Author: Lisa Keva

Scriptures for the homeschool mom

I take great care in planning our homeschool. However, my careful preparation to schedule our school work so that not one part of the year would flip-flop us face down failed. We were having those knock-down, drag out, mind-bending, head-twirling, stop-the-world I need my Jesus” kind of stress filled days.

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My child just turned 18. Now what?

Your child just turned 18. Congratulations to you and your offspring on making it through to adulthood! So, now that they are 18, you’re done. Right? Well, no. Like many parents upon the eve of the birth of their child, looks far out into the future and envisions the day of impending adulthood.

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Is Your Homeschool Flexible Enough?

Recently our homeschool group said goodbye to a family who will soon be moving out of state. I like this family. Scratch that. My whole family likes this family. The parents have worked hard to instill Christ-like character into their children. But, when problems do occur they are quick to offer guidance and restoration These families are not easy to find!

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Taking time to recharge

In the hustle and bustle of homeschooling, it’s easy for moms to forget about their relationship with God. It’s necessary that we take time everyday to get into his presence and be filled with His Holy Spirit in order to minister to our families. And also to take time away from the pressures of life to be fully immersed and recharged in His presence.

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A Modern Take on Ecclesiastes 3:1-8

Coming out of a busy holiday season and trying to catch your breath? For my fellow harried homeschool moms, here’s a modern take on Ecclesiastes 3:1-8. There is a time for everything, and a season for every aspect of life under heaven:

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