The homeschool dad is much more important than he realizes. In this podcast episode, Deborah shares how the homeschool dad can support mom, the importance of praying for our husbands as spiritual leaders, and why dad truly is more important than he realizes. It’s Episode 54 of The Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show—“What About the Homeschool Dad?”
Are you ready for a special guest? In Episode 49 of The Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show, husband and wife duo Richard and Deborah Wuehler tag-team while ringing in the new year with “I Am Resolved to Homeschool.” Dive deep into the two terms: reason and resolution. Learn about a quality resource to find up-to-date homeschool statistics and be inspired as you begin a new year.
The seeds you plant today as you homeschool will bear fruit in the next generation. Hear more good news from Deborah Wuehler as she shares wisdom from over thirty years of homeschooling in Episode 35 of the Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show: Generational Homeschooling/Second Generation Homeschoolers.
Feeling alone or overwhelmed in homeschooling or motherhood? Here’s your support! All moms will appreciate Episode 28 of the Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show as Deborah Wuehler points listeners in the right direction in “When You Need Help: Where to Find Support.” Don’t miss the show notes, overflowing with hope and resources, on HomeschoolShow.com. Connections Connect
In this delightful interview with her husband, Stephanie Morrison provides useful ways to honor and encourage the homeschool dad. Don’t miss Episode 20 of the Hey, Mama! Homeschool Show: “How Can We Celebrate the Homeschool Dad?” Honest, entertaining, and memorable. Mamas, this may be just what you need to hear today. Connections Connect with God’s
Stephanie Morrison, Canada Team Manager from The Old Schoolhouse®, shares thoughts on the unique role fathers may play in home education in “What Is a Homeschool Dad’s Role?” Plus, hear wisdom from seasoned homeschool dads speaking at the recent Virtual Family Retreat. Connections Connect with God’s Word “I have no greater joy than to hear