Life as a Lifeschooler
Best of Life as a Lifeschooler: The Joy of Relationship Homeschooling with Karen Campbell
We hope you are enjoying your summer break! Here's one of our best episodes to brighten your summer day: On this episode, I talk to one of my new favorite pioneer homeschoolers, Karen Campbell, abou
Best of Life as a Lifeschooler: Unhurried Homeschooling with Ana Willis
We hope you are enjoying your summer break! Here's one of our best episodes to brighten your summer day: What a joy to chat again with my friend, Ana Willis! Ana calls herself an "unhurried homeschooler," giving a nod to one of her (and my) homeschoo...
Homeschool Bravely – Jamie Erickson
On this episode, I talk with Jamie Erickson about her book, Homeschool Bravely, and how moms can learn to overcome their fear in homeschooling, trusting that God will complete a good work in their children.
Unhurried Homeschooling – Ana Willis
What a joy to chat again with my friend, Ana Willis! Ana calls herself an "unhurried homeschooler," giving a nod to one of her (and my) homeschool mentors, Durenda Wislon. (Both Durenda and Ana will be speaking at this year's Lifeschooling Conference!
Schedule or Routine?
Do you follow a segmented schedule, complete with time slots, or more of a routine in your homeschool? Or perhaps you relate to Christi's description of a "rhythm"! On this episode, Christi Deason joins us once again, this time to discuss scheduling.
The Joy of Relationship Homeschooling – Karen Campbell
On this episode, I talk to one of my new favorite pioneer homeschoolers, Karen Campbell, about relationship homeschooling! Interestingly, I went to college with Karen's daughter, Mollie, but didn’t know her very well and had no idea she had even been h...
Favorite Homeschooling Books – Philosophy
There’s just something about winter that lends itself to reading. It’s that time of year for comfort food, a favorite hot drink, and curling up by a fire with a good book. There are even cultural traditions centered around reading during the winter mon...
Lifeschooling and The Arts (Part 2) – Lorina Harris
(There is a bit of an echo in this recording. Apologies!) - In part 2 of my interview with Lorina Harris, we focus more on what their own homeschool looks like. - We start with a discussion of the importance of art with regard to academics.
Lifeschooling and The Arts (Part 1) – Lorina Harris
Episode 23 Lorina Harris is married to her husband, Cornelis, and they have two children that they have homeschooled for 18 years. Originally from Queens New York, Lorina has had the pleasure of being raised seeing great art in the museums and galleri...
Missions, Movies, and Lifeschooling (Part 1) – David Cook
On this episode of Life as a Lifeschooler, Danielle talks to David Cook, a former MK who was homeschooled and now works on many of the Christian film sets. David grew up on the mission field in Spain. A homeschool graduate,