Fostering Leadership and Communication Skills

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Fostering Leadership and Communication Skills

A Guest Post from: Jennifer Janes

Jennifer is a former classroom teacher in her sixth year of homeschooling her two daughters. She has been married to her "forever man" for eleven years. She loves to write, read, do Bible study, and write in blue ink. You can connect with her on Twitter and Facebook and read more of her writing at her blog, Jennifer A. Janes.

Jennifer Janes is sharing about developing leadership and communication skills as a part of our series on 7 Tools.

7 Tools Book Club: Leadership

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Providing stimulating academics for your kids from ch 7 of 7 Tools for Cultivating Your Child’s Potential.

Adventures in Academics

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A Guest Post from: Kelli Becton

Kelli Becton is a published photo journalist who spends as much of her time as possible in the great outdoors with her husband and 3 boys. Living on the Gulf coast of Florida allows them to enjoy homeschool days exploring God's creation outside on a regular basis. They enjoy camping, hiking, and kayaking along the waters while learning more about the world around them. She writes about their experiences as the Outdoor Recreation Examiner online.  By putting God first in their life, they believe that all else falls right into place. Encouraging others for the Lord and helping homeschool families is the main purpose for her blog : Adventurez in ChildRearing.

Kelli from Adenturez in Child Rearing shares about their adventures in academics.

7 Tools Book Club: Academics

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Providing stimulating academics for your kids from ch 7 of 7 Tools for Cultivating Your Child’s Potential.

Making Disciples Starts by Being a Disciple

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A Guest Post from: Ashley Pichea

Ashley Pichea invites her blog readers to join her in “doing LIFE together – living intentionally by faith everyday” at LIFE by Ashley Pichea where she shares faith, family, and the adventures of homeschooling. Ashley invites you to connect with her on Twitter {@apichea} and Facebook {fb.com/lifebyashleypichea}.

As we consider how we can build character in our children’s lives through making disciples, we must be willing to first consider our own discipleship.