This month we are covering tough questions kids ask. This week we talked about: Why Do People Get Sick and Die?
Tina Yeager, Counselor and Author, answered our question this week. She gave information about how kids grieve. They might disobey because they are angry. Playing and coloring help children who are grieving.
Here’s another podcast on grief and children
This month we will cover tough questions kids ask. Author Sarah Keeling, who also does a podcast on prayer, answered our tough question this week. We also chatted about teaching kids to pray, God’s power, and the spiritual realm.
The media today gives confusing messages. For instance during the pandemic, we heard so many conflicting instructions about mask wearing. And the people who gave instructions didn’t follow their own guidance. We want to pass along a worldview from the Bible, which won’t be confusing.
My guest this week was Catherine Segars. She homeschools her own children and has researched viewpoints we hear everywhere. Be prepared to pass along truth.
Our theme for July is patriotism. Author and historian, Rebecca Price Janney was my guest this week. She explained how teaching family history can make a child stronger. That child has skin in the game and can face hardships with courage and determination.
The pandemic forced many mothers to teach at home, and a number chose to keep doing it. On the other hand, parents who see the huge homeschool movement may wonder if they should homeschool also.
Author and podcaster, Catherine Segars explained her transition from public school to homeschool. She talked about how she handles the workload and enjoys her children.
After I had my first child, the doctor examined her and told me she was beautiful. “Enjoy her.”
His words caught me by surprise, but I’ve never forgotten them. Once life overwhelms us, we can let that joy slip away.
My guest this week was author Jennifer Slattery. She helps young moms hang onto that joy while they parent. She offers a study for those who might like more information.