Recently a friend of mine contacted me to let me know that she had penned some short, encouraging words for Homeschool Moms. I was thrilled to hear that someone had taken time to be an encourager in this way. Homeschool moms definitely need encouragement. There are many of us who have been where you are and have walked the path successfully.
During my 20 year homeschool journey, there were times when I felt:
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These are all normal feelings. Along with those feelings came feelings of:
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The days I had negative or discouraging feelings were the days I pleaded with the Lord to minister to my heart. Sometimes, I would contact my mentor for some much needed words of encouragement. I never wanted to quit, but I always needed encouragement. There are a lot of encouraging devotionals out there, but this one is specifically from a homeschool Mom’s heart. This devotional is such an encouragement. She shares from her heart and from the Bible.
“Life as a homeschooling mom can be hectic and all-consuming. Begin or end your day with 5 minutes of spiritual food for thought from another mom on this journey who’s “been there and done that” for many years.”
Moms, we need to remember to seek that encouragement when we are down in the dumps so that we too can be an encourager when another homeschool mom is in need.
Check out this well written “5 Minute Devotions for the Homeschool Mom” by Tina Nahid
Encourage one another
Encourage one another and always remember it is good to renew and stay fresh daily.
Check out this Earlier Post Let’s Renew
How do you stay encouraged in this busy busy homeschool journey?
Tina Nahid has been a busy stay-at-home, homeschooling wife and mom of 16 years and has 3 children. She is very active within her local homeschool support group and desires to encourage other moms on their journey. She has an M.A. in English and has had devotions published in a variety of publications over the years. Tina enjoys reading, writing, date nights with her hubby, traveling, mom’s night out, exercising, mission trips and field trips with her kids. Find her Blogging on her Blog Place Called Grace