Scott LaPierre

Scott LaPierre is the senior pastor of Woodland Christian Church in Woodland, WA, an author, and conference speaker. He holds an MA in Biblical Studies from Liberty University. Scott and his wife, Katie, have nine children and they are passionate homeschooling advocates. Scott is a former schoolteacher and Army officer.

Workshops from Scott LaPierre (may vary by event location)

Strong Marriages for Healthy, Homeschooling Environments

Homeschooling children can flourish when parents have strong, healthy marriages. Conversely, children suffer when there’s conflict between Mom and Dad. Learn how parents how parents can have relationships that allow children to prosper, not just academically, but emotionally and spiritually.

Bible, For Men, For Women, Growth, Relationships

A Biblical View of Finances

Develop a scriptural understanding of one of our greatest stewardships. Learn principles for adults to apply to their marriages, and for parents to pass along to their children.

Discipleship, For Men, For Women, Parenting

A Husband’s Love and a Wife’s Respect

Husbands are commanded to love their wives, but wives are commanded to respect their husbands (Ephesians 5:33). Learn why there are two different commands, and what this difference means for men and women.

For Men, For Women, Relationships

Avoiding Hypocrisy in Parenting

We desire the best for our children. We want them to embrace the Gospel and follow the Lord at the earliest possible time in their lives. Our children face so many threats today. Could one of those threats be from their own parents? As Christian parents what can we do to avoid hypocrisy in our parenting and ensure our children see the Gospel in us, through our lives, and through our parenting?

Discipleship, For Men, For Women, Parenting, Prayer, Relationships

A Biblical View of Children

What does the Bible say about children? They’re a gift, reward, and blessing. Opening the womb was one of God’s most gracious acts in Scripture. Conversely, barrenness was one of the worst trials for people to endure. As Christians, what application does this have for us? How should we view children today?

Bible, Biblical Worldview & Culture, Discipleship, For Men, For Women, Parenting, Relationships