Do you desire to grow as an individual, intellectually and spiritually, and wonder how to add hours to your day to make it happen?
Do you pray that your children will grow strong in character, and are searching for the knowledge to guide them?
Do you aspire to raise children to be successful adults and fear you will ruin their chances?
Is your life hectic and do your days seem short because you cannot get it all done, yet, long because it seems like the work will never end?
I believe you can love learning, think deeply, and choose faith, so you may in turn inspire your children to learn, think, and believe.
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Picture yourself in a community of women who want to grow and learn as individuals.
What if you could plan and implement with confidence the education and training of your children—body, soul, and spirit?
Imagine understanding the development of your child’s brain and watching him mature and learn successfully.
Picture yourself consistent in maintaining the healthy routines you have established in your home.
Imagine growing in a deeper relationship with God and with your family.
See yourself enjoying your long days by abiding in Christ.
When you join this community, you will be empowered to learn, to think deeply, and to pursue God, with a passion that will inspire your children and others.
As our children grew and our homeschooling journey adapted to their changes, I became fearful because I realized that, even as an adult, I did not know how to think. Learning for me had been memorizing to pass the test, to make the grade, to pass the course, to get the degree. Teaching a subject and teaching a child to think are not necessarily the same thing. Education is more than busywork. My children needed education and training in all areas of life—body, soul, and spirit. I was driven to learn for their sakes, to try to help them develop strong character, to prepare for life and lasting relationships.
I also longed to be able to think more deeply when I studied God’s Word personally. Time for Bible study was hard to find with the responsibilities of young children and homeschooling. I often felt guilty because of inconsistency in prayer time and Bible study. I longed to know God, but I could not live up to the standard of a daily hour of Bible study that older women told me was necessary for my sanctification and to please God.
My journey to learn continues as I grow older. My children are all successful adults now, leaders in their sphere of influence. Did they receive a perfect education? No, it was far from perfect, but they learned to think, and they continue to learn, as do I. Through the years of teaching my children and researching, I gained an understanding of how the brain develops, how to establish healthy routines in our home, how to find small pockets of time to give to Bible study, when to pray, and how to teach my children to think. We all still have much to learn, and I love the journey!