Monday, October 1, 2012

31 days of Homeschool Encouragement - Day#2 Regular use improves performance

When Mommy talks to Jesus - everyone is better off 

Homeschooling is not a decision to be taken lightly. Although, I wish everyone would homeschool - since
I think it's the greatest thing since sliced bread - I know that not everyone feels led to do so. 

If you have, and you're here for some much needed encouragement,  let me begin by saying that we are all in need of encouragement from time to time - and even daily. 

My boys can tell you, there is a difference when Mommy has been talking to Jesus. Here's the thing - without Him - I can do nothing. I made you a printable pdf with a couple of my favorite reminders: 

-click on pictures to print your pdf-

Wash - rinse - repeat . . . Regular use produces the best results

Both of these scriptures pack a powerful punch! Quote them out loud - for you and the children. 
If you commit them to memory and pull them out often - use regularly - they will change your family and your homeschool life. These words are not just pretty words - but straight from our Creator. 
They come with a promise that "His word will not return void" 

With God all things are possible 

Put on some praise music - send the kids outside or sit them down to play and lift up your voice in song and in prayer. Allow Him to fill you with His presence - and to strengthen you each day. 

Have a listen: 

I pray this encourages you today - I hope you'll print the pdf's on cardstock and put them on the fridge or in your teaching binder - somewhere that they will be available to remind you to take it to Jesus! 

Thank you for visiting  - I'll be posting daily doses of homeschool encouragement - with some detailed information about how we manage our homeschool - and struggles - daily throughout October. 

Please let me know if you find these reminders and information useful or if there is something else you are looking for. I am happy to share what God has led us through (some pretty big challenges) and how He continues to carry us through each day.

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