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"Do you not know that those who run in a race all run, but only one receives the prize?
Run in such a way that you may win." » I Corinthians 9:24

Have you ever been falsely accused? Or more specifically, have you ever been falsely accused of being a liar? What do you do in those tense situations? No one has ever so vehemently accused me of lying as one woman did last week.

Living Books

My mom had a theory. She thought that if she taught us to read lots of living books—well-written, fascinating books that make knowledge “come alive”—we would grow to love to read and, thus, love to learn.

How to Share Your Testimony

Have you ever shared your testimony and later realized you forgot a major point? Meredith Curtis’ “Personal Testimony” worksheet will give you an easy-to-remember method for the next opportunity you get to share the gospel.


I got the magazine in the mail almost a year ago. It’s one of those huge things that your alma mater sends you to remind you of what a good time you had at college and make you feel like you should donate money. I did have a wonderful experience in college. Thank you, alma…


Have you ever been in this situation? You think you’ve found the one you’re supposed to be with for the rest of your life … but your parents disagree. What do you do?

By Morgan Sessions, Unsplash

If you are a homeschool student with siblings like I was, you probably can appreciate the value of peace and quiet when trying to do your school. You of all people know how hard it is to write out your vocabulary words or study your history lesson when your little brother is running around in his underwear yelling, “Freedom Rider!”

Jenny Rose's Graduation

Do you ever have moments when you feel a bit lost in your homeschool journey? Let me share three things that my parents did for me that meant and helped the most.

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