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The Homeschool Leadercast is a daily podcast. We interview several knowledgeable guests. They include other homeschool bloggers, homeschool organizational leaders, authors, speakers, homeschool advocates, supportive political figures and many more.

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Episode 82: Brooke McGlothlin on Praying for Boys
PRAYING FOR BOYS Raising children is a challenge. Boys certainly aren’t an exception. They are hard wired to be rambunctious, daring, and even willing to challenge us as parents. Today you are going to hear from Brooke McGlothlin. Brooke is the President and Co-Founder of The MOB Society and the author of Gospel Centered Mom,...
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Episode 81: Tyler Hogan – Confessions of a Homeschool Graduate
Confessions of a Homeschool Graduate Tyler Hogan is a homeschool graduate whose parents ran the Bright Ideas Press homeschool curriculum publishing company of which Tyler is now the head of curriculum development for. Tyler is going to talk about what it means to be a homeschool graduate and his experiences along the way. He is going...
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Episode 80: Scott Dix on Anthony Comstock: The Forgotten Story of America’s Most Successful Christian Social Reformer
Anthony Comstock: The Forgotten Story of America’s Most Successful Christian Social Reformer Before there was Margaret Sanger, there was Anthony Comstock.  Comstock accomplished almost overnight what it took Sanger and others over 100 years to undo.  Comstock was the prime-mover being the 1873 Post Office Act which banned obscenity and abortion, as well as contraception....
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Episode 79: Kathie Morrissey -Building Character in our Children
Building Character in our Children We have another wonderful guest for you today, Kathie Morrissey of The Character Corner. This interview was recorded in February of 2014, but the message Kathie gives is timebound Biblical advice. Character is formed in children and as they grow into adults.  It is something that is learned, so we...
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Episode 78: Meredith Curtis- Wonderful, Wacky Teenagers
Wonderful, Wacky Teenagers Even the godliest of children can be a little wacky when they hit puberty. With hormones rushing through their bloodstream, teens can be highly emotional, need more sleep, and have serious lapses in judgment. Yet, they are wonderful, interesting, funny, energetic, and enchanting. If they fall in love with Jesus, they are...
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Episode 77: Jay Schabacker on his book Purposeful Design – Understanding the Creation
Purposeful Design – Understanding the Creation Today we will be talking about Jay Schabacker ’s book  “Purposeful Design – Understanding the Creation.”  Jay will be talking about God’s wonderful design of the world and why it’s important to understand purposeful design.  As the description of the book points out, Purposeful Design beautifully reveals the principles...
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Episode 76: Colleen Kessler on Homeschooling Gifted & Emotionally Intense Children
Homeschooling Gifted & Emotionally Intense Children Many parents question if their child is gifted and whether or not they should even homeschool their children.  Gifted children do come with their own challenges. Usually gifted children are emotionally intense. We often don’t know how to keep them motivated or even if we can meet their needs.  Well...
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Episode 75: David & Lisa Nehring discuss Awareness of Trends & Challenges in Homeschooling
Awareness of Trends & Challenges in Homeschooling The way education goes is the way our country goes.  That is the message from David and Lisa Nehring today.  There is a lot to be concerned with in education, much of which is why we homeschool.  It is important for us to pay attention.  Everything that happens...
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Episode 74: Karen Childress talks about Homeschooling your High-Schooler and College Preparation
Homeschooling your High-Schooler and College Preparation Today we are going to be speaking with Karen Childress about homeschooling your high schooler and preparing them for college. There is a lot that goes into planning your child’s high school education. It can be intimidating and complex. Karen will explain why not only are you capable and...
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Episode 73: Brad Baldridge on Late Stage College Planning
Late Stage College Planning Many families are facing the challenge of college planning and more particularly, late stage college planning. There are concerns about finances, choosing a college and more.  Many parents have questions and concerns about scholarships, entrance exams and more.  This can be a complex and scary area to traverse.  Today’s guest, Brad...
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Episode 72: Kevin Swanson talks about Discipling the Next Generation and Re-establishing a Biblical Worldview
Discipling the Next Generation and Re-establishing a Biblical Worldview  The Homeschooling movement in this country is vital to our future.  God’s word tell us that it’s the parents responsibility to educate our children.  Unfortunately, we have surrendered our children to the state and allowed a government controlled school system to tell our kids that there...
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Episode 71: Leah Brooks on Great Gardening for Healthy Homeschoolers
Great Gardening for Healthy Homeschoolers God does care what we eat and Eating properly glorifies him.  God’s word contains no shortage of talking about food.  The Bible also tells us our body is a temple and we are to treat it as such.  What is just as important is teaching our children how to eat...
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Episode 70: Heather Laurie talks about Special Needs Homeschooling
Special Needs Homeschooling Today we are going to address special needs homeschooling.  We need to understand that as parents of special needs children, there are options. And not only is homeschooling an option, but it is more likely a better option and sometimes the only one.  Homeschooling is ideal for the special needs student and...
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Episode 69: Shane Vander Hart fills us in on the Intricacies of Common Core
The Intricacies of Common Core Today we continue our discussion on common core with Shane Vander Hart, who has contributed many articles and insight on the matter. As we see how states are enticed or coerced into accepting common core, we become more understanding of why it is so controversial.  Common core is used by the...
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Episode 68: Matthew and Ellen Gerwitz tell us about Common Core
Common Core Hello friends. Today we are discussing common core, what it is, how it affects us and what we can do about it.  Simply put, Common Core is a Federal Takeover of Education and it’s ultimate goal is to have all student follow the same national standards. This failed educational approach undermines educational quality...
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Episode 67: Mark Conner talks about STEM Education – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math
STEM Education – Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics , also known as STEM, is everywhere; it involves most all of our day to day activities and shapes our everyday experiences. It will be a bigger and bigger part our future—the future of our country, and the future of our children.  STEM...
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Episode 66: Sonya Shafer talks about the Charlotte Mason method
The Charlotte Mason Method Today’s guest, Sonya Shafer of SimplyCharlotteMason.com, tells us to teach the child, not the curriculum.  This is the basis of the Charlotte Mason method. It is based on Charlotte‘s firm belief that the child is a person and we must educate that whole person, not just his or her mind.  A Charlotte...
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Episode 65: Lori Lane on Educating the Whole Heart of a Child
Educating the Whole Heart of a Child God’s instruction to us is to raise up our children to honor and glorify Him.  To do so, we must have a heart based approach to parenting. In doing so, our children begin to ask “What is the right thing to do to honor God?”  There are many...
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Episode 64: William Estrada talks about Parental Rights and the Two Dangerous UN Treaties
Parental Rights and the Danger of UN Treaties We as parents should be very concerned about two treaties that many are pushing to be ratified here in the United States. They are the Coventions on the Rights of a Child and Convention on the Right of Persons with Disabilities. The titles of the treaties sound...
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Episode 63: Rebecca Brandt talks about Planting Seeds in our Children
Planting Seeds in our Children Our mission here at the Homeschool Leadercast is to help families raise up a Generation for Christ. As Christian parents we are called and commanded to raise our children to love the Lord and make disciples of all nations.  This means we must teach our children’s God’s Word, and plant...
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Episode 62: Dianna Wiebe talks to us about Teaching Our Children Bible Study Skills
Teaching Our Children Bible Study Skills Friends, I don’t think I have to tell you how important it is to lead our children to Christ and have them walk with the Lord. After all, part of the mission here at The Homeschool Leadercast is to help parents in their efforts to raise a generation for...
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Episode 61: Andrew Pudewa talks about Developing Excellent Writing and Communication Skills
Developing Excellent Writing and Communication Skills Adults and children alike need to be equipped to speak, write, think and communicate effectively. It’s been that way throughout history. Unfortunately, as many children really struggle in just the basics of writing, they can learn to hate writing.  We need to overcome the struggle and learn the basic...
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Episode 60: Pearl Barrett & Serene Allison talk about Their Book Trim Healthy Mama
Trim Healthy Mama Friends, we are going to bring on two guests today, sisters Pearl Barrett & Serene Allison who are the authors of the bestselling book, Trim Healthy Mama.  You might be a bit skeptical about a book that has the word “Trim” in the title. This is only natural as so many mothers...
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Episode 59: Kendra Fletcher talks about Homeschooling Older Ones with Little Ones Under Foot
Homeschooling Older Ones with Little Ones Under Foot Some of the biggest challenges in homeschooling come with homeschooling large families. There are questions about what activities to do with everyone at the same time, organization, planning, and a specialty topic of today’s guest, homeschooling older ones with little ones under foot.  Planning, organization and goals...
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Episode 58: Dr. Scott Turansky on a Heart Based Approach to Parenting
A Heart Based Approach to Parenting There is a real difference between a heart based approach to parenting and behavioral modification. As parents, we must have our children’s heart. The concepts of this approach can easily be identified in God’s word, which today’s guest, Dr. Scott Turansky will tell you is a barrel of resources....
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Episode 57: Dr. James Wanliss: The Dark Green Environmentalist Indoctrination of our Children
How the Dark Green Environmentalist Education & Indoctrination of our Children is against a Biblical Worldview There are many things creating great concern among Christians today and some things come with a nice package and convincing talking points. But when we look deep down, we see a frightening worldview that is harmful, damaging, and unbiblical....
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Episode 56: Nicole McGhee discusses Homeschooling in the Military
Homeschooling in the Military Here in the United States, citizens are free to worship the Lord. They are free to express themselves and free to homeschool our children. America is a free society and this is due in no small part to the major sacrifices of the men and women in the armed services. But...
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Episode 55: Susan Evans will tell us why Homeschooling is the Best Option and why You are the Best Teacher for Your Children
Homeschooling is the Best Option and why You are the Best Teacher for Your Children Friends, you are the best teacher for your children because God has made you so. God’s word tells us as much over and over again. Beyond all the evidence that homeschooling is the best option for your children, beyond the...
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Episode 54: John Wilkerson on Technology in Homeschooling, Online Safety and The Wired Homeschool Blog & Podcast
Technology in Homeschooling, Online Safety and The Wired Homeschool Blog & Podcast Much of the expansive growth in homeschooling is due in no small part to technology including the internet. There are numerous resources, uses, and online communities that have been highly used. When it comes to homeschooling our children we have more opportunities than ever...
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Episode 53: Jimmie Lanley talks about Blogging, Google+ and the iHomeschool Network
Blogging, Google+ and the iHomeschool Network Many homeschool moms out there are seeking new alternatives for income and one alternative is blogging, often affectionately referred to as “mommyblogging.”  Blogging is very suitable for homeschool moms because it offers great flexibility, it can be born out of a passion for a particular niche and many homeschool...
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Episode 52: Scot Gilmore talks about Starting a Home Based Business & Kit Naturals
Starting a Home Based Business & Kit Naturals An increasing number of homeschool families are becoming entrepreneurs and business owners. And why not?  Consider that one of the ideas of homeschooling is to spend more time with your children, why not have more freedom and flexibility? Or the fact that as one parent goes off...
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Episode 51: David Barton talks about the Education of America’s Christian Heritage
The Education of America’s Christian Heritage America has forgotten it’s history, it’s heritage and it’s heroes. America no longer stands on the moral, religious, and constitutional foundation which America was built. In the last half century or more, a progressive education has undermined the founding principles of America through attacks and revisionist history. In order...
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Episode 50: Alan Scholl on Biblical and Constitutional Values in Freedom Project Education
Biblical and Constitutional Values in Freedom Project Education We are really losing our way in America and around the world and much of that is due to the absence of Biblical principles in our lives and education. Whether it be in the home, at school and even at church, we are losing our will to...
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Episode 49: Demetria Zinga talks about Homeschool Burnout and Mompreneur-ship
Homeschool Burnout and Mompreneur-ship Today we are going to talk with someone who understands the needs and challenges of a homeschool mom.  Whether it is loneliness, burnout, an understanding that you shouldn’t compare yourself or your family to others, or the need to bring in some extra income, Demetria Zinga has been there, understands it...
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Episode 48: Coach Rick Andreassen talks about the Calling of a Parent & Encouraging Our Children
 Calling of a Parent & Encouraging Our Children There is no greater calling than being a parent. Our words and our relationships with our children affect them for life in who they are.  Our children must know we love them unconditionally.  They must also know who they are in Jesus Christ. Our guest today is...
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Episode 47: Mary Hood talks about Relaxed Homeschooling & ARCHERS for the Lord
Relaxed Homeschooling & ARCHERS for the Lord Homeschooling isn’t necessarily supposed to a bore.  Homeschooling for many is about freedom.  Freedom from the way traditional schools operate, the mass robotic educations system, and freedom from the one size fits all way of doing things.  Homeschooling can be relaxed and enjoyable.  This is where relaxed homeschooling...
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Episode 46: Steve and Annette Economides talk about Budgeting
Budgeting Are you struggling with finances or do you wish to find a better way to live within your means? Ninety-percent of us need a budget and are unlikely to be successful without one. We need to know what our boundaries and limitations are and what it truly means to have a budget. Many people...
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Episode 45: Chris Hohnholz talks about Godly Parenting, Evangelism and the Cross Encounters Radio Show
Godly Parenting, Evangelism and the Cross Encounters Radio Show In today’s world, it may be more difficult than ever to raise godly children.  The sin around us seems to be magnified more than ever and the social pressures complicate discipling to our children.  But we are called to raise our children up in the nurture...
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Episode 44: Hal & Melanie Young talk about their new book: My Beloved and My Friend, How To Be Married To Your Best Friend Without Changing Spouses
My Beloved and My Friend: How To Be Married To Your Best Friend Without Changing Spouses Longtime,  successful marriages are those in which  the couples view their spouses as their best friends.  Being in love is easy and  essential to the best marriages. But that is just the beginning.  All successful relationships  are also friendships....
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Episode 43: Denise McLain talks about Classical Conversations and Teaching the Classical Model
Classical Conversations and Teaching the Classical Model of Education Many parents homeschool their children today because they are called by God to do so. It is often a matter of character building and discipling. But oftentimes, its because they want their children to actually learn well.  That is, to be well educated, to be smart....
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Episode 42: Crystal Paine: Say Goodbye to Survival Mode
Say Goodbye to Survival Mode: 9 Simple Strategies to Stress Less, Sleep More, and Restore Your Passion for Life We live in a day and age where so much more is expected of us.  We take on so much and live in such a high demand, fast paced culture.  And it takes it’s toll on...
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Episode 41: Michael Duncan on Studying the Bible and Imparting Faith on Our Children
Studying the Bible and Imparting Faith on Our Children Through the Bible, the only source of absolute divine authority, God will communicate with us His will for our lives. The Bible is infallible in its totality, inerrant in its parts, is complete, is authoritative and final, is totally sufficient for our needs, accomplishes what it...
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Episode 40: Dara Halydier on Applying Scripture in Everyday Life and her Newly Released Book: As They Sit and Stand
 Applying Scripture in Everyday Life and Her Newly Released Book: As They Sit and Stand “These commandments that I give you today are to be on your hearts. Impress them on your children. Talk about them when you sit at home and when you walk along the road, when you lie down and when you get...
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Episode 39: Dennis Gundersen on Servant’s Hearts in Our Children and Shepherding Our Children with Eternal Aims
Servant’s Hearts in Our Children and Shepherding Our Children with Eternal Aims As parents, God ordained us to impart faith upon our children. It is important to foster a servant’s heart in our children. This is done by modeling our own behavior. If we intend to shepherd our children with with eternal aims in fear...
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Episode 38: David and Leslie Nunnery founders of the Teach Them Diligently Convention
Today we have the founders of the Teach Them Diligently Conventions with us, David and Leslie Nunnery and we are going to talk about the conventions, what they are all about and what you can expect when you visit. You can visit the convention website at teachthemdiligently.net.   David is also the president of a mission agency...
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Episode 37: Devin Dabney on Homeschool Technology and The Connected Homeschooling podcast
Homeschool Technology and The Connected Homeschooling podcast In today’s homeschooling, it’s hard for many of us to imagine homeschooling without technological resources.  And although many homeschoolers don’t use technology, it has many advantages.  Our next guest is Devin Dabney, a technology strategist, homeschool podcaster, and even an online piano instructor.  He is going to talk...
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Episode 36: Jeff Klick on a Biblical Marriage, Family and Parenting
Biblical Marriage, Family and Parenting Today’s topic is on Christ centric marriage, family and parenting. In order to raise a generation that walks with Christ, we must be family centered. As parents, particularly husbands and fathers, we must understand our responsible to lead our family in Christ. We must model our marriage in Christ. Understanding...
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Episode 35: Jim Weiss on Storytelling and Greathall Productions
Storytelling and Greathall Productions Storytelling can be a wonderful activity used to captivate listeners and form bonds and relationships with our children.  It can be easy and fun or even elevated to an art form.  Today we are going to speak with storyteller Jim Weiss of GreatHall Productions.  He is going to talk to us...
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Episode 34: Steve and Annette Economides talk about Money Management and Frugal Living
Money Management and Frugal Living Today’s episode is about money management. Is is important that we learn to manage money, be good stewards of it and set an example for our children.  Remember that when it comes to our kids, more is caught than taught. Many Americans are buried in debt today. Many families get into...
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Episode 33: Dr. Lainna Callentine on Relationships between Healthcare & Homeschoolers and Her Ministry SciExperience.com
Relationships between Healthcare & Homeschoolers and SciExperience.com As homeschoolers, our trust and relationships among those outside the homeschool community is often fragile, and this includes the healthcare community. There are challenges and questions from both sides.  Our next guest, Dr. Lainna Callentine, a homeschooling mom and a pediatrician, is going to talk to us a...
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Episode 32: Felice Gerwitz talks about the Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network
The Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network I am excited to bring you today’s episode because we will be talking with Felice Gerwitz about her new Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network, in which she produces and entire network of podcasts, not unlike this one where you can hear homeschool leaders share their passion and expertise.  With the explosion...
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Episode 31: Israel Wayne on Family Renewal, Discipleship, Full-Time Parenting and Homeschooling
Family Renewal, Discipleship, Full-Time Parenting and Homeschooling Here on the Homeschool Leadercast we have talked several times about discipling our children, raising them up to know and love Christ and teaching them through a biblical worldview.  This is such an important area that it cannot be understated, and yet many Christian parents still need more...
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Episode 30: Shawn Lamb on Authoring Christian Fiction and her Biblical Allegorical Fantasy Series for Young Adults
Authoring Christian Fiction and Shawn Lamb’s Biblical Allegorical Fantasy Series for Young Adults It’s important in our children’s reading they they get hope and perspective based on good moral character with a foundation of biblical principles.  This goes for fiction as well. Much of what we see in fiction and even Christian fiction today is...
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Episode 29: Kimberly Williams on Home Discipleship and her new book
Home Discipleship As parents, we are commanded by God to disciple our children and raise them up to love the Lord and follow his teaching.  As the old adage goes, more is caught than taught and if we don’t disciple our children, then they will learn from outside influences. And unfortunately, society today has more...
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Episode 28: Chris & Wendy Jeub on Speech and Debate, and TrainingMinds.org
Speech and Debate, and TrainingMinds.org Debating offers profound and lasting benefits for individuals, for societies and for the global community as a whole. With its emphasis on critical thinking, effective communication, independent research and teamwork, debate teaches skills that serve individuals well in school, in the workplace, and in life. Debaters have been proven to...
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Episode 27: Linda Lacour Hobar on World History and Her Mystery of History Series
World History and The Mystery of History Series It’s important for us to know history, to learn from history and be inspired by history.  And as believers, isn’t God’s word a historical account?   History doesn’t need to be boring nor does teaching history ultimately have to be ineffective.  There are ways to develop a child’s...
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Episode 26: Tim Shoemaker on Family Devotions and Other Ways We Can Teach Our Kids about God
Family Devotions and Other Ways We Can Teach Our Kids about God The Bible lays out for us what it means to be a man of integrity, to love God with all our heart, to love our wives as Christ loved the church and to disciple our children.  As men, we need to understand how...
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Episode 25: Rhea Perry on Home Businesses and Godly Entrepreneurship for Homeschoolers
Home Businesses and Entrepreneurship for Homeschoolers Today, many homeschool families are looking for a way to allow one or both parents to work from home. That is, to homeschool and run a home-based business at the same time. Not only is this very doable, it also provides an opportunity to teach your child about entrepreneurship,...
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Episode 24: Dana Bailey on Homeschool Burnout, Finding Quiet Time and Homeschooling a Large Family
Homeschool Burnout, Finding Quiet Time and Homeschooling a Large Family We are going to talk a little bit today about homeschool burnout. Many homeschool families and homeschool moms are overwhelmed and for most of them, burnout does come in some form or another. It’s important for homeschool moms to know that they are not alone. ...
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Episode 23: Steve Demme Teaching and Discipling our Children, Honoring our Wives and Relationships with our Family
Teaching and Discipling our Children, Honoring our Wives and Relationships with our Family You know, God’s word full of principles on how to be wonderful  husbands, fathers, leaders, followers, teachers and basically anything we do in life.  God instructs men to honor our wives and love our children, but first we must know God and...
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Episode 22: Ben Swann on The Liberty Movement and Homeschooling
The Liberty Movement and Homeschooling We are at a crossroads with homeschooling in America.  After legalizing it in all 50 states the past several decades, homeschoolers have relatively been left to homeschool by and large.  But now, with the expansive growth of homeschooling, which threatens the government control of our children and ultimately governmental control...
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Episode 21: Joyce Herzog on Early Learning, Homeschooling & The Scaredy Cat Reading System
Early Learning, Homeschooling & The Scaredy Cat Reading System Its important to understand that although some children begin learning academics early and some later, they all begin learning, as early as in the womb.  We need to begin early teaching our children virtues and who God is. The rest will come.  And if we do...
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Episode 20: Denise Eide on Teaching English, Struggling Learners and Illiteracy in America
Teaching English, Struggling Learners and Illiteracy in America According to a study conducted in late April by the U.S. Department of Education and the National Institute of Literacy, 32 million adults in the U.S. can’t read. That’s 14 percent of the population. 21 percent of adults in the U.S. read below a 5th grade level,...
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Episode 19: Jeff Swanson on Evidence of a Young Earth, the Bible as a Foundation for all Teaching and the Plan Bible
Evidence of a Young Earth, the Bible as a Foundation for all Teaching and the Plan Bible Let me ask you a question. How old is the earth?….Or how about this…How long has mankind been walking the earth?…Well if you are a product of the public school system, or even many private or Christian schools,...
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Episode 18: Carolyn Forte on Vigilance in Protecting Homeschool Freedoms and Learning Styles of Children
Vigilance in Protecting Homeschool Freedoms and Learning Styles of Children There is a spiritual warfare on the homeschooling front.  As homeschooling grows and is more widely accepted, there are many people today who see homeschooling as a threat to their idea of what our culture and society should be; independent, accountable and a strength in...
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Episode 17: Ann Dunagan on World Missions and Mission Minded Families
World Missions and Mission Minded Families The last recorded personal directive of Christ  to his disciples before he ascended into heaven, was this: Then Jesus came to them and said, “All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name...
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Episode 16: Jim Hodges on How His AudioBooks of Classic Writings Teach History, Geography, Character and Language
Audio Books of Classic Writings that Teach History, Geography, Character and Language Sometimes it can be difficult to find good Classical writings that reflect our Christian values and beliefs systems.  Often times authors sell themselves out or just aren’t true to their own convictions.  It can also be difficult to find classical writings that teach...
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Episode 15: Todd Wilson on Encouraging our Homeschooling Wives and Building Relationships with our Children
Encouraging our Homeschooling Wives and Building Relationships with our Children Todd Wilson, author of Help! I’m Married to a Homeschooling Mom and The Official Book of Homeschooling Cartoons, is a dad, writer, conference speaker, and former pastor. Todd’s humor and gut-honest realness have made him a favorite speaker at homeschool conventions across the country and...
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Episode 14: Carol Topp talks about Micro-Businesses for Teens and Running a Homeschool Co-Op
Micro-Businesses for Teens and Running a Homeschool Co-Op Carol Topp, CPA is an author and accountant specializing in tax preparation, small/micro business accounting, and nonprofit accounting. She is also a retired homeschool mom. After homeschooling for 14 years, both of her daughters are now in college. Carol is the is the author several books including...
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Episode 13: Becky Cooke talks about Homeschooling Highschoolers and the Benefits of HSLDA
Homeschooling Highschoolers and the Benefits of HSLDA Becky Cooke and her husband Jim live in Northern Virginia where they homeschooled their three children from kindergarten until college. Today her children are enjoying careers in law, software development, and medicine.  Becky now enjoys equipping parents to teach their children through the high school years and to...
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Episode 12: Norm Wakefield on How Men can Apply God’s Word in their Homes and with their Families
How Men can Apply God’s Word in their Homes and with their Families Norm Wakefield is the Executive Director of The Spirit of Elijah Ministries, International. He is an author and has been a keynote and featured speaker at homeschool conventions since 1992. He and his wife, Alma, live in Bulverde, TX where they continue...
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Episode 11: Dr. Jay Wile on Creation Science and Teaching Students how to Defend and Keep the Faith through Science
Creation Science and Teaching Students how to Defend and Keep the Faith through Science Dr. Jay L. Wile holds an earned Ph.D. in nuclear chemistry and a B.S. in chemistry, both from the University of Rochester.  He has won several awards for excellence in teaching and has presented lectures on the topics of Nuclear Chemistry, Christian Apologetics, Homeschooling,...
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Episode 10: Rachel Coker a Homeschool Graduate, on Writing, Getting Published and Her Books
A Homeschool Graduate talks about Writing, Getting Published and Her Books Rachel Coker is an eighteen-year-old homeschool graduate who lives in Virginia with her parents and two sisters. She has a passion for great books and has been surrounded by them all her life. In fact, as a young child, Rachel helped her parents in a family-run...
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Episode 9: Holly Britton on Homeschool Planning, Organization and Her Book: The Planned Approach
Homeschool Planning, Organization and The Planned Approach Holly Britton is a wife, mom and dedicated home educator of four. She is author of the new book, The Planned Approach: A Home Educator’s Guide to Designing the School Year (due out December 2013.) Holly regularly speaks to home educators and parents at conventions, retreats, and workshops....
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Episode 8: Jim Bob Howard talks about Dads Leading Homeschooling & His Family
Dads Leading Homeschooling & His Family Jim Bob Howard is a homeschool dad of 11 years. He and his bride, Amy, have four children all of whom they homeschool for God’s glory, in Northern Virginia. Natives of Texas, the Howards are TDY in Virginia for the time-being, where Jim Bob does IT consulting in the DC area. He’s been a...
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Episode 7: Mark Hamby talks about Character Building through Stories, Book Recommendations and Lamplighter
Character Building through Stories, Book Recommendations and Lamplighter Mark Hamby (M.S., M.Div., Th.M., D. Min. cand.) is founder and president of Lamplighter Ministries, which consists of Lamplighter Publishing, Lamplighter Theatre, Lamplighter Guild, Life-Transforming Seminars and Lamplighter Moments Daily Radio Broadcast. He and his wife Debbie have been married for 34 years and have three adult...
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Episode 6: Dr. Paul Cates talks about the History of Homeschooling, Qualifications of a Spiritual Teacher and Faith Christian Ministries
History of Homeschooling, Qualifications of a Spiritual Teacher and Faith Christian Ministries Dr. Paul Cates is the President and Founder of Faith Christian Ministries, and Superintendent of Faith Christian Academy, 1983 – present.  He works with students and their families in the development of an Individual Cognitive Plan (ICP) for each student, provides training to...
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Episode 5: Candace Allgood talks about Preschool Learners, Bible Memorization and Sonbeams
Preschool Learners, Bible Memorization and Sonbeams Every preschooler has a special teacher they look up to, someone that gets down on their level and making learning fun… Mrs. Candace (but pronounced Miss Candace) loved her days as a preschool teacher, but now is thankful for her days as a homeschool preschool teacher. Mom to 6...
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Episode 4: Don McChesney talks about Classical Education, Common Core and Equip Education
Classical Education, Common Core and Equip Education Don McChesney and his wife Nicole began life anew during the spring of 1998 when they gave their lives to Jesus Christ. They are now in the 12th year of home educating their children. The oldest of their five children recently graduated from their homeschool and now attends...
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Episode 3: Vicki Dincher talks about Teaching Science to Your Homeschool Student
Teaching Science to Your Homeschool Student Vicki is an author and speaker. She holds an MS in biology. Though she was determined to have a career in health science, the Lord led her to stay home and teach her four children in 1985. Today, all four either have earned or are currently pursuing graduate degrees...
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Episode 2: Kathy H. Lee talks about Adoption and Early Childhood Education
Adoption and Early Childhood Education Our guest is Kathy H. Lee, author of The Homegrown Preschooler, 101 Easy Wacky Crazy Activities and Solutions for Early Childhood Directors has been dedicated to the well-being of young children for over 25 years.  As a former administrator and teacher, Kathy has extensive experience in the field of early childhood...
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Episode 1: Jeremy Jesenovec Welcome to the Homeschool Leadercast
Hello and welcome to the Homeschool Leadercast. I’m Jeremy Jesenovec your host and the founder of the show.  I am really excited that God has blessed me with this opportunity to bring to you great interviews with so many homeschooling leaders. The Homeschool Leadercast is a free, Christian homeschooling daily podcast, featuring inspiring interviews with...
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