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Joshua Harris

Joshua Harris


Former columnist for Practical Homeschooling Magazine.

Joshua Harris, age 22, was homeschooled his entire life. His book I Kissed Dating Goodbye is the best-selling book for Christian young adults in the country.

Visit Josh's website for a current listing of his conference schedule: www.joshharris.com


Homeschooling Articles by Joshua Harris

Perfect-Family Phobia Your family does not need to be perfect to be fantastic.

Mrs. Hemingway's Bank What does it mean to be grown up? Ernest Hemingway's mother gives some insight.

Where's the Church, Marty? Life without God's family is a bleak story.

Take Me Out to the Curriculum Fair Joshua Harris tells what he learned standing in line at all those homeschool curriculum fairs.

Thanks, Mom & Dad! Joshua Harris shares how he feels about graduating homeschool and leaving home.

The Men Who Have Shaped Me Joshua Harris tells us about the men who helped shape his life.

Will the Homeschooled Homeschool? Will homeschooled kids grow up to be homeschooling parents?

Going to the Movies? Joshua Harris tackles this controversial subject.

"Big" Dreams Aren't Enough Why being "Mr. Big" may not be the best goal for your life.

Are We Asking the Right Questions? What would Jesus do? Or are there some other questions we should also be asking?

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