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HIS Archers – Fall Session 2014

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Fall Session begins Sept 5

By |July 18th, 2014|Chapter Events, LEAH News|Comments Off

30th Annual Christian Parenting & Home Education Conference

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By |June 9th, 2014|Events, LEAH Conferences, LEAH News|Comments Off

Legislative Day – Liberty on the Line

March 18, 2014
Albany, NY
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By |February 27th, 2014|Events, LEAH News|Comments Off

LEAH Newsletter Flashback – 1989

LEAH Newsletter – July 1989
Looking back as we celebrate 30 years as LEAH!

By |February 10th, 2014|LEAH News, Our Blog|Comments Off
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    Young Writers Contest

Young Writers Contest

Messenger Exclusive! Share your Christmas traditions with us in a story.

By |September 9th, 2013|LEAH News, The Messenger|Comments Off

Fine Writer Award Winners

And the winners are…

By |May 8th, 2013|LEAH Conferences, LEAH News|Comments Off

But I’m NOT a Teacher

It’s interesting how the Lord leads you to do something you never thought you’d do.

By |April 24th, 2013|LEAH News, Our Blog|Comments Off

Homeschooling Out of Conviction

“…So whatever you do, do it all for the glory of God”
I Corinthians 10:31

By |April 11th, 2013|LEAH News, Our Blog|Comments Off

You want to do “WHAT”

This was my first response to Krista’s question to me, “I think we should Homeschool”. Why would we want to do that, I blurted out? Little did I know that this was the most profound and impactful decision she would ever ask me to make. As a young parent I had never stopped to consider the thought of keeping our children home. We were both public schooled and we seemed to turn out OK right? As I pondered the question we began to discuss our oldest daughter’s 45-minute bus ride and all the “new” things she was learning on it at the age of six. At the same time we saw a change in her personality and bearing that we had not created or endorsed. It was these things and some honest retrospect into our own public school experience that finally prompted me to say yes, somewhat reluctantly I must admit. And so began our Homeschool journey. At first I was the ever typical absent Homeschool Dad. I did not encourage Krista in what she was doing, I simply didn’t say no. As time went on and the fruits of her not so insignificant labor began to bear I remember the awe I felt in her insight. I came to live in the knowledge that we were actively participating in our children’s lives and their instruction. More importantly we were able to maintain their innocence and begin to instill in them a respect and a love of learning and most […]

By |April 3rd, 2013|LEAH News, Our Blog|Comments Off

Tick, Tock Goes the Clock…

Hmm…can anyone else relate to the first paragraph..
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Mary Fratianni

By |March 27th, 2013|LEAH News, Our Blog|Comments Off