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Student Article
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Feature Article

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Taking God's Creativity Seriously
by Joel Belz

Over the summer months, we are featuring a three-part series by Joel Belz on raising children with a sound worldview without falling into the trap of becoming formula-followers. This is the second of the three. Mr. Belz is the founder of God’s World Publications, but he is first and foremost a parent. We hope that this series will challenge and inspire you to continue to raise God-seeking children. If you missed last month’s installment, check it out here.

Some years ago, pretending that I knew something about the craft of masonry, I laid up a couple of walls. One was constructed of concrete blocks; the other was made of native mountain stone.

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Educational Helps

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Games for the Road
by Lexi Detweiler

Planning a road trip this summer? Amid mapping out your route, choosing the best pit stops, and packing the necessities, your child’s entertainment may take a back seat on your to-do list. At the last minute you’ll probably download a few movies, throw an iPad in their bag and they’re good to go, right? While there’s nothing wrong with watching movies or playing video games while on the road, let’s not forget that there are other ways to pass the time.

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Student Article

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My Strides to Make Things Rite
by Casey King

It all started the day Abby came back from college, lugging her ten-pound textbooks with her. (She was only back for a break, and she had a test coming up afterwards that she had to study for.) I was fairly new around here, but even I could tell that Mrs. Murphy was a bit tenser with her daughter around. And soon I learned why: Abby was a slob. She did not seem to care about keeping her belongings together; within a few hours of her visit, her textbooks were spread out all over the house. I’m glad I’m not her sock.

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Free Offer

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Auntie Anne's Coupon - Buy One, Get One Free!

Summer and soft pretzels just go together. And we’ve got friends in high places at Auntie Anne’s! This month, we want to share a little taste of Lancaster County with you by offering a coupon to our favorite pretzel shop. Auntie Anne’s Pretzels has grown from a single farmer's market stand in 1988 to a chain of soft pretzel stores worldwide. Simply print your coupon by clicking here and find your nearest Auntie Anne’s location to redeem your free pretzel!

Q&A

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Q. How much homework can I expect my student to have in a live summer Secondary Omnibus class?

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Announcements

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  • Additional Omnibus Self-Paced Courses Released
  • Summer Reading Contest
  • VPSA Communities
  • Pre-Sale on Self-Paced Bible
  • Openings with Veritas Press
  • Summer Classes

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