This is a fantastic episode for parents of boys and girls!
Boys and girls are different. As homeschooling families, we have the privilege of teaching our children according to their strengths and abilities, and encouraging them to be the people God made them to be. Join Durenda Wilson and Yvette Hampton as they discuss effective techniques for teaching boys and for growing them into the MEN that God wants them to be - the Godly future husbands for our daughters.
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Durenda Wilson is a 24-year veteran homeschooling mom of eight (born 1991-2004), six of whom have graduated. She has been married to Darryl for 30 years and they have 6 grandkids.
Durenda has written The Unhurried Homeschooler (a simple, mercifully short book on homeschooling) and Unhurried Grace for a Mom’s Heart. She is the owner, writer, and host of her blog and podcast, at DurendaWilson.com. She also enjoys speaking at events where she can encourage homeschool parents to lay aside unnecessary expectations and truly enjoy this homeschooling journey!
Watch Durenda Wilson’s previous session for the Homegrown Generation Family Expo, “Nurturing Sibling Relationships”.
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