Once again, I refreshed several blog posts from the archives this month. If you have some reading time I’m sure you’ll find something to encourage you. Click on the image to take you to the article.
When we give our children an instruction obedience comes when they make a choice – we need to give them time to make that choice.
The highschool years are for more than just preparing for employment – they are the years where we fine tune the character and skills for adult life.
When we parent teens we have to make a shift from expecting obedience to letting them make their own choices
Discipleship homeschool focuses on the whole child and therefore creates its own scope and sequence.
Parents want to know that their children are growing spiritually – but at the same time we have to be careful not to make it a checklist of things they should be doing.
When we homeschool with a whole child / whole life perspective we need to find a way that records all the learning that we do.
Not all our parenting deals with the big stuff. Sometimes its the annoying little things we need to work on.
Studying the Bible is more than a school subject; it is a book that will shape our children’s hearts which is why I still personally teach it to my highschool students.