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How to Trust God with Your Friendships

Do you trust God with your friendships? Do you believe He will provide you with friends? That He will provide your kids with good friendships? Do you worry about a friend's health or salvation? That's this month's topic in the Trust Project. [button...

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How to Trust God with Your Parents

Many of us homeschooling moms not only have fears about our children but about our parents as well. This month in the Trust Project we will focus on trusting God with our parents. [button link="http://ultimateradioshow.com/trustparents" type="big" color="orange"...

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How to Know if You’re Doing Enough in Your Homeschool

One of the most common concerns I hear from new homeschoolers is whether or not they're doing enough. If that's your question, regardless of how long you've been homeschooling, I have six ways you can know that you're doing enough in your homeschool. [button...

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How Homeschooling Can Be a Fulfilling Career

I wrote what became a very popular blog post about why I wasted my education to homeschool.  I will summarize by saying that there were people in my life who thought trading in a PhD in psychology and clinical practice in a Christian clinic to homeschool was a waste,...

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How to Trust God with Your Finances

Trusting God with our finances can be tough. But if we are going to complete this Trust Project, we have to deal with our fears about money. Have your Trust Project printables ready, and let's do this! [button link="http://ultimateradioshow.com/trustmoney" type="big"...

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How to Handle a Troublemaking Child

I hear from many parents who have a child who antagonizes siblings, rebels against them, or otherwise makes life difficult. I have six strategies for turning your troublemaker into a terrific child. [button link="http://ultimateradioshow.com/troublemaker" type="big"...

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CSI Science for Middle and High School Students: A Review

If you are teaching middle or high school students, you know how challenging it can be to engage them in learning. I have written a review of what I think is the best science curriculum for homeschool students of any age. But I wanted an elective science curriculum...

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