4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on June 4, 2010
I bought this book as a mom preparing and still somewhat debating whether I want to home school my kids. I have found that I love the way the author gives scriptures and perspective about homeschooling. I can see too how it would be a good encouragment in those days when I don't feel like homeschooling anymore.....because of a tough week or month. Anyway, love it.
12 of 18 people found the following review helpful
on January 1, 2005
i purchased this book, and it talks about the family being intact in order for ones home schooling vision to function.
i consider this book to be Christian and the info. is fresh, but i do think you will like it. This book does not give advice nor say to one to buy books from a correspondence school program, etc. The message is a simple one on here and it is about believing in God, having patience with ones wife, and vice versa and treating your kids right---this according to the author will help your home education program work. the author makes sense, how can ones educational vision work if one is drunk or cheating on ones spouse, etc. the advice is simple and it is built up in layers as you keep reading but it makes true sense. the literature is about 215 pages; this is recommended.