• Christians, what do you think of ex-Christian atheists?

    Feel free to state your opinion. Personally, I think they're quite traitorous.
    Feel free to state your opinion. Personally, I think they're quite traitorous.
    19 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Christians, is canswer the result of sin??

    Best answer: Yes and no.

    All diseases are the result of the Great Fall after Adam and Eve sinned.

    However on an individual basis, the book of Job proves that one can have health problems without doing anything sinful to cause them. It's Satan who wants to make our lives miserable with diseases.
    Best answer: Yes and no.

    All diseases are the result of the Great Fall after Adam and Eve sinned.

    However on an individual basis, the book of Job proves that one can have health problems without doing anything sinful to cause them. It's Satan who wants to make our lives miserable with diseases.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Was my boyfriend sent by God?

    Best answer: sounds like a good man. maybe pray hard about where God wants you two's relationship to go from here.
    Best answer: sounds like a good man. maybe pray hard about where God wants you two's relationship to go from here.
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it possible to do an entire years worth of schoolwork in three months (a summer)?

    Best answer: Yes, you can if you're determined. But remember, you should take a break every hour or two to stretch, walk, snack, etc., even if it's only for 10 or 15 minutes. Remember: Just because something poses a challenge doesn't mean it's impossible. At the end of each study day, get some exercise, wind... show more
    Best answer: Yes, you can if you're determined. But remember, you should take a break every hour or two to stretch, walk, snack, etc., even if it's only for 10 or 15 minutes. Remember: Just because something poses a challenge doesn't mean it's impossible.

    At the end of each study day, get some exercise, wind down, and get enough rest to continue the next day. It might also help if you choose to study somewhere like the library for part of the day. Although you'll be studying on your own, there will be other people around you, which might help you not feel so isolated.
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it time to outlaw home schooling in the United States of America???

    Best answer: You have no right or responsibility for deciding what me or my family choose to do. In simple terms, mind your own business and do not attempt to force me to adopt your values or opinions.
    Best answer: You have no right or responsibility for deciding what me or my family choose to do. In simple terms, mind your own business and do not attempt to force me to adopt your values or opinions.
    8 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Information about being independently homeschooled?

    If I become independently homeschooled, once your parent thinks you have completed the equivalent work for a high school diploma they can award you a diploma. I wanted to know if I got awarded my diploma 2 years early if colleges would look at me differently since it would be a parent awarded diploma. I make good... show more
    If I become independently homeschooled, once your parent thinks you have completed the equivalent work for a high school diploma they can award you a diploma. I wanted to know if I got awarded my diploma 2 years early if colleges would look at me differently since it would be a parent awarded diploma. I make good grades and I know I could graduate early and do great in college. How do parents go about awarding a diploma? I just need all the basic info on parent awarded diplomas and independent homeschooling. Thank you, also I live in Texas!
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • How to convince my mom into letting me do online school?

    Okay so I’m gonna be a sophomore this year and I’m really thinking about doing online schooling. My question is how can I convince my mom to let me? I’ve asked her many times but she always says no. I feel like it’d be a lot better for me and I’d be happier. I wouldn’t say I get tortured at school but there’s this... show more
    Okay so I’m gonna be a sophomore this year and I’m really thinking about doing online schooling. My question is how can I convince my mom to let me? I’ve asked her many times but she always says no. I feel like it’d be a lot better for me and I’d be happier. I wouldn’t say I get tortured at school but there’s this group of people who really bothered me last year and always called me names. It’s really hard for me to make friends, I know that should be even more of a reason for me to go to learn social skills but I don’t feel comfortable at school. I don’t make bad grades, all my grades are C’s and above. I don’t get in trouble or cause problems. When I do go to school I tend to miss a lot of days, I missed 23 days last year (my mom knows all about it, I don’t go anywhere I just stay home when I skip). I’m just not good at school, I feel like I don’t fit in and it’s hard for me to be myself. I’m normally a really happy person but I haven’t been since I started high school. I have a job so it’s not like I’d just stay home and make a mess all day. I really want this. How should I convince her?? Please help
    4 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Jobs that pay 40k a year for one year or less of schooling?

    I don't know what I want to be when I'm done with high school yet really don't want to spend a lot of money for schooling just trying to find a job that pays well for just a year or 2 of school
    I don't know what I want to be when I'm done with high school yet really don't want to spend a lot of money for schooling just trying to find a job that pays well for just a year or 2 of school
    5 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Is it illegal to not let your child go to school?

    Best answer: It's perfectly legal. She is the parent; you are the child. She is in charge of you. Homeschooling is legal and your parent has the ultimate authority to determine how you are schooled.
    Best answer: It's perfectly legal. She is the parent; you are the child. She is in charge of you. Homeschooling is legal and your parent has the ultimate authority to determine how you are schooled.
    13 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • HELP!!! Need to convince my parents to let me be online schooled!?

    Best answer: Before you talk to them again, do your research. Look into different online schools. Know whether your state has free public options or whether you will need to look at private online schools. Know your state homeschooling laws for independent homeschooling as well. That's because in some states private online... show more
    Best answer: Before you talk to them again, do your research. Look into different online schools. Know whether your state has free public options or whether you will need to look at private online schools. Know your state homeschooling laws for independent homeschooling as well. That's because in some states private online schools fall under the same laws as independent homechooling, what the other answer calls "actual" homeschooling. In my state if there's no physical presence if the private online school, I'd have to fill out the same private school affidavit as an independently homeschooling family. In a legal sense there's no difference for compliance.

    Plan out how you'd stay socially active. Living rurally generally gives you fewer options, but they're there. Check into homeschooling groups. Are there ones that'd suit you? Some are strictly Christian and exclude anyone who doesn't sign a statement of faith.. Some are inclusive of all beliefs. Some exclude kids who're virtually schooled. I've even seen one that excludes ex-teachers and their homeschooled kids. That's so they can talk smack. I wouldn't join it, though I could, because I think it's crappy to do. Sometimes the support groups are more for the parents, so keeping it to specific groups like independently homeschooled students makes sense. Virtually schooling parents don't choose curriculum. Some virtual schools offer groups and meetups as well. And they aren't for indepently homeschooled families. They fill a different need..Sometimes they're just snooty and want you to understand you're not one of "them". Homeschooling families aren't immune from cliques and excessive egos.

    The better prepared you are, the more likely they'll trust you
    5 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • What are the cons of homeschooling?

    11 answers · 3 weeks ago
  • Letter to wright to my daughters teacher to excuse her from and assignment?

    My Daughter missed over a mounth of school because she was being bullied and the school didnt do anything to stop it from happening so we removed her and started to homeschool her and we sent her back after every thing was strightened out at the school and they treated her as a new student so she wouldnt be so far... show more
    My Daughter missed over a mounth of school because she was being bullied and the school didnt do anything to stop it from happening so we removed her and started to homeschool her and we sent her back after every thing was strightened out at the school and they treated her as a new student so she wouldnt be so far behind in her schol work but in one class she is suposteto do some big project that is due in 2 days and everyone else has had over 1 mouth to compleat this task but she only gets 2 days?? im trying to figure out the perfect letter to send into her teacher so she will be excused from that project because that is the only class that didn t comply with by treating her as a new student
    7 answers · 3 weeks ago