For Homeschool Dads
Your guide to being a loving and caring husband and homeschool father!
Homeschool Dads & Marriage
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
Leslie is joined by Darren Jones of HSLDA to discuss many ways for dad to be involved in the homeschooling efforts of your family. Whether
It’s easy to think that our lives are so wrapped up in homeschooling, parenting, and discipling our own children that we can’t be of much
Featuring answers to questions received by homeschool dads at Teach Them Diligently events, let’s look at helping the homeschool wife.
https://vimeo.com/292192823 I’m pretty sure that when we reach the end of our homeschool journey, David and I will look back to see that God taught
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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In Leviticus 10 we read the serious disobedience of Aarons four sons. Could their sin have been connected to Aarons passivity as a father? In this session for men will examine our enemy of spiritual passivity and talk about strategies to defeat it.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Whether you have 2 children or 1, you will leave this session feeling encouraged that you can homeschool your large family. Topics include: organizational tips scheduling/flexibility getting away from the school-at-home mentality multi-level learning keeping little ones happy and engaged having reasonable expectations
Is practice time a constant struggle? Does learning music feel like simply ???going through the motions??? each day? In this fast-paced workshop, award-winning music teachers Nathan Arnold and Allison Anderson will explore ways to encourage progress and help make music fun!
Discover how you can transform your family by letting His Word be your main textbook.
If we want our children to love learning, then we must assess their work in such a way that accords with their nature as well as the nature of the work the child is completing. If either is ignored, then our assessment will neither encourage them nor help them to improve.
In most homeschooling families, Mom carries the biggest burden. How can Dad pull a share of the load when he is gone all day earning a living? There are so many other good works dads are asked to dohow can we influence our families as God calls us to do? Come listen to HSLDA Attorney and homeschooling father, Michael Donnelly, as he discusses Kingdom priorities in homeschooling and practical ideas to balance the increasing demands on your time and resources.
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.