Top 5 Mistakes Homeschoolers Make | 110

With the end of the school year upon us and many of us doing an assessment of the year and planning for next, we wanted to take some time this week to talk about some of the big mistakes homeschoolers make that rob them of the peace they are longing for  and even hurt their relationships sometimes. It’s super easy to fall into these, whether it’s your first year or your 11th year, so today’s episode is important for those just thinking about homeschooling and homeschool veterans alike. We are glad you’ve chosen to join us today, and we hope you’ll share this with your homeschool community and any friends or family members who are on the fence. We hope it will be an encouragement to all.

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Additional Resources:

David and Leslie referred to many wonderful resources on this podcast episode. Find links below:
The Mystery of Discipleship Podcast

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