Teach Your Children Who They Are, Before The World Teaches Them Who They Should Be.

  Teach Your Children Who They Are, Before The World Teaches Them Who They Should Be. I’m not sure how or when the tradition started,but one of my favorite times of the week is when I bathe my young children. Six, four, and three-years-old, their legs reach nearly to the end of the tub as I lay each one down. My left hand in under a back. And my right hand rinses soap out of hair. Wide eyes look up {Read More}

What I Learned About Homeschooling from the Kiberia Slums

What I Learned About Homeschooling from the Kiberia Slums Before I left for my summer trip to Nairobi with AWANA, I knew my heart was going to break seeing the children living in poverty in the slums of Nairobi’s Kibera … but I never expected to learn so much about homeschooling from the teachers and students I met. I never expected to learn so much about homeschooling from the Kiberia slums. @TriciaGoyer Click To Tweet First, the slums are a {Read More}

Sometimes A Homeschooling Mom’s Role Is Finding Help Beyond Her Home

As a wife, a mom, a sinner-saved-by-grace, and a servant of God, I have peace knowing God has a plan for my life. That He’s always had a plan. And that He’s here to guide me to His path for me. This is one of my favorite verses: All the stages of my life were spread out before you, the days of my life all prepared before I’d even lived one day. Psalm 139:16 I look to this verse because {Read More}

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