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How To Teach Them Diligently, Homeschooling Families Podcast Episode 2

Learn practical ways and helpful ideas for teaching your children diligently, both from a discipleship and academic perspective as David and Leslie Nunnery explore teamwork in homeschooling.

As the parents of four quickly growing up children, David and Leslie have seen God work in their lives and their children’s lives through the years as they have sought His face in their parenting, discipleship, and homeschooling

endeavors. Today, they’ll share several of the things they have learned with you in hopes that their ideas will prompt a whole bunch of your own!

Additional Resources:

  • Pick up a copy of the Teach Them Diligently BookTeach Them Diligently: Raising Children of Promise is a solution-focused, easy-to-read guide that is parent-centric and sets out to make the point that Christian discipleship—as commanded in the Great Commission—starts in the home.
  • Family Devotions and Discipleship Guide. 
    We are all called to teach our children diligently and help them learn to love the Lord their God with all their hearts, souls, and minds. Many of us just aren’t quite sure where or how to start, though, so we wanted to share this reading plan that our family used when our children were younger to help give some structure to your family devotions times.
  • Attend a Teach Them Diligently Event to find a refined vision of your own mission as a homeschooling family. You will also get equipped and encouraged to pursue that mission with more passion and confidence. It could make all the difference in the world in your resolve to stay the course.
  • Teach Them Diligently 365 is the world’s largest, perpetually-running online homeschool convention, and it brings all the amazing workshops and a touch of the fellowship and camaraderie of Teach Them Diligently events straight to your home all year long. The more well-equipped you are (and feel!) each and every day, the easier it will be to stay on mission and have more good days than frustrating and discouraging ones.
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