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Dear Friends, Time alone with God. . . Does that spark in your mind an image of some sort of spiritual retreat center, where you could have a weekend (or a day!) all alone? Maybe in the mountains, a place where you could take walks and think thoughts without having
In the last three issues, we have been considering these homeschooling freedoms: We are free to slow down the pace; We are free to wrap the learning experience up in a blanket of love, assurance, and acceptance; We are free to give all of our kids a customized education that meets
As homeschoolers, we have a freedom to give all of our kids a customized education—one that meets their specific needs. But what does that mean? How does that work? And is it really possible (given your busy life)? That’s what we want to talk about today. These are three areas in which you
Last week, we considered the freedom we have as homeschool parents to slow down the pace. Today, let’s talk about how we are free to wrap the learning experience up in a blanket of love, assurance, and acceptance. The model in our memory of how teachers act and respond will
One of the richest blessings of teaching our kids at home is the freedom it provides: We are free to slow down the pace; We are free to wrap the learning experience up in a blanket of love, assurance, and acceptance; We are free to give all of our kids

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  • Hi again Diana,

    Great article!

    Bonnie struggled in ways similar to your article above when she was homeschooling. After our children graduated, she wrote 2 devotionals entitled, “Encouragement for Home School Moms: 31 Devotional Bible Studies (Book 1), (Book 2).

    Bonnie writes in the forward, “Encouragement for Home School Moms was written to help you avoid putting off your special time with God. My prayer is that these studies in God’s Word will build you up and cause you to be the example of Christ to your children that only knowing God intimately can produce. May God bless you as you make Him your priority and allow everything else to revolve around Him”

    Sincerely
    Howard & Bonnie Lisech.

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