More people should see the advantage they get when they can stay at home to spend time with the children. Taking time to teach the Word of God is one of those very important tasks given to us all, men and women. The stay-at-home mother with the right attitude can show the child how a Christian has to behave and how we as human beings can bring the Word of God into action, making the works of God visible to others.
- Changing My Perspective (mixwilliams.wordpress.com)
I think all of us have had “stuff” in our past that has caused us to have self-doubt and not believe God’s promises. We need to let go of our past, let go of our self-doubts, our disappointments, our baggage and anything else that is causing us not to believe God’s promises, move forward and stop questioning Why! It’s not where we have been, where we started, but rather how we finish that matters. It is changing our perspective and running the race with Him, letting go of our ugly pasts and basking in His Word today moving forward!
Did you know we were planted or born to display His splendor? What a verse! It does not matter if I am having a bad day, it does not matter how I am feeling, it does not matter if life is hurting, that verse says we should be displaying His splendor through it all. We are not to give up and wither when we are in a drought, but rather let our roots of our knowledge in Him draw us closer to Him.
- Let’s Get Fresh Perspective (supportinggodlywomen.wordpress.com)
Did you know the key to power is the renewed mind? The definition of a renewed mind is putting the Word of God in mind and acting accordingly.
- Empowerment Café: Perspective (pinkcandyandstilettos.com)
“This goes out to some of my favorite mommies…keep pushing you ARE making a difference. I admire your strength and perseverance!!!” The message was timely, unexpected, sweet and extremely thoughtful.
While we are obsessing over the fine details of being a perfect mom, our little ones think that their “good enough” moms are simply perfect. So moms, know that even in your imperfection, you are making a significant difference in your children’s lives. As my girlfriend stated, we deserve to have those reminders every now and again.
Imagine going to a job each morning where you can set your own schedule. You arrive when you want, take breaks whenever you want, and leave for an extended lunch hour without anyone breathing down your neck. Answering your phone calls and emails is regulated to a minimum each day, and the work responsibilities and goals you have are varied. There is no dress code or security passes to wear around your neck, and no one cares if you eat at your desk or play your favorite radio station. Your boss is off-site, and you can manage your workload to best suit your needs. Your work is rewarding and exciting, and you usually see immediate results from your efforts. Wouldn’t we all love to have a job that fits this description? As a homeschooling parent, you do!
Many homeschooling parents get caught up in the fact that they never receive…
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