Hi! I’m Lee Ann Rubsam, author of Character Building for Families, a Bible-based character education study for homeschool families.
My husband Paul and I are former homeschooling parents. (Our children are grown now.) We started homeschooling back in the pioneer days of the home education movement, before many people knew what homeschooling was. Our daughters were with us at home for their entire elementary and high school education. We had a blast together! You will find our more detailed bio at Character Building for Families.
I hope you will visit our website to learn more about our character training manuals. They are easy to use, and a great way for the entire family to grow together in Christ-like character qualities. (Besides, your kids will love them!)
We have quite a bit of free info for you at the Character Building for Families website too, some specifically geared toward homeschooling families and some just plain encouraging for all Christians! You may want to check out The Names of God and Messiah Prophecies pages.
We have other resources for you, including River Life: Entering into the Character of Jesus, which is a character study geared toward high schoolers and adults, and Before Whom We Stand: The Everyman’s Guide to the Nature of God. All of our books and audio resources can be found at Character Building for Families (under “Products”) or Full Gospel Family Publications.
In addition to writing for homeschool families, I write a lot about prayer. If that is an interest of yours, you might want to take a look at my Out of the Fire blog. Besides my books and prayer blog, Paul and I teach prayer workshops from time to time. You can see what we offer, or schedule a workshop, by visiting Out of the Fire Ministries.
Now, what about this blog? I write on various homeschool topics, but especially character education from a homeschool perspective. If you don’t want to miss a thing, in the right-hand column of this page, you will find an option to subscribe via e-mail.
Thank you for stopping by! ~ Lee Ann