I Can’t Homeschool: A Series Review!


Homeschooling can seem like a daunting journey, especially for those who are new to the concept. We are unsure of where to start, overwhelmed by the notion of taking on our children’s education, and feel as if we are not enough.

Join us in this series of encouragement, as we share reasons families think they can’t homeschool and offer support for those unsure of the adventure called homeschooling.


I Lack Self Control
They Won’t Listen
I’m Uneducated

I’m Unorganized
I Need ME Time
I Have Too Many KidsMy Kids Are Too Big
My Family Will DisapproveI’m A Dad!My Kids Have Special Needs

God didn’t call us to homeschool because we had it all together or because we were such incredible people. He called us to homeschooling because He wanted this for our children and He asked us to be faithful. He isn’t asking us to be perfect, He’s asking us to be obedient to His call.

Each of us is still a work in progress, being molded by our Creator into something better. Allow God to use your imperfect self to bring Him glory. Step out in faith, knowing He will see you through. You can do all things in Christ!

“Not that I have already obtained it or have already become perfect, but I press on so that I may lay hold of that for which also I was laid hold of by Christ Jesus”
Philippians 3:12

We’d love to know… Do you already homeschool? Help motivate other families by sharing previous doubts you may have had about taking on the adventure of homeschooling, and how the Lord helped you overcome for His glory and your family’s benefit!

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5 thoughts on “I Can’t Homeschool: A Series Review!

  1. My prayer, every day is that God will help me give my children what they need…and everything I miss that he will fail not to grant them. My fear of homeschooling was that they would miss out on classroom activities and friends. I am a previous elementary teacher and knew I could fulfill their needs academically. I wanted them to be involved with other children and extra-curricular activities.

    I quickly found that there was nothing to fear. My children have so many activities that I can’t keep up. They have other homeschool families they meet up with weekly and enjoy spending time with. It also allows me to have a community of like-minded women.

    I agree, we are still a work in progress by our creator. That is the encouragement I need each and every day as I know I can’t do it alone.

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  2. I already knew, as a product of homeschooling myself, that we would homeschool our children. What I didn’t anticipate was the learning and growth that would happen in me, as a result of homeschooling our own children. It’s been a ride that I wouldn’t trade for the world (yes, even on THOSE days). I know for a fact that God will continue to use homeschooling to teach and to mold me. God Bless!

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