The Assault on Men & Masculinity

Finish Well Homeschool Podcast, Podcast #152, The Assault on Men & Masculinity, with Meredith Curtis on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast NetworkThe Assault on Men & Masculinity

In “The Assault on Men & Masculinity,” Episode, #152, Meredith Curtis reveals the challenges that Christian men face in this day and age. Enemy #1 in the secular world today is the Christian man. He is ridiculed, villainized, canceled. The world tries to change him into a feminized version that is impotent and ineffective. Meredith shares the ways biblical manhood has been attacked and calls Christians to embrace God’s design for men and to appreciate the men in our lives.

 

 


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Show Notes

Enemy #1 in the secular world today is the Christian man. He is ridiculed, villainized, canceled. The world tries to change him into a feminized version that is impotent and ineffective.

The World’s Assault on Manhood

  • Be more sensitive, express your feelings
  • Don’t be so aggressive.
  • Don’t be competitive.
  • Be quiet like the girls.
  • Men are missing from families—boys grow up without a dad.
  • Schools/churches are filled with women teachers—again no role model.
  • Society is filled with harmful things to tempt men away from being honorable and holy—porn, anger, divorce, adultery, sexual immorality, drugs, drunkedness, smoking, criminal activity.

Destroy men and you have destroyed our culture.

What is Going On?

  • God loves families. He designed them.
  • Satan hates families. He is out to destroy them.
  • Men lead families so they are the target.
  • God loves local churches. He designed them.
  • Satan hates local churches. He is out to destroy them.
  • Men lead local churches so they are the target.

What Does Godly Manhood Look Like?

  • Leadership.
  • Protective.
  • Noble, honorable.
  • Courageous.
  • Provider
  • Integrity, Honesty.
  • Hard worker.

Exhorting, challenging, urging others to live sold out for God.

What Can Men Do?

  • Dig into the Word.
  • Pray.
  • Get together with other men to grow in the Lord.
  • Overcome strongholds in Christ.
  • Ignore the world.
  • Invest in your sons.
  • Mentor fatherless boys.
  • Be the man God’s called you to be.

What Can Women Do?

  • Stop trying to make boys act like girls and men act like women.
  • Affirm men as leaders. Follow their leadership.
  • Respect and appreciate men.
  • Pray for them to rise up and live like Jesus.
  • Don’t expect your husband to be your girlfriend.

What Can Parents Do?

  • Let boys hunt, fish, and play sports.
  • Give them opportunities to lead and protect.
  • Intentially raise them to be godly men according to God’s Word.
  • Require them to respect you.
  • Be alert for pornography—protect your household.

 

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Resources

Making Real Men by Pastor Mike Curtis Real Men 101: Godly Manhood Real Men 102: Freedom, Courtship, Marriage, & Family Real Men 103: Leadership


 

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New Year and Homeschool

Do you want your new school year, even if it is mid-year, to begin with, a bang instead of a blah?New Year and Homeschool – Great Expectations Episode 458

Do you want your new school year, even if it is mid-year, to begin with, a bang instead of a blah? In this episode, Felice Gerwitz shares her more than thirty-two years of homeschool experience with you!

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Why is it that our expectations rarely if ever are realized? We have such high hopes of accomplishing so much, our kids learning at the speed of light and everyone happy and getting along well. How can we change this and still have expectations that are realistic? Link to mid-year evaluation – https://ultimateradioshow.com/mid-year-evaluation/

Here are some expectation hacks for your homeschool:

  1. Give yourself time to plan what you want to teach and how. Are you using books, an online curriculum, or certain classes or are you doing it yourself? Whatever method be sure you have time to plan.
  2. Schedules that work for you. So many people have great ideas on ways to schedule but if it doesn’t work for you well – it isn’t any good! Routine schedules worked the best for my family. We knew what needed to be done each day, had it on a check-off list and went from there.
  3. Take a day to catch up weekly if at all possible. Friday is a perfect catch-up day for all of the school work that did not get completed, test-taking or crafts, art, or music. It is also a great day for field trips not necessarily planned with a group, just your family as a reward for work completed timely.
  4. Reward system – in life we have rewards for everything but many homeschool families think using a reward system is unnecessary. I disagree. My kids received stickers, small paper ribbons, and the like for completing books, or milestone activities like completing a reading list. We also had pizza and a movie on Friday evenings for a good week of school. The kids loved this.
  5. Being present. Kids know when you are not paying attention or on a device instead of focusing on them and their school work or needs. Use school time specifically for school and save the distractions for before or afterward. This teaches the children that they are important to you and also sets an example. Character is caught not taught.
  6. Give the children examples. If you want them to read the Bible, be reading the Bible when they wake up in the morning or in the evening. If you want your children to learn to speak a foreign language learn it with them. You will be surprised at how enthusiastic the children are when their parents participate.
  7. Healthy competition. I’m not talking about pitting kid-against-kid, but I am talking about encouraging your children to strive for their best. My kids made everything a competition and I truly believed it started with the example I set. Walking on the beach turned into a race. (More on air.)
  8. Self-competition. Allow the children to beat a previous score in math, or memorization work, to improve their writing or art skills. These are ways to encourage your children to keep improving and moving forward.
  9. Memorization work. Very important when the children are younger and their minds are sponges but still works well with any aged children. Greek and Latin roots, Chemistry periodic table, multiplication facts, etc.
  10. No matter how smart or accomplished your child is without good character their lives will be difficult. Good character is one of the number one job skills required by employers. They want people they can trust, that they can count on and that will be honorable.

You can add to this list, but be sure to keep your expectations to what is reasonable to accomplish in a year. If that is difficult you may want to teach in blocks of time. There are all types of methods for teaching and scheduling and finding the one that fits you and your family is ideal.

Realize that it is okay to change. We went from books and workbooks to unit studies in the middle grades back to books in high school. Depending on what you want to accomplish with your family there is no one size fits all. Each child is different and in our quest to just get done we overlook the greatest gift that is right in front of us.

The biggest gift you can give your children is the desire to learn. After schooling there is work and family for our children, that is the end goal, right?

What are your children’s gifts? Is there something you can look at encouraging even if it does not turn into a full-time job someday? Take the time to talk to your spouse about your children and then ask them what they like doing. Who knows a hobby can turn into a lucrative side business!

Email Strategy in your Homeschool for 2022

Email Strategy in your Homeschool  in 2022

164: Email strategy in your homeschool for 2022

This episode discusses email strategy in your homeschool – we talk about how it relates to both your children and yo, the parent.

1. Your kids and email

2. You and email

Tools to get your emails under control

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Special Replay: What Are Levels in Homeschool High School?

This week on Homeschool Highschool Podcast we have a special replay of a very useful episode: What Are Levels in Homeschool High School?

What Are Levels on the Homeschool Transcript?

 

What Are Levels in Homeschool High School?

If you have a college-bound teen and want to give them a boost on their transcript, this episode is for you. Sabrina, Vicki and Kym will explain how to help your teens explain to colleges the level of rigor at which they have done their high school courses!

What are levels in homeschool high school?

Many moms tell us: “We didn’t have levels on transcripts when WE were in high school!”

That is so very true….BUT levels have come into vogue on high school transcripts (in traditional high schools and in homeschool high schools). Colleges want to know:

  • The level of rigor at which a teen’s core courses were completed.
  • How teens have invested in courses in their areas of strength, giftedness or interest. (These will sparkle more on the transcript if they are academically rigorous and provide opportunities for stretch.)

Your teens can show this academic rigor and stretch by recording the level at which they completed their courses.

Here is a brief explanation of levels and some links to help.

Before we start, remember: There’s not ONE right way to homeschool high school…or to handle transcripts. This is simply how we have done it with our homeschoolers (and the homeschoolers we advised for decades in our local umbrella school).

With that in mind, here is an overview of our way to show rigor on the transcript. We do not show this on all courses, just the core courses and the specialty courses and electives that our teens have strongly invested in.

Here is a basic overview of the five different levels

Level 1: Remedial

These are courses for teens with learning issues who cannot do average high school course work. These courses are completed using materials and experiences that are appropriate for the teen. Teens earn credit using Carnegie credit hours and earn a transcript and a high school diploma that should be noted: Developmental Diploma. Still valid and useful.

Level 2: Average

Most high schoolers are average. Don’t harbor guilt trips because your teens are average! God gave everyone varying gifts, average academians are just fine.

Average high school textbooks have shorter chapters than the College Prep textbooks, with simpler vocabulary, short problem sets and short reviews. Homeschool high schoolers can work on courses at average level in areas where this is appropriate. They earn credit for their courses and transcripts show: Level 2 beside the name of the course.

Level 3: College Preparatory

Most high school textbooks are written at College Prep level. There is some rigor but not at stay-up-all-night-working-level for most teens. Record these courses on the transcript as *Level 3*.

Level 4: Advanced

Advanced courses are rigorous. They look attractive to college admissions officers. Level 4 course credit is earn by completing a College Prep course PLUS .5 credit again, combined for ONE credit. This should be rigorous and an academic stretch. Record these with *Level 4* beside the course name on the homeschool transcript. Be sure to include a key or legend on the transcript that briefly explains how the level was earned.

Level 5: Honors, AP, College Courses

These are very rigorous courses. Level 5 courses are College prep course DOUBLED for ONE credit. Students who complete an AP course are doing Level 5 work. College courses are Level 5. Do not just double the textbook, you can mix textbooks and logging Carnegie hours and reading real books. Check out this post with more information on ways to level-up in a meaningful way.

Be sure on the homeschool transcript, you include a key that explains how levels are earned in your high schoolers courses. Here is a sample:

7Sisters sample transcript

For more help, download 7Sisters Guide for How to Create Homeschool Transcripts. It includes lots of in-depth how-tos and an editable transcript template!

7SistersHomeschool.com’s curriculum is design to be easily level-able and has been vetted for years by homeschool high schoolers. Check out the Literature Study Guides, Writing Guides, Psychology, Financial Literacy, World History, Human Development curricula and get busy leveling for the rigor that is appropriate for your teen.

Join Sabrina, Vicki and Kym for a helpful discussion of levels on the homeschool transcript.


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Building your Mom Team

Lisa Nehring is joined by Jennifer Uren, who podcasts at This Mom Knows. Jennifer says, “Every business  "yes" can feel like a parenting "no"Building your Mom Team

Today on the show, True North Homeschool Academy Director, Lisa Nehring is joined by Jennifer Uren, who podcasts at This Mom Knows. Life Jennifer says, “Every business  “yes” can feel like a parenting “no” – and that’s when mom guilt kicks in.  Through her website and podcast, This Mom Knows, Jennifer Uren coaches and encourages mompreneurs to find the right systems, tools, and people – their “Mom Team” – so they have the support and energy to be their best as both “mom” and “entrepreneur”.

  1. How do we know we need a Mom Team?
    We need a Mom Team all the time. But, we often confuse need with effectiveness. When things are going well, we believe that we are managing just fine. But when things are going a bit sidewise, we are often too overwhelmed to put into place the systems, tools and processes we need to create the best team.
    So, we need to build our team as we go.
    The Best Mom team consists of systems, tools and people, most often a combination of all three, put together when things seem to be going well.
    Mom Team –  Most things that we are doing require both:
    System- the process repeatable recordable; like a recipe- allows us to delegate.
    Tool- the specifics we use to work the system.
    To create the best team, you need to spend some time observing yourself ,your rhythms and routines; what works best for you. You want to take yourself out of the equation- often Mom’s feel like they have to do it all and that creates a bottleneck. Take time to analyze how you  think, how you function, what tools work best for you, what processes do you need to put into place.
  2. How do we sort through the myriad of systems to create the best team?
    1. Start with what we know- do research and make a choice.
    2. Once the choice is made, put blinders on and lean into what you have  – don’t submit to the shiny object syndrome.
    3. All systems have a learning curve- commit to learning the system and realize that friction (i.e. frustration) might be part of the process).

3. Are there any good, “Start here” systems to begin with as we build our team

    1. Home- meet our basic needs
      1. Meals- Planning, Shopping, Cooking, Clean-up, Storing
      2. Laundry- gateway to all things clean in our home
      3. Paper -Bills paid, events planned, activities prepped for
    2. Business/ Homeschool- create space for meaningful work
      1. Workspace – is it virtual, portable, permanent
      2. Email- the heart of communication and represents need, implementation and response.
      3. Time- rhythms and routines around tasks- creating space adn protecting that space to get everything done

To create an effective Mom Team we have to get out of the mindset that we have to be the ones who do it all. We have to quit creating the bottleneck. If we delegate and off-load we can have the energy that we need to do things that we are called to do. Who can trade, barter and pay for others to join our team.

While it can be hard to ask for help, it’s hard to receive help when we receive.

Keep in mind that you can’t do everything, but you can do many things, just not everything at once!

About Jenn: Jenn Uren is very familiar with trying to juggle and do all the things herself but too often found that it was at the expense of her family, especially relationship with her kids. She hit a breaking point five years ago when she and her husband experienced a surprise adoption of a sibling set (100% unexpected – you can hear about it on her podcast).  This started her down a life-giving path of transformation as she learned how to ask for help, offer help, and lean into systems to simplify and create space in her own life – and she wants to help you do that, too. Because the good news is that you can do it all, just not by yourself.

She and her family have recently left the hustle and bustle of the Chicagoland area and are enjoying discovering their new hometown in Northwest Indiana.

Resources:

How to create a laundry routine: https://www.thismomknows.com/blog/laundry-routine

 

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How To Encourage Healthy Eating In Your Kids

Hey, homeschoolers! As homeschool moms, we want our kids to be healthy academically, spiritually, socially, and physically. That’s because health is wholistic. If there’s a breakdown in one area, it’s likely to affect the others.

One area where I struggled as a mom was encouraging healthy eating. If that’s an area you’re seeking to improve, I know you’ll love my guest today: Katie Kimball. Katie is the national voice of healthy kids cooking, is a blogger, two-time TEDx speaker, former teacher, and mom of 4 kids who founded the Kids Cook Real Food eCourse, recommended by The Wall Street Journal in 2020 as the best online cooking class for kids. Her blog, Kitchen Stewardship helps families stay healthy without going crazy, and she’s on a mission to connect families around healthy food, raise critical thinking skills using the lab of curiosity that is the kitchen, and grow the Kids’ Meal Revolution where every child learns to cook.

Here’s our super practical discussion.

Healthy Eating for Kids Resources

Find the free knife skills class Katie mentioned, click here.

What to Teach Your Child About Obesity

I’ll be back next week when I share important information on depression for homeschool moms.

Have a happy homeschool week!

Organized Homeschool Forms – Special Replay

Being organized in your homeschool means selecting the right homeschool forms to make your life so much easier.Special Replay: Organized Homeschool Forms

Being organized in your homeschool means selecting the right homeschool forms to make your life so much easier. Do you want to avoid burn out? Do you want your homeschool year to just flow instead of coming to a screeching stop? Well, it can happen if you have some forms to make it easier.

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Well, friends, it is time to get out that paper and pencil or visit the website for the show notes because this episode is going to be packed with the information you need to make life easier. I purchased all kinds of fancy planners throughout the year and found that the one that made the most sense for my life was a huge calendar (the wall is preferable) and a 4-Square Planner (I have some templates for you with the show notes). This was the best method. Ever. If only I had found it earlier in my homeschool journey.

I thought I needed forms for everything and found out I had a big mess! And those gigantic planners – they were more confusing.

I found the 4 Square Planner by accident – and it was something I was making up on my own. You don’t have to purchase anything – it is in every printable – planner we give away each month on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network – and it works!

Take a sheet of paper – you can use a spiral notebook if you don’t want to lose the paper and make a grid. One line in the middle of the paper and one across. (Those who are perfectionists have my permission to use a ruler!).

Write the 4 most important things in your day. Mine grid has the topics of Faith, Kids, School and Household. That is pretty much all-encompassing of a homeschool mom’s day. You can also do 4 grids that are the seasons – Fall – Winter – Spring or Summer. Begin with whatever season you are currently into thumbnail sketch your year. You can use the grids – of course, you will need more paper.

Friends, I use this system to plan out my podcasts now as well as to organize events, trips or my husband’s schedule. It helps to have a central place to put items that take you out of the home.

Ask yourself these questions about homeschool forms:

  1. What is my biggest obstacle to using planning forms?
  2. What planning forms do I like?
  3. What type of planner do I like?
  4. Can I keep organized with a calendar?
  5. Can I use a calendar instead of forms for some of my planning?
  6. Can I use a wall calendar as a master plan and a smaller notebook calendar for a daily plan?
  7. Can I use the 4-Square Planning method effectively in my home?
  8. Do I like to plan from August to July – a school year?
  9. Do I like to plan yearly from January to December?
  10. What is the easiest way to keep track of my forms? Digital or printed?

Analyzing these questions will help you figure out the best method for you!

The second set of questions – yep, there is more!

  1. How do I want to store the information? Digital or Paper
  2. Do I want something portable?
  3. Do I want to keep papers, samples and important information in one place?
  4. If I am using paper where will it be – file, three-ring binder – or spiral notebook

I always kept a yearly three-ring binder with important information, the kid’s schedules, master lists, and their grades/ evaluations from each year. Keeping it in one place was easy for me. Of course, this was a 3” Mammoth binder and not portable.

I really like a month at a glance scheduler because they work best for me. Again, use what works for you.

I have some great online tools that are free and I am so thankful for Meryl host of the Homeschooling with Technology – one of my new favorites is Trello.

Just think of it as one large piece of paper with sticky notes. It is a wonderful way to organize things and allow your family to add to it – you can add assignments, plan and more.

This is great when you share it with your family members – you can listen to Meryl’s podcast (link is in the show notes or go to her podcast page or follow her on your podcast app – her shows are great, informative and do not overload you with techie stuff!).

5 Ways Homeschool Parents Can Use Trello

You can also use Google Docs and share your schedule – I have mine connected to my phone. I have reminders set up so I don’t forget an event or to do something important. You can use the word processor on Google Docs to share papers and

Scheduling Forms:

Check off List, Book Reading List, Book Report, Movie Report: Homeschool forms

Field Trip Guide: Field Trip Guide

Sample Homeschool Mom’s Schedule: ChristinaMoss-DailySchedule

HSLDA – Statewide requirements for homeschooling here.

 


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Remedy Reviews: Arsenicum Iodatum

We are taking about a remedy called Arsenicum Iodatum.  This remedy helps very “restless” symptoms and anyone with upper respiratory issues.This week on Homeopathy for Mommies, we are taking about a remedy called Arsenicum Iodatum. This remedy helps very “restless” symptoms and anyone with upper respiratory issues, hypothyroid conditions, tubercular conditions, hyperactivity in children that are not aggressive that may have a lot of colds and flus, and more!

Listen in to how this remedy is used in this week’s remedy review!

Technology Reset in Your Homeschool for 2022

Technology Reset in Your Homeschool for 2022

163: Technology Reset in Your Homeschool for 2022

In this episode, you will get suggestions on how to do a technology reset in your homeschool in 2022.

We touch on 3 areas:

1. Devices

2. Technology Usage. The two challenges I suggest you do with your children are

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3. Areas of frustration in your life

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Why Studying Science is a Mandatory Life Skill!

Emma is a Cambridge trained physicist, who teaches online Science classes from True North Homeschool Academy.Why Studying Science is a Mandatory Life Skill!

Today, True North Homeschool Academy Director, Lisa Nehring, is joined by Emma Cummings. Emma is a Cambridge  trained physicist, who teaches online Science classes from True North Homeschool Academy, while homeschooling her own children in Scotland.

Today, she is sharing with us, 3 Reasons Why Studying Science is a Mandatory Life Skill

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  1. It teaches problem solving and critical thinking and logic skills. Students lean both inductive and deductive reasoning from Science study, how to make inferences and the logical conclusions of things. It also teaches excellent communication skills, as the Scientific Method and Lab Reports demand efficient and effective communication.
  2. It awakens science students to the wonder of Creation. Science trains students to notice both the very small, the very large, patterns, anomalies nad more. Throughout this study, Intelligent Design becomes very clear. So many great Scientists have been great men and women of God. Studying Science doesn’t draw people away from God, it draws them to God!
  3. Its FUN! Emma was drawn to science as a young girl because of her love for blowing things up and getting a reaction, and that love dynamic has not changed! She still thinks science is about the most fun a person could have!

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