Hello Friends! I am excited about this episode of the podcast, because on today’s episode I am sharing about the recent trip my husband and I took to Prince Edward Island. This was a dream trip for me, and I want to share with you some of my take-aways from our time there.
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It is mind boggling to think that we have entered another decade and a bit sobering to think where I will be when this new decade passes. At that point I will have mostly children in their twenties! That sure does put perspective on the need to be faithful and intentional in the precious fleeting days God has given me with my children.
On this episode of the podcast we talk about making wise use of our time and break it down into some specific priorities we should focus on in order to steward our time wisely. Listen here or hop over to iTunes and search the Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast.
Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast 88: A New Decade And The Value of Time
I mentioned, in the podcast, that we have a brand new store up and running right here on this website. I am so excited to be able to offer my followers a place to go for resources to strengthen families and cultivate family discipleship. I encourage you to click on the shop button and check out the things we currently have listed. Our plan is to continue adding more resources with time.
I would love to hear from you and what your plans are for the new year and this new decade. May the Lord grant us the wisdom and strength to redeem each day for His glory.
It is Christmas week, everyone! Merry Christmas! On today’s episode of the podcast. I share some things that have been happening in our family (Don’t miss the new kitty and the fried computer stories 🙂 and I discuss the cleansing power of the blood of Jesus.
I am thankful for all of you who tune into the podcast, and I hope you have a very blessed, Christ-centered Christmas celebration. Please remember to subscribe, rate, and review the podcast and share with friends as you are able. This goes a long ways in getting the word out so that other ladies can listen and be encouraged.
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I am really excited about this week’s episode of the “Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast.”
On this episode I had the privilege of interviewing my sweet friend Ann Dunagan. Ann is full of life, encouragement, and passion for sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ! She is a veteran homeschool mom to seven children who are all seeking to fulfill the great commission in their generation. Ann has been an encourager and cheerleader in my life, and I am confident that you will be encouraged by hearing her heart for living with an eternal perspective.
In our discussion, Ann and I talk about creative ways that we can be living on mission for Jesus during the Christmas season. Christmastime offers our families unique opportunities to share Christ, so on this episode Ann and I discuss some ways families can engage in the great commission during the holiday season.
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Hello and Happy Thanksgiving week! This morning I have a song running through my head that says:
Give thanks with a grateful heart Give thanks to the Holy One Give thanks because He’s given Jesus Christ, His Son
And now let the weak say, “I am strong” Let the poor say, “I am rich Because of what the Lord has done for us”
Give thanks with a grateful heart (with a grateful heart) Give thanks to the Holy One (to the Holy One) Give thanks because He’s given Jesus Christ, His Son
On today’s episode of the Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast, we are talking about giving thanks for Jesus Who is the supreme blessing above all other blessings. If we have Christ, we have great treasure regardless of anything else going on in our lives.
On this episode we look at Ephesians chapter two and are reminded of the magnitude of what Christ did for us while we were still dead in our trespasses and sins. We can be grateful for our homes, good food, fun times, traditions, and material blessings, but let us also take this week to remember to be grateful for Jesus Christ our Lord and Savior. He is the giver of all the good gifts. May we love and desire the Giver more than the gifts. May we desire the Blesser more than the blessings. May we look to Him and give thanks.
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It is hard to believe that next week is Thanksgiving week! On today’s episode of the podcast I talk about the importance of being a thankful people and share some practical ideas on ways to bring more faith and gratitude into our Thanksgiving celebrations.
Gratefulness is not something I see a lot of in the culture at large, and so I think that cultivating gratitude is just another way the christian is called to swim upstream and live by a different set of priorities.
I also think that thankfulness is not something that comes natural to our human flesh, so this is another area for God’s Holy Spirit to grow us to be more like Christ Jesus our Lord.
I would love to hear ideas for how you celebrate Thanksgiving in your family. Do you have some intentional ways that you are encouraging your family towards gratitude this year? You can connect with me in the following ways:
I hope you all have a very blessed week preparing for Thanksgiving, and I would love to hear from you. Also, if you have a chance to leave a star rating and even a short review over at iTunes, those reviews go a long ways in helping other mothers find out about the podcast. May the Lord bless you abundantly this week!
Hello Friends! Last week I did not post a podcast, because I was traveling across several states with my children. Today we are jumping back into our series from Colossians chapter two and finishing the series up with a discussion about thankfulness. You can listen to the “Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast” below or subscribe over at iTunes.
The Scripture commands us to give thanks and to be a grateful people. Sadly in our culture today, we have to be intentionally swimming upstream to live a lifestyle of gratitude. Our culture is often one of whining and complaining about every little inconvenience instead of resting in the Sovereignty of our God Who knows what is best for His people.
I hope that this episode encourages us all to dwell on the goodness of the Lord and on helping our families cultivate grateful hearts. Thanksgiving is right around the corner, but we do not want to merely think about our blessings on one day of the year. Instead may the Lord help us to grow in an ongoing lifestyle of gratitude for Jesus and His great salvation along with all the other blessings He bestows upon us. What are you grateful for today? I would love to hear from you!
Welcome back to the Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast! Today we are continuing in our study of Colossians 2:6-7 and focusing on being rooted and built up in Christ.
On this episode we discuss a few ways that we can be built up in our faith. We touch on the importance of good church fellowship, godly friendships, mentorship, and growing through the trials and storms of life.
Hello Friends, this last week my husband and I celebrated our twentieth anniversary. We were blessed to be able to take a very special trip to Prince Edward Island where we toured the Lucy Maud Montgomery/Anne of Green Gables history. After a challenging year of moving and sending our oldest daughter off to college it was so nice to get away to a quiet, serene place and enjoy a slower pace.
My husband and I have many goals in our lives, but our greatest desire is that our family will walk with the Lord and further His kingdom and His righteousness. On this week’s episode of the podcast we are looking again at Colossians 2:6-7 and focusing on practical ways of leading our families to walk with Jesus.
Happy Fall, Everyone! On today’s podcast we begin a new five-part series on Colossians 2:6-7.
I have planned to break down this series like this:
Part 1: Introduction
Part 2: Helping Our Families Walk with Christ
Part 3: Being Rooted and Built Up in Christ
Part 4. Being Established or Strengthened in the Faith
Part 5: Overflowing with Thankfulness
Preparing this short series has been an encouragement to me, and I look forward to sharing these episodes with you! I encourage you to either meditate on or memorize these two verses from Colossians and to pray that the Lord will apply them to your heart and your particular circumstances.
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