Hope Chest Journey

The Hope Chest Journey: A Call to Beauty and Grace and the Tool Box Journey: Raising Men of Valor - 
The Hope Chest Journey is a mother‑daughter journey of the heart, mind, and hands, through the discovering of the Lost Arts of Queenship. The development of beauty is an inner journey and the development of grace is the outward expression of that inner journey. This journey builds motherhood, family life, and community. This is a practical education, with easy to implement ideas. Come learn about how to start a Hope Chest Journey with your daughter(s) and create a Princess Academy in your home. We are all daughters of the Heavenly King. While a Princess is born, a queen is made. Creating a Princess Academy in the home is a vehicle to help mothers and daughters succeed in their journey by building a community that is mutually supportive. What about our sons?  Theirs is the Tool Box Journey. Come and see!

More about Donna Goff:

"My husband, Roger, and I are parents of seven children (four sons and three daughters). We are also grandparents to thirteen grandchildren (three granddaughters and ten grandsons)! We have home educated our children since 1983 and we are still in the trenches." Donna loves to be a wife, mother, and grandmother. She also loves frugality, learning, creativity, living providently, gardening, hiking, creating stained glass murals, oil painting, writing poetry, research, and sharing! BA Art '80. MA Ed. ‘08.  Donna is owner and The Homeschool Mommy Mentor at MentoringOurOwn.com She has presented at dozens of home school conferences in California, Oregon, Nevada, Utah, and Virginia, since 1995. She created the Mentoring Our Own Yahoo Group in 2002. Donna founded a private cyber-school and cottage school / home education hybrid in 2002. In 2009, Donna and her daughters Julia Groves and Jennifer Walton co-founded Princess Academies, which later became Royal Academe, and finally Mentoring Our Own.

More presentations we have in our archives by Donna Goff:

My Preschooler is Really Smart, Like Gifted. Now What Do I Do?
What do gifted children need? Especially in the early years.  Giftedness and Executive Function.  Hypersensitivities are part of the package.[...]
Educating our Daughters for a Whole life
What are the skills your daughters need for a whole life? Many mothers today do not know because they were[...]

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