A Remnant of Righteousness

A Remnant of Righteousness

with Anne Marie Gosnell

Anne Marie Gosnell Mommy Jammies Night with Gina Glenn A Remnant of Righteousness

 

Join Anne Marie as she focuses on moms being leaders of the remnant. We will dig into the book of Judges and pop into Ruth as we discuss teaching ethics and sanctification to our kids. Let’s make sure they know the WHY and the HOW of being a Christian.

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Show notes:

The Remnant of Righteousness

Introduction:

  • Look up Judges 2.
  • Story of futureflyingsaucers.com name
  • Disclaimer to moms – Surround yourself with mercy and grace.

Judges:

  • Set the stage from Joshua
  • Why does the oppression in Judges happen?
  • It only takes 1 generation
  • Cycle of sin

Ruth:

  • God always has a remnant no matter how dark and oppressed the world gets.
  • There was “something” about Naomi
  • What a blessing Ruth was to her generation and to those afterwards

Remnant of Righteousness Still Exists

  • Average Christian Life vs Normal Christian Life
  • Your WHY + HOW = WHAT

How Do We Teach the WHY and HOW to our Kids?

  • Isaiah 30:21
  • Shadow Stepping
  • Ephesians 5

 

Connect with Anne Marie:

Anne Marie has a graduate degree in education with a focus on developing curriculum and instruction. Her life journey includes over 25 years (so far!) in Children’s Ministry: Sunday School, Puppetry, Vacation Bible School, Children’s Church, Awana Bible Teacher, and various outreach ministries. She is the founder of www.futureflyingsaucers.com where she shares creative, engaging resources so parents and teachers can share Jesus without fear.

Anne Marie’s blog: http://www.futureflyingsaucers.com/christian-parenting-the-remnant-of-righteousness/

 

Future Flying Saucers?

What are future flying saucers?

A better question is who is the lady behind Future Flying Saucers?

Meet Anne Marie Gosnell.  Anne Marie is the founder of Future Flying Saucers where she shares creative, engaging resources so parents and teachers can share Jesus without fear.

And she’ll be joining us for Mommy Jammies Night March 14th.

Anne Marie Gosnell on Mommy Jammies Night

I’m pretty excited to learn how we moms can be leaders! She’ll take us on a walk  into the book of Judges and pop into Ruth and discuss teaching ethics and sanctification to our kids.  Anne Marie says, “Let’s make sure they know the WHY and the HOW of being a Christian.”

And that’s a struggle for moms isn’t it? How well do we know our own faith? Do we know it well enough to share it without fear? If we don’t, how will our kids? Do we know the why and how of being a Christian?

My youngest child is now 17 years old. I don’t know about you, but those teen years were a challenge for them in the culture in which we live. I was thankful for the time we’d spend in homeschooling making sure they knew their faith and could cling to it in times of trouble.

There are times we might wish for a “do-over” in regards to raising our children. If you find yourself in that situation, just know that it’s never too late to get reaquainted with the Lord.

I hope you’ll join us March 14, 2017 at 9 pm (est). In the meantime, get to know Anne Marie Gosnell and Future Flying Saucers by visiting her site.

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Mommy Jammies Night 2017 Preview

Mommy Jammies Night

Mommy Jammies Night 2017 Preview

I’m so excited about Mommy Jammies Night this year! You’ll see some new faces and some old favorites and lots of exciting topics!

I’m going to introduce you to our guests for this year and share a little about each one so you can get to know them!

In January we had Jennifer O. White and she shared about One Wise Choice That Can Improve Any Relationship. You can catch that replay and get to know Jennifer on social media here.

February (this coming Thursday, a special night) we’ll have the creator of Mommy Jammies Night, Felice Gerwitz. She’s going to share with us about True Womanhood. Get to know Felice via her Vintage Homeschool Moms podcasts here.

March 14, 2017- Anne Marie Gosnell  About Anne: I have a graduate degree in education with a focus on developing curriculum and instruction. My life journey includes over 25 years (so far!) in Children’s Ministry: Sunday School, puppetry, Vacation Bible School, Children’s Church, and various outreach ministries.I am also the author of Walk This Way: Ethics and Sanctification Lessons for Kids.

April 11, 2017 Kendra Fletcher  About Kendra: While many things could define my life in terms of how I spend my days...I want most to find my identity in Christ alone, knowing how quickly all the other descriptors can take my focus off the one who has Redeemed my soul.I’m married to the best man I know– Fletch is my friend, confidant, provider, humorist, and lover of Jesus. There are also 8 fun-loving children entrusted to this home and growing up (or grown up already) here.

Blogging and podcasting at HomeschoolingIRL, where my husband Fletch and I tackle the not-so-pretty and the very good of homeschooling with humor and tongues in cheek.

Since 2006, it’s been a passion and a privilege for me to encourage other moms beginning their homeschool journeys with little ones underfoot.  The Preschoolers and Peace website and blog can be found here.

May 9, 2017- Lindsey Stomberg About: Two different perspectives on life, motherhood, homeschooling, and more. Join the conversation with moms just like you at TalkingMom2Mom.com!

June 13, 2017 Heather Laurie About: I started Special Needs Homeschooling because 4 of my 5 children were diagnosed with autism. Our homeschooling was filled with therapy, doctor’s appointments, and behavioral issues that others just didn’t understand. Later we found out that I and my children also have mitochondrial disease.

Our homeschooling is unique and this journey had taken us to many unexpected places. We have homeschooled in the hospital, doctor’s offices, and therapy parking lots. The wide variety of problems the children are dealing with have left Chris and I uniquely positioned to cover first hand a large variety of problems.

I began my blog to reach out and help other families homeschooling with special needs. My blog Special Needs Homeschooling has grown since then bigger than I ever imagined. It now has a Facebook page and group that is highly active.

July 11, 2017 Kathy Lee About: Kathy H. Lee is an award winning author that has been dedicated to the well-being of young children for over 25 years. As a former teacher and ​​administrator,​ Kathy has extensive experience in the field of early childhood education.She is the mother of many children, both adopted and biological and enjoys sharing her journey of imperfect motherhood. A sought-after speaker worldwide, Kathy is most often described as a passionate, experienced, and humorous presenter.

August 8, 2017 Lea Ann Garfias  About: I’m a homeschool graduate and homeschooling mother of four children, ages eight to seventeen. My oldest just graduated! My husband works for Bank of America, coaches his own competitive soccer club, and leads children’s ministry.  I teach our children, make lists, scream at soccer games, conduct church choir, and play the violin in local symphonies. Somehow in the midst of that I find time for writing.

September 12, 2017 Jen Grice About: I believe beauty can come out ashes. Your story is not over after divorce; it has only just begun. I am not a therapist or a psychologist, and I do not know the perfect path to healing. I have just been there. I support others as they start on this new chapter of life… after divorce.I know God can heal, redeem, and restore your life… just like He did mine.

October 10, 2017 –  Karla VanBibber About:  At Living the Life Fantastic, I share the tips and resources my children have learned to use to manage their own anxieties, and help you find peace of mind.
November 14, 2017 – LaToya Edwards  About: Hi! I’m LaToya, a certified Christian Life Coach and mentor. I am a recovering perfectionist and control freak who loves old movies, good books, and strawberry Häagen-Dazs® ice cream.  A few years ago I traded in a law degree to stay home and homeschool my boys and I never looked back!

December 12, 2017 – Two Teal Mugs, Prayse and Danielle About: Two friends, lots of kiddos, spilling coffee and a little bit of chaos! The creators of the Intentional Life Planner are going to share organizational ideas, planning, and ways to make 2018 your best (most organized) year yet!

I hope you’re just as excited as I am!

See you soon!

Gina

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Mommy Jammies Night – Jeannie Fulbright

 “Imparting a Biblical Worldview”

Join LaToya and her guest Jeannie Fullbright as she shares "Imparting a Biblical Worldview”

What is a Biblical Worldview? How does our worldview affect the quality of our lives? How does it shape our words, our actions and choices? Armed with a Biblical Worldview, our children will be more equipped to walk with the Lord as adults. We don’t have to be perfect parents or super spiritual to impart a Biblical worldview; we only need be aware and purposeful and often humble. In this talk, Jeannie will explore these issues and give specific ideas for giving your children an eternal perspective and a strong Biblical Worldview, so that they will be ready to face the world.

Jeannie Fulbright is a homeschooling mother of four and the author of Apologia’s Young Explorer series: Exploring Creation. Those titles include Astronomy, Botany, Zoology 1, 2 and 3, Anatomy and Physiology, and the new Chemistry and Physics for elementary through middle school students.

At the age of ten, Jeannie wrote her first book, and later continued her writing journey at the University of Texas. There, she wrote for the newspaper and spent evenings as a primetime newscaster for the student radio station. After graduating from UT-Austin, she married her husband, Jeff, who is an attorney. They live in Metro Atlanta with three of their four children.

Jeannie’s children range in age from 13 to 20. Her oldest graduated from homeschooling in 2011 and was accepted on scholarship to the University of Georgia where she is on the Dean’s List.

It’s her love for God’s Word, her family, homeschooling, and other believers that inspires her to continue writing and speaking. She has a heart to encourage homeschoolers everywhere. Not only does Jeannie continue to create curriculum, she also writes a monthly newsletter, a weekly blog and is very active on social media. She can be found on Facebook, Pinterest and Twitter, sharing homeschooling ideas and inspiration.

Mommy Jammies Night

Join host, LaToya Edwards and her guest Jeannie Fullbright for  “Imparting a Biblical Worldview”

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Mommy Jammies Night – Sherri Seligson

“Am I Ruining My Children? What I Wish I Knew When I Began Homeschooling”

Join LaToya and her guest Sherri Seligson as she shares "Am I Ruining My Children? What I Wish I Knew When I Began Homeschooling”

Sherri shares 10 things that she wished she knew when she started homeschooling: Don’t have to do school at home. Don’t stress over the gaps.  Don’t fall into the comparison trap. And More! Get ready for some encouragement and practical tips on homeschooling  in this podcast, “Am I Ruining My Children? What I Wish I Knew When I Began Homeschooling”.

Sherri Seligson and her husband, David, have been homeschooling their four children for 21 years, graduating their last child this year. Before she was promoted to “mother,” Sherri worked as a marine biologist at Walt Disney World’s Living Seas, publishing shark behavior research. She has authored Apologia’s Exploring Creation with Marine Biology and Interning for High School Credit as well as companion curricula for feature films including Dolphin Tale and War Horse. Sherri has written for several science publications as well as homeschool magazines.  She loves to speak at conferences where she can encourage moms on their homeschool journey, and she has a motivated heart for helping families see God in science.

You can connect with Sherri on Facebook or her blog, Just Extraordinary.

Mommy Jammies Night

Join host, LaToya Edwards and her guest Sherri Seligson from Just Extraordinary

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