Strengthen Your Family through Biblical Homeschooling
Strengthen Your Family through Biblical Homeschooling

Your homeschool family
needs strengthening

Thousands of homeschooling parents have described Teach Them Diligently as the highlight of their year! If you have never been to a homeschool convention, we invite you to experience Teach Them Diligently as your first. You'll be glad you did! Homeschooling your children is not simply an academic exercise. It is about discipleship and raising the next generation of believers.
For 9 years, our homeschool events have been like a waterfall of encouragement for families. We would love for you to join us in 2019!
Homeschool Workshop
Teach Them Diligently
Do you want to know what a Christian Family should look like? We believe Deut. 6:7 paints a clear picture of how discipleship works in the home.
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My children who are never away from me for more than a couple of hours begged, "Please don't pick us up early from the children's program. We don't want to miss a minute!" They enjoyed the program so much, and I appreciate all of the energy and fun that was poured into them in such a loving and Christian environment. They're begging to come back next year.
The Foundation
Parents who are unified in vision and are dedicated to putting Christ first are the foundation of Biblical homeschooling.
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My husband and I would not be who we are today (as a couple, as parents, or as a homeschool family) if it were not for Teach Them Diligently. The speakers and resources you have made available to us have encouraged and equipped us to do what God had called us to do.
Smiling Homeschool Family
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Strengthen Your Family
Come to one of our events. Make use of the resources we have available online. Experience the difference it will have on your family.
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The refreshment to my soul, wisdom and knowledge in my mind and encouragement to my heart was way more than I had anticipated.
What others like you are saying!
  • Mark Hamby's session on the Strong-Willed Parent will shock you, move you, and have you in tears. But if you have a child you butt heads with, and learn that they are not the only strong-willed one in the house, this is for you. God spoke to me so much through Rachael Carman, as well - "That Child" and "How Many Times Do I Have to Tell You." Also Carol Barnier. Oh, and of course, Ken Ham was amazing!
  • I loved the time with friends! I loved that prayer was a Major focus at the beginning and end of each session I went to. Before I came I was feeling dry in my homeschooling, and just life. After the conference God lit a fire in me, to continue the journey well, and renewed my vision for why I am homeschooling. Thank you so much for all you do for this conference!! It is making a BIG impact!
  • We had a wonderful time this weekend and thought you did a great job with the conference. It truly blessed our family and renewed our spirit; it was just what we needed.
  • My family and I had a wonderful time at TTD Nashville. It was a great environment, and the speakers kept it Christ-centered.
  • Great weekend! Blessed and informed more than I ever expected.
Teach Them Diligently Sponsors
Christian Healthcare Ministries
Truett McConnell University
Worldwide Tentmakers
Timothy Plan
Evangelical Christian Credit Union
Bob Jones University
Covenant Eyes
Cedarville University
Classical Conversations
Ohio Christian University
Liberty University
World News Group
University of Mobile
Schoolhouse Rocked
Genesis: Paradise Lost
Erskine College
Abeka
Creating A Masterpiece
AOP
Pure Flix
Word of Life
Creation Today
Thrivent
Overcomer - Kendrick Brothers
The Moses Controversy
Teen Missions International
Sight & Sound Theatres : Noah
"And thou shalt teach them diligently unto thy children,
and shalt talk of them when thou sittest in thine house."
- Deuteronomy 6:7
Yes, I want more from this Homeschooling Community!
Questions?
800-223-9491
Teach Them Diligently Homeschool Convention
2435 East North Street, Suite 1108 PMB 363
Greenville, SC 29615
teachthemdiligently.net

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