Your guide to helping raise your children in Christ as a homeschool parent.
Discipling Your Kids
How do we disciple our kids and lead them to walk the path of faith?
Teaching our kids to follow Jesus starts at an early age. We teach them right from wrong, we teach them limits and boundaries, we praise them when they do something good.
This children’s gospel song comes to mind: “This little light of mine. I’m going to let it shine.” This simple song has a huge message.
It is a song about shining the light of Jesus Christ so that others may see it and want to be a part of it, too.
Teaching Your Kids about the Bible
Daily devotionals, Sunday school, daily prayers, and reading Scripture are just some of the ways that we can teach our kids about the Bible.
Other ways to bring the Bible to life are through multimedia—music, videos, cartoons.
There are also homeschool curriculums centered around Christianity that are accessible via download, streaming, or with a monthly subscription.
Teaching Your Kids to Stand Up for Jesus
“Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it.” – Proverbs 22:6
We want our kids to be confident in their sense of self, in their knowledge of God’s word, and in their value and self-worth.
We best teach our children by modeling so if we want our kids to stand up for Jesus, we need to show them how.
As our children get older, the influence of peer groups is much greater. We need to teach our children to make good choices when it comes to friends as well.
Family discipleship, or teaching your family to love God, can be done through serving others, fellowship at church and in the community and also through homeschool education.
Whether you are a parent, grandparent, sibling, or foster parent, home school provides a unique opportunity to teach children about how to follow Jesus and to love one another.
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Homeschooling & Discipleship
Christian homeschooling creates a prime environment for learning about discipleship.
There are several top rated complete homeschool curriculums starting that go from kindergarten through 12th grade.
Find one that fits with your family’s learning style and budget.
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Speaker: Frederic Gray While we get caught up in the day-to-day decisions of homeschooling, it may be easy to lose the big picture. Employing the
Speaker: Chuck Black There is a spiritual war being waged for our families. Our enemy is strong and we are in his territory. Dad, if
Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch All children have eight intelligences that can be awakened, strengthened, and used when learning anything. Each intelligence will be explained so
Speaker: Todd Friel Why do so many teenagers abandon the faith? Because they believe that Christianity is an add on to the rest of their
Speaker: Israel Wayne Everyone struggles with anger on some level, but when anger is a frequent occurrence with your children, over time, it will damage
Speaker: Kerry Beck How’s it going around your house? Are your kids an example of good behavior? Or, do they need an attitude adjustment? In
Speaker: Todd Friel If you do not thoroughly prepare your teenager to fly the coop, you will likely watch them walk out the door and
Speaker: Dennis Gundersen What are you aiming for? This motivating message is based on the Apostle Paul’s summary of why he taught – 1 Timothy
Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch Children have five legitimate needs that drive their wants, choices, actions, and attitudes. (You have the same five needs.) When God
Speaker: Bill Potter Our children are the future of our country and the Church. They must be trained to stand in the day of battle,
Speaker: Israel Wayne There is a careful tension that must be maintained between being your child’s authority figure and being their life coach. There is
Speaker: Roger Wheelock The church in America is being pummeled today because Christians have not been taught to battle the ideas that come against the
Speaker: Dennis Gundersen “The fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom”, Proverbs tells us. And our children start at the beginning, so it’s
Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch Do your children repeat unhealthy choices? Are they not changing their behaviors? Their mindset matters. How can we help them believe
Speaker: Kerry Beck Are your kids “less than” motivated to love learning? Do you want to inspire your kids to love learning for a lifetime?