Tag Archives: discouraged

How Potty Training Nearly Derailed My Plan to Homeschool

Do you have young children and want to homeschool? Are you confident it’s the right decision, but have some doubts about being able to get it done?  Me too, friend—all the time! It’s embarrassing to admit now, but potty training … Continue reading

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Why Sending Your Child to Public School Won’t Solve Your Problems

We’ve all been there: those days when you just aren’t sure you are doing enough. When you’re certain the school down the street will do a better job that you can. Times you are so frustrated you figure it just … Continue reading

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Dads - 5 Ways to Bring Life to Your Homeschool

Todd Wilson Summer is almost over and it's time to start another year of homeschooling!!!! Yay!!!!!! Yeah, it's not working for me either. Even if you're still basking in the glow of summer freedom, it won't be long before you … Continue reading

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Theme of the Week: Grace

The theme of grace showed up yesterday in post after post after post (and also here, here, here, here, and here). Must be an important message we need to hear. Tree ...because I couldn't think of a simple symbol of … Continue reading

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Five Ways to Recover from a Bad Homeschool Day

We don't like to talk about our bad days. It's not uplifting. We see all too clearly how desperately we need grace. Bad days poke at our insecurities. But bad days there are. Here are five ways to recover from … Continue reading

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From Luke's Inbox: Discouraged and Pulled Toward Public School

I need a little encouragement. I've homeschooled from the beginning, but I just found out my 13 year old told my mom he wants to go to a public school. None of my relatives have ever been supportive of homeschooling. … Continue reading

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Identity Crisis ...

This past year I've had the opportunity to sit with some heartbroken moms. As they poured their hearts out about bad choices their children were making, and the sorrows of watching their kids walk away from the Lord, I found … Continue reading

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