December 18, 2014

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What’s in a name? The Bright Morning Star

by Cristina Grau Homeschool411.com partner blogger What’s in a name? A name is more than just something by which we are called; in a sense, it is our reputation. Did you know there are a multitude of names for God? Each name unique and powerful; the list is endless. Join us on this exciting adventure through […]

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December 11, 2014

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What’s in a name? The Resurrection

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by Cristina Grau Homeschool411.com partner blogger What’s in a name? A name is more than just something by which we are called; in a sense, it is our reputation. Did you know there are a multitude of names for God? Each name unique and powerful; the list is endless. Join us on this exciting adventure through […]

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December 4, 2014

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What’s in a name? The Door

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by Cristina Grau Homeschool411.com partner blogger What’s in a name? A name is more than just something by which we are called; in a sense, it is our reputation. Did you know there are a multitude of names for God? Each name unique and powerful; the list is endless. Join us on this exciting adventure through […]

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November 28, 2014

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What’s in a name? The Good Shepherd

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by Cristina Grau Homeschool411.com partner blogger What’s in a name? A name is more than just something by which we are called; in a sense, it is our reputation. Did you know there are a multitude of names for God? Each name unique and powerful; the list is endless. Join us on this exciting adventure through […]

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November 20, 2014

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What’s in a name?

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by Cristina Grau CHEA of California is happy to welcome Cristina Grau, www.ahomeschool.com, as a Homeschool411.com blog partner. This is the first of series on the names of Jesus.  What’s in a name?A name is more than just something by which we are called; in a sense, it is our reputation. A name can conjure up […]

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October 31, 2014

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Dedicated parents help their special learners

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by Marian Soderholm, MA, LD Specialist Speaker at CHEA’s Special Needs Solutions Conference, Saturday, November 1. Every week, for the past two years, Erna comes by with a loaf of bread, leaves it on the porch and crosses back over to her side of the street, where she has lived as our neighbor for more than […]

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October 24, 2014

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Coping with your inattentive child

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by Sharon Hensley Speaker at CHEA’s Special Needs Solution Conference We all face the problem of inattention as teachers of our children. Sometimes children are inattentive out of boredom or fatigue, or because they are five years old (a notoriously inattentive age). Sometimes they are inattentive out of rebellion. And sometimes kids are inattentive simply […]

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October 16, 2014

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Record your heritage

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by Pam Geib CHEA Regional Advisory Board Member Sons are a heritage from the Lord, children a reward from Him (Psalm 127:3). Sitting side by side, my sister and I pored over the box of photos at our feet: mostly black and whites, many with folks we did not know. You take this one and […]

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October 10, 2014

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A battle is won. The war isn’t over.

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by Susan K. Stewart CHEA Communications Adviser Once again the determination of homeschool parents to protect their children swayed the outcome of the legislation process. On September 29, Family Protection Ministries (FPM), Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA), and CHEA were able to announce that Governor Jerry Brown vetoed AB 1444, Mandatory Kindergarten. It was […]

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September 25, 2014

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College prep is more than SAT test

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by Susan K. Stewart CHEA Communications Adviser Each one of my children took a different route to a career. My oldest chose not to go to college but rather get technical training specific to her work. The next in line went to college for a while, left for the work world, and has continued to […]

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