Becoming an Eternally Minded Mama – Katie LaPierre, Christian Author
In this episode Yvette is joined by Katie LaPierre as they discuss motherhood and what homeschooling looks like for this large family. Katie gives a glimpse into her day as she is raising seven children under the age of 11, and homeschooling! They also discuss Katie’s new one-month devotional and journal about motherhood called Eternally Minded Mamas.
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Katie LaPierre is a homeschooling mama of seven children. She is also the author of Eternally Minded Mamas One-Month Devotional and Journal. Her husband, Scott, is the senior pastor of Woodland Christian Church, an author, and conference speaker. Katie enjoys accompanying Scott to his conferences where she often joins him for Q&A sessions. They grew up together in northern California, and they currently reside in Woodland, Washington. You can contact Katie or learn more about her at the following:
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