Veteran Pen Pal Project

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Veteran Pen Pal Project | Are you looking for a way to teach letter writing to your kids in a way that is meaningful and blesses others? Crystal chats with Camille Deal, who tells us about an amazing program called the Veteran Pen Pal Project that the whole family can become involved in | #militaryhomeschoolmom#military moms, #homeschooling #TipsHomeschooling #VeteranPenPalProject #VeteranProjectVeteran Pen Pal Project

S2, E4 – Are you looking for a way to teach letter writing to your kids in a way that is meaningful and blesses others? Crystal chats with Camille Deal, who tells us about an amazing program called the Veteran Pen Pal Project that the whole family can become involved in!

The Veteran Pen Pal Project is bringing back snail mail in an effort to advocate for mental health within the military community. What started as a mission to bring relationships to veterans in care facilities has grown to include military spouses and active duty service members! The Veteran Pen Pal Project is also a wonderful and impactful way for military homeschoolers to learn letter writing while making a difference in the military and veteran community.

Tune in to learn more!

Guest Info

Camille Deal is the Armed Forces Insurance military spouse of the year for Hunter Army Airfield for 2023. She married her high-school sweetheart in 2017, the same year he joined the military. She and her Army Ranger husband have two little boys and a German shepherd. Working full-time in marketing, she owns her own apparel company, Moss and Pine. She’s also a professional volunteer with It’s A Military Life, serving as the Program Manager for the Veteran Pen Pal Project – one of three programs under the IML umbrella. Camille says she found her people when she started giving back to others. She got involved with the care team, served as a key caller for her husband’s unit, and began volunteering more often with IML in 2022.

Resources

Website: www.itsamilitarylife.org

Veteran Pen Pal Project: https://www.itsamilitarylife.org/veteran-pen-pal-project

Military spouse/ veteran /service member sign up form to be a pen pal:

https://forms.gle/TEMBAa8sRuB4mhsb8

Civilian sign-up form to be a pen pal: https://forms.gle/7wKDrH8WuzPjuYk28

Sign-up form for people interested in being an ambassador: https://forms.gle/kqBGZd9HbVji8xti8

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Homeschool Advocacy: An Interview with Tiffany Boyd

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Homeschool Advocacy: An Interview with Tiffany Boyd | Crystal chats with guest Tiffany Boyd, homeschool advocate and host of the Free YOUR Children radio show. Listen in as Tiffany shares how parents are the best advocates for their children and why we must continue the fight for our homeschool freedoms. | #militaryhomeschoolmom#military moms, #homeschooling #TipsHomeschooling #HomeschoolAdvocacyAn InterviewwithTiffanyBoyd #AnInterviewTiffanyBoyd #TiffanyBoydHomeschool Advocacy: An Interview with Tiffany Boyd

S2, E3 – Crystal chats with guest Tiffany Boyd, homeschool advocate and host of the Free YOUR Children radio show. Listen in as Tiffany shares how parents are the best advocates for their children and why we must continue the fight for our homeschool freedoms.

Tiffany Boyd was a reluctant homeschool mom when her husband suggested they homeschool their children. She admits had many misconceptions of homeschooling, perhaps because she had been a public school teacher or maybe due to her own upbringing in the traditional school system. However, as she looks back upon her homeschooling journey, she realizes that was the right decision for her family.

Now, Tiffany is a passionate advocate for homeschooling rights, both in her home state of Tennessee and worldwide. Through her radio program, Free YOUR Children, along with notable guests such as Ray Notgrass, Alex Newman, Nicki Truesdell, and more, Tiffany educates parents and the public about the dangers of the public school system and why homeschooling is a phenomenal educational choice for your child and family! Free YOUR Children can be heard on WXRQ 1460 am, the WXRQ 1460 website, or the Free YOUR Children Spotify channel.

You don’t want to miss this episode!

Guest Info

Tiffany Boyd holds a B.S. degree in Interdisciplinary Studies from MTSU. She is a former tenured public school teacher, homeschool consultant, speaker, education researcher, and founder and administrator of Free Your Children LLC and the Free YOUR Children Radio show. Her show has a worldwide audience reaching upwards of 3.7 million listeners.  The show airs Tuesday nights at 8 pm on WXRQ 1460 am. Previously aired shows are on the WXRQ website or the Free YOUR Children Spotify channel.

Tiffany is a wife of 32 years, mother to 5 children, and grandmother to 2. She is a monthly contributor to The Murfreesboro Pulse. Tiffany has appeared on multiple podcasts and media outlets, including, The Sentinel Report with Alex Newman, The Schoolhouse Rocked Podcast, Deep Roots At Home Podcast, Counter Culture Mom with Tina Griffin, The Rutherford Magazine Show, and more.

Resources

Free YOUR Children’s Facebook

Boro Pulse Author Page

Free YOUR Children radio show

Previously Aired Shows on Spotify

Tiffany’s interview with Crystal Niehoff

Home School Legal Defense Association

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Moving with Kids, Susan Miller Shares Hope and Encouragement

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Moving with Kids

Susan Miller Shares Hope and Encouragement

S2, E2 – Crystal chats with guest Susan Miller from Just Moved Ministry about the impact that moving has on the entire family and how moms and kids can make meaningful connections in a new community. Be ready to be inspired and encouraged!

Finding friends and making connections after a PCS/ move can be a challenge, especially for military homeschoolers. Moving affects everyone in the family and can be a rollercoaster of stress and emotions.

Susan Miller, founder of Just Moved Ministry, and author of the book, After the Boxes are Unpacked, is a much sought-after speaker at conferences, women’s events, and military installations addressing the impact of a move and sharing tips on how to transition and adjust for moms and kids. Susan’s upbeat, cheerful attitude will leave you encouraged, inspired, and filled with hope.

Yes, change can be hard but this acronym for the word change, which Susan shares during her conversation with Crystal, will encourage you in whatever season of transition you may find yourself in today.

CHANGE

C- Cling to God
H- He is unchanging
A- Always trust in God
N- Never give up
G- Great is His faithfulness
E- Encourage one another, and let it start in your own home with your spouse and children.

You don’t want to miss this episode!

Guest Bio

Susan Miller is invited to speak throughout the U.S. and internationally at church conferences, women’s events, corporate venues, and military installations. Those whose
lives have been uprooted by a move that resonates with her unique and hope-filled message to look to God in the midst of change and uncertainty.

Although often asked to speak about the impact of a move, her other topics include leading a life of faith, pursuing spiritual growth, and thriving amidst the demands of life, marriage,
and parenting. Women are eager to learn how to successfully face life’s challenges and they appreciate the experience, wisdom, and humor that Susan brings to her speaking and
teaching.

Susan is best known for her book After the Boxes are Unpacked. For more than 25 years, uprooted women around the world have gathered together in churches, neighborhoods, community centers, military installations, and missionary headquarters for a group study based on the book. By the end of the study, these women are grateful for the friends they’ve made and for the deep hope and trust they’ve found in God.

As America’s Moving Coach® and Founder of Just Moved Ministry, Susan has been a popular guest on radio, TV, and streaming programs that have addressed the emotional
challenges and the opportunities for spiritual growth brought on by a major life change— especially a move. Her articles on this subject have appeared in many Christian
publications in print and online. Susan has even hosted her own radio talk show, Just Moved!

Established in 1995, Just Moved Ministry is a non-profit, global organization dedicated to the emotional well-being and spiritual growth of women who are uprooted by a move.
Through Biblical teaching and one-on-one encouragement, Just Moved prepares, inspires, and equips a woman to trust God with her future, put down new roots, and embrace life in a
new community.

Susan lives in Scottsdale, AZ, and treasures her role as a mother of two and grandmother of six.

Resources

Just Moved Ministry
After the Boxes are Unpacked
But Mom, I Don’t Want to Move
Just Moved Ministry Shop

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Kick Off Your Homeschool Year Right!

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Kick Off Your Homeschool Year Right! | It’s that time of the year when kids and families are preparing to go back to homeschooling!  Whether you are a year-round homeschooler or you take the traditional summer off approach, there comes a time in the year when you will want to celebrate your fresh start. In this episode, Crystal shares some tips to help you start your school year right | #militaryhomeschoolmom#military moms, #homeschooling #TipsHomeschooling #KickOffYourHomeschoolYearRightKick Off Your Homeschool Year Right!

S2, E1 – Kick Off Your Homeschool Year Right! It’s that time of the year when kids and families are preparing to go back to homeschooling!  Whether you are a year-round homeschooler or you take the traditional summer off approach, there comes a time in the year when you will want to celebrate your fresh start. In this episode, Crystal shares some tips to help you start your school year right.

It’s that time of the year when kids and families are preparing to go back to school!  As a homeschooling family, this time of year comes with a myriad of emotions. You’ve reviewed your prior year and you’ve carefully closed chapters, philosophies, and programs that didn’t work for your family in this season. You’ve spent countless hours, and possibly dollars, curating your curriculum for the coming year, you’ve cleaned up your homeschool space, sharpened pencils, ordered curriculum, and now you are preparing to launch into the year with excitement and enthusiasm.

Before you order the balloons and book the marching band (ok, ok, maybe no marching band), but as you’re making plans to kick off another homeschool year, here are some tips to help you start your school year right.

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Replay – How to Prepare Your Homeschooled Teen for College

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Military Education Services Coordinator, Kelly Robinson, shares tips and insight on preparing homeschool students for college so they can get the most out of their college experience!Military Education Services Coordinator, Kelly Robinson, shares tips and insight on preparing homeschool students for college so they can get the most out of their college experience!

The subject of college is often at the forefront of every parent’s mind during the high school years. However, for military parents who homeschool, the thought can be a little confusing and even intimidating. Questions arise like: Can my homeschooled teen get into college? How well do homeschooled military kids adjust? How do I prepare my teen for college? Upper Iowa University specializes in providing quality, affordable education to service members and their families. UIU’s Military Education Services Coordinator, Kelly Robinson, explains how to take the stress out of college prep.

Kelly Robinson is a military spouse and proud mom to 3 great kids. Kelly earned her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Master of Science in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. She has worked in higher education for more than two decades in athletics, admissions, career and academic advising, and as an adjunct instructor. She is currently the military education services coordinator at Upper Iowa University, where she enjoys the opportunity to work with service members and their families to reach academic goals at UIU in both an admissions and advising capacity. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, painting, coaching her kids’ athletic teams, and sipping coffee on her front porch.

Resources:

Show Sponsor:

Upper Iowa University is committed to providing quality, affordable education to service members and their families. Service members, spouses and dependents qualify for tuition savings with their Military Family Grant on undergraduate and graduate degrees. UIU programs are available online, on campus and at one of their learning centers across the country. Work one-on-one with an advisor to reach your educational goals. Learn more at UIU.EDU/MilitaryHomeSchool

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Special Replay- How to Prepare Your Homeschooled Teen for College

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Military Education Services Coordinator, Kelly Robinson, shares tips and insight on preparing homeschool students for college so they can get the most out of their college experience!Military Education Services Coordinator, Kelly Robinson, shares tips and insight on preparing homeschool students for college so they can get the most out of their college experience!

The subject of college is often at the forefront of every parent’s mind during the high school years. However, for military parents who homeschool, the thought can be a little confusing and even intimidating. Questions arise like: Can my homeschooled teen get into college? How well do homeschooled military kids adjust? How do I prepare my teen for college? Upper Iowa University specializes in providing quality, affordable education to service members and their families. UIU’s Military Education Services Coordinator, Kelly Robinson, explains how to take the stress out of college prep.

Kelly Robinson is a military spouse and proud mom to 3 great kids. Kelly earned her Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science and Master of Science in Education from the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh. She has worked in higher education for more than two decades in athletics, admissions, career and academic advising, and as an adjunct instructor. She is currently the military education services coordinator at Upper Iowa University, where she enjoys the opportunity to work with service members and their families to reach academic goals at UIU in both an admissions and advising capacity. In her spare time, she enjoys gardening, painting, coaching her kids’ athletic teams, and sipping coffee on her front porch.

Resources:

Show Sponsor:

Upper Iowa University is committed to providing quality, affordable education to service members and their families. Service members, spouses and dependents qualify for tuition savings with their Military Family Grant on undergraduate and graduate degrees. UIU programs are available online, on campus and at one of their learning centers across the country. Work one-on-one with an advisor to reach your educational goals. Learn more at UIU.EDU/MilitaryHomeSchool

Join Crystal and her guests each week as they bring relevant information to equip you, stories to encourage you, and content to inspire you. You don’t have to go it alone; tune in to the Military Homeschool Podcast and be energized in your military homeschooling journey!

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Replay | Balancing Military Life, Working from Home, and Homeschooling

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, Conli McVey, joins Crystal Niehoff to discuss how she juggles military life and working from home while homeschooling. Episode #4- Military spouse, Conli McVey, joins Crystal Niehoff to discuss how she juggles military life and working from home while homeschooling.

Conli is an Army Chaplain’s wife. She understands military life. She’s served the Lord alongside her husband, Greg, in his role since 2006. She’s graduated two of her three homeschoolers. Her passions include leading Bible Study and equipping and encouraging women. She also blogs at “Whatever State I’m In” (whateverstateimin.com). She’s proud to be the MOC (Maintainer of the Calendar) of the McVey household for her often-traveling husband, two young adult daughters, and sixteen-year-old son. After earning a B.S. in Marketing and an MBA, Conli has worked in non-profit ministry development for 25+ years, currently as an at-home copywriter. Conli has been married to Greg for 23 years. She considers being his wife and life partner the greatest gig ever!

Back in 2006, when her husband joined the military, Conli was looking for a way to tailor her children’s education and give them consistency through frequent moves. So when a friend mentioned homeschooling, she knew that’s what she was going to do. All the while, Conli has also worked from home. Over the years, she has adapted their homeschooling to meet the needs of her family and accommodate her work schedule. Sharing her insight from years of experience, Conli shares her secrets to getting it all done as a busy work-at-home homeschooling mom of three.

Resources:

Conli’s Blog, Whatever State I’m In

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Tips for Marriage While Homeschooling

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Tips for Marriage While Homeschooling | Marriage tends to be placed on the back burner during the busy homeschool years. But you can balance your relationship with your husband while homeschooling the kids, all while keeping both areas fulfilling, meaningful and happy. Here’s how! | #militaryhomeschoolmom#military moms, #homeschooling #TipsHomeschooling #TipsforMarriageWhileHomeschoolingTips for Marriage While Homeschooling

Episode #42 – Marriage tends to be placed on the back burner during the busy homeschool years. But you can balance your relationship with your husband while homeschooling the kids, all while keeping both areas fulfilling, meaningful and happy. Here’s how!

How do we handle the challenges life and the military may throw our way as we work to cultivate our relationship with our spouse and homeschool our children?

Yes, homeschooling is a beautiful journey full of love and bonding with your children. The ability to watch them grow and learn in a healthy environment is absolutely beautiful. Learning at a pace that is beneficial for your child in all areas, including mental and emotional. As much as we love it, it may come with some challenges – potentially a disconnect with your husband. The joys of homeschooling your children and keeping your marriage strong are both important and achievable goals! With some adjustments and maybe changing a few things, you will make a fulfilling, happy, balanced life.

On this episode, let’s dive into some tips to help you keep your marriage strong while homeschooling and living the military lifestyle! Listen in!

Resources:

5 Activities You Can Share with Your Spouse During Deployment

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Homeschool HQ App

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Homeschool HQ App |According to new Census data, there are currently five million homeschooled students across the United States| #militaryhomeschoolmom#military moms, #homeschooling #homeschoolingHQappHomeschool HQ App

Homeschool HQ App. Episode #40 – Do you ever wish you could find all the homeschool resources you need all in one place? Look no further than the HomeschoolHQ App, created by a military spouse and her husband after they began homeschooling during the Covid pandemic.

Homeschool HQ App. According to new Census data, there are currently five million homeschooled students across the United States. With the rise of new homeschoolers comes a greater need for resources and tools for families. HomeschoolHQ is an innovative homeschool resource app developed specifically with the needs of new and veteran homeschoolers in mind.

On this episode, Crystal chats with Lauren Bordeaux, Chief Marketing Officer for Homeschool HQ, who shares about this fantastic resource for homeschooling families created by homeschooling families. This app provides families with secure sign-in and will not sell your information to anybody. It’s easy to navigate with resources at your fingertips; you can even create your own events. Listen in to learn more!

 Guest Bio:

Lauren Bordeaux is a homeschooling mom of three children, ages 3, 6, and 7. She grew up in an Air Force family, moving to multiple bases across the U.S. Her husband, André, is a former Marine and is currently an officer in the Naval reserves. Their family enjoys exploring their new home of Tennessee after a career of living in and traveling Europe with the State Department. Lauren and André are the co-founders of HomeschoolHQ, a new app for homeschooling families.

The HomeschoolHQ app is a user-populated homeschool resource platform. It was built by homeschoolers for homeschoolers to find learning opportunities and community! Users can add resources in multiple categories like co-ops, activities, camps, conventions, and field trip ideas. There is also a discount section for exclusive user discounts! Built-in location services enable homeschoolers to find nearby resources that suit their family’s needs. Lauren, André, and their team are thrilled to share this needed resource with the homeschooling community!

Resources:

HomeschoolHQ

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Homeschooling a Rebellious Child with Deborah Wuehler

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Homeschooling Rebellious Child |As homeschool parents, there are days when we struggle to get our children to concentrate on their studies and do their best| #militaryhomeschoolmoms, #military moms, #homeschooling #homeschoolingrebelliouschildHomeschooling a Rebellious Child with Deborah Wuehler

Episode #39 – As homeschool parents, there are days when we struggle to get our children to concentrate on their studies and do their best. However, what if a child fights against us in nearly everything? Is it even possible to homeschool a rebellious child?

Special guest Deborah Wuehler was excited to start homeschooling her children and knew they belonged at home with her. She had seen the fruit of homeschooling in the lives of other children and wanted that for her own.

However, her middle child was strong-willed, and every day was a struggle. But Deborah, with the Lord’s help, discovered ways to work with her daughter through her rebellion and home-educate her. As a result, her daughter is now a well-adjusted, happy, godly young woman, and they are blessed to have a close relationship. In today’s episode, Deborah shares how we, too, can homeschool a rebel.

Guest Bio:

Deborah Wuehler is the Senior Editor and Director of Production of The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine. She is wife to Richard and has been homeschooling their eight children since the birth of their firstborn 32 years ago. They have graduated seven children so far and have one high school student. Deborah is an author, speaker, and devotional leader. Her most popular workshop is Homeschooling the Rebel.

She has written several Bible reading plans for the Bible App on YouVersion.com called Homeschool Moms Teach the Psalms and writes regularly for The Homeschool Minute. Her editorials are on Crosswalk.com, Homeschool Compass, and many state homeschool newsletters. Deborah’s passion is to encourage homeschool families to keep their focus on Christ and His Word and to let them know they are making the best educational choice possible when they choose to keep their children Home, Where They Belong. 

Resources:

TWO FREE eBooks:

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