Kerri Davidson| How to Teach with Sacred Art | The Catholic Homeschool Podcast

Adding Beauty into the daily lives of our family, helps us to transcend and fix our gaze on serving God each day. By introducing your children to beauty by way of Sacred Art in picture books you also teach the faith in one of the most natural ways!

Join Paola Ciskanik as she chats with Kerri Davidson, veteran homeschool mom of eight, author and co-founder of Holy Heroes, how Sacred Art can easily be part of your everyday homeschooling.

Along the way they talked about their many years homeschooling, sharing insights, encouragement and advice.

BOOKS Mentioned in the Podcast

Holy Angels Art BookI Believe Art Book

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Kerri Davidson

Catholic Mother and Author

Kerri has been married for 35 years to Ken. They have been blessed with 8 kids aged 16-30 and homeschooled them all from start to finish. Currently there are 3 in college and  3 graduated from college & married with kids. 2 youngest still homeschooled.

Kerri is a “revert” and together with her husband, they started Holy Heroes as a family business 16 years ago with Advent Adventure and 8 other products. They now offer many “Adventures” online free-of-charge, and continue to publish audio, video, & print products.

 

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