We talk about many issues girls struggle with and how they feel good about themselves seeing themselves as Jesus does.
And find their focus and purpose in Jesus. for more resources please visit my website and blog or to contact me about my speaking.
Mae Renfroe , wife and homeschooling mother of soon to be 10, gives advice and encouragement for those of little ones.
The more you have doesn't mean it's harder.
It actually gets easier.
visit Mae over on her website and blog for encouragement, resources, and to see the 5 books she has written.
Music: Happy Summer
This week the children and I took a much needed spring break.
But I didn't want it to be just a wasted week.
I wanted them to continue their learning and also find creative or productive things to do.
So one of the things we are doing in the mornings is thinking together of things they would like to see how they are made.
Then we look them up on YouTube and watch them on our big screen.
It's very interesting and educational to see how things are made on a huge scale and in massive quantities in the factories.
YouTube can really add to your education plan for your children's school and make it work for you in a good and positive way. But be careful of the junk there as well.
I have exciting news for you! It's something for your children, and well, for you too!
OK here is the big news!
My children started a show on you tube titled "My Sister Named Faith" you can find it on you-tube at: www.youtube.com/channel/UCHW76AQMjCK2dqh2Me50v6Q.
Here below is their first episode!
If you like it, stay tuned for more, and we would love it if you shared it with friends and family too.
I am a wife to my wonderful husband, Paul, of over 22 years. Mommy to 9 blessings, ages 21 to 3 years. Our 2nd oldest son, at age 14, has gone on to be with the Lord on April 19th, 2017. I share about that new road we are on here on my blog.
My first 7 years of blogging.
Great inspirational reading!
"I believe a greater intimacy with God leads us to an inner peace, unquenchable joy, & an ever-lasting hope regardless of what we go through in life." Mae