Embrace Classical Education?

For over 20 years, a growing number of Christian home educators have adopted the classical approach to education. Should you? Have you? What is classical education? Why are Christians from so many backgrounds and educational philosophies embracing it?

Emotional Intelligence: What Is It? Why Does It Matter? Your Role in Developing EQ

We have all seen it: highly-intelligent and capable individuals who just don’t seem to move forward in life.  They struggle with communication, emotional outbursts, self-management, and relationships. What happened?  In this workshop, we will discuss the direct correlation between emotional intelligence and success at home, at school and in the workplace.  We will learn ways …

High Tech Homeschooling in the Digital Age

Multimedia access has changed the way students interact with their environment. With information at their fingertips and constant stimuli designed to grab their attention, today’s kids have a whole new set of challenges. By using strategies that are designed for how the brain works, you can engage these digital brains to see incredible results.

From Atheist to Apologist: Lessons from C.S. Lewis, the Great Christian Storyteller

In this “Age of Tolerance,” Christians are in danger of forgetting what distinguishes the worldview of the believer from that of the unbeliever. Rather than allow the world to introduce moral matters to your children, discover how you can use the life and work of C. S. Lewis as a powerful tool to help your …

The True Diversity of Homeschoolers and Home Educators

Home-schoolers are often labelled as conservative Christians, but this school choice is practiced by very diverse groups in the population. In addition to Christians, many other groups are home educators, including atheists, Muslims, scientists, single parents, and grandparents. African Americans, white Americans, Asians, Hispanics, and anyone wishing to try it out as an alternative form …

The Painful Travail of the Homeschool Movement of the 1980’s

Although homeschooling had been around for many years, it began to take off in the 1980’s. There were many different reasons: For some, public education was seen as failing and private school education was either too expensive or of undesirable quality. There were also unaccommodated special-needs children. Others felt their deep-set religious convictions were not …