What does the Bible say about training the hearts of our children? Join Yvette Hampton and Aby Rinella as they discuss what the Bible calls us to as parents, especially in regards to the day-to-day education of their children.
You can read the transcript of this episode here. Also, if you’re a Backstage Pass member, you can join Aby and Yvette on video as they continue their discussion about the countless blessings of homeschooling, with 30 minutes of additional content!
Aby Rinella is, above all, a follower of Jesus. She is also the director of her local homeschool co-op, director of women’s ministry at her church, wife, mom and teacher to the Rinella children. She writes and speaks on homeschool, motherhood, parental rights, the culture war and more and has a passion for encouraging and inspiring women to live the life they were designed to live.
Aby and her husband also write for the outdoor industry about their adventures together, showing their kids the Creator by spending time in His creation.
You can find all of Aby’s published work at CalledToTheTop.com.
“Why do I homeschool? Because today my children will be at home with me, learning about the catastrophic events that happened in New York. About the evil that happens when we deviate from God’s design. And about how we have a God that mourns because he loves his people. They will be home with me, praying for the preborn babies, rather than in a public school system that tells them they get to choose for themselves what is good and evil, rather than looking to God for truth.” – Aby Rinella
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