The Key to Education is Relationship

Okay so you get that homeschooling a huge responsibility.    Now that all that pressure is on you, listen to this before you suffocate.   I especially like the difference between Greek and Hebrew style of educating.   The results are astounding and reassuring.  Understand that your child is your child after all the schooling is done.    Now is the time to teach grace along with academics.   You need to bond with your baby more than ever.   Don’t burn out your relationship with nagging.    Inspire your child so you both can enjoy school and each other.

Join Diana Waring as she interviews homeschool speaker, Steve Lambert, on the relationship in education. Long-term pioneers and proponents of homeschooling, Steve and his wife, Jane, not only taught their children, but have also helped many families homeschool, through the award-winning  curriculum written by Jane, 5 in a Row. Discover in this interview how approaching education through relationship prepares our children for life. This has the potential to change your life!

Can’t get enough of her encouraging words?   Well no worries, here are the rest of her interviews:   Join Diana Waring in exploring how students can actually LOVE learning, how to best nurture that passion & practical tips for real homeschoolers.

Additional Resources

The following are FREE online resources for parents:

The following resources are all available at our local library:

  • Shepherding a child’s heart by Tedd Tripp
  • The mission of motherhood: touching your child’s heart for eternity by Sally Clarkson
  • When good kids make bad choices by Elyse Fitzpatrick, Jim Newheiser with Laura Hendrickson

Figure out what will please Christ, and then do it.  
Ephesians 5:10 (The Message)

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About Hemet Sunshine

I am a homeschooling mom living in Hemet, California. I am interested in building a better community for the ones I love.
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