Four Daily Actions to Boost Your Child’s Homeschool Success
We all want to be successful with our homeschooling efforts! Here’s what you can do to boost your children’s success
Where are you going? Look back at your mission statement.
Why are you doing this? My husband and I feel called by God to homeschool our children at this time.
What’s the best way to get there? We need to use the best curriculum we can, be as disciplined as we can realistically be to get through the material in a timely way so that our children are well-prepared for life after high school and whatever God has for them (college, vocational training, military).
Do these 4 actions EVERY DAY to boost your child’s homeschool success.
- Pray together.
- Read Scripture together.
- Sing together.
- Be thankful together.
I want a Christian Homeschool Mindset!
The Christian Homeschool mindset is different from just homeschooling. I am Elizabeth Estelle, Homeschool Christian Mom. I not only want to homeschool well, I want to homeschool and live such a way that brings glory to God. I bet you do, too!
How can we do that? Each and every day we need to begin by asking God for His help. He has given us the resources we need to be spiritually successful: His Holy Spirit and His Word. He will help us have a Christian homeschool mindset.
Remember James 1:5, ESV: “If any of you lacks wisdom, let him ask God, who gives generously to all without reproach, and it will be given him.” Asking God for wisdom is evidence that we trust Him. (Bibleref.com)
How do we get wisdom? We ask. Every day. Continue reading “Christian Homeschool Mindset Help from 2 Veteran Homeschoolers”
Do you want to read your Bible and finish feeling all warm and fuzzy inside? Do you want to to be challenged in your Chrisitianity? Do you want to be encouraged? Honestly all these things can happen with a Bible reading plan!
“For the Word of God is quick, and powerful, and sharper than any two edged sword, piercing even to the dividing asunder of soul and spirit, and of the joints and marrow, and is a discerner of the thoughts and intents of the heart.” Hebrews 4:12 Continue reading “Bible Reading Plan: How to Keep Bible Reading Meaningful”