Your guide to healthy and Christ-centered relationships within your family!
At Teach Them Diligently we believe that having strong family relationships is vital to any christian house hold. We hope that this material will help not only foster your relationships with your kids but also grow the relationships between siblings.
Disciplining Your Children
Discipling your children is one of the core values of Christian parenting.
Being able to lovingly steer your children in the right direction is vital to the growth of your children.
Rooting Your Family in Christ
Rooting your family in Christ is not just the responsibility of the church. As parents, are the primary teachers to help our children grow in faith.
It is our responsiblity to teach our children how to have a relationship with Christ. We not only need to set an example but also take the time to teach them how to have a great relationship with Christ.
Maintaining Healthy Marriages
Educating your kids at home can mean less time on homework and not having to commute back and forth to school.
Homeschool families have more free time to spend together at night and on the weekends, which helps to build and maintain a healthy marriage.
Family Relationship Resources
Grandparents and Homeschooling
Having a grandparent that homeschools is an added blessing.
Grandparents can bring a lot of life experience and wisdom to the table when they homeschool grandchildren. Sometimes due to financial constraints or other factors, it is necessary for both parents to work.
Having a grandparent step in to take the role of teacher can be an amazing gift for the children and family.
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TTD365 Audio Resources - Family Life (Members Only!)
Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch When children don’t focus or don’t know what to focus on they become frustrated and less motivated and so do you.
Speaker: Heidi St. John “Speak up for those who cannot speak for themselves; ensure justice for those being crushed.” Proverbs 31:8 NLT With perhaps the
Speaker: Marc Hays How do cultural norms change when its citizens forgot their culture’s history? When a nation’s people abandon their historical past, that nation
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: Darren A. Jones In many homeschooling families, Mom is the day-to-day teacher with input and support from Dad, but it doesn’t have to be
Speaker: Hector Olguin Want to bring your homeschooling alive by experiencing what you’re learning? But you’re worried the trip will be a waste of time
Speaker: Tricia Goyer Martin Luther. Sojourner Truth. Helen Keller. St. Patrick. We read their stories, and of other people like them, in history books and