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Articles by author: Andrea Newitt

Teaching to Change Lives

Several months ago, while looking over the books found on my friend’s homeschooling shelves, I came across quite a few familiar titles. Some of the books I had given to her because I no longer needed them. Others were books that had intrigued me but I never bought them...
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Homeschooling in the Desert of Affliction

This school year God moved our home school into the desert. The breast cancer I thought I had successfully battled last school year spread, as triple-negative breast cancer is notorious for doing. As a result, I was forced to make adjustments to my homeschooling plans...
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Summer Reading

Every summer I read Dorothy Sayers’ mystery Gaudy Night. I look forward to it as I looked forward to swimming, lightning bugs, thunderstorms, and watermelon as a young girl growing up in central Ohio. The book is filled with complex characters and intricate plots,...
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Cultivate Faithfulness

by Andrea Newitt
Wednesday, 22 June, 2011
categories: Articles
Years ago at a women’s retreat, I received a scroll with the verse “Trust in the Lord and do good; dwell in the land and cultivate faithfulness (Psalm 37:3, NASB). Isn’t that a lovely passage? Cultivate has such a deep, rich connotation, involving growth, development,...
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The Beauty of Homeschooling

by Andrea Newitt
Monday, 16 May, 2011
categories: Homeschooling Life
In the midst of our busy homeschooling lives, we can easily make the mistake of concentrating our attention on truth and goodness alone and neglecting the need for beauty in our educational efforts. John Mark Reynolds offers parents another approach in his seminar...
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