Free Thursday Evening

6:30 PM
Thursday, April 25
Hilton Garden Inn – 2nd Floor
(Across from the DCU Center)

Want to know WHO can homeschool?
Want to know WHAT to do about homeschooling?
Want to know WHEN to homeschool?
Want to know WHERE the best environment is for the education of children?
Want to know WHY you should consider homeschooling?

This is not the nuts and bolts of teaching subjects, but the who, what, when, where, why of homeschooling. If you are seeking answers or want to hear fresh encouragement, come and hear keynote speakers Zan Tyler and Todd Wilson.

Dream BIG

Everyone has dreams – you, your spouse, and your children, but for every dreamer a dream killer lurks in the shadows. They’re the ones who constantly remind you why you shouldn’t homeschool, have more children, be a stay-at-home mom, start a new business, or take that step of faith God’s telling you to take. Dream killers grew up with you. They live in your house and sometimes they even…are you.

Their intentions may be good, but if you listen to them, you will miss out on God’s best for your life. Join Todd as he helps you revive old dreams, fan the dreams in others’ lives, and urges you to throw caution to the wind and set sail for the adventure of a lifetime.

Running the Homeschool Marathon: Ten Training Tips

Homeschooling is more like running a 26-mile marathon than a 100-yard dash. If you want to complete the race successfully, you must develop a training strategy that builds your strength, stamina, and vision and enables you to persevere until the end. We will discuss lofty topics like creating a powerful and sustaining vision. And we will look at down-to-earth topics like pacing yourself, choosing curriculum, and developing homeschool mentors and friends. Zan Tyler, who homeschooled her children for 21 years, provides training tips that will help you complete the God-given task of homeschooling and help you and your children “run with endurance the race that lies before us.”

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