Archive for May, 2017

“He doesn’t answer all of our questions before He expects us to step out and take action.” May is National Foster Care Month here in America, and we will be discussing what exactly foster care can look like within a homeschool family with Joe and Meghan Tucker. Listen to the audio Download the audio Links […]

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How many times do we cower before giants we have never even faced when God has already promised us the victory if we will just believe and follow Him? This week, we’ll get a little personal and talk about the giants we face in our families and our homeschools. Links Pinterest Board – Bible Reading […]

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May will bring lots of excitement your way as the school year wraps up. We’ll start off by talking about giants and how we can overcome those. I’ve recruited David for some of our videos this month too. We’ll be talking about how to be on the same page as your spouse and ideas for […]

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12th Grade

Congratulations! You’ve done it! You and your student have reached the culmination of all those long days, study hours, tutor lesson, standardized tests, arguments over math, and co-op meetings. As your student celebrates this achievement, give yourself a pat on the back! You have been there through this entire process, walking beside your student, equipping him or her for the next season.

For some students, the next step is college – a few months away! For others, a gap year is the best choice. And for some students, they’re starting a business, working for family, or pursuing a trade degree. Homeschooling is beautiful in how it equips students to embrace their individuality, discovering the gifts God has given them and putting them to use for His glory.

As you walk into this next season, we congratulate your family and pray for peace and joy to follow you in these next few months. If you have questions, you are still welcome to email Phylicia at