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Quiet Time in a Loud House

Too many moms feels guilt if they can’t fit in a daily quiet time with God. Yet with the many demands of motherhood (you know, laundry, nursing babies, dishes, food prep, misbehaving toddlers and don’t forget some actual homeschooling) when is this supposed to happen? And when you finally figure out a routine that could have a chance of working, there is the frustration of being interrupted by loud noises, which can include the cries of young children. Rachael has first-hand experience in this arena raising seven growing children at home.

Chasing God and the Kids Too! (Cheryl)

This workshop will focus on practical and biblical ways moms can grow spiritually while dealing with the pressures of homeschooling. Moms will learn practical ways to maintain a consistent quiet time, Bible reading, prayer, etc. and to get their fervor for God amidst the dirty diapers.

Re-energize Mom First!

Refocus, reorganize, revive to re-energize mom first. This workshop is for moms who are saying, “Help!” Someone just added one more thing to my already overflowing plate!” Can we talk? This discussion will provide you with strategies to stay focused, organized, revived and energized for the coming school year. Re-energized life! Re-energized wife! Re-energized mom keeps all things calm!

My Mom’s Not Perfect and Neither Is My Daughter

Our family is much like yours and many others. We have struggles, communication issues, conflicts, joyful moments and areas where we can improve. But it never helps to compare yourself to anybody else. As a matter of fact, nobody wins the comparison game. In this workshop, Rachael and her sixteen-year-old daughter, Savannah Anne, share some mother-daughter stories and wisdom from their homeschooling journey with candor and humor. The goal is to help you stay in the homeschooling game, even if the struggles seem too difficult at times.

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