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Month: May 2013

Eric C. Taylor: Former Homeschool Athlete Helping Other Homeschool Athletes Obtain Sports Scholarships




Homeschool… Athlete? Yes, hundreds of homeschoolers all over the country spend their PE and extracurricular hours participating in organized high school sports (of every sport) with other homeschoolers, many times against private or other homeschool teams (some of you know this full-well, busy busy!). Furthermore, in certain states, homeschool athletes are competing along with public school […]

Northwestern College, Iowa




Northwestern is a private Christian liberal arts college affiliated with the Reformed Church in America. The school’s 100-acre campus is surrounded by farmland in rural Orange City, Iowa. Orange City has been called one of the cleanest and safest towns in America. Named after Prince William of Orange, the community of nearly 6,000 is best […]

The Do’s and Don’ts of Writing Personal Statements for Scholarship




By Maria If you are applying for scholarship you’ll certainly find useful this personal story I’ll share. In my case, aside from writing a personal statement for my scholarship applications, I had to also include few additional short statements and project proposals. There was a lot of writing to be done. I did not want […]

Computer Networking: 3 Easy Tips to Begin Your Online Degree




If you are interested in working with computers and networks, you may be interested in obtaining a computer networking degree. One of the easiest ways to obtain this degree is online. There are a number of schools that offer an online computer networking degree. The area of study is called Information Technology, and these IT […]

5 Homeschooling Tips for Parents of Teens




By Claudia With homeschool training, you can help your child in many ways. You provide them the option of modifying their educational requirements. For example, online and practical trainings provide opportunities to become acquainted with a desired degree program. There is a huge amount of information available for parents who homeschool their kids. But when […]

Mother’s Day Special




By Nick Maker   Mother’s Day is a special time for the mothers and for the kids. “What about the husbands?” Well, the name is Mother’s Day, not wife’s day, though the husbands can buy gifts if they want to. Let me tell you a bit of history of that holiday.  The one who wanted this […]

Kate’s Health Corner




New Column! Hello Everyone! My name is Kate and this is Kate’s Health Corner. I want to teach you about health and fitness. In today’s society we do not always look at how we are taking care of our bodies. We are so busy with everyday events that it is just not something we think […]

Overpopulation Band Wagon versus Real-World Solutions




by Eleanor Frances Imminent! Rescheduled population explosion set for this Wednesday! Overpopulation doomsayers have become cliché, with the theory so fully assimilated in our culture that many people adhere to the politics of scarcity without questioning the assumptions and arguments on which it is based. Subscribing to this population myth makes people zealous for a […]

Disconnected




The Razor’s Edge, by Madeleine Richey This month I’d like to issue you a challenge. It doesn’t sound very hard, and in fact, I don’t think it is very hard at all. Can you put away your cell phone, laptop, iPod, and any other electronic devices for a whole day? This may sound like something […]

How Do the Church’s Teachings Affect Our Lives?




A Guest Post, by James Roscoe From Roman Catholic cathedrals to Baptist congregations, churches are still thriving in the 21st century. Naturally, they have a great effect on the lives of the members who attend them. In what areas exactly do people feel the presence of the church in their lives? Spirituality Going to church […]

The Sports Report




By Caela The NBA and NHL Playoffs Here are the teams that made it to the playoffs in the NBA and the NHL and the first round match ups and when the games start for each sport. Hope all you sport fanatics enjoy the NBA and NHL playoffs. Good luck to all the 16 teams […]

60 Seconds for Our God




Laughter, Tears, and Our Teen Years, by McKennaugh I used to own a book a few years ago that was called something like The One-Minute Bible. It was a devotional, and said that it would take you all the way through the Bible in a year. Each devotion was only supposed to take a minute. […]

Christmas in Apple Ridge, by Cindy Woodsmall




Emily Rachelle Reviews, by Emily Experience the holidays with the Plain folk of Apple Ridge, Pennsylvania This is my first time reading, much less reviewing, an Amish book. Most Christian and/or female readers are probably aware of the huge Amish trend going on right now.  Honestly, I’ve been more than reluctant to try it myself. I […]

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim




Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim is a fantasy action role-playing game developed by Bethesda Game Studios. It’s the fifth installment in The Elder Scrolls computer game series, following the widely popular Elder Scrolls IV: Oblivion. Skyrim was released on 11/11/11 for Microsoft Windows, PlayStation 3, and Xbox 360. It’s still the #1 Best Seller in Xbox […]

Rebuild of Evangelion




      By Xboltz   I wasn’t going to watch the remake of NGE, since the original wasn’t exactly my thing. But I ended up watching it anyway… Evangelion: 1.0 You Are (Not) Alone is the first in a series of four films that retell the story told in NGE. This first film is […]

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