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Planning, Scheduling & Organizing

Speaker: Megan Hutson Do you feel as though you are throwing your school year together as you are running full speed ahead? Do you find yourself surrounded by piles of unorganized and ungraded work? In this workshop we will talk about ways to plan your school year to prevent feeling as though you are “winging […]

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Choosing a College/Major/Career: It’s Better to get it Right than Fast

Speaker: Jeff Reep In light of the fact that 66% of college students change their majors more than once and on the day of graduation 40% of college graduates wish they had a different major, it’s important to start early and take this decision seriously. Individuals often make decisions without much thought and with limited […]

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Create a Dynamic Unit Study from any Novel

Speaker: Tricia Goyer Looking for a great curriculum? Look no farther than your family bookshelf. Tricia Goyer will share how to create a dynamic unit study from any novel … in 30 minutes or less! Use fiction to create schoolwork that’s FUN and inspires a love of learning. Listen Now

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Smile Stealers and Smile Makers!!!

Speaker: Todd Wilson You started this homeschooling journey because you thought it was going to be fun. You envisioned yourself teaching your children and smiling through each day. Then something happened. You stopped smiling. There’s a reason for that and some things you can do to bring back those smiles not only for yourself but […]

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Refocus on Marriage (Women Only)

Speaker: Leslie Nunnery The world is full of messaging that breeds discontent— your finances are not enough, your opportunities are not enough, your marriage is not enough, etc. Instagram and Facebook absolutely breed that discontent and encourage us to lean into it and feast on it. So, it’s time to refocus our hearts and minds […]

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Fighting Apathy: Teaching Your Teens to Care

Speaker: Chuck Black More than ever before, raising teenagers that care about their faith is hard, especially in a culture that is quickly becoming increasingly hostile toward Christians. When a child enters those confusing years, the enemy uses dozens of weapons to rob them of their faith. Spiritual apathy is insidious and perhaps the most […]

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Raising Godly Boys: The Four-Step Proven Process for Growing Boys into Godly Men

Speaker: Mark Hancock Boys are in trouble. Hear Mark Hancock, Homeschool Dad, Mental Health Counselor, and CEO of Trail Life USA talk about proven processes for helping to pull boys out of the cultural mire that seems to want to declare them deficient. If you have a boy in your home or are leading boys, […]

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Multi-Grade, Multi-Age, Multi-Learning Styles? All Together without Mom Losing her Mind!

Speaker: Tomara Reeves Are you longing to find ways in your day to bring all your children together around the table? Do you need refreshing tips that show you how to combine subjects in a way that meets the needs of all your children? Are you weary of juggling different history time periods for the […]

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Five Easy Steps to Make History Fun

Speaker: Nicki Truesdell Those who don’t know history are doomed to repeat it. How terribly true this is. While you probably understand its importance, you might be thinking “I wasn’t taught history, either” or “I don’t remember anything!” How can parents make history fun in their home without a background in history? Nicki will share […]

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Experience the Classical Education Model While Learning About Triangles

Speaker: Maggie Steele Experience Classical Education in action! We will model and practice the three arts of the trivium: grammar, dialectic, and rhetoric. Using the triangles as a springboard, this interactive session will demonstrate how learning progresses throughout a student’s life. Listen Now

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Stop the Yelling, Lecturing & Power Struggles

Speaker: Kirk Martin Do you need help calming your explosive household? Tired of yelling at, negotiating with and bribing your child? Do you want your child to take responsibility for his schoolwork, chores and attitude? It’s time to stop the yelling, arguing and power struggles with toddlers and teens. Moms, it’s not your job to […]

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8 Laws Every Texas Parent Should Know

Speaker: Bradley Pierce Can a social worker come into your home without a warrant? How old does your child have to be to leave them home alone? Part of protecting your parental rights is being informed on the laws in your state. Come learn eight laws that every Texas parent should know. Session includes Q&A. […]

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The Pied Piper: How media is leading our children astray and what you can do about it

Speaker: Heather Bitterling This session will look at the impact that film, literature, and music can have on our children. With 30 years experience in the field, Craig and Heather will give an insider’s view into the goals of the industry and how they package information in a way that can change our perspective little […]

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Books as Mirrors, Windows, and Sliding Glass Doors

Speaker: Amber O’Neal Johnston When children are unable to see themselves reflected in their schoolbooks, they fail to develop positive feelings of self-worth. And when they lack occasions to examine similarities and differences between themselves and others, they miss out on valuable opportunities for recognizing the shared humanity that binds all people together. A mirror […]

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The Theology of Technology, A Brief Overview

Speaker: Chris Kaspar When Cain killed Abel, he ran to technology to fill the God-shaped hole in his life. How can we apply transcendent truths to today’s choices regarding technology? Let’s dive into a topic that rarely hits the pulpit but is intensely relevant. Understand fundamental Biblical principles and guide your family’s vision for technology. […]

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Women of the Protestant Reformation, Exemplars of Virtue and Competence

Speaker: Bill Potter We’ve all heard of Luther, Calvin and Knox. Key to their ministries and the success of the Protestant Reformation are wives, daughters, and other “ladies of the Covenant,” who suffered as much or more than their men, promoted the proclamation of the Gospel, raised godly families, protected and provided for refugees, and […]

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Unveil the Bible with Creativity

Speaker: Davy Liu We believe that children’s entertainment, in all forms, plays a powerful role in shaping the beliefs of our vulnerable youth. Kendu Kids strives to provide parents with inspiring creative contents for their children. Davy Liu, founder of Kendu Kids and former Disney animator on “The Lion King”, “Beauty and the Beast”, “Aladdin”, […]

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Identity: I’m Stressed and Depressed – Does Anything Else Matter?

Speaker: Kathy Koch Many teens are overwhelmed and giving up. So are some children! Many are anxious, confused, angry, and suicidal. They’re also talented, multi-passionate, concerned, and able to solve problems. Identity influences children’s relationships, academics, future, hopes, beliefs, and so much more. Learn how to parent and lead so children will have a healthy […]

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Discipline with Love So We Don’t Break Our Child’s Spirit

Speaker: Monica Irvine I know you have felt the pain of regret when you have had a moment of failure when discipling your children. I know many of you are fighting against habits you learned from your parents that you swore you would never do. I know you want to parent with love, honor and […]

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Thinking of taking a Gap Year?

Speaker: Brian Tanedo For years, you’ve instilled biblical values and guided your children through life. Now, as they prepare to leave your home, you can trust us to do the same. The Word of Life Bible Institute is an accredited, collegiate-level program where students spend one to two years studying the Bible and living in […]

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How Can We Find Great Stories for Our Children’s Good?

Speaker: E. Stephen Burnett Many fantastical tales look okay but may endorse ungodly ideas. That’s why more conservative groups are offering newer fiction to teach your kids moral values. How can Christian parents find the good stuff that will disciple your children’s heads and hearts? Lorehaven.com founder E. Stephen Burnett (coauthor of The Pop Culture […]

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You Need the Life, Power, and Love of Jesus

Speaker: Norm Wakefield Nothing is more frustrating than being homeschooled without the life, power, and love of Jesus, except trying to parent and homeschool without the life, power, and love of Jesus. Jesus said, “Apart from Me you can’t parent or homeschool.” OK, well those weren’t His exact words, but the meaning is the same. […]

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The Messianic Character of American Education

Speaker: Bill Potter This class is a survey of the historical origins of the broken and depraved government schools of today. They did not suddenly erupt like Vesuvius in the last ten years. The seeds were sown in colonial times, and the creators of the modern “common schools” system were established by educational presuppositions in […]

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