We are happy to introduce CHEA’s second devotional for homeschoolers by homeschoolers, Time and Time Again. Twenty-eight devotions written by moms and dads who face the same daily challenges you do.
Time and Time Again is our gift to you to help you through your homeschool journey.
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Remember God's Call by Chuck Geib, CHEA Regional Advisory Board Member
Steal Your Children's Heart by JulieBeth Lamb
Needing encouragement? Feeling depleted in your homeschool journey? A collection of 22 devotions especially written for homeschoolers are collected here in pdf format for you to read or print out for yourself or a friend. Be encouraged and uplifted by these devotions by homeschooling moms just like you. See samples below.
Faithful With This Day
In our hurried culture of instant everything, I have forgotten how to plod. I want to see perfect character in my children, now. After all, we just finished a whole semester of character curriculum! Additionally, I can become a bit concerned because we haven’t mastered all the vocabulary that is sure to be on the SATs. We all know that college is just a blink away! But wait. Do “instant and hurried” characterize faithfulness? Read more.
Life Glass: Half Empty or Half Full
There are many times when we fail to see how fantastic our lives really are. Have you ever felt that ‘everything’ is going wrong, or that someone is ‘always’ messing up? I know I have felt this way. Sometimes my focus becomes so negative that I only see the ‘bad things’ and I forget how totally blessed I am. There are countless times that I have taken my wonderful life for granted. This became very real to me at a recent part. Read more.
How amazing yet predictable it is that when I am anxious, in conflict with someone, offended, rejected, disappointed, forsaken, judged or just ‘feeling blue,’ my first reaction is to allow my negative thoughts to ‘snowball’ into an avalanche! Read more.
Able to Teach
Do you ever worry if you are truly "able to teach" as the wording of the California Department of Educations requires all private homeschool teachers to be? Who is able to teach? Those with a teaching credential, someone who has earned a PhD, or a person with plenty of experience?
Like David in Psalm 61, I have often asked God to “lead me to the Rock that is higher than I.” Isaiah chapter 40 reminds us Who the Rock is and just how high He really is – “He sits enthroned above the circle of the earth.” (vs 22) He brings out the starry host one by one and calls them each by name” (vs 26). Read more.