The subtitle of this book is Gospel Encouragement for Keeping Your Sanity while Living and Learning Alongside Your Kids. That's the whole book in a sentence fragment. It's all about encouraging homeschool parents -- mainly moms, though homeschool dads would certainly benefit from it too. Again and again, it points the reader back to the Gospel… Continue reading Book Review: The Convivial Homeschool by Mystie Winckler
Join us for our next Replenish Zoom gathering on Tuesday, September 20th at 8pm.
What a gift, that out of thanksgiving comes an earnest desire for vocation.
"Law and Gospel, Sin and Grace, Repentance and Forgiveness of Sins. If that’s all you get done in a day, or even a week or month, that’s success. For Jesus’ sake."
Who are our children, and why do we educate them? To answer these questions, the Christian looks first to God's Word.
We are thrilled to have so many of you joining us in person at our symposium on Saturday! We are looking forward to enjoying excellent presentations together and having some time to visit! If you are not able to join us, we will be live streaming the talks on our Facebook page. They’ll remain posted there for later… Continue reading Reminder—2022 Symposium
We want to warmly welcome you to our 2022 Spring Symposium, March 5th on the campus of beautiful Bethany Lutheran College in Mankato, Minnesota! If you are local, come and share the day with us! (Register by February 22.) If you can’t make it due to distance or time constraints, visit our Facebook page to watch the lectures… Continue reading 2022 Spring Symposium
Please join us for a time of learning, growth, and discussion of ideas as well as fellowship with other moms from all walks of the homeschooling journey!
"We parents have the high privilege of being the greatest conduit delivering God’s Word to our kids; even so, we can also be the greatest impediment standing between them and their Savior."
"It suddenly struck me that maybe my problem is that I have too many ideas. Maybe I need to trim away some of them, even some of the really good ones, to find the ones that will help our kids bear fruit."