A Father’s Stew: Biblical Integration of Family, Work, and Ministry

Congratulations Judi for winning Hunter Beck’s Marshmallow Gun Business book! And… Pam won Jill Pike’s favorite IEW audio workshops from Andrew Pudewa.

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A Father's StewA Father’s Stew: Biblical Integration of Family, Work, and Ministry,
by Stephen Beck

  • Discover the Secret to Success in Your Family, Work and Ministry by Following the Biblical Call to Blend the Three Areas That Occupy All of Your Waking Hours…Your Family, Work and Ministry!Integrating the God-given priorities of family, work, and ministry is the constant challenge faced by every father. In A Father’s Stew, Stephen Beck has done us a great service by dealing biblically and practically with these issues.~Philip Lancaster, Patriarch Magazine

 

Jill Pike’s Favorite IEW Audio Workshops

A collection of my favorite talks from Andrew Pudewa that gave me the tools to become a homeschool super hero, so they can too! (9 mp3 audio downloads, a $27 value)

Institute for Excellence in Writing - Andrew PudewaThe talks are:

  • The Four Language Arts
  • Fairy Tales and the Moral Imagination
  • Teaching Boys
  • Freedomship Education
  • Humor & Other Motivators in Teaching
  • Mastery Learning
  • Nurturing Competent Communicators
  • Reaching the Reluctant Writer
  • Dictation and Narration

How to Homeschool my Child

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10 Responses to “A Father’s Stew: Biblical Integration of Family, Work, and Ministry”

  1. caroline

    How fun to see Jill is a speaker! A few of my children have taken science classes with her. I so appreciate the topic of Stephen’s talk. For years I have mulled the question of integrating my husbands’s work with our family.. his insights are appreciated and needed!

  2. homeschoolheroes

    Caroline,
    Even though the picture is Steve’s, it’s me that writes replies. I can’t figure out how to change that image to me.

    I will pass along your kind words to Stephen. I know they will encourage him.

    Kerry

  3. Nancy Meyr

    I am so excited by all that you have offered us, Kerry and Stephen… and even if I’m not the one chosen to win the prizes, I so appreciate the fact that you’ve offered it as a possibility. This mini convention at home has been a tremendous blessing. Thank you so very much for doing this for us!

  4. homeschoolheroes

    Nancy,
    Thank You! I appreciate your encouraging words. I will share them with Stephen. I’m glad this has been a tremendous blessing.
    Kerry

  5. Kirsten

    I loved all the ideas for tactile learners in the session last nite. My son is a hands-on learner, so I appreciated her ideas for using paint and play-doh and more to let him experience what he is learning.

  6. homeschoolheroes

    Kirsten,
    Stef has a column on her blog called Tactile Tuesday. You should check it out here:
    http://educatinglaytons.com/category/tactile-tuesday/
    I also have some hands-on activities on my regular blog: http://HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com/blog
    Look for activity guide category
    Kerry

  7. AnnMarie

    Though I have not been able to listen much…I just don’t get the timing thing…I was able to listen to Stephens interview. My husband is desiring to start an at home business…he just doesn’t know what yet…but his talk was encouraging for me to hear WHY do I want my husband to work at home? What are my underlying motives? And he was encouraged to TRY some things before quitting what he is doing now. Thank you for all of this!

  8. Tracey M.

    I enjoyed listening to the sessions. The most important thing I have heard over and over again is read aloud to your children. My daughter learned to read at a very young age and our read aloud sessions have decreased more and more over the years. Just because she knows how to read fluently doesn’t mean we can’t snuggle together for me to read aloud books. It is difficult at times because she wants to take charge and read. I am going to try turn taking and my goal this year will be to read aloud more often. I would love to win Jill Pike’s audio workshops or Father’s Stew. Thank you for the opportunity.
    Tracey M.

  9. Valerie J

    My greatest a-ha moments were – I missed it again! It’s so hard for me to be at the computer at those particular times. Now I know why you have the audios available. :)

  10. Guisla

    Every speaker I heard was so encouraging. This has been a lot of fun for me. Thanks for sharing!

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