Unexpected Benefits of Graduation – MBFLP 226

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It’s Graduation Time!

We’re heading out for our fifth high school graduation (our homeschooled son will be in the ceremony at the North Carolinians for Home Education “Thrive!” conference). It’s a milestone that doesn’t grow stale even the fifth time around!

It’s good to see our children growing into the first steps of independence, as they graduate from high school and move off to college or their first job and apartment. We’ve found several unexpected benefits to that transition, though – things that benefit not only the graduate but also their younger siblings and our family as a whole. Join us as we unwrap some of these surprising gifts that come after the tassel’s turned!

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May 30-June 1 – Winston-Salem, N.C.
Thrive! Conference – North Carolinians for Home Education (NCHE)

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  1. Jennifer Highland says

    Thank you so much for this episode! I’m listening to it three years after it aired and I’m blessed by it now as my firstborn leaves for distant college in a few days. He’ll be deeply missed, but I’m thrilled for him and for all that the Lord has planned for our family in this big change. I had to look hard to find some positive words of wisdom that addressed this tricky time of transition for homeschool families. Your hindsight is priceless, gratifying, comforting, and hope-filled, all rolled together. Watching my boys eagerly becoming responsible, God-seeking men is just what we would hope for – it’s a gain and not a loss! Thank you again!

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