Homeschool Bravely: How to Squash Doubt, Trust God, and Teach Your Child with Confidence

Homeschool Bravely: How to Squash Doubt, Trust God, and Teach Your Child with Confidence

Quiet the voices of "not good enough" and step courageously into guilt-free homeschooling

Many homeschool parents have a long-term relationship with self-doubt. "Did I make the right decision?" "Could someone else do this better?" "Am I robbing my kids of something by not sending them to ‘regular school’?"

What if there’s a better way?

Not a 3-step technique or a shiny, new curriculum, but a change in perspective that transforms the way you plan, teach, and homeschool?

Homeschool Bravely teaches you to see homeschooling as a calling, helps you overthrow the tyranny of impossible expectations, and guides you through the common bumps in the road, including how to:


juggle school and parenting with toddlers at home
teach a struggling learner
plan with the end in mind
accept your own limitations without feeling guilty
stay the course even in the face of criticism
Reclaim your hope, renew your purpose, and transform your homeschool. Because the truth is: God will use every part of your homeschool, even your fears, faults, and failures, to weave good plans for your kids.

Title:Homeschool Bravely: How to Squash Doubt, Trust God, and Teach Your Child with Confidence
ISBN:9780802418876
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  • Jen Solak

    As a potential homeschooling mom for my now three year old twins, I saw this book and thought it might be a neat read. It was soooo much more than expected. It gave not only good advice for homeschool...

  • Cassie Troja

    This book is FANTASTIC for new homeschool moms. I’d even recommend it to veteran homeschool moms. I wish I had the money to buy it for all my homeschooling mom friends. Truly, I do. This is the most...

  • Priscilla

    Loved this. Will probably recommend and buy copies for friends in the throws of homeschooling. But I found that so many phrases and helps could be directed at any mother in her current choice of schoo...

  • Sarah Humble

    I loved this book! It was exactly what I needed as we just decided to homeschool next year. It’s filled with hope as well as the permission not to do it all! I love how seeped in Scripture it is and...

  • Callie

    I picked up this book in May, right before we finished school for the summer. It has taken me this long to finish it because I basically took a break from even thinking about school as soon as I could...

  • Suzy Berryman

    A fantastic book that every homeschool parent should read. It was very encouraging....

  • Bakertyl

    The first third of this book had me scared I was wasting my time, thought it was just a list of platitudes and Bible verses... I was pleasantly surprised and excited when the book became what I needed...

  • Lydia Howe

    WHY I CHOOSE THIS BOOKDespite the fact that I've read a lot of parenting books, I've never read any homeschooling books. That seemed like a fact I should remedy, and this book caught my eye, partly be...

  • Challice

    Homeschooling, that journey we take and then wonder if this was such a good idea after all. Jamie Erickson doesn't know me from Adam, but there was something personal when my word of the year was "Bra...

  • Heather

    As a veteran homeschool mom, I found this so encouraging for me. I wish I had found this when I started our journey. For those just starting and for those in the middle, there is so many nuggets of wi...