Each new day brings so many little teachable moments where we have opportunity to declare the mighty acts of God to our children and young people. On today’s episode of “The Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast I share some practical ways that we can engage in family discipleship throughout the ebb and flow of daily family life. I pray you will be encouraged.
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Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast 121: Feeding Your Family Physically & Spiritually
Hello Friends! Our families have a need to be fed three times a day, and we also have a need for a continual feeding on God’s Word. On today’s episode of the “Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast” I am sharing some ideas for getting food on the table while also sharing thoughts about feeding our families spiritual truths through the living Word of God.
We will be talking about some practical ways we can feed our families physically while also building relationships and imparting wisdom around our family tables.
I would love to hear ideas from you as well. Do you have any favorite recipes or ideas for cultivating spiritual discussions around the table? You can reach out to me in the following ways; I look forward to hearing from you!
Teaching children to work and contribute to a smooth running household is just another important element of a good education. When you think about it, learning to be diligent workers is one of the most important life lessons we can impart to our children.
Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast 117: Interview With Katy LaPierre
My experience with seven children has taught me that children are not usually naturally excited about chores and responsibilities. Like so many other areas of life, it is our job as parents to train them to value work and to know how to work efficiently.
To help us with some practical ideas on how we can raise our children to be diligent, I invited my friend Katie LaPierre to share on this week’s episode of the podcast. Katie is the wife of Scott who is an author and pastor in the Pacific Northwest. Katie is the author of the “Eternally Minded Mamas One-Month Devotional and Journal, and she and Scott are the parents to eight children.
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Sometimes we all feel week and feeble and lack certainty about the future. Some days and seasons are harder than others, but when trying times come we can remember that God is our strength. On today’s episode of the “Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast” we take a look at a devotional writing written by Susana Spurgeon that reminds us that we can go weak and needy before the throne of grace and find all that we need in Christ.
Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast 116: His Strength, Not Mine
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Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast 114: Remaining Steadfast Through Trials
The culture surrounding us tells us to be strong, determined, tough women. Even much of Christian culture shouts this message. Sadly these messages are often referring to being strong in our own strength rather than putting on the full armor of God and allowing His strength to flow through us. Remember Paul said, “Not I but Christ.”
I do not like the world’s philosophy of women being strong, competitive, and tough. Instead I like the word steadfast. I want to be a steadfast woman. I want the strength of the Lord to flow through me so that I have strength of character and steadfastness for the journey. Basically I want to stay the course and run the race well. Certainly that ability and strength only comes through Christ in me.
This is the topic of today’s Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast. You can listen here or hop over to iTunes where you can subscribe to the weekly podcast.
In a world of unrest and uncertainty I am encouraged to remember that it is He who will hold us fast. As we walk with Him day by day, He will sustain us and give us the steadfastness we need to finish well.
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Hello Friends! Our family recently turned over another grade level in our homeschool. Since we school year around we often advance to new grades at odd times of the year.
Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast 110: Helpful Tips for Homeschool Organization
This year I have put more focus than usual on homeschool room organization, and on today’s podcast episode I share some of the things that I have found helpful to us in our homeschool journey. I hope it will be a blessing for you!
I have to admit that organization is not my gifting, but just because something does not come natural to me does not mean that I cannot learn to do better. So, I would love to hear from you. What strategies do you use to keep all the things organized in your homeschool? Please leave comments and reach out to me on my social media as well; I would love to hear from you!
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While I think that a designated space to keep all things pertaining to homeschool is nice, it absolutely is not a necessity for successful homeschooling. Whether one homeschools in a schoolroom or around the kitchen table, the most important thing is to keep our focus on “Seeking first the kingdom of God and His righteousness.” Matthew 6:33 May the Lord help us to keep our eyes looking upward and our gaze set on the ministry the Lord has given us within the walls of our own homes. Thank you so much for listening to this podcast, and may the Lord bless you until we meet again!
Welcome back to the Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast available through this sound bar and also over at iTunes. Today we are talking about God being our refuge, protector, and strong tower during current events happening in our nation.
Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast 109: The Lord Our Protector
I hope this episode will be a strength to your heart and a blessed reminder that if God is for us, who can be against us. There is much trouble abounding, and yet God has not fallen off of His throne. He sits exalted in the heavens and is still Sovereign over our lives. We can trust in Him and look up fixing our eyes not on what is seen but on what is unseen.
These troubling times are an opportunity for us to remember that this world is not our home and to live intentionally in light of eternity. I always love to hear from my listeners, so please reach out. You can connect with me in multiple ways:
Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast 108: Interview With Brooke Wayne, Part 2
Hello Friends and welcome back to part two of my recent interview with my dear friend Brook Wayne. On this episode Brooke shares many helpful tips about growing in patience as a mother and communicating with our children in effective ways.
Brooke also talks about how a busy mother can get the time she needs with the Lord and what that can look like with so many people needing her attention.
I encourage you to check out the ministry of Family Renewal and all things Israel and Brook Wayne. Here are some links to help you connect to Brook and her resources:
May the Lord bless you as you serve Him faithfully this week. Thank you for listening and please consider leaving a review over at iTunes and sharing this podcast with your friends. May the Lord be with you until we meet again.
Hello Friends! Today I want to introduce you to my sweet friend Brook Wayne. Brook and I were both homeschooled back in the prehistoric days of the homeschooling movement, and we are both now homeschooling our own children.
Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast 107: Interview With Brooke Wayne, Part 1
Brook is wife to author and speaker Israel Wayne and the mother of ten children. She co-authored the helpful book Pitchin’ A Fit and also speaks at homeschool conventions and ministry conferences. Brook and Israel have a ministry called Family Renewal, and their heart is to encourage families to be a people prepared for the Lord.
I believe you will be encouraged hearing Brook’s heart and perspectives as she shares on the podcast this week and next. I strongly encourage you to check out the ministry of Family Renewal and all things pertaining to Brook and Israel Wayne. I will leave some links below where you can connect with Brook.
Walking in love towards others does not always come easy. As mothers we need the grace of God to help us show love through the disturbances, messes, and irritations that are part of daily family life. We need God’s love extended through us to help us lovingly do the hard work of training and working on character issues with our children.
Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast 106: Walking In The Love Of Christ
On today’s episode of the Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast we are discussing the great love of God towards us. When we understand the magnitude of the love we have been given, it will be easier to extend patience and love to those around us.
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