A little about my homeschool ministry:
In 2002, the Lord gave me a vision. It was to encourage, ignite, and implement a strong support for women who homeschool their children. Through the passion of my own experience, I began to reach out to women through blogging and my local church. I gained a large audience simply by sharing my own personal struggles and victories in daily homeschooling. As my blog became more known, it became a platform where I was able to share stories and biblical encouragement, as well as helpful advice to the struggling homeschool mom. My desire to share Jesus and give educational support grew deeper as I began to talk with more and more families; especially for those who had little to no resources available.
Soon, I was able to use my blogging as a way to reach those in desolate locations, as well as populated cities. I began to help mom’s by posting personal reviews on curriculum, free educational websites and material. By doing so, it soon sparked an interest with homeschool mom’s around the world. My small blogging ministry soon bloomed into a worldwide educational resource website. Homeschooling families began to contribute their own free educational resources to my site. Presently, my small blog has now grown into this website that hosts over 1,000+ educational weblinks for homeschooling families – all for the purpose to use as a FREE resource from the comfort of their own homes. I have also developed a Yahoo group that supports the homeschool family through encouragement and topical discussions. On a much broader spectrum, my Yahoo group has extended itself on Facebook (WeblinkEducation). Daily we bring questions, advice, and encouragement. to any who wish to become a fan.
Ministry – I am so privileged to have a closer, more intimate connection with homeschooling families through a hands-on ministry separate from the Internet arena. My hearts desire has always been to help families connect with other homeschool families when they relocate; as well as give evaluation on curriculum choice and programs available. Having a hands-on ministry, I am able to do so. I regularly provide material, counseling, and resources to low-income families; as well as those who are still questioning their calling to homeschool. It’s an incredible ministry where encouragement and personal experiences are shared and learned by each other. I work with families daily and I love it.