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At the end of my 6th grade year, my mother faced a dilemma. After trying a few popular writing programs, I still could produce little more than a disorganized summary of a short story. Then, my mother discovered a new course, Dr. Stobaugh's Skills for Literary Analysis. At first, we were overwhelmed by the thought-provoking assignments. However, by the end of the school-year, I could comfortably compose a literary analysis of a Shakespeare play or a Dickens novel. I can confidently say that this is thanks to three factors of equal importance: my mother's persistent guidance, the course's continually challenging assignments, and Dr. Stobaugh's weekly critiques of my papers through the distance learning program. I am forever grateful to Dr. Stobaugh for his vital role in teaching me how to put pen to paper (or fingers to keyboard) and deliver a cohesive written assignment.

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God’s Word For the Nations: How many Bibles do you have? So often we take God’s Word for granted because of our own easy access. But if we look across the world, there are 6,909 different languages, yet only 438 have a complete Bible. While asking God to make Himself known in the nations, Karen Stobaugh was impressed with how important “every tribe and tongue” is to the heart of God. She works in administration and serves on the board for God's Word for the Nations spreading awareness, raising funds, and encouraging prayer support for translation projects worldwide. Many populations are still waiting to know God speaks “my language”. Find out more information or support God's Word for the Nations at http://www.gwftn.org.

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- Dr. Stobaugh’s material, online courses, and instruction are NCAA compliant. -
- Likewise, his AP courses--syllabi, material, and assessment--are CollegeBoard audited (approved). -