Nature Study is about more than merely observing God’s creation and learning about the natural world. Nature study in the Christian homeschool is rooted in natural theology. Homeschool nature study has become hugely popular in the homeschooling world especially in the Charlotte Mason, Wild and Free, Classical education, and other homeschool communities that prioritize wonder, […]
Faith and Family Life
I loved my conversation with Wendy Alcime! She is a queen of helping homeschool mamas learn how to be more productive, plan and prep their homes well, all while focusing on Jesus as our top priority. And although we didn’t know it would be so at the time we recorded this episode, Wendy and I
Nothing is more important for the Christian homeschool mom than to meditate on God’s Word. But how do we prioritize time with the Lord and Scripture memory in the middle of an often overwhelming homeschool life? And how can we easily include Bible memorization in the homeschool day with our kids? Today’s Homeschool Conversations guest,
Are you looking for new jobs for homeschool moms that can make you money today? Then you’ve come to the right place! Check out these at home jobs that can earn you money as a tutor, proofreader, house cleaner, English teacher, and more!
Homeschool moms are no stranger to the discouraging experience of educating and raising our families in the midst of what sometimes seems to be a complete disaster. Mary Kathryn Cone, a mama of 5 little girls ages 7 and under, including toddler twins, is in the thick of homeschooling with lots of little kids around! She’s
As Christian homeschool parents, it is easy to feel overwhelmed by the constant onslaught of news and cultural issues our families and children face each day. How can we equip our children to engage with the culture in a way that rests in the Truth of Scripture and confidence in the character of God? How
Parenting teens is not easy. Homeschooling them? Well, it’s just like parenting them…only even harder! But while it’s easy to focus on the challenges that come with parenting and homeschooling our teens, it’s also important to remember the beauties and grace that are an intrinsic part of the process. We see God at work in
I’ve been recording a random, ordinary Day in the Life of our homeschool since 2018, can you believe it? Here is a little peek into a regular (boring?) Wednesday in our homeschool in 2023, with kids in grades 2nd, 5th, 7th, 10th, and 12th. And be sure to read to the end where I link
Want to include more Bible memory verses in your homeschool or family life? Here are 3 tips to help make Scripture memorization easier for any age range of kids! Check out these easy strategies for bringing more of God’s Word into your homeschool Morning Time or family devotions! And don’t miss the Back to Christ-Centered
In today’s episode we’re going to be talking about issues surrounding female health, particular pelvic floor dysfunction. If you usually listen to the podcast episode with little ones listening in, I just wanted to give a heads up that we will be discussing anatomy and having a frank conversation. So there’s your potential TMI warning.