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Articles by author: Jennifer Courtney

We Are One Body: Recognizing the Gifts of Others in Seminar

When we are fearful, we tend to fall back on things that we know. There is nothing like homeschooling for preying upon our fears about parenting. The questions echo: “Will my child be able to get into college?” “Will my child be able to find a good job?” And so, we...
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Restoring Two Generations: Forming a Learning Plan for Parents

A wise man will hear, and will increase learning; and a man of understanding shall attain unto wise counsels. Proverbs 1:5 (KJV) “Anyone who stops learning is old, whether at twenty or eighty. Anyone who keeps learning stays young.” - Henry Ford In Classical...
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Advent: Are we still watching, waiting, and expecting?

‘Tis the season of expectation and searching, of hope and wonder. ‘Tis the season of Advent. Our English word advent comes from the Latin word advenio, which literally translates “to come to.” It is made up of the preposition ad and the verb venio. One of my favorite...
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Help! I didn’t have a classical education!

Ever since the launch of the Cultivating Classical Parents webinar series, I have received many emails from parents with the same theme. How can I give my children a classical education when I didn’t receive one? If you have had thoughts like these, you are in good...
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July 4th Celebrations and Memory Work

On July 4th, and on other American holidays, do we really pause to reflect on our nation’s history? Too often, for my family, these holidays have become a day of swimming, grilling, and fireworks. Recently, I read Laura Ingalls Wilder’s Little Town on the Prairie to my...
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