Recent Blog Posts

Break Through the Winter Doldrums

February 25, 2019

Does February feel kind of “blah” to you? You’re not alone. The February Funk is rough for many people, and not just for those of us living in Loveland. Millions of Americans are affected by seasonal affective disorder (SAD) each year, and February is one of the peak months for people to feel a bit…

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Activating a Christian Mindset in Sports

February 13, 2019

Whether it’s the parents, the coaches, the refs, the fans, or the players themselves, there’s a lot of intensity in private high school sports. Everyone is wanting the same outcome, to win, and they’re willing to do what it takes to make that happen. Competition drives many of us, but it’s also inherently not the…

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Homework Helper: Writing Practice Part II

February 6, 2019

Welcome back to our homework helper blog on writing practice! In our first blog, we covered some of the basics for the littlest writers. Until about first and the beginning of second grade, the biggest concerns for writing are simply knowing how to physically do it. Later elementary, middle, and high school students are all…

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Homework Helper: Writing Practice Part I

January 30, 2019

Writing is an interesting school subject. It’s one of the most subjective areas of academics — everyone has their own style, voice, and even their own handwriting. Being a good writer isn’t just something for the literary elite. Your child will write papers, essays, cover letters, and job applications at all turns in their life,…

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Helping Kids Love to Read

January 22, 2019

Reading is one of the most important skills a person can have. And yet, most people say they read four or less books per year. A love for reading helps out in all school subjects and work — even math requires our literacy. When we love to read, we do it more, and we become…

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Homework Helper: Multiplication

December 29, 2018

If you’ve ever felt confused looking at your child’s homework, struggled to explain a topic that seems easy to know but hard to teach, and dealt with the frustration of homework help, you are not alone. In fact, you’re probably part of the majority! Helping kids with homework is a challenging task, much more so…

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Educational Activities Over Holiday Break

December 21, 2018

The first week of the holidays, your family is likely rushing around trying to get everything set for Christmas. You’re cooking all the foods, meeting up with all the family, wrapping all the presents, and come Christmas Day, you just want to relax. After the blur that is the Christmas season, however, you want your…

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November Table Talk

December 19, 2018

RCS November Table Talk with Patty Hoppe

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Family New Year’s Resolutions

December 14, 2018

New Year’s Eve is exciting for many reasons, but one of the biggest reasons for this feeling of joy is the thought of a clean slate. A whole new and fresh year to make some changes in your life. A chance to reflect on the past year, and to create room for growth in the…

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Battling Smartphones As a Parent

November 1, 2018

Social media feels like a minefield lately. With your aunt being impersonated on Facebook and the mere existence of Snapchat can be easy, as a guardian, to start eyeing that smartphone in your child’s hand a little suspiciously. Can you honestly remember the last time you got on a social media channel and were not…

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