“Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord.” Luke 2:11
There is undeniable beauty in the Christmas season. However, the excitement and anticipation can be overshadowed by expectations and demands. Among numerous preparations, gifts to buy, cards to send, and baking to do, there are also homeschooling demands.
For homeschoolers, there are preparations that must be made before taking a Christmas break. This may mean wrapping up projects and assignments, reporting progress to education authorities, or planning curriculum for the new year.
All of this activity can rob us of our enjoyment of this precious time of year and before we know it, we’re mourning lost opportunities and the fact that another Christmas has come and gone….
You can learn how to make much of Jesus…
You can learn how to make much of Jesus with your homeschoolers this holiday season by reading the rest of my article over at Ministry of Hope with Melanie Redd.
Even though we’ve only “known” each other for a few months, Melanie has been such a joy and blessing to me. It’s an honour and a privilege to be guest posting on her site and if you haven’t met yet, then I’m delighted to be able to introduce you to this sister in Christ!
Also, please make sure to check out the other fabulous posts in this series (which is running from November 9 – December 30, 2015).
Comments are closed on this post, but I’ll meet you over at Melanie’s website! Come and visit us HERE!