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Thoughts on the Letter ‘C’

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Revisiting Some Archived Articles that Have Not Been Lost, but May Have Been Forgotten and Are Worth a Fresh Read Original Post Date: August 14, 2012 I would like to take some time in this article revisiting what should be a very familiar story from the Bible, the...
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You Are Not a Bad Person, Allison Is Wrong

by Matt
Tuesday, 20 August, 2013
categories: Classical Christian Education, Homeschooling Life
I am hesitant to write a response to the recent Slate.com article, “If You Send Your Kid to Private School, You Are a Bad Person,” for a few reasons. First, it is entirely possible that the article was meant to be satirical. If this is the case, the author is quite...
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Stop Trying to Fix Me and Just Listen!

You’re a fixer. You may not be very good with your hands or with mechanics or with electronics, but you’re a fixer. When your wife or child comes to you with a problem or a complaint, you don’t respond by just feeling their pain, you offer them solutions. It’s what...
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What Shakespeare Knew about Perpetual Motion and the Busy Monster

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I recently asked my mom, a longtime Challenge tutor, what she planned to do with her summer, teasing that she would be at a loss for what to do once her students were gone. She replied that she thought summer leisure time was a myth, adding, “The time always gets eaten...
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Joy at Every Phase

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Early on in my parenting experience, I determined to enjoy every stage of the process. That was after I discovered the joys of unraveling the mysteries of lactation with a newborn and operating on four hours of sleep. People often told us, “Enjoy your children while...
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