Bible Study Times in our Homeschool | 218

Today we honored to have Lindsey Carroll of Driven by Grace. Many of us are about to launch back into homeschooling or even begin a new journey in homeschooling! It is so important to get our focus right from the beginning and work to build a strong foundation for our family in using homeschooling as a tool for that right from the start! We are excited to share ways to include Bible time in our homeschool days and our family life.

Meet The Guest:

Lindsey is the owner of Driven By Grace and has been creating rich Bible studies for homeschool families since 2020. She has a passion for teaching God’s Word and making it accessible and understandable for all ages. She has been homeschooling her children for 3 years now. Her children’s ages are 7, 5, and 2.

Topics Covered In This Episode:

  • How to structure Bible time in our homeschool
  • How to choose the best Bible resources for our family
  • What Bible study looks like practically with young children
  • How parents can feel equipped to teach their children Scripture

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Homeschooling isn’t just about educating your children; it’s also an opportunity to strengthen the bond between you and your spouse. Join us as we explore the profound impact homeschooling can have on your marriage and learn strategies to foster unity, effective communication, and shared goals. Discover how to create a harmonious partnership that supports your children’s growth and nurtures your own relationship.

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