Hey, homeschoolers! I can’t believe it’s already September, but it is indeed. It’s time for another installment of the Trust Project. Each month, we are seeking to trust God with another area of our lives. This month, we seek to trust Him with our parents. More on that in a moment.
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Trusting God with Our Parents
Before we chat about trusting God with our parents, how did trusting God with finances go? I definitely had some money challenges this month and the Trust Project helped a lot. I also had a preview of challenges that are coming up and it wasn’t fun. But I still believe that focusing on trusting God is the most important focus I can have right now. If finances are still hard, keep working at it!
Trusting God with Our Parents Resources
We can have peace and even joy where our parents are concerned when we believe the truth, remember God’s faithfulness, understand the wisdom He has already given us, pray for them, and thank God for all He’s done in our parents’ lives and in ours.
Join me next week when we will talk about teaching kids entrepreneurship.
Have a happy homeschool week!