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  1. JeannieFulbright
    @ 6:26 pm

    Hi Simone, So sorry I just now saw this comment. I used several things. When they were very young, we read from Leading Little Ones to God, as they grew I often used adult devotionals.

  2. Simone Dehaney
    @ 6:47 pm

    Hi there,

    Thank you so much for this! You spoke to me about the frustrating part and wanting to give up. I too am putting devotions aside and I feel emense guilt. I do have one question for you though. What do you do for devotions? I didn’t grow up with family devotion so I’m a bit lost.

    Thank you,

  3. Brenda Mabusela
    @ 2:39 am

    Good day Jeannie
    I have a 3 year old daughter who is learning from home. I have learned a lot from reading this and I realised that importance of trusting the Holy Spirit in leading and guiding us. Thank you.

  4. JeannieFulbright
    @ 2:09 pm

    Thank you for your comment, Maria. It is such a blessing to hear from moms that have made it through, and are seeing the fruit of their labor, as well as God’s faithfulness.

  5. Maria Montgomery
    @ 6:55 am

    Dear Jeannie – thank you. This is such a wonderful encouragement. I finished homeschooling my lads a few years ago; wonderful and blessed years. Difficult and challenging years too. They are young adults now, still living at home, and working for us in our business. They are great men who are definitely works in progress, but I am so encouraged by your post as this training was dear to my heart and God is so faithfully still at work in both their, and my, hearts. This is timeless wisdom – thank you. I shall be passing this on to some of the young mums who are starting their homeschooling journeys. ❤️

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