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Nov/Dec 2008 Turtle Magazine Mouse Train A rhyming story about mice journeying through mouse town on a mouse train.
Summer 2009 The Old Schoolhouse 10 Keys to Unlocking a World of Learning 10 teaching ideas for homeschooling parents of students with learning disabilities
Summer 2009 Chicago Special Parent Raising Readers This article is part of an e-book. It gives 5 ideas to help inspire children to read at home.
Fall 2010 The Old Schoolhouse Wholly Parenting, Holy Teens 7 parenting roles that will help teens flourish in their spiritual life
2011 The Old Schoolhouse Preschool at Home Where They Belong Ideas to help parents make the best use of time with their preschool children at home
2013- to be released The Old Schoolhouse Living Set Apart This article is one of many that will be published in a book. It is about helping teens live with integrity in their relational lives.

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About the Author

My name is Randy Saller. I am a special education teacher at Gavin Central in Lake Villa, Illinois. I have a BA in Special Education and an MA in Curriculum and Instruction. I have been married to Amy Jo for the last 18 years. God has blessed us with three wonderful children- Jonah, Gilbert, and Sadie. Some of my interests include spending time with family, running, fishing, and writing. I have written for Turtle Magazine, Chicago Parent, and The Old Schoolhouse. My wife and I are Christians with a passion for homeschooling and family discipleship. Two of My favorite verses are: He will turn the hearts of the fathers to their children, and the hearts of the children to their fathers..... (Malachi 4:6). I have no greater joy than to hear that my children are walking in the truth (1 John 3-4). Amy and I believe that there is no more important ministry than the family ministry. It is our passion to help parents understand the importance of their role in helping their children understand and know God. Although parents will always be imperfect, God has chosen the broken vessel of parenting to have the most influential role (humanly speaking) in the spiritual life of a child. I invite you to explore some of the free resources on this website.

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