You want to disciple your kids—to raise them to know and love Christ.
You long to connect deeply with God and your family.
Your ideals and reality don’t always match up.
You look around and think “There just isn’t enough time to do all the things.” You find yourself feeling frustrated. Frustrated with yourself, your kids, your life. You know you need to be more consistent—in your walk with Christ, in your parenting, in your homeschool—but you have no idea how. And you start to shut down.
I believe even the most overwhelmed, stressed-out homeschooling mom can cultivate the calm, deeply connected life she craves.
I found your blog and read the encouraging blog posts. I was praying fervently, asking God for help and tears ran down my face as I read through your blog. Yes! This is what I have been searching for within the Christian homeschooling online community. A hungry, humble heart. —Cari
…finding the time to do the things that matter most
…developing consistency in matters of your heart and home.
…building strong family connections.
…knowing how to educate—to disciple—your children based on their unique personalities, interests, gifts, and talents.
When you become a member of the Heart-to-Heart Homeschooling community you’ll learn how to develop consistency and create a calm, grace-filled atmosphere where you can grow your faith, connect with your children, and educate them—heart, mind, and soul.
Yes, imagine finding a better way to
Grow. Connect. Educate.
I’ve been there, too…
After I had kids, I found that too often if I felt an impatience, a simmering of anger beneath the surface like a latent volcano before it erupts. This anger was affecting my relationship with my sons. I often felt irritated over typical childish behavior; I found myself being snippy over little things like making mistakes when I thought they should know something. I wasn’t enjoying them in a way I knew was possible.
And that wasn’t what I wanted for them or for me. Not for our homeschool. Not for our relationship.
So I had to call my anger what it was: sin. And through a process of admitting I was wrong, asking for forgiveness, prayer, and meditating on Scripture—God slowly changed me. He redeemed my mess. My sons are in college now and we have a sweet connection despite the fact that I’m an imperfect, messy momma who needs God’s grace in order to extend it to her children.
When we are transformed by truth and live from a grace-filled perspective, it changes us and how we approach everything, including how we homeschool our children—heart, mind, and soul.
And sweet mama, it all begins with our hearts.
A few resources to help you grow, connect, and educate…
[10 Things Your Teen Sons Wants to Say to You] was so good. Thank you for sharing. It opened up a conversation with my 15 year old son that was very much needed.—Cindy
I cannot say “Amen!” enough to [You are NOT Enough (And why that is a good thing!)]! I love seeing this truth proclaimed, because true freedom is found in relying on Him and not ourselves. As you said, our glorious God must be our refuge and strength as moms, because the world’s encouragement is so fleeting and superficial. He alone can sustain us during the high calling of motherhood. Thank you! —Dani
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Do you have a question? Is there something I could pray about for you? Did you experience some kind of “win” and you can’t wait to tell someone about it?
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