The just man walketh in his integrity: his children are blessed after him. Proverbs 21:7 People homeschool for many different reasons. Some may homeschool because of conviction, and others for necessity. As a christian wife and mother my goal is to glorify God in raising my children, and I feel called to homeschool. I want… Continue reading Prayer in the Schoolroom
The Virtuous Woman’s Marriage (Part 3)
The foundation I went over in Part 1 of this series the idea that the virtuous woman had her husband’s trust in her marriage. In Part 2 I explained the virtuous woman’s willingness to work and do good. These lay the foundation for everything that comes after. When a woman has the right foundations in… Continue reading The Virtuous Woman’s Marriage (Part 3)
Homeschooling a Child that Quits
The quitter has a reason for quitting. Once we find that reason we can help them better.
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A Virtuous Woman’s Marriage (Part 2)
Continuing on the topic of a virtuous woman’s marriage as outlined in Proverbs 31: She will do him good and not evil all the days of her life. Proverbs 31:12 The action: Beginning in verse 12 we see the introduction of the theme that a virtuous woman actively does good. She does good to her… Continue reading A Virtuous Woman’s Marriage (Part 2)
Homeschooling a Child that: Cries
Few things can cause a mom to feel more defeated than a child who cries under instruction. Take courage mom! We will be looking at why a child cries during school, and how to help this child. Hope is not lost, and you may be doing more right than you think. Let’s take a look… Continue reading Homeschooling a Child that: Cries
The Virtuous Woman’s Marriage (Part 1)
It is so good for a couple to be able to trust in each other, so essential for them to be on the same page. It is no wonder the first description in the passage is regarding trust!
Homeschooling a child that: Wiggles
Wigglers can be distracting, distracted, or destructive if not focused properly. Many a time my coffee has been emptied, the pencils spilled, the artwork scribbled when the table shook because of our wiggler!
When I first started homeschooling I was as anti-schedule as anti-schedule gets. I hated schedules, lists, routines, or anything that felt ‘restrictive’. I wanted to be a free spirit with my kids! Well, after trying it, I realized that doesn’t actually work. Not if you have goals. After I realized that some sort of schedule… Continue reading Homeschool Scheduling
Proverbs is a book of wisdom, and chapter 31 is not lacking in that respect. In fact, there is so much wisdom in that one chapter that one post will never do it justice. I hope to touch on this topic again later, and let this post suffice to be an introduction into what I’ve… Continue reading Proverbial woman