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We had the privilege of interviewing Sarah at the 2017 Great Homeschool Convention in Greenville, SC. In this short clip She talks what it means to teach from rest.
We had the privilege of interviewing Sarah at the 2017 Great Homeschool Convention in Greenville, SC. In this short clip She talks about the dangers of social media and comparing yourselves to other moms.
We had the privilege of interviewing Sarah at the 2017 Great Homeschool Convention in Greenville, SC. In this interview she talks about the importance of reading aloud to your kids, and gives heartfelt encouragement to homeschooling moms struggling to keep up.
Sarah Mackenzie is the author of Teaching from Rest: A Homeschooler’s Guide to Unshakable Peace and The Read-Aloud Family: Making Meaningful and Lasting Connections with Your Kids. She also hosts the Read-Aloud Revival podcast. Her books, podcast, and talks at homeschool conventions across the country have been a huge encouragement to countless scores of homeschool moms (Teaching from Rest was life-changing for our family!). You can find Sarah online at readaloudrevival.com.
“I want you to know, the time that you invest is oh so worth it. Those days when you feel like you’re a failure, those days when you feel like you’re going to ruin your child, you just keep showing up. Motherhood is the ministry of showing up. Show up moms. Show up every day. Be patient. Be diligent. Be faithful. God will reward you when you do not grow weary and quit. It’s always too soon to quit! The cool thing is, you can finish this race well. You can finish this race with kids who actually like you. You can finish this race with a family that’s intact. You can finish this race with kids who are able to stand strong in this world, that can take their place in the marketplace, that can function well in society, that can love the Lord and really make a difference in this world. And you have that opportunity when you choose to homeschool. And you just keep pressing on, and you keep leaning in to the Lord when those days are super hard. You can do it! I know you can!” – Connie Albers