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Experience India and Give Your Kids the Same Advantage Mine Have

My children have an advantage. I don’t mind telling you what it is. My children have experienced life in a culture devoted to the worship of false gods. They have watched families with dirty, barefoot, sunken-eyed children crowd around a … Continue reading

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Five Reasons to Teach Our Children to Give

We're wrapping up our WorldViews learning and giving project soon. What an exciting time for the Sonlight community to learn and grow and give together! There's still time to join in. If your family would like to participate, you can … Continue reading

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Match Ends Tonight. What Did You Learn?

One of the goals of this year's giving project was to help us catch God's heart for the Muslim world. I haven't had a chance to hear your stories, so I thought I'd share what I discovered. 1. This came … Continue reading

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What the ORE Videos Can't Show You

There are at least two things the Off-Road Encounters videos haven't shown you. In fact, they couldn't have shown you these things, though they would have liked to. I'll mention both of these now, as I believe they are crucial … Continue reading

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Get Your Free Off-Road Encounters Welcome Kit

Do your kids like stickers, pins, maps? I'm not exactly a kid anymore, but I was excited when my Off-Road Encounters welcome kit arrived in the mail. If you haven't signed up to be part of this year's giving project, … Continue reading

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From Luke's Inbox: Now Is Not the Time to Learn About Islam

I understand that missionary work is very important. However, I don't appreciate you encouraging us to teach our children to understand Muslim culture and beliefs. I think this is particularly poor timing. I appreciate the feedback. Of course, I was … Continue reading

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What Can Your Children Do This International Literacy Day?

Reading is important. You need to be able to do it to get through school -- though, of course, we find workarounds if we struggle with reading. But as a student growing up, that was it. I needed to read … Continue reading

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