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Articles tagged Repentance

Avoiding the Micro-Managing Paradigm as Parents

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“Homeschooling parents are some of the bravest people I know.”  I heard that statement recently and couldn’t help but agree. The constant battle of engaging minds while also engaging hearts is demanding, and certainly requires courage and commitment. A necessary...
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Repentance

It is time. Time for the school books to be shelved. Time for feeling fresh green blades of grass underfoot. Time for growing the teacher. I look forward to summer every year not for a learning-pause but for a student-exchange. For the entire school year, my children...
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Lent: Baby Steps Toward Maturity

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Depending on your church tradition, the season of Lent will be of more or less importance to the period of time preceding the celebration of Easter Sunday. Some of us will celebrate Jesus Christ’s resurrection with no other holidays (holy days) preceding it. From there...
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Confessions of a Middle School Cheater

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The Peacemaker Monthly Confessions of a Middle School Cheater by Cara McLauchlan “He who conceals his sin, does not prosper, but whoever confesses and renounces them finds mercy.” – The Peacemaker, page 117 Remember the expression “cheaters never win.” Well, sometimes...
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The Way of Repentance

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by Andrew
Friday, 03 January, 2014
categories: Classical Christian Education
Even in rhetoric, it all comes down to The Way of Repentance. What is this Way? One might look at it in a number of different lights. Here is one: it is leaving behind the voices, anxieties, and vainglories that crowd our minds and souls in order to enter His silence...
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