Many parents choose to homeschool because they value family relationships. However, though it’s not intentional, it’s quite common for the children to become the priority and for the marriage relationship to be pushed aside. It’s difficult for a family to thrive if the relationship between husband and wife is not Christ-centered and healthy.
Yvette Hampton is joined by Kirk Cameron as he shares some of the lessons he and his wife, Chelsea, have learned about setting a solid foundation over the past 28 years of marriage, and through many years of homeschooling.
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Kirk Cameron has been a part of the national landscape since starring as “Mike Seaver” in the ABC hit sitcom, “Growing Pains.” That role turned him into a cultural icon in the 80’s, with his mullet hairstyle, cool sunglasses, and wisecracking comebacks. Since then, he’s appeared in numerous television and movie productions, including the “Left Behind” series, “Monumental,” and “Fireproof”- the marriage-centered film that became the #1 grossing inspirational movie of 2008. His newest film, Connect, offers “real help for parenting teens in a social media world.”
Kirk and his wife, Chelsea, met on the set of “Growing Pains” and have been married for over 27 years. Together they have six children and host an all-expenses-paid summer camp for terminally ill children and their families called Camp Firefly.
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