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Help! Homeschool High School!!

At times in life we are asked to do things which seem impossible.  You may feel like homeschooling high school is one of those things.  I promise that it's NOT impossible, and many homeschoolers have gone before you, but God's promise has a little more weight behind it.
Isaiah 41:10

So do not fear, for I am with you;

do not be dismayed, for I am your God.

I will strengthen you and help you;

I will uphold you with my righteous right hand.

We can do things that seem impossible - even homeschool high school.  Don't be afraid.  Fear is being anxious or apprehensive about a possible event in the future.  But what can happen after you homeschool high school?  You could end up with a well educated child, well mannered, faith filled and hard working.

During the years of homeschooling high school, you can find the support and strength you need.  You can be strengthened through prayer, and occasionally calling out to God for help!  Parents often call out to the Lord for help - parenting is difficult business, after all.  Keep that strategy, and you don't need to be afraid of homeschooling high school.

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Guest - J W on Saturday, 06 June 2009 16:35

Amen!

"But what can happen after you homeschool high school? You could end up with a well educated child, well mannered, faith filled and hard working."

Not to mention "fuzzy" heeeheeehee - couldn't resist! My husband grew a beard in college too. In fact, I only crossed paths with him twice when he didn't have a beard, so I honestly don't remember what he looks like without one!

Amen! "But what can happen after you homeschool high school? You could end up with a well educated child, well mannered, faith filled and hard working." Not to mention "fuzzy" heeeheeehee - couldn't resist! My husband grew a beard in college too. In fact, I only crossed paths with him twice when he didn't have a beard, so I honestly don't remember what he looks like without one!
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