The Spiritual Power of a Mother: Encouragement for the Homeschooling Mom

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Broadman & Holman, 2003 - Education - 116 pages
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As one of the most noted proponents of home schooling, Michael Farris has received many letters from home schooling moms on various issues where moms need encouragement. Michael's answers to these letters along with other articles that he has written encouraging mothers make up the chapters of The Spiritual Power of a Mother.

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User Review  - Michelle Rebstock - Goodreads

This book is a mixed bag of good and bad. There were some parts I really loved and others where I was like well...okay. Overall if you are looking for encouragement as a homeschooling mama - this is a wonderful book. Read full review

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User Review  - Leah - Goodreads

I felt like this book basically said "If you aren't homeschooling your children, then you don't have any spiritual power." Or "If you aren't homeschooling, then you aren't really a good mom." Nothing ... Read full review

Contents

The Spiritual Power of a Mother
1
Baby Love
25
Christys Graduation
29
Copyright

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About the author (2003)

Michael Farris has the experience needed for a book of this kind--he's the father of six daughters and four sons! President of Patrick Henry College, a constitutional lawyer, and chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association, he counsels men and women across the nation on parenting issues. The Farris family lives in Virginia.

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