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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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!
It has been a good while since I have posted anything on this website or published a new podcast. As many of you know our family has been undergoing a huge transition from our farm to a smaller farm across town. I will be honest with you…..this has been really hard. It has been hard physically and emotionally leaving the farm we loved so much and adapting to change, but God has been faithful.
“God is faithful, by whom you were called into the fellowship of his Son, Jesus Christ our Lord.” – I Corinthians 1:9
Also, I am so grateful for each and every review listeners leave on iTunes. I read each one, and the reviews help the podcast to become more visible for other Mamas to find and be encouraged.
Have you recently moved? Are you thinking about moving? Do you live in the country or the city? I would love to hear your experiences and where the Lord currently has you. Wherever we are may we live fully for His kingdom purposes. Have a blessed week!
Welcome back to the Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast. In today’s episode I’m talking about what to do when you feel like throwing in the towel on homeschooling. I hope you will find fresh vision and encouragement to press on, to not grow weary, and to keep the long term perspective that will help you to persevere.
I know what it is to feel tired, weary, and discouraged. It is when we anchor our hearts in the eternal truths of God’s Word that we can have the strength we need to persevere I hope this episode encourages your heart.
Good morning, Friends! It’s a new week to glorify God in our hearts and homes. I hope this episode of the podcast will be an encouragement to your hearts. It is my reflection back on how I believe being homeschooled was a blessing in my life. If you are struggling to get through this winter season, I hope this encourages you to press on looking forward with a long term vision. Have a wonderful week! https://legacyhomeschoolreflections.blogspot.com/2019/03/legacy-homeschool-reflections-podcast.html
You can find more homeschool encouragement in my book “Legacy Reflections of a Homeschooled Homeschooling Mama” available on Amazon, and please take a moment to leave a review and star rating on iTunes. My heart is encouraged by your reviews, and each review helps more mamas to be able to find this podcast. Have a wonderful week and thanks for listening!
Welcome back to the latest episode of the Legacy Homeschool Reflections Podcast. The subject for today’s episode is gleaning wisdom from Charles Spurgeon and his wife Susannah. I loved chatting with my husband Matt, and we pray you will be encouraged!
We touched on various topics today, but we tried to make a lot of our gleanings applicable to marriage and raising a family. You can listen here: