Homeschooling has been the number one best decision we've ever made for our family. At nine, before he was even Catholic, my oldest son looked across the kitchen table at me while praying his rosary for school and said, "Mama! God just said something to me!"
If you've thought about it, or been thrown into homeschooling because of Covid, this conference will give you scads of tools and encouragement. I'll be sharing that story and the two most fabulous discoveries we made - one for HOURS of silent, educational entertainment (without screens, whoa!), and another for how to get over a stubborn math block - and how to leverage HSing to build and support your marriage and family.
In this charming sequel to his bestselling book, Our Lady’s Wardrobe, Anthony DeStefano introduces Catholic children to more well-known images of the Blessed Virgin Mary. Only this time, he doesn’t use Our Lady’s clothes to teach children about the Mother of God, but rather, he gives kids a peek into her own personal “picture book.” Over the centuries, Our Lady has been the subject of thousands of works of art that depict her as an advocate of sinners, a protector from harm, and a powerful intercessor with her Son. Our Lady’s Picture Book highlights Mary’s unique role in salvation history by explaining some of her most famous titles of honor.
Lisa M. Hendey interviews author Anthony DeStefano about his new book about the Mother of God.
High expectations and control. Do they result in unhappy children? Do controlled kids look for distractions such as video games? Does limiting screen time result in an increased attraction for devices?
Expecting a lot of our kids sounds reasonable, doesn’t it? If we have high expectations, perhaps our children will strive to achieve more. And if we keep raising the goal posts, won’t they end up doing amazing things? They could have fabulous secure futures that include high paying jobs. If we p...
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