Leslie Nunnery

Leslie Nunnery is the co-founder of Teach Them Diligently Convention along with her husband David. She is the homeschool mother of four children who range in age from 8-15. She is an advocate of home education with a strong focus on discipleship which is evidenced in her writings and the events her family produces. She is also heavily involved in missions endeavors through Worldwide Tentmakers, for which her husband serves as president and Teach Them Diligently supports. Read More ..

Leslie Nunnery is the co-founder of Teach Them Diligently Convention along with her husband David. She is the homeschool mother of four children who range in age from 8-15. She is an advocate of home education with a strong focus on discipleship which is evidenced in her writings and the events her family produces. She is also heavily involved in missions endeavors through Worldwide Tentmakers, for which her husband serves as president and Teach Them Diligently supports.

Homeschool To College Facebook Party TONIGHT!!

Students and parents, do you have questions about the transition from Homeschool to College? Do you like free prizes? Come join us Thursday February 6th for the Teach them Diligently Facebook party, sponsored by Liberty University. Here you will have ... Continue Reading

Speaker Hangout With Carol Barnier

Join us Tuesday, February 4th at 3 pm Eastern as we chat with the delightful and encouraging Carol Barnier of Sizzle Bop.  Tune is as we discuss topics such as: How distractable kids learn. Putting motion into several academic subjects. ... Continue Reading

Faithfulness, Truth, Opposition and Homeschooling

By Alan Scholl, Freedom Project Education Our family began homeschooling nearly thirty years ago, based on three specific motivational factors. The first was a deep concern about the nature of public instruction, based on negative peer influence and false instruction ... Continue Reading

Three Tools for a Smooth College Transition

By Phylicia Duran As a home school graduate working for a university, one of the most common questions I receive is, “Was it difficult transitioning from home school to college?” I always smile as I answer a resounding “No! The ... Continue Reading

Stay Informed and Join Our Communities!

We’re getting closer and closer to convention time! We can’t believe it’s just under 60 days until the first convention, in Nashville begins. It’s our job to keep everyone in the know and to answer any questions you have about ... Continue Reading

Five Ways to Finance Your College Education

Of the many thoughts racing through a student’s mind as he approaches high school graduation, two of his preoccupations are likely, “What do I want to do for a career?” and “How do I pay for this?” The affordability of ... Continue Reading