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Articles tagged Adventure

Raising a Discoverer

What do you believe about children and learning? In any learning environment we consider—public, private, or home school— some children seem to enjoy learning while others seem to be bored or frustrated by it. Parents and teachers will go to great lengths to make...
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What Are We Afraid Of?

Your spirit has been bruised by cowardice, Which many a time so weighs a man's heart down it turns him from a glorious enterprise-- as shadows fool the horse that shies away. (Dante, Inferno, Canto II) In this early scene from Dante’s Inferno, Vergil urges Dante to...
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Discovery

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by Cara
Monday, 07 July, 2014
categories: Articles, Homeschooling Life
Nurture Your Soul – Summer Devotions Series Discovery by Cara McLauchlan The only true voyage of discovery...would be not to visit strange lands but to possess other eyes, to behold the universe through the eyes of another..." -- Marcel Proust No summer would be...
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True Fellowship: Classical Conversations Community

There is a scene in The Fellowship of the Ring that totally redefined the word “fellowship” for me. “Fellowship” is a word that has become so common among church members that it has been watered down to mean almost nothing. If teens are talking outside, but doing...
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Summer Reading

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Every summer I read Dorothy Sayers’ mystery Gaudy Night. I look forward to it as I looked forward to swimming, lightning bugs, thunderstorms, and watermelon as a young girl growing up in central Ohio. The book is filled with complex characters and intricate plots,...
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