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Boys and Media

Speaker: Hal and Melanie Young How do you teach a young man to keep his way pure when the red-light district is riding around in his pocket – or his friend’s? How can you help a boy think about the future when he only wants to game all day? Media addiction and porn are derailing […]

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Lessons from Esther: Peace in Times of Fear

Speaker: Heidi St. John In stressful situations, can you prayerfully wait for God’s direction and timing? Today we are surrounded by a culture that is opposed to the principles of God’s word. It’s easy to succumb to fear: “What if I miss something?” “I know I’m supposed to do this… but WHAT IF I ruin […]

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What If You Could Use your Time in High School to Actually Learn a Foreign Language that Will Help You Become a Way More Successful Adult?

Speaker: Adelaide Olguin Does your teen roll their eyes at the thought of having to learn a foriegn language in order to graduate high school? I remember not being as excited about learning Spanish in high school as I was about making sure I got an A in class- even though I wasn’t actually speaking […]

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Unit Studies: How to use what your child WANTS to learn to teach what they NEED to learn

Speaker: Brandy Champeau Every child has a passion. Maybe its horses, dragons or Minecraft. This workshop will show you the steps I take to turn a single book, topic, or passion and craft a multi subject unit study. I will give you an actionable strategy for how to leverage you child’s individual interests to make […]

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“I’d Love To Help, but how?” Dads and Homeschooling

Speaker: Darren A. Jones In many homeschooling families, Mom is the day-to-day teacher with input and support from Dad, but it doesn’t have to be that way—and it often isn’t. What happens when Dad is more involved or even the primary educator (and not just for the seriously cool science experiments)? Navigating play dates, setting […]

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Cultivating God’s Purpose in Your Child’s Life

Speaker: Kate Battistelli Successful adults don’t happen by accident. It takes wisdom to raise your children with a strong sense of their destiny in God and a deep knowledge of their gifts and callings. Join Kate as she shares what she learned about parenting during the journey of raising her daughter, GRAMMY award winning recording […]

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Leadership Lessons for Our Sons from George Washington, Robert E. Lee, and Winston Churchill

Speaker: Bill Potter Our children are the future of our country and the Church. They must be trained to stand in the day of battle, lead when others falter, and live lives that exemplify character, courage, and perseverance. We do not have to invent historical examples of such leaders, nor despair because such men are […]

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Influence vs. Control: How to Best Motivate Your Child

Speaker: Israel Wayne There is a careful tension that must be maintained between being your child’s authority figure and being their life coach. There is a necessary shift in approach that must take place as your children go through various stages of development. If this transition is not carefully managed, your parenting approach will likely […]

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Change: Teach Them Don’t Tell Them

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch Are you frustrated because your children won’t change or don’t seem able to change in ways you want them to? Dr. Kathy will help you understand several subtle attitudes and habits that make change difficult so you can determine which ones are relevant and how to decrease their effects. Then learn […]

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How Life Coaching Skills Can Help You Be A Better Homeschool Mom

Speaker: Jackie Mckennon Come learn and explore some of the impactful lessons of life coaching. Whether going through a personal struggle, a difficult season or looking to change things up a bit, working with a coach can help you achieve your goals and might actually change your life! This session will discuss some of the […]

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Back to Basics: Getting started homeschooling How To get the most out of Virtual field trips and experiences

Speaker: Erin Wainright Back to Basics: Getting started homeschooling How To get the most out of Virtual field trips and experiences Listen Now

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Character Education: Homeschooling Kids with Character Everyday

Speaker: September McCarthy While pouring over our curriculum and scheduling all the necessary ingredients into our homeschool day, we often miss one of the most important parts to launching our arrows into the world. Character. September will share how character can be woven into the DNA of your homeschool day and life of your family. […]

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Culture Shock: How to Equip Your Kids to Thrive in a Post-Christian Era

Speaker: Heidi St. John Many parents are struggling to talk to their kids about the rapidly changing cultural landscape, and we often forget that God’s unchanging Word offers relevant answers to even our most challenging questions. It’s more important than ever to teach our children what God says about their worth, their sexuality and their […]

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The Homeschool Mom’s Self-Care Plan

Speaker: Deven Vasko Self Care is vital to your success as a Professional Home Educator. Join me as we define: what it is; what it isn’t; and how to intentionally plan to include it as a part of your day. Listen Now

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Schedules…Helping Our Children to be Happy

Speaker: Monica Irvine Imagine your children waking up with an alarm clock, making their bed, completing their morning hygiene duties, saying their morning personal prayer, completing their morning chores without any verbal reminder from you? Imagine your family having the time for family devotion, family projects, family fun time, one-on-one time with each child, date […]

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Simplifying College Prep

Speaker: Matthew Bullington There are a lot of options out there when it comes to college preparation. Do we dual enroll? Take the AP, CLEP, DSST? Is the PSAT necessary? How do I decide between the ACT/SAT? Should I take a gap year? If my child has no idea what he/she wants to do, should […]

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Focus Children’s Thinking to Increase Learning and Decrease Frustration

Speaker: Dr. Kathy Koch When children don’t focus or don’t know what to focus on they become frustrated and less motivated and so do you. Learn how to focus their thinking so they know what to think about, what to think with, and why. The practical and realistic planning model will increase learning and decrease […]

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Using Consequences Effectively

Speaker: Sonya Shafer We talk a lot about using consequences in habit-training and parenting, but what are they exactly and how are we supposed to use them? Join Sonya for a look at the natural consequences that Charlotte Mason mentioned, the principles behind them, and tips for using consequences effectively with your own children. Listen […]

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Help! I’m Homeschooling and I Have a Toddler Strapped to My Leg

Speaker: Jamie Erickson “Mom, Johnny’s drinking from the dog dish again!” Homeschooling with little ones under foot can often feel a bit like brushing your teeth while eating Oreos–a bit counterintuitive. But, the fact is, the foundation of homeschool is HOME and everyone in it, even the toddler who’s currently feeding Cheerios to the goldfish. […]

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Understanding the Temperaments (And Their Blends)

Speaker: Catherine Zoller “Train up a child in the way he should go, even when he is old he will not depart from it” (Prov. 22:6) has often been misunderstood as assuring parents of prodigals that they will return to the Lord. However, the verse is more properly translated, “Train….according to their bent, or in […]

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