Mission

The Mission of Training Sons website is to be a place we can talk about and glean from each other as we train our sons up. A mom’s job in training her sons is not the same as Dad’s, but it is so vital to their walk with the Father and growth in the Scriptures, because Moms are usually with sons more during the day, administering Dad’s instruction and goals to the son.

We must know Dad’s goals for our sons, and we must know Yehovah God’s plans for our sons. In order to know these things, we must ask. This is not always easy, but it is something we must do if we are to train them up properly.

I do not have the answers. I know very little, and as I help train up our sons, I am sure I will find I know less than I think. I am privileged, though, to have friends who also humble themselves and ask and share and believe it is of utmost importance to train up sons who love Yehovah, and this is why I am writing here. Well, that and the fact that our twelve-year-old son wanted to write for a magazine blog! :)

Please join me in this mission, to seek and learn and share all Yehovah has for us in mothering our sons to him and his purposes.

Blessings~

Jacque Sig

Mrs. Jacque Dixon and her husband, Matt, train their eight children – three of them boys, ages, 12, 6 and 4 -  up in the LORD home schooling on their small homestead in Indiana. They are the founders of Gleaning the Harvest, presenting widows and fatherless to the Body of Christ. She is owner and publisher of Training Sons to Be Men, and Training Daughters, Teaching Wives, where she is a regular columnist. You can also read encouraging home school articles and more about the Dixon family at Walking Therein.

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