Learning That I’m Not My Kid’s Savior

I never completely bought the lie that I could be my children’s savior, but I’ve been seeing it more and more lately. Sometimes the homeschooling world communicates a message that we can somehow, if we work hard enough, ensure a certain outcome for our children. It’s a lot to carry. I know because I’ve tried.
  • Create a warm, learning environment.

  • Foster a love of reading by providing good literature.

  • Feed them the perfect, natural food.

  • Let them study things that interest them.

  • Go on family trips together and make it a learning experience.

Is God any more or less powerful depending on my ability to perform? Read the rest over at Joyful Mud Puddles. I’m hanging out over there today!

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