“That I may come unto you with joy by the will of God, and may with you be refreshed.” Romans 1:32
Teacher Time Out –
Strive to Thrive Meeting
Tuesday, August 28, 6-9pm
Alamo Cafe (281 near Bitters)
14250 San Pedro Ave
RSVP by August 27 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Homeschool moms need time! Down time! Adult discussion time! Lifting each other up and helping each other! Being a mom is the toughest job in the world, add on being their teacher and it can be overwhelming. We all have survival tips we can share, so our topic this month is to motivate each other to “strive to thrive” and not just survive. It is possible! We need each other to start this school year equipped with techniques to keep our heads up and make progress in this challenging life of homeschooling.
“…motivate each other to “strive to thrive”
and not just survive.”
You need a time out! Teacher Time Out is a time to be R.E.A.L. with other home school moms. Women need each other!
Real with each other
Encouraged by one another
Affirmed by God’s Word
Laughing together as friends
Since we are changing locations and to an evening time, we need your input. Come let us know how this group can serve you and how we can help you be the homeschool mom God has called you to be.
Join us every month! Keep up to date by reading the MANNA for the topic, date, location, and time. The group isn’t the same without YOU, so come join the productive fun!
Joyfully His is led by Jeanette Watje and Darlene Mckeen. We encourage an atmosphere where you can share your experiences and learn with and from other homeschool moms without fear of judgment or condemnation.
“…share your experiences and learn with and from other homeschool moms…”
Let me know you are joining the fun by Monday, August 27 so we have a big enough table for all of us! We will all have separate checks and this is for Moms and nursing babies only. RSVP to Jeanette at email@example.com
Jeanette Watje facilitates Joyfully His and will soon celebrate being married to her best friend, Paul for 26 years! They have ten children, ages 4 to 24, three grandkids, and another grandbaby on the way! A city girl born and raised in SA, she has lived in New Braunfels 13 years and accepts it is not her thing to do anything farmish. She has led multiple women’s groups, speaks on organization and marriage, and enjoys using her task-oriented abilities to plan fun events. While her loud laugh can be annoying to her kids, most appreciate her light hearted attitude. One of Jeanette’s passions is being transparent about her mistakes in hopes of helping others, especially in pouring into their marriage and keeping them home fires burning.
Susan Iverson has been married to her high school sweetheart, Justin, for 20 years. They moved from the Midwest to San Antonio in 1999 after graduating from college, and then began their careers in the public school system. The Lord has richly blessed the Iversons with eight children, from an infant to high schoolers and everything in between. All of their children have been home educated from the start. Susan strives to create order out of chaos in her own home and school. Since 2015, she has been grateful for the opportunity to empower home schooling mothers through speaking at various workshops through FEAST and other venues. She also looks forward to interacting regularly with other home schoolers as she serves as co-leader for a couple of local support groups this year.