|About the Book|
Love one another. Encourage one another. Pray for one another. Be kind to one another. Serve one another. Scripture is filled with dozens of these lovely one another passages that, when applied in individual ways with our own children and within theMoreLove one another. Encourage one another. Pray for one another. Be kind to one another. Serve one another. Scripture is filled with dozens of these lovely one another passages that, when applied in individual ways with our own children and within the context of the homeschooling family, bring a new joy to family life.In The Joy of Relationship Homeschooling, author and veteran homeschooler, Karen Campbell, encourages homeschooling moms to make relationships a priority by putting these one another verses into practice. A natural storyteller, Campbell shares candidly what she learned during the nearly three decades she taught her own children. Also included is a refreshingly simple explanation of common educational terms, a handy overview of learning styles, a frank discussion of the enemies of the homeschooling family, a look at ways reconciliation can occur between parents and their estranged adult children, helpful suggestions for caring for elderly family members, and a step-by-step guide for hosting a retreat for homeschooling mothers.Homeschooling mom, author, and attorney Christine Field, who also wrote the foreword, says The Joy of Relationship Homeschooling is “destined to become a homeschool classic” and Dr. Jay Wile, author of the popular “Exploring Creation with” series of textbooks says, “If you want honest wisdom that will aid you in your homeschooling journey, this book is exactly what you are looking for!Karen Campbell holds a B.S. in Human Relations and Secondary Education from Judson University and lives on the Illinois prairie with Clay, her husband and best friend of 39 years. They have 6 children and 14 grandchildren.