The following articles have been selected to encourage and equip those looking into homeschooling and those who are currently homeschooling.

Why Should You Homeschool?
by: Bruce Eagleson
The first question families considering homeschooling often ask is, "How do I homeschool?" Before "how," they should consider "why." More...
The Point of No Return
by: David M Watkins
You can encourage those around you who want to home educate, but are hesitant to take that 'first step' or, as this article suggests, 'the point of no return'. It is important for us to mentor those who are just beginning their journey. More...
Sure You Can!!
by: Rick Boyer
Be encouraged by this admonition to stay the course and receive the blessing of God. More...
Remind Me Again
by: David Quine
Be encouraged about the virtue of home education and a reminder of why we teach our children at home. More...
No One Else Named Mom
by: Kari Lewis
Our ministry as homeschooling mothers is to take immense pleasure in being with our children, laughing, working, talking, praying, learning, and playing. Kari reminds us that our most important ministry during this season is our home and children. More...
Just a Mother
by: John Erickson
The best instruction I ever received came from a woman who never went to college, had never written anything longer than a letter, and had no credentials that said she was qualified to teach. More...
Homeschooling
by: Dorothy Karman
Is there more to homeschooling than academics? This author thinks so. More...
Education - Searching the Owner’s Manual
by: Kevin Swanson
Sometimes education is made out to be more complicated than it really is. As it turns out, God did supply us some basic principles on education in the Bible. These are the principles that transcend all other theories and approaches on education. More...
Bridging the Gap! Facing Your Fear
by: Heather Haupt
There is a nagging fear that our children will grow up to have glaring holes in their education and we'll have no one to blame but ourselves. Your child will have gaps - we all do. Heather shares why this is okay and how we can minimize critical gaps. More...
A Mom's Sentimental Journey
by: Vicki Bentley
In this engaging article with practical encouragement, Vicki answers the question, "If I had to do it all over again, what have I learned, seventeen years and seventeen kids later?" More...
A Letter to the New Homeschool Mom
by: Anna Molder
Anna shares honest, refreshing words of encouragement with the mom who has made the decision to homeschool. More...