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Keeping the Goal in Sight

Vol. 93, Prg. 11–15
November 2–6, 2009


The time you invest in homeschooling ministers to your children. Writing out goals and mission statements can help to keep that ministry organized and in focus—even when life gets busy. On this week’s program, Jason and Andrea Soldini share their suggestions for keeping the goal in sight.

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11/2  
Call to a Mission
11/3  
A Map for the Mission
11/4  
Mapmaking: How to Write a Mission Statement
11/5  
Map Navigation: How to Use a Mission Statement
11/6  
Seasons of Change

Guests:

Jason and Andrea SoldiniJason and Andrea Soldini
Jason and Andrea Soldini were married in 1994. They began homeschooling in 2000 and have three children. They live in South Florida and have a passion to show parents how the Word of God provides answers and direction for the common concerns and frustrations often experienced when homeschooling. They have authored Homeschooling By The Book and have spoken at conventions and homeschool groups. Please visit their website to learn more.

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Homeschooling by the Book

by
Jason and Andrea Soldini

Jason and Andrea Soldini’s new book shares advice for laying a strong, biblical foundation for your homeschool. Whether you are a first-time homeschooler searching for where to begin or an experienced homeschooler seeking revitalization and focus, this book offers thought-provoking ideas. Each chapter concludes with a study guide or suggestions for how to put what you have read into action. Jason and Andrea also include a list of suggested resources. To order, click the link above.

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