Fearless Homeschooling: How to Ignore the Critics and Do What’s Best for Your Child!
“I’m not strong enough.”“My kids are going to have gaps in their education.”“Everything depends on me.”“I’ve failed too many times.”“I can’t do this right.”“I’m screwing up my kids.”“Everyone else’s kids are doing better than mine.”
Have you heard the lies, too? Yvette Hampton talks with Heidi St. John about her own experience of homeschooling out of fear and into faith. You’ll want to bring a friend to this one! If you missed the first part of this interview you will want to go back and listen to Monday’s episode.
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As a popular author and speaker, Heidi St. John has been speaking on marriage, family and cultural issues for over 15 years. Her passion to encourage moms and set them free to boldly become who God has created them to be will challenge encourage you. Heidi has been married to her college sweetheart since 1989, and their family now includes seven children and two grandsons! Jay and Heidi reside just outside of beautiful Vancouver, Washington, where they have homeschooled some of their kids all the way through high school and are still finishing up with a few at home.
Heidi is the author of seven books. Her most recent book, Bible Promises for Moms, released in March of 2019 and is the latest in the MomStrong collection. She has also recently released Prayers for the Battlefield: Staying MomStrong in the Fight for Your Family and Your Faith and Becoming MomStrong: How to Fight With All That’s In You For Your Family and Your Faith, which focuses on helping mothers build a solid biblical foundation for their families. Join Heidi at MomStrong International, an online ministry where thousands of women come together for weekly Bible Studies, Scripture Writing, online and in real life fellowship.
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