Teamwork in the Homeschool Family | 183

Todd Wilson joins Leslie Nunnery on the podcast. Many of you know of his Family Man and smiling homeschooler ministries, and he’s always a joy to talk to. Today, they will be discussing teamwork in our marriages, homeschools, and more. They will also see how God’s plan for our families is so wise– even if it’s not always easy– and Todd and Leslie will give some straightforward tips to help that team work thing work even better than it may have before. 

Meet the Guest:

Todd Wilson is a dad, grand dad, writer, conference speaker, and former pastor. Todd’s humor and down to earth realness have made him a favorite speaker at homeschool conventions, retreats, and churches across the country.
As founder of Familyman Ministries and the Smiling Homeschooler, his passion and mission are to remind dads and moms of what’s most important through weekly e-mails, podcasts (The Familyman Show & The Smiling Homeschooler), seminars, and books and products that encourage parents.
Todd, and his wife Debbie, homeschool two of their eight children (six have graduated from their homeschool with four married) in northern Indiana and travel America in the Familyman Mobile. You can read more at
Todd Wilson will be joining TTD in 2023 at Cedarville, OH and Round Rock, TX. Find your tickets HERE.

Podcast Sponsor:

Cedarville University

Today’s episode is brought to you by Cedarville University, home to more than 4,700 students in southwest Ohio. Students spend approximately 1,000 days in college, no matter where they go. Cedarville is committed to helping students make the most of every one of those days with a mission to transform lives through excellent academics and intentional discipleship in submission to biblical authority. Students graduate from Cedarville ready to make a Kingdom impact in their careers, their churches, and their communities. They leave bolder, wiser, and closer to Christ. Learn more at

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