During the 2018 Teach Them Diligently conventions across the southeast, I was given the privilege to speak to men about homeschooling. Yet during this time, I was curious about what other dads were thinking and struggling within the homeschool life. Well, they wrote down some questions and I told them I would answer them. They…
Now the wife was the one with the research, the asking, the education in education, the desire, and want to do this. I was merely the finical representative. I was completely unaware of what or how to do anything.
Believe it or not, I am sitting here at the Teach Them Diligently convention in Atlanta today. As a matter of fact, I am in the Homeschool Launch booth 801, answering questions and taking your money for the convention next year! Yep, it will be happening again next year. But that is then, this is…
The time is quickly approaching for the Teach Them Diligently Homeschool Conference!! This is a special event for me and my family. Actually, it is this event that some years ago, got me into blogging and speaking up on homeschooling and the role of a dad in homeschooling. April 28th – April 30th is…
There have been few things in life that really impress me. But I must admit that the Teach Them Diligently Convention this year in Washington, DC has done just that! From the beautiful surroundings of the Gaylord Hotel and Resort, the perfect weather, the outstanding speakers and the awesome children’s program, I will say that I am in awe.
The Next Generation
One generation will declare Your works to the next
and will proclaim Your mighty acts.
Psalms 145:4 HCSB
This past Sunday I had the privilege of being able to step into the pulpit of my home church during the 11:00 service and deliver a message that God has laid upon my heart for a long time now. I was talking about “The Next Generation”. Those who will follow after us, are watching us and are trusting us to do what is right.
I had to break the sermon into two parts due to the length of the podcast. Part two will be posted on Thursday of this week.
Christ was rejected and despised by men. Husbands and dads, are you willing to be rejected by your kids? Are you willing to place everything that you are before the world and be rejected? Kids at times can be mean. It’s a fact of life. But it is also a fact of what they emulate what they see as well.
Are you willing to carry the pain of your loved ones? Cancers, mental disorders, physical limitations are things that can, though not always, cause pain. Are you willing to step up and endure the sufferings just as Christ did for your family?