Speaking Life into Your Homeschool {Day 5}

Speaking Life into Your Homeschool {Day 5}

So You Call Yourself a Homeschooler?

To recap on what we’ve examined this week on our journey to speaking life-giving words over our homeschool:

Day 1 - we talked about what it even means to speak life.

Day 2 – we learned the importance of recognizing we have an issue in this area – and the benefits to identifying the problem.

Day 3 – we talked about the important roles that speaking and confessing God’s Word have in changing our heart in this area. There is a FREE printable for scriptural confessions I created.

Day 4 – we talked about how prayer is the glue that holds everything together on our journey of speaking life. We also talked about how day 3’s topic set the foundation for our prayers by building our faith.

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Comments

  1. Dawn Shea says

    Thank you for the sharing recent posts on the words we speak. One of the reasons I homeschool is to keep my children from negative words, yet I catch myself using them. I needed the reminder to pray,confess and meditate on what is good.