What a gift, that out of thanksgiving comes an earnest desire for vocation.
"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."
"In a way, the difficulties of this year are a great gift to the Christian parent."
"The world outside is full of noise, uncertainty, pain, but there is a peace here in carrying out the vocation God has given me. As I pour into these souls around my table, my soul too is refreshed."
"My efforts at homeschooling can feel hopeless because I know in my core that I am not enough."
"In my desire to create and preserve order and beauty in my home, do I fail to extend a gracious welcome to those who my comfortable home ought to be serving?"
So many of you are longing for school. Real school. Normal school. I think about you daily, and I want you to know that I want you to have normal school back too.
Does your family have a habit of family devotions? If you'd like some ideas of what that can look like, read on!
Generations of Lutherans have learned the faith through the simple study of Luther's Small Catechism, but as parents, how should we approach teaching it to our children?
It appears that soon we may all be homeschoolers, at least for a little while. This isn't something that you have planned or prepped for, but here you are. So now what?