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 ..

Confidence • Clarity • Continuing Education: All Can Be Gained At A Homeschool Convention

Confidence • Clarity • Continuing Education: All Can Be Gained At A Homeschool Convention

Home education is growing at a remarkable rate in the United States ... Continue Reading

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Speaker Spotlight with Jan Bedell– PLUS A Giveaway!

Speaker Spotlight with Jan Bedell– PLUS A Giveaway!

Join Leslie as she welcomes Jan Bedell of Little Giant Steps to ... Continue Reading

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Sponsor Reveal Facebook Party Door Prizes and GRAND PRIZE DRAWING

Sponsor Reveal Facebook Party Door Prizes and GRAND PRIZE DRAWING

  What fun would a Facebook Party be if there were no ... Continue Reading

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12 Stones– So They Never Forget.

12 Stones– So They Never Forget.

David and I have gotten to be involved in some pretty amazing ... Continue Reading

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Heart Health For Your Homeschool

Heart Health For Your Homeschool

My dad had open heart surgery this week. God spared his life ... Continue Reading

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FlyLady Announcement and Giveaway

FlyLady Announcement and Giveaway

When my oldest son was very little, I heard about a lady ... Continue Reading

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Homeschool To College- Will You And Your Child Be Prepared?

Homeschool To College- Will You And Your Child Be Prepared?

When should you start preparing your children for the transition from homeschool ... Continue Reading

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Birth to Five – The Pivotal Years!

Birth to Five – The Pivotal Years!

With the exception of teaching a few colors, numbers, and maybe some ... Continue Reading

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