Mapping Out a Plan for High School Study

Mapping Out a Plan for High School Study

Utilize Further Study Focuses When using a unit study, such as the Wisdom Booklets, the avenues of possible learning are limitless. You’ve likely found, however, that your monthly schooling time is anything but limitless! Multiple project choices may be intriguing,...

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Five Life Roles

Five Life Roles

There are five basic roles in life that each person can fulfill or help others fulfill. The ATI program seeks to assist parents in training sons and daughters to be successful in each of these areas.

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Becoming an “Energy-Giver”

Becoming an “Energy-Giver”

An energy-giver is someone who loves God with all of his heart, and therefore turns to love his neighbor as he loves himself. As he focuses on loving and serving God, he invests his life in meeting the needs of those around him.

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What is a “Rhema”?

What is a “Rhema”?

There are two primary Greek words that describe Scripture which are translated word in the New Testament. The first, logos, refers principally to the total inspired Word of God and to Jesus, Who is the living Logos. The second primary Greek word that describes Scripture is rhema, which refers to a word that is spoken and means “an utterance.”

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20 Questions to Open the Heart of Your Child

20 Questions to Open the Heart of Your Child

The questions listed here can guide you in bonding sessions with your sons and daughters to help deepen your relationship and give you insights into their needs. Take time to get to know each of your children. Set aside time just to ask questions and listen.

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Seven Vital Objectives

Seven Vital Objectives

A nation is weak if it has weak families. A family is weak if it has a weak father. A father is weak if he fails to understand or fulfill his God-given responsibilities. These responsibilities include imparting to sons and daughters the following objectives:

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Five Basic Functions of a Mother

Five Basic Functions of a Mother

Understanding sons and daughters comes by demonstrating a “listening heart.” One of the Hebrew words for “understand,” shama, means “to hear intelligently.” The mother often has the best opportunity to be the listener throughout the day.

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Teaching Sons to “Take Hold” of a Task

Teaching Sons to “Take Hold” of a Task

Do you ever get frustrated and angry when your son doesn’t follow instructions completely? Recently, this is something I have struggled with. My angry responses to my young sons’ mistakes dampened the joy in our home, and I knew that something needed to change.

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