I know it isn’t popular to say, but for me, homeschooling has never been anything but challenging – in more ways than one. In the early years, the thought of quitting surfaced regularly, but I didn’t because I couldn’t.
Because. My husband Jeff and I made a commitment based on our oldest daughter’s need in the Second Grade, and that need never changed – not once.
Not with the second child, nor the third.
The need remained – to develop a love of learning, and, this is tantamount – to keep their education nested in a biblical world perspective.
Not naiveté or sheltered, but grounded in Truth, and fine-tuned for the gifts and talents woven into their very being by their Creator, Lord God, who gives all knowledge.
“Train up a child in the way he should go; even when he is old he will not depart from it.” (Proverbs 22:6)
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