For Homeschool Dads

Your guide to being a loving and caring husband and homeschool father!

Homeschool Dads & Marriage

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When parents choose to homeschool their children, one parent typically stays home to teach while the other parent works. Being a homeschool parent can be all-consuming if you allow it to be.

It is important for a healthy marriage and family to create time for school, time for family, and time for your marriage.

As long as your have a healthy balance, homeschooling can reduce stress and lead to a more harmonious home life.

Homeschool Dads & Discipleship

What could be a better way to teach your child how to follow God than to lead by example?

As a homeschool dad, you not only have the fortune of ensuring your child has the best education, you are also able to be the spiritual leader day in and day out.

There are many top rated Biblically-based homeschool curriculums that allow homeschool dads to teach and model discipleship along with reading, writing, science, and math.

Homeschool Dad Appreciation

A firm foundation starts in the home and in the word of God. Homeschooling can be a collaboration between moms and dads.

Sometimes the mom works and the dad is in charge of the homeschool educational plan.

Show your homeschool dad that you appreciate him with a handwritten note card, mowing the yard without being asked, or by getting up a little early to fix him a cup of coffee.

Supporting Homeschool Moms

Dads play an active role in supporting homeschool moms.

Whether dad is working all day to provide the family income or dad is coming in one afternoon a week to teach a lesson to his homeschool kids, having both parents on board is vital to having a successful home school environment.

Resources for Homeschool Dads

Balancing Work and Homeschooling

From the outside looking in, balancing work and homeschooling may sound like a challenge.

The truth is, if you find a really good homeschool curriculum with preplanned lessons and video courses, you can actually condense the amount of time that is spent on homeschooling while still getting a quality education.

By saving time with a preplanned program, it will enough time for work, play, and living life to the fullest.

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Every Dad a Homeschooling Dad!

Speaker: Todd Wilson You may not crack open a book, work through a curriculum, or call it school, but it’s your job to train your children. Join me as we look at the trials, triumphs, and tribulations of training our children. Now don’t worry, I won’t make you feel guilty or give you a forty-six […]

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The Watchman of Your House

Speaker: Steve Blackston Watchmen are discussed throughout the Bible and used in great ways. They had to remain awake and alert for approaching enemies and warn of impending attack and give those who dwelt outside the walls an opportunity to seek protection and time to secure the gates and man the defenses. The dad is […]

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The Spirit of Elijah Turns The Heart of Men to God and Family

Speaker: Norm Wakefield In Malachi 4, God says that the Spirit of Elijah will come and when he comes, he will turn the heart of men to their children and the hearts of children to their fathers. Who and what is the Spirit of Elijah? The Spirit of Elijah is the power of God at […]

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The Spirit of Elijah Turns The Heart of Men to God and Family

Speaker: Norm Wakefield In Malachi 4, God says that the Spirit of Elijah will come and when he comes, he will turn the heart of men to their children and the hearts of children to their fathers. Who and what is the Spirit of Elijah? The Spirit of Elijah is the power of God at […]

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“I’d Love To Help, but how?” Dads and Homeschooling

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 that way—and it often isn’t. What happens when Dad is more involved or even the primary educator (and not just for the seriously cool science experiments)? Navigating play dates, setting […]

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“I’d Love To Help, but how?” Dads and Homeschooling

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 that way—and it often isn’t. What happens when Dad is more involved or even the primary educator (and not just for the seriously cool science experiments)? Navigating play dates, setting […]

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Help! I’m Married to a Homeschooling Mom

Speaker: Todd Wilson It’s a fact! The only thing tougher than being a homeschooling mom is…being married to a homeschooling mom! Dad, your wife needs your help. Come join me as we discuss how to support and assist our wives in the homeschooling journey. We’ll also do a lot of laughing, as I encourage men […]

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For Men Only – Honest Father-to-Father Talk

Speaker: Steve Lambert Steve Lambert is a student of military history. His stories are funny, gripping and unforgettable. Steve will talk heart to heart and man to man about the issues we face as men and as fathers in the 21st century. We are called to raise sons and daughters to serve The King, yet […]

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Homeschooling Dad – Bystander or Participant

Speaker: Steve Blackston Many men are prepared for their wife to teach the kids in homeschooling, but how many men participate? It is time for the men to become an active participant in homeschooling. More than the janitor, more than a buddy, and more than a financial supporter. Let’s look at way that the husband […]

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Me a Shepherd – Seriously

Speaker: Robert Wolgemuth The roles of a husband and father have become so muddied, it’s difficult to know what a great one looks like. Most of us would agree: a good husband is a partner, a lover, a best friend. A good dad provides and guides. At the end of the day, we’re called to […]

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Dads Who Homeschool

Speaker: Darren Jones Historically, the bulk of homeschooling has been done by mothers. But more fathers are taking over, often due to financial pressure or major life crises. Come hear tips about how dads can assist, co-teach, or embrace the full load of teaching our children. Listen Now

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Aaron and His Sons: Understanding the Dangers of Passive Fathering

In Leviticus 10 we read the serious disobedience of Aaron’s four sons. Could their sin have been connected to Aaron’s passivity as a father? In this session for men will examine our enemy of spiritual passivity and talk about strategies to defeat it.

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Every Dad a Homeschooling Dad!

You may not crack open a book, work through a curriculum, or call it school, but it’s your job to train your children. Join me as we look at the trials, triumphs, and tribulations of training our children. Now don’t worry, I won’t make you feel guilty or give you a forty-six point outline, but I promise to tell it straight and to encourage you in the best job there is – fathering.

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Going With God’s Flow: The Key to Effective Family Leadership

Few men want to create disorder and destruction in their families, However, when a man gets out of the flow of God’s Word, that’s exactly what happens. You’ll learn how God’s running the universe and how to get in the flow of God’s power and authority.

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The Most Important Quality in a Dad

The Holy Spirit informs us that without love, knowledge is nothing and sacrificial service is a waste of time. It’s love that surpasses knowledge and makes our lives fruitful and fulfilling resulting in a fulness of joy for both yourself and your family. In this session, you’ll be encouraged to live to love, learn what hinders the flow of God’s love, and how to love with the love of Christ which leads to His fullness of joy and glory to God.

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The Most Powerful Words a Dad Can Say

Knowing these words and believing them equips men to be courageous, effective, and God-like. Every man who has believed these words have become powerful channels in God’s hands.

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God’s Blueprint for the Family: Father-Led Home-Based Discipleship

God has given direction to dads from the beginning of His relationship with the nation of Israel. The key is knowing God and loving Him with all your heart. How does a man do this? How can men be expressions of God’s heart to their families? Come, be encouraged and inspired to see the impact you can have on your family as you follow God’s blueprint.

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Fathers Impart Identity

Norm shares four identity principles that explain how our lives are shaped and defined. A dad that understands these principles is equipped to anchor their children to withstand the onslaught of the world. These four identity principles will explain your own life and what defines you and give you insight into how to lead your children to discover their own identity in Christ.

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Homeschooling Dad Bystander or Participant

Bystander or Participant- Which one are you? Which one do you want to be? Dad’s have an irreplaceable role in the family. Don’t just be a bystander but find out how to participate in your children’s education. Listen Now

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Faithful and Flawed Fathers: Abraham and You, Dad

There are no perfect Biblical fathers. All had flaws, but some were still regarded as faithful. Abraham is called the father of all who
believe, even though he’s far from a model of perfection. Just like Abraham, you can be a faithful father to your children, despite the flaws. A man needs to know his calling from God, be willing to sacrifice for it, and have patient faith through trials.

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The Calling Out of Sons

You’ll learn what happens if fathers don’t call out sons and gain insights from the life of Jesus in how to prepare your sons for manhood. Men who haven’t been called out, will still be boys even though they may be 40 years old. There is tremendous hope when we realize how God calls out His sons to be with Him.

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Second Mile Leadership for Men

Second mile leaders are those counter-intuitive servants of God who earn the right to be heard by developing a consistent love of virtue, a disciplined approach to gratification, and a submissive love for the authority of God’s Word. Male leadership is essential to the success of marriages, families, the church, and society. This session will teach men to earn the right to be heard, prefer proactivity, reject reactivity, build moral muscle, and seek forgiveness.

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How to Lead Your Homeschool Family with Vision

From the resource, Equipping Men, Norm Wakefield speaks to men about their identity of leading their families to Jesus. Fathers and Husbands have an irreplaceable role to lead their families and be the head of the family in which to lead. Listen Now

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Call to Arms: The Guts and Glory of Courageous Fatherhood

There is a spiritual war being waged for our families. Our enemy is strong and we are in his territory. Dad, if you don’t fight for your family, no one else will. When a soldier is in enemy territory he is alert, focused, and purposeful about every move he makes with weapons ready. Only you stand between the enemy and your family, for God has given you the authority and the responsibility to stop him from destroying your marriage and your children. This takes courage, but your calling is noble – it is God’s call to arms. Chuck offers straight answers and practical help for dads who are looking to protect, train, equip, and launch soldiers for Jesus Christ.

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Leading your Homeschooling Family from a Cubicle

Father of five kids with special needs teaches how to lead from afar. Inspiring husbands to led their home dispite needing to be at work 40+ hours a week. Become that dad you want to be: vital, engaged, and helpful to your beloved wife and children. Lead your family with authority and surety of the Lord.

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