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Sometimes an idea for an episode comes along and we throw the regular recording schedule out the window!
When Cindy West reached out to us and asked to talk about something she's seeing in the homeschool community at large, we jumped at the opportunity. And it's this: Some homeschoolers feel they must adhere so closely to a particular homeschool philosophy that they have lost all their homeschool joy. Essentially, their homeschools are owning them.
So what's the remedy? Tune in to "When Your Homeschool Owns You" to find out!
Apps! Mobile phones! iPads! Technology! It all moves so fast and changes seemingly overnight. How do we keep up with what our kids are asking to use or are being exposed to, even if we are trying to keep it all in balance?
Join us on this highly informative episode of Homeschooling in Real Life as we welcome author and speaker Leah Nieman to discuss five apps every parent should know about right now. It's an up-to-the-minute conversation, but even if you're listening months or even years from its publication, you'll be able to glean from the discussion about how to handle all of the emerging technology in our über fast-paced world.
Parenting formulas tend to make us feel safe: Do it this way, and your children will grow up to be godly/good citizens/intelligent/productive, etc. But is this what God has in mind when he gives us children in our homes?
Join us and author Heather Haupt as we talk homeschooling (she's a homeschool grad), parenting promises, principles, formulas, and the gospel.