Speaker: Mike Snavely The goal of Christianity is not only salvation, but growth and discipleship. It falls to the Christians of every generation to mature in the faith, and figure out the best way to faithfully and successfully pass that “torch” to the next generation. Each generation and culture must understand the importance and pertinence […]
Speaker: Renton Rathbun There have been many news articles about unrest and political activism in the public university. There have also been many stories of students leaving the faith after attending public universities. What are Christian homeschoolers in for when they embark on attending such a place? As a former public college/university professor, I will […]
Speaker: Mike Tiland Understanding our own worldview and the way that impacts how we live in the world is incredibly important. What is a Biblical worldview? What difference does it make if we live according to a Biblical worldview or the version of the Bible that makes us more comfortable? In this session we examine […]
Speaker: Israel Wayne Are your children prepared to face the “Real World”? Learn how to equip your children to stand against the flood of secularism that threatens to drown them. What is your worldview? How are you going to transfer it to your children? Will you be more effective than the media and popular culture? […]
I have often said that I don’t care if my children know all the math
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Speaker: Sharon Fisher Is Jesus on your lesson plans? Do you know how to influence your child’s worldview day-by-day and in each homeschool subject? Your child’s behavior, worldview, and what He knows about God and the subject matter you are teaching is all connected. Let’s talk about where to really start. Listen Now
Speaker: Patrick Nurre There is more to building a solid worldview than having a right catechism of creation. Our culture is on the move to destroy Biblical faith. This is no more apparent than in the treatment of the book of Genesis. Part of the solution for our kids is in knowing what the Bible […]
Speaker: Mark Hamby Travel through Proverbs 1-9, and learn why the “fear of God” is a prerequisite to His love and how the “fear of the LORD” can turn careless children into cautious thought-full decision makers. Learning to love what God loves and hate what God hates is foundational for a child’s worldview to develop […]
Speaker: Mark Hamby In an age of amusement, we must guard against influences that excite the senses, circumvent reason, and foster gullibility. Through the art of storytelling and the prodding of the mysterious ancient Shepherd of Ecclesiastes 12, learn how to test the worthiness of stories—a collection of words that represent an author’s worldview. Discover […]
Speaker: Ken Ham This Keynote develops how to equip generations with the correct foundation and worldview to be able to impact secularists, the church and the culture with the truth of God’s Word and the gospel. How do we witness in a world where we are confronted with a gender revolution, abortion, euthanasia, gay marriage, […]
Speaker: Elizabeth Urbanowicz A host of competing worldviews call out to our children. While protecting them from specific cultural influences is beneficial, we need to prepare our children to have a vibrant faith in a secular culture. How can we equip our children to navigate the thousands of false messages that clamor for their attention? […]
We live in a culture growing increasingly hostile to Christianity. But God can use our words to affect minds and hearts. Come learn about the power of apologetics and worldview in the life of your family and how to raise confident, courageous communicators who will make a difference in the world.
The Bible consistently reminds us to have our understanding renewed, or washed, by the Word. So why do some curricula include a study of pagan mythology? Why spend time reading about Greek or Roman gods when we could be doing something “Christian”?? Join us for a discussion on why you should include reading the pagan classics in your schooling.
Most of us know that worry is wrong, so we disguise it with different terms like, concerned, troubled, or bothered. Regardless of the term used, worry saps our energy, drains our joy, destroys evangelism, and even aggravates many physical ailments. The Bible is clear that worry is sinful, idolatrous, and a sign of unbelief, and that fear is wrong when it is allowed to motivate thinking and behavior that is unbiblical. In this workshop, you will discover the biblical solutions to worry, the keys to overcoming fear, and how to disciple others with the same truths.
Worried about teaching a budding writer? Concerned about grading? This practical session will allay your fears with insightful ideas from a writer who’s seen every angle of the pen. Writing skills are commonly deficient among students entering college, but the cause begins years earlier.