Create a new vision for your home!
Eight inspiring messages from top homeschool speakers from across the country.
Schooling vs. Education: They are NOT the Same by Israel Wayne (2019)
- Most people think of schooling when they hear the word “education.” In reality, however, the two are not intrinsically linked in any way. Learn why most people are schooled, but never truly educated, and how you can ensure your children get a great education, even without schooling.
In a Strange Land by Peter Heck (2019)
- Living in a culture abandoning Godly morality and hating the Truth may be unfamiliar to American Christians, but it is the familiar story of God’s people through the ages. It’s time for American Christians to remember and embrace that their homeland and citizenship are in another time and place.
Raising Leaders with Moral Clarity in a World of Moral Relativism by Rick Green (2018)
- Homeschooling parents are well aware of the shocking statistics of how many of our kids walk away from the faith and values upon which they were raised. The world around them has embraced moral relativism. If the Biblical values that built western civilization are to be restored, the next generation must be equipped to be counter-culture revolutionaries for truth, justice, and the old American way.
Remembering the Reason, Renewing the Vision by Mike Smith (2018)
- This session offers a general overview of the challenges, burdens, and benefits of homeschooling from a veteran homeschool father and leader. Addressing the potential homeschooler, the new homeschooler, the veteran homeschooler, and all homeschoolers in between, Mike outlines the success of homeschooling in academics and socialization, describes legal and legislative advances, and concludes that homeschooling families have earned the right to be left alone. He reminds listeners of the benefits of homeschooling and offers some practical suggestions for relieving the pressure on the homeschooling family, especially Mom.
Lessons I Learned on the Way to Jail by Zan Tyler (2017)
- In 1984, the State Superintendent of Education told Zan Tyler that he could have her put in jail for homeschooling her son. Zan knew this was no idle threat. The shock and fear that riveted her and the imminent threat of being jailed forced her to count the costs of homeschooling and decide if it was really worth it. Zan learned some powerful lessons about fighting for freedom, family, and faith that remain pertinent today. Our nation is once again at a crossroads where the liberties we often take for granted are at stake. We must all continue to work to preserve life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, while intentionally raising up a new generation of freedom fighters. But how do we do that? Come to this session to be encouraged and equipped with powerful principles to share with your children and teens.
The Divine Blueprint for Building a Family of Faith by Steve Demme (2017)
- In Deuteronomy 6, God’s simple and effective plan for the family begins with parents loving God with everything in them and having His word on their hearts. When parents have established their own relationship with God and His word, they are equipped to teach their children to love God and His word.
Leadership Education: The Seven Keys of Great Teaching by Andrew Pudewa (2016)
- Exploring the practical elements of the Thomas Jefferson education model, Andrew will explain the seven keys as well as the five learning environments as developed by DeMille and his colleagues. (There’s even an unofficial “eighth key.”) With humorous stories from his own family’s experience, Andrew will delight homeschooling parents looking for tips on how to escape the “conveyor belt” approach to doing “school” at home.
Never Give Up—The Critical Importance of Finishing What You’ve Started by Hal & Melanie Young (2016)
- It’s easy to get burned out, tired and overwhelmed homeschooling and as the years pass, How can we press on through the opposition of the world, the flesh and the devil and do what we know is right? This funny, hopeful and encouraging session looks at the importance of finishing what you’ve started and making it all the way to graduation