|Full-time Fathering: An Interview with Kevin Swanson||Vol. 112, Prg. 26–30|
June 11–15, 2012
After a long hard day at work, it can be really difficult for fathers to take an active role in parenting. This week on Home School Heartbeat, Kevin Swanson shares with Mike Smith some of the ways he discovered to do just that!
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Homeschooled himself in the 1960’s and 70’s, Kevin Swanson and his wife, Brenda, are now homeschooling their five children. Kevin has 35 years of experience in the homeschooling movement and serves as the founding director of Generations with Vision’a ministry he founded to strengthen homeschool families around the country. As a father who wants to leave a godly heritage for his own five children, Kevin’s passion is to strengthen and encourage the homeschooling movement all over the world, and to cast a vision for generations to come. For the last 7 years Kevin has hosted a daily radio program—Generations Radio—the world’s largest homeschooling and Biblical worldview radio program that reaches families across the U.S. and in over 80 countries.
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