Let us walk alongside you on your homeschool journey!
At Homeschooling Today, we’re growing a movement of families who are choosing to homeschool boldly.
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To homeschool boldly is to take control of your children’s education while nurturing family relationships. It’s choosing courage over fear and doing what’s best for you and your kids.
It’s what homeschooling today looks like. Let us help!
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Our mission is to come alongside you with encouragement and practical help, to remind you that we’re in this together and to help you see past the present trials into the reality of your true calling, equipping your children to be the remarkable people God created. Whether you are homeschooling for a season of life or the years to come, this movement can be a catalyst for courage. It will be through our ability to shed fear and embrace courage that will enable our children to do the same!
Join us as we cast aside mediocrity and say we will enjoy this time with our families, we will let go of fear and take hold of courage. We choose to homeschool boldly!
How can you homeschool boldly with so many voices telling you what you should do?
… let’s come alongside you to give you the encouragement and practical help you need!
The one who calls you is faithful, and he will do it.
— 1 Thessalonians 5:24
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