Marriage


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Rethink Your Marriage! (A look at something very important that we often overlook…)

So many people overlook one of the most important elements of a healthy marriage. This week, David and Leslie discuss that and give tips for growing your marriage by really focusing on that. (Curious what it is yet?? Tune in to find out!) :)

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Rethink Your Coordination– An Interview with Steve Blackston

Thank the Lord, most of us don’t go at this “homeschool thing” alone. We have others that are locking arms with us to support and encourage us in our journey. This week, we will be talking with Steve Blackston specifically about our coordination with our spouse. How can we as a couple most effectively work […]

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Rethink Your Commitment– An Interview with Heidi St. John

It’s time for all of us to rethink our commitment– and to “get off the bench,” as our guest this week, Heidi St. John, is so quick to remind us. God has given each of us great opportunities to serve, to grow, to love, and more– how committed are you to following His plan for […]

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Rethink Everything in 2019

Our theme for Teach Them Diligently 2019 is “Rethink Education,” and you will see that focus reflected in much of what we do this season. In 365, though, we will be spending each week rethinking EVERYTHING—making sure that what we’re doing is the best for our family, making sure that we’re thinking and acting biblically […]

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Hospitable Homeschooling – Interview With Jen Schmidt

Opening our home is an amazing way to enrich our families and our homeschools and to serve others-- even when the idea of doing so may seem completely overwhelming with everything that's going on. This week, get inspired to be a hospitable homeschooler, and get some great ideas for how to do that and just how much of a blessing it will turn out to be.

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Why Should Dad Be Involved In Homeschooling?

I told you last week that when David and I did my time inventory, he got a much clearer view of what I do each day—and a much greater appreciation for homeschooling. He was already a spectacular homeschool dad, but he has learned quite a bit himself through the years, and I talked him into sharing his heart with your today. Feel free to grab your husband and join us for this week’s discussion.

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The Surprising Benefits of Building A Time Inventory

One of the questions that so many people ask me is "how can I possibly get everything done in a day?" When you take a birds-eye view of educating your children while still keeping them fed, clean, and nurtured-- and STILL managing your home and being a wife, it can get overwhelming. This week, let's look at time and try to find ways to use it better, so we can always have it available for what is truly important in our day.

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2017’s Opportunities

What opportunities has God given you and your family this year? How have you approached them? What have you learned through them? This week, we'll discuss the amazing opportunities we are given and look at the opportunities that abound in the accounts of the event surrounding the birth of Christ.

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The Importance of Dating and Retreats

Since we had way too much to say for 1 week, I coerced David to sit down with me a little while longer to talk about the importance of dates and retreats as well as some practical ideas for making them a reality.

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For Better or Worse

Marriage is like sandpaper; it can polish off the rough edges of our personalities, or it can just rub us raw. Husbands and wives are invited to this session with Todd Friel to learn how to be better sandpaper and a better block of wood.
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Anchored in Christ in Homeschooling Storms

When difficulties arise, most people react, which reveals a worship of self. Knowing how to anchor into Jesus Christ and apply the gospel to any situation or relationship can be life-transformational and increase the power of your witness to your children. You'll learn how to worship Christ in the storms which transforms the storm into a blessing.
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Relationships – A Pillar of Home Education

Christians were made to live in fellowship, yet far too often homeschool families find themselves isolated. This week, we’ll take a look at relationships within and outside of our homes and how important those are to the success of our homeschools.

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Holiday Homeschooling-Marriage Edition

It is always important to focus on your marriage, but in the busy Christmas season, it is especially easy to lose that focus as you are busily serving others. This week, we will talk about that and share some easy, economical, and fun gift ideas to show your spouse that they you still think they are the bees knees.

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