Trusting in God’s Faithfulness

by Katie Julius I have been a part of my homeschool support group’s leadership team since 2019, and our family members since 2017. Our group has a long history reaching back to the early 1980’s, and for the last decade or so, things were pretty standard. We were...

Who’s on the Throne?

by Rebecca Kocsis It’s incumbent upon ministry leaders to be all in. That’s not hard because we are zealous for the Lord and passionate about the work He has called us to do. Homeschool leadership is purposeful work. Providing support and a framework for home-based...

Leading from Rest

by Michaela Roekle, CHEA’s Regional Advisory Board Seven years ago, the book Teaching from Rest rose to be one of the most popular books in the homeschool world.Author Sarah Mackenzie struck a chord in the melody of mother’s hearts when she wrote, “How you teach...

But If Not

by John McGowan When I was 36 years old, I was diagnosed with advanced stage colon cancer. It came at a time when my personal and professional life was full, thriving even. I was busy running a small law firm with a growing practice. My wife and I were heavily...

Inspired Ideas

by Rebecca Kocsis Have you ever had an inspired idea and pushed hard for its acceptance only to see it turned down? Then, after a while, someone else was able to see the same idea come to fruition? Deflated, you were sure you had heard from God. What happened? Perhaps...
And They’re Off!

And They’re Off!

by Rebecca Kocsis I liken the beginning of a new school year to the start of a horse race. After months of planning, organizing, and meeting with new homeschoolers, August (or September) arrives and off we go–executing our many well-laid plans. I often told...