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  1. HI everyone I'm new to this, but I was wondering how many other people homeschool? I am 14 and I learn from home, i do it in a different way thank i think most people do it, but I guess it still is homeschooling Also, I'm sorry if this is posted in the wrong section, if it is please could someone tell me and i'll put it in the right one Thanks, from Ben
  2. I am a self-trained artist, (27 now) researching building a homeschool art curriculum for teens. Art made school more palatable for me when I was a teen. Adults often think about what is best for their child and conclude that extracurriculars are secondary, but I am still young enough to remember that those secondary subjects acted as motivators for working on the primary subjects that parents consider so important. If you're a homeschool teen I'd be interested in hearing what your thoughts are about art. If you have an art curriculum what you like about it and what you don't like. If you don't have one why you think you don't and whether you care or not. Here's a photo of one of my recent paintings:
  3. Some parents are at the cross road on how to go about managing their teenage children, some already have given up on them while some are seeking for solution. The truth about every teenager is that, God has ordained them to have great future. But the devil who is enemy to mankind has deceived most of these teenagers and thereby making life more miserable and difficult. There is still hope for the hopeless. This book is one in a million that will help every teenager to navigate the course of teenager life and challenges and come out victoriously. I am a living testimony, and i believe it will save a lot of our teenage children from future disaster. Get you copy through this link: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B00URJG828
  4. RebekahP

    I want to leave school

    I hate school. I find that the rest of my year know that I am a Christian but that I don't act in a very Christian way at he moment. I have had a nervous breakdown because of the pressure to do well in my GCSE's and over react to everything. I know it's wrong but I get so stressed out that I walk out of class and so I have decided I don't want to be in school. The other day I refuse to get the bus into school and so my mum drove me in and I refused to get out the car and people had to come out the school to get me out of the car. I am not proud but I don't know how to break the cycle and find school positive. Any advice?
  5. Just curious about what type schooling is most prevalent on here. I was homeschooled, until I graduated. And I loved it.
  6. Jesusismyticket

    Official note from me

    So I feel I should let you know in advance, like a long advance more less For Senior year, I have like 9-10 subjects. heaviest load ever. 3 maths (Algebra 2, Consumer Math, Accounting) Foreign language still (sobbing) English 12 Religion 12 American Government Economics Keyboarding (watch me ace this lol no probably not) Shakespeare I think that is it plus, I will have to take the ACT test, and will be applying for colleges etc. with this, when I begin school again this year, I am going to be a lot less active, everywhere. I'll probably check my email once a day, but social wise I will most likely only be online during the weekend. Probably later in the evening too, because I like to keep up with math by doing some on the weekend so if I have a problematic area I can spend more time on it and not be behind. I hope you guys understand, and I love you If you want to contact me outside here, send me a PM and I'll see about it. thanks. <3
  7. So it has been a few years since I have been on here. A lot has happened and I'm technically not a teen anymore! When I first joined these forums it was at a time I was struggling in my relationship with God (and doubts at times to his existence), struggling with a huge porn addiction, and with mild depression. I sought out this forum as a place to talk with other Christians my age. I am in a much better place now (and married!!) and pursuing my dreams. I thought I would revisit these forums post about what helped me through those times, and invite you to experience what I did all those years ago. After college I took about half a year off to really pursue God. I decided to do a Discipleship Training School in YWAM Slovakia. It was a real time of breakthrough for me -- I was able to connect to God in a way that truly changed my life. I learned how to hear God's voice...and it made all the difference. For years I had tried SO HARD to break my porn addiction. I just couldn't shake it. The best I could do was sometimes resist for a week at a time. Usually though, I was "using" porn on a daily basis, and the kind of porn I wanted kept getting darker and darker. Yet all that changed when I started listening to the voice of my Heavenly Father. I won't lie and say I have never looked at porn since then. There are times I still struggle. But you know what? Those times are so few now, and I still believe there will be a day when even those will pass. Why? Because, it is no longer MY FIGHT against porn, or MY FIGHT against depression, or MY FIGHT against anything at all. I was trying so hard to accomplish something I simply couldn't do. Through teaching on how to hear God's voice, God started to speak to me about letting Him fight through me, surrendering to His Spirit and letting the Holy Spirit overcome through me. It was no longer MY FIGHT to be obedient to God, it was His Spirit in me showing me that He loves me no matter what. It's one thing to read in the Bible that God loves you - and quite another to begin to experience it first hand. I started writing down the things I felt God spoke to me -- and sharing them with others to make sure I wasn't going off the deep end. Through it all there were times I wondered if I was just making this stuff up...yet it all felt so real. God spoke to me that by the time the school was over He would remove all the doubts I had about if this was His voice or not. And he did! Through a dream, God showed me some specific things about one of the members of our team. In the dream this person came to me while we were each sitting on our separate beds. He told me two or three different things, and then we prayed together. The strength of the prayer woke me up, and I wrote the dream down. A few weeks to a month later the dream unfolded before my eyes. Me and this guy were assigned to prepare a Bible study, and we were each sitting on our beds across from each other (although were were in a different town at this point). In the middle of the preparation, he said he needed to talk to me about things he had never told anyone else. And...boom. It was those exact things from my dream. Can I encourage you that God is real! He is alive, and He is in you! If you take the time to listen...He is always speaking. Sometimes He is just saying "I love you!" but that can be the most transforming thing He says...if you let Him speak it to your heart. Well...if you want to experience something like that you can join our next DTS at the end of August. Or you can check out this teaching by Mark Virkler on How to Hear God's Voice. Either way, it can change your life! If you have any questions about my journey, feel free to ask here or send me a private message. P.S. Can I also encourage you to always pursue God in the context of community? I know when I was struggling, although these forums WERE encouraging, there was nothing like meeting together face to face and being vulnerable. Although the teaching on hearing God's voice was what brought real breakthrough in my life, the journey towards that started when I told a close friend of mine about my struggle that I had kept hidden for years. We ended up staying up till 2 AM talking and praying together. Don't try and walk things out alone -- God made us function as a body for a reason. Blessings!
  8. I will be taking an extended leave from CTF for the next probably 2 weeks to a month. We are very close to finishing up most of my school subjects, and my mom really wants to get it done, as do I. So this leave will be to focus more on my schoolwork and hopefully catch up in Spanish. Keep me in your prayers, as test anxiety is still a pain.
  9. Ella95

    Lost?

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  10. TeenyTitan

    School is killing me!

    I have lived in Indonesia for 4 years now, but I have recently moved to SPH. SPH is an IB school and the last school I was at had really low academic things. I am in over my head right now. I am forgetting stuff all the time, and guess what. When you forget things you get a DT (detention time) and I have had DT after DT. Does anyone have any suggestions to keep organized?
  11. So, do you STICK UP for what you believe, at school esp.? All the time... Or only when you know people WILL listen to you? When do you think it is not a good idea to argue? When it's going to taint your reputation? Or... Is "tainting your reputation" a part of being a Christian? When you know they just won't listen? WWJD?! Do you pray before you speak? I reeeeaaaaally want to hear ya'll opinions on this xxx
  12. TheArtist

    Math tutor

    I realized recently that I don't really have a subject that I'm especially good at. Math has always kind of confused me, but I think I could be good at it if I tried. I just need someone who understands it very well to help me out. I've taken pre-algebra, but I'm homeschooled and I do it all on the com so there's no one to actually talk to about it. If anyone would like to help me out, I'd appreciate it.
  13. sierra-smith

    Need Friends!!

    Hello everyone, The name is Sierra. I have been on here for nearly a year and I have realized I have no friends!! It didn't really bother me at first, but recently my friends (or ex-friends) have taken to ignoring me, I think becaused I embarassed them by talking about God in front of some boy who sitting with us while we were having lunch. Anyway, any want to be friends?? I would really like to get to know some christians around my age so we can talk about how awesome God is!! God Bless, Sierra:D
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