S5E3 | Homeschooling Through Challenges: Moving (with Ana Willis)
The challenge of moving can bring chaos to the whole family, and throwing homeschooling into the mix is a recipe for complete overwhelm! In this episode, Julie talks with Ana Willis about how she tackled this challenge with her own family and how to make it manageable for parents and children.
Ana is a wife and homeschool mom of three turned homeschool blogger. She is also a women's pastor, entrepreneur, and a passionate Bible and Hebrew teacher. She loves helping homeschool moms to find joy and fulfillment in their homeschool calling. Her goal is to help moms go from stressed to blessed, nurturing a restful homeschooling through a living education, and living a beyond blessed life.
Ana studied Theology at New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary and has a double Bachelor's degree in Biblical and Jewish Studies from Israel College of the Bible in Jerusalem.
She is the founder of Hebrew for Homeschoolers, a course that teaches homeschool families to read, write, and speak Hebrew in only 4-10 weeks.
For the past six years, Ana has been mentoring thousands of homeschool moms through They Call Me Blessed, The Homeschool Sisterhood, and co-hosting the Charlotte Mason Inspired Online Conference.
Ana loves bringing God's people together and above all, she loves bringing people closer to God!
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