It’s always important before we launch into any new goal to lay a foundation for success. As we are talking about becoming families on mission this year, let’s start by looking at some underlying, personal work we all need to be doing to set the stage for having the best year ever. I think you […]
This week, we’re taking a look at postpartum depression, symptoms to look out for, how
This week, we are going to discuss how important it is to teach obedience while your children are little, as well as what I have observed as my teens have grown up that is really encouraging! We’ll also get a bit personal as we discuss how obedience in adults is also a critically important trait. […]
Are you strategic in the way you pray for your children? For your husband? For yourself? Let’s look together at how God will fundamentally change the way you approach parenting, marriage, and every other area of your life through the way you pray. Additional Resources: Start one of the FREE prayer series to receive […]
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 […]
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 […]
This week, Leslie kicks off a month of focusing on Parenting as she is joined by Ann Dunagan to chat about Raising Mission-Minded Children. Be sure to check out the resources listed below for some fabulous FREE helps as you endeavor to instill in your children a love for God and others.
https://media.blubrry.com/homeschooling_families/teachthemdiligently.net/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/audio_only-1.m4aPodcast: Play in new window | Download (4.5MB) | EmbedThis week we’ll discuss another element of living boldly, praying boldly. We’ll talk about how the strategies we can take truly affect how we parent our children. God really put the pieces of this together for me as I was writing my book, and I’m excited […]
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.
October is the birth month of my two oldest children. This October, my boys are turning 18 and 16, and I wanted to share a very special gift I make for all my children to celebrate their 16th birthday. The response I have gotten from this has been overwhelming.
This week, we are going to discuss how important it is to teach obedience while your children are little, as well as what I have observed as my teens have grown up that is really encouraging! We’ll also get a bit personal as we discuss how obedience in adults is also a critically important trait.
David and Leslie discuss practical ways to teach them diligently, both from a discipleship and academic perspective as they explore teamwork in home education.
May will bring lots of excitement your way as the school year wraps up. We’ll start off by talking about giants and how we can overcome those. I’ve recruited David for some of our videos this month too. We’ll be talking about how to be on the same page as your spouse and ideas for how to Teach Them Diligently. Lastly, we’ll finish off the month talking about foster care. You won’t want to miss a week!
Home education is as much about the heart as it is the mind. This is a great time to purposely present your children with service opportunities to help them to start thinking outside of themselves, and we will discuss some different ideas to get your creative juices flowing!
This time of year lends itself in big ways to engaging others in your homeschool. Whether these individuals have been very supportive, lukewarm, or downright hostile to the path God has called you to walk, finding meaningful and creative ways to engage them in what you are doing is a great way to make them more excited about your homeschool efforts.