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Conference:

Albany Oregon
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 17 through 18, 2022

OR- 2022 Joy in the Journey Conference

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
Recording ID: 22-1000
Original Price: $211.50
Set Price: $99.00

Complete Conference Set of recordings

This gives you access to all of the available recordings made at the 2022 Oregon Christian Home Education Conference. No need to click on any other title. This selection provides all of the available session recordings.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 22-01Whatever - (Deuteronomy 12:32.) by: Bill Jack22-02Freedom From Fear by: Melanie Young, Hal Young22-101Your Marriage and Your Kids by: Hal Young, Melanie Young22-102In Over My Head! What Was I Thinking? by: Jan Smith22-103Getting Started Homeschooling by: Tauna Meyer22-104Pieces of the Learning Puzzle by: Marcia Davis22-105Developing a Plan for High School by: Rochelle Mathews-Summerville22-106Wizards vs. the Wiseman (pt1): An Introduction to Worldviews by: Bill Jack22-112Life is Sacred by: Right To Life 22-113Sorry, Mom, I forgot! by: HELP Vendor22-114Help Lord- I'm outnumbered ! by: Vendor 22-1155 Core Habits to Help Your Child Learn Anything by: Classical Conversations 22-201Help! High School is Coming! by: Roger Smith MD, Jan Smith22-202Homeschooling Young Children by: Melanie Young22-203Keeping Homeschooling Fun—for Children and Parents by: Jackie Whitesell22-204What Gifted Kids Really Need by: Hal Young22-205High School Transcript Clinic: Practical Help and Tips by: Rochelle Mathews-Summerville22-206Tearing Up Tracks Leading to Destruction by: Bill Jack22-301No Longer Little by: Melanie Young, Hal Young22-302The Power of Your Child's Emotions and Your Need to Understand by: Roger Smith MD22-303Motivating the Reluctant Learner by: Rochelle Mathews-Summerville22-304Privately Developed Plans for Special Needs Students by: Jo Edwards22-305Pathways to College by: Eliot Grasso22-306Wizards vs. the Wiseman (pt2): by: Bill Jack22-401How Not to Lose Your Teens by: Melanie Young, Hal Young22-402Strategies for Multi-Level Learning by: Tauna Meyer22-403Dad's Essential Role by: Roger Smith MD22-404Autism Spectrum Disorders: An Individualized Approach to Instructional Basics by: Rochelle Mathews-Summerville22-405Framing the conversation on Transgender & LGBTQIA+ with Your Kids From a Biblical Worldview by: Corey Gilbert22-406Wizards vs. the Wiseman (pt 3) by: Bill Jack22-501Discipline that Draws Children Closer by: Jan Smith, Roger Smith MD22-502Teaching Boys to Love Reading and Writing by: Melanie Young22-503I'm Not So Sure About This by: Hal Young22-504You Can Homeschool Your Struggling Learner by: Rochelle Mathews-Summerville22-505Love, Sex, Dating, & Marriage: for Preteens, Teens, & Parents by: Corey Gilbert22-506Wizards vs. the Wiseman (pt 4): by: Bill Jack22-511Hope for America: Equipping Youth with Constitutional Literacy by: 22-512Organizing Your Homeschool by: 22-514Light Sensitivity: A Piece of the Learning Puzzle? by: 22-515communicating Effectively In a Loud World by: 22-516Work from Home as a Medical Transcriptionist by: 22-601Rx for a Healthy Marriage by: Roger Smith MD, Jan Smith22-602Curriculum Approaches and Chioces by: Melanie Young22-603Boys and Media by: Hal Young22-604Understanding the Twice Exceptional Learner: Boundless Gifts by: Rochelle Mathews-Summerville22-605Going Beyond by: Corey Gilbert22-606Wizards vs The Wiseman: (pt 5) by: Bill Jack This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
ID: 22-01
Friday;
Jun. 17, 2022
$4.50

"Whatever is the meaning of life?" "Whatever happens when one dies?" "Whatever is your highest value?"—questions that demand more than a "Whatever!" answer. The "Whatever!" answer of Secular thinking dampens and even squelches serious thought and attempts at engaged conversation in our culture. The "Whatever!" of Secularism even invades the church. Rather than be discouraged, take heart in God's command in Deuteronomy 12:32.

ID: 22-02
Friday;
Jun. 17, 2022
$4.50

Fear-based parenting drives us to make bad decisions despite the best of intentions. We choose curricula based on what our friends are doing, not what our kids need, because we're scared they'll miss something. We micromanage our teens because we're afraid they'll make mistakes. We stress and worry and can't sleep at night. Why do we fall so easily into the what-ifs? God has not given us a spirit of fear. This eye-opening session will point you to the real source of security and hope and free you to do what is best for your children no matter what anyone else is doing. Step up and take courage!

ID: 22-102
Friday;
Jun. 17, 2022
$4.50

Often falling on the heels of making a bold decision in your family, a little voice in your head cries out, "What was I thinking?!! I can't do that!" Even when we are obedient to clear direction, we can become insecure and fearful. Humorous stories will lighten your load if you are feeling the press to make changes and will help you to stop listening to the accusations from within.

ID: 22-103
Friday;
Jun. 17, 2022
$4.50

Have you just started your homeschooling journey? Come to this workshop to get information on legal requirements, what to expect in the first year or two, and how to navigate the various ages and stages of homeschooling. Whether you're starting with preschoolers or high schoolers, this session will help you start strong!

Do you want to make your homeschool journey memorable in the lives of your children? Do you want them to look back with fondness on their growing up years and their educational experience? Jackie learned early on in her homeschool journey that she needed to keep homeschooling fun not only for her rambunctious children but also for her own sanity. She shares her continuing experiences and adventures with her children. Jackie will talk about different ways to get the most out of the few precious years we have to educate our children from preschool to graduation. Get ideas on how to take the drudgery out of homeschooling for both you and your children.

Learn from pediatrician Dr. Roger Smith how stress and trauma affect a child's ability to learn and perform. Research on stress has yielded a better understanding of the biochemical and neurologic responses we see as "behavior." Parents can tap into this research to better guide their children through life's stresses. This session will review both the science and the social impact of emotions in the context of a biblical worldview. Dr. Smith will transform scientific gobbledygook into layman's language with tangible applications.

Do you want encouragement and strategies to help re-ignite your student's love of learning? Many factors impact a child's motivation level—stress, executive function, nutritional needs, media usage, and more. With a little bit of theory and a whole lot of practical application, Dr. Somerville equips parents with the tools they need to tap into their child's God-given gift of curiosity.

ID: 22-401
Saturday;
Jun. 18, 2022
$4.50

When you get to the end of your homeschooling, and your child leaves home, things get real. At that point, the only thing you'll have is relationship: their relationship with God and their relationship with you. Learn about encouraging research that highlights the critical importance of relationships in the spiritual life of our children, find out how to rebuild strained relationships, and get practical help to build the kind of relationship that will last through adulthood. Hal & Melanie's six oldest children have grown up and left home, and are their best friends.

ID: 22-402
Saturday;
Jun. 18, 2022
$4.50

Struggling to teach all the kids all the things? Finding it difficult to plan your days or keep from falling behind? Learn from a homeschool mom of six practical ways to organize your days, maximize your teaching time, and still make time for the joys of homeschooling.

ID: 22-605
Saturday;
Jun. 18, 2022
$4.50

This workshop will provide parents with ways to talk about sex and sexuality with their children so that they will be prepared to make choices that reflect a Biblical Sexual Ethic. -Learn how to "go there." - Gain strength knowing you are not alone in wondering and stressing over this "age-appropriate" question - Discover creative ways to be intentional without a lot of stress - See the grave importance of being early versus too late to these conversations—the world wants to be first — I want you to be.

Conference:

York Expo Center, York PA
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 10 through 11, 2022

PA-2022 Do Not Be Afraid, I Will Help You

Presented by: Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania
Recording ID: 2022-000
Original Price: $157.50
Set Price: $125.00

The Complete 2022 CHAP Convention Set

You have the ability to enjoy any or all of the sessions from the 2022 Convention from York, PA. There is no need to order or purchase any individual recordings, - this set has them all. The entire set remains in your account for three years- no need to download them and store them. Recordings that experience technical difficulties are not part of this set.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 2022-100This, We Believe! by: Todd Wilson2022-111Lies Homeschoolers Believe by: Todd Wilson2022-112Getting Started Homeschooling by: Barb Beideman2022-113Critical Thinking in a Relativistic World by: Holly Varnum2022-121Helping the ADD / ADHD Child by: Israel Wayne2022-122Homeschooling in Pennsylvania by: Dan Beasley2022-123The Power of Expectations: What You Expect is Often What You Get by: Jonathan Brush2022-131How to be a Great Wife Even Though You Homeschool (Moms) by: Todd Wilson2022-132A Homeschool Graduate Looking Back: What Worked, What Didn't, and Why I'm Homeschooling My Kids by: Dan Beasley2022-133Teaching with the Brain in Mind (God's design is amazing!) by: Holly Varnum2022-141What About Socialization by: Israel Wayne2022-142Nuts and Bolts of Homeschooling High School by: Barb Beideman2022-143Leadership = Influence: Leadership Skills for Everyone by: Jonathan Brush2022-151Fostering a Hate of Learning by: Todd Wilson2022-152Homeschool Investigation: Answer the Door with Confidence by: Dan Beasley2022-153Panel Discussion by: Ginger Wayde2022-161How Not to Educate (Like a Heathen) by: Israel Wayne2022-162How to Prepare for Evaluations and How to Become an Evaluator by: Barb Beideman2022-163What You Really Need to Know: What a Student Should Learn Before They Launch by: Jonathan Brush2022-200Choose the Hard Things or How to Keep Going When You Feel Like Giving Up by: Todd Wilson2022-211Help! I'm married to a Homeschooling Mom (Dads) by: Todd Wilson2022-212New Homeschooler Workshop: What now? by: Christy Rucker2022-213Biblical Worldview in Everyday Life by: Holly Varnum2022-221Being Salt & Light Families by: Israel Wayne2022-222How to Comply with the PA Homeschool Law by: Christy Rucker2022-223Raising Boys to Be the Men that God Wants Them to Be by: Roy Smith2022-231What to do When Your Plan Doesn't Go According to Plan by: Todd Wilson2022-232The Future of Homeschooling: What's Next? by: Dan Beasley2022-233Creating Your Own Unit Studies by: Barb Beideman2022-241Answers for Homeschooling: Top Questions Critics Ask by: Israel Wayne2022-242Simplify Your Homeschool: Make Learning at Home More Manageable by: Christy Rucker2022-243Relationships Basics: What You Need to Know for Any Relationship by: Jonathan Brush2022-251Avoiding and Recovering from Homeschool Mistakes by: Israel Wayne2022-252Raising Politically Incorrect Pink and Blue Kids in a Purple World by: Todd Wilson2022-253What's your bent? (Personality Matters when it comes to learning.) by: Holly Varnum This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
ID: 2022-111
Friday;
Jun. 10, 2022
$4.50

Your house is a disaster, your kids seem out of control, and you wonder how you'll ever make it through another day of school. Your "get up and go" has "gotten up and went". You used to think homeschooling was the best thing since sliced bread, but now you’re feeling like burnt toast. Take heart - you're not alone! No one homeschools because it's easy. You do it because you believe it is best. But there are times when you need to be reminded once again why it's best. Join me as we do just that. You'll laugh and be encouraged in the toughest job you'll ever...love.

Are you having trouble finding the time and energy to meet the needs of your husband after a hard day of homeschooling? Maybe you've forgotten what his needs are. Would you like your husband to take a more active role in homeschooling? Maybe your husband refuses to be involved in training your children. Join me as we look at your role, not as a homeschooling mom, but as a homeschooling WIFE. Your husband will thank you for coming! The discussion will be led by a real husband of a homeschooling mom.

ID: 2022-151
Friday;
Jun. 10, 2022
$4.50

The homeschool movement coined and promoted the idea of fostering a LOVE of learning…and yet most homeschooling moms have fostered a “hate” of learning. Instead of inspiring their children to love exploration, discovery, and learning, all of which homeschool SHOULD foster, moms find their children fighting them tooth and nail to “do school.”

Homeschooling is hard, parenting is hard, and marriage…well, that’s way hard. And that’s OK and even normal. Trouble is we don’t like hard. We want easy, fast, and cheap, and at the same time we want successful results. But the truth is that good things are hard and hard things are good, and they go hand in hand. Sadly, most people don’t ever experience the good because they can’t handle the hard. They put the hard thing off, hoping it will get easier, or they avoid it all together, and all they end up with is a pile of regrets. Here’s the good news: you can handle the hard. In fact, if you’re faced with two choices, pick ‘HARD.’ During this hour, you’ll laugh with Todd as he shares how to embrace the hardness while keeping your eye on the joy and experience God’s best for you.

Conference:

West Des Moines
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 10 through 11, 2022

IOWA 2022 Conference

Presented by: Homeschool Iowa
Recording ID: 2022-Iowa
Original Price: $230.00
Set Price: $85.00

Access to all recordings made at the 2022 Conference in Iowa

When you purchase this option, all 45 recordings made at the 2022 Iowa Conference are available to you (for personal use only). You need not select individual titles or other offers. This option holds all available session recordings (some were lost in the process) in your account for up to 3 years.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 22-04 Exploring Homeschooling Methods by: Nancy Bjorkman22-05 Seven Prayers of a Parent by: Shirley Quine, David Quine22-11 Unhurried Homeschooling: Why We Need to Slow Down by: Durenda Wilson22-13 Charlotte Mason Foundations: A Paradigm Shift by: Nancy Kelly22-21 The Happiness Habit: A Life Hack To Improve Your Moments and Memories by: Jeannie Fulbright22-24 Technology and the Future of Work by: Nick Reddin22-25 Managing Life & Home While Homeschooling by: Nancy Bjorkman22-26 Homeschooling During Tough Times by: Vicki Tilman22-27 Qualified for Life: High Schoolers as Persons by: Nancy Kelly22-31 Homeschooling: Purpose or Performance? by: Durenda Wilson22-32 Teaching Struggling Learners at Home: The Nuts & Bolts for Success by: Faith Berens22-34 Durable Trades for a Durable Future by: Rory Groves22-35 Teaching (and Learning) the 7 Elements of Art by: Annie Pool22-36 Breathing Life into Your High School Math by: Conner Jenny22-41 Building Resilience in Your Kids by: Durenda Wilson22-42 Accommodations for Students with Disabilities by: Faith Berens22-43 Five Steps to a Superior Science Education by: Jeannie Fulbright22-44 Meal Planning – by: Erin Port22-45 Start with Chickens: Homesteading as a School Subject by: Rory Groves22-46 Home Organization: Bringing Calm into Chaos by: Amy Recher22-51 Guard Your Schedule: From It Flows the Wellspring of Your Homeschool Atmosphere by: Jeannie Fulbright22-52 Moms & Muffins: Nurturing Sibling Relationships by: Durenda Wilson22-53 Simplicity by: Nancy Kelly22-54 Dads & Donuts: The Family Economy by: Rory Groves22-55 Engaging Early Learners by: Nancy Bjorkman22-56 Don't Judge Me: A Lesson from the Front Line of Parenting by: Scott Woodruff22-61 Pulling Weeds or Applying a Pre-Emergent? by: David Quine22-62 The College Question: Exploring Alternatives to College by: Rory Groves22-63 A Crash Course on All Things ACT by: Conner Jenny22-66 Tackling Tricky High School Issues: Help for Students with Special Needs by: Faith Berens22-71 Preparing Your Mom Heart for the Post Homeschool Years by: Durenda Wilson22-72 How to Homeschool High School by: Vicki Tilman22-73 The Well-Balanced Mind: The Imagination Factor by: Nancy Kelly22-74 The Secret to Teaching Writing That Anyone Can Master by: Jeannie Fulbright22-81 The Essential Tools for Developing Self-Motivated Children by: Jeannie Fulbright22-82 How to Build the Transcript Your Teen Needs by: Vicki Tilman22-83 The Art of Self-Education through Notebooking by: Nancy Kelly22-84 Defending Homeschooling When Critics Say Homeschooling Parents Abuse Their Kids by: Scott Woodruff22-86 Healthy Habits for Life: Making Physical Health a Priority by: Meg Jacques22-87 The Ten Things All Future Mathematicians and Scientists Must Know by: Ed Zaccarro22-91 Sustainable Homeschooling by: Durenda Wilson22-92 How to Choose the Best Electives for Teens by: Vicki Tilman22-93 Will Work for Food: The Economics of Self-Sufficiency by: Rory Groves22-94 Literature: Filling Our Children's Hearts, Souls & Minds with Truth by: Shirley Quine, David Quine22-96 Developing & Drafting Student Education Plans by: Faith Berens22-97 Nature Journaling by: Emily VerDoorn This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
ID: 22-04
Friday;
Jun. 10, 2022
$5.00

This engaging workshop will review several different teaching approaches found in homeschooling, and then help attendees identify resources and curricula to fit their family’s particular style. Are you just getting started homeschooling? Needing to refocus and redefine what homeschooling could look like for your family? Come benefit from Nancy’s almost 30 years of experience and enjoy her dynamic style.

In a world that is moving at warp speed, it’s easy to forget that kids are still kids. Their needs haven’t changed: they need time to explore and experiment with the real world around them, to absorb life through all their senses, to process their thoughts at their own pace. All of these are crucial in laying a firm foundation for higher learning, but this TAKES TIME. Learn why this is so important and how to protect and defend your kids’ childhood.

Can you recall those early days when your children were very little? What do you remember most? The happy times? The fun adventures? Or do you remember the mistakes you made and the ways you failed? Science and research have shown that our brain is hardwired to recall negative memories over positive ones. It’s vital that you take steps now to ensure your memories are not distorted with this natural tendency to focus on the negative. In this session Jeannie will share what you can do now to preserve joys of your homeschool journey and how this will increase the joys your family experiences in your daily life.

Time must be budgeted just like money. We must determine the difference between the fixed – what we must do, and the discretionary – what we would like to do and set our priorities. This workshop will be filled with practical tips and encouragement for everyday living as a homeschool family. Areas covered include understanding your calling, relationships, schooling, meals, household clutter and cleaning, and general household management. Attendees will leave with practical and applicable tips

ID: 22-26
Friday;
Jun. 10, 2022
$5.00

Sometimes unexpected things disrupt the homeschool year. When this happens, it seems like all the best-laid plans go out the window. We will discuss how to make realistic adjustments to academics and life rhythms, manage stress and model resiliency for your teens.

ID: 22-31
Friday;
Jun. 10, 2022
$5.00

We all have clear reasons that we decided to homeschool, but as we continue this journey, the lines can become blurred. It can be so easy to get caught up in how our kids (and we) are (or aren’t) performing when it comes to homeschooling. But what if that isn’t actually what we are called to? Mastery can be important. God talks about becoming skilled and the importance of diligence. But what if we are giving up purpose and exchanging it for performance?

ID: 22-41
Friday;
Jun. 10, 2022
$5.00

The capacity to recover quickly from difficulties lends itself to overcoming the countless obstacles that life can bring. As adults, we have all experienced things we never thought we would face, and we know that our children will have their own share of difficulties. Though there is no way to know what those will be, we can prepare our children by helping them build resilience throughout their childhood

There is a reason that American school children score at the bottom on international science assessments. It is the ineffective way in which science is taught in schools. Most of us were subjected to this system and obtained only a cursory understanding of science. As homeschoolers, we have the freedom and opportunity to throw out those unproductive techniques. We can truly impart a deeper knowledge and love for science. Jeannie will share five vital steps, inspired by Charlotte Mason, that will ensure you impart a superior science education. These five steps will not only enrich your homeschool, they will prepare your children for high school and college.

In every generation except the last two or three, parents have taught their children how to grow their own food, keep animals, and provide for their basic needs. With wit and wisdom, this talk presents some ways parents can teach their children homesteading skills and “mend” the chain that has been broken with our great- grandparents.

As a homeschooler you have a plethora of opportunities to enroll in classes, co-ops, extra-curricular activities, clubs, and organizations, as well as service, and ministry. You even have an abundance of curriculum choices for every area of education. The question you must ask yourself is, “How will choosing to do this affect your day, your week, and the atmosphere of your homeschool?” It’s vitally important that you guard against being overscheduled with courses or activities that ‘seemed wonderful’ when you were presented with the idea but do nothing but create stress and an atmosphere of chaos and hurry. Jeannie will share stories of her own mistakes and triumphs, as well as how you can know when to say “yes”, and when to say “no” when creating your homeschool schedule.

This is THE most popular topic I speak on! Most of us didn’t factor into the equation just how much sibling conflict would be part of our homeschooling days! It can be exhausting! As homeschooling parents, we have a unique opportunity to nurture sibling relationships among our children. Find out practical ways to do this and what an IMPORTANT part of our homeschooling it really is!

ID: 22-54
Saturday;
Jun. 11, 2022
$5.00

The Bible teaches that the basic economic unit of society is the Family—not the corporation, not the government, not the individual. This talk explores the basic elements of a family-centered economy and provides practical steps for families to reclaim productive households that will thrive in uncertain times.

The homeschooling journey becomes such a big part of our lives as moms. Sometimes it seems as though we will never see the finish line but talk to any homeschool mom with grown kids and she will tell you, ”The days are long, but the years are short.” What feels like a lifelong commitment soon becomes a distant memory and when you’ve given your all to this worthy task of homeschooling, the next season can bring a conflict of emotions. Durenda has graduated seven (so far) whom she has homeschooled from the beginning, and, in this session, she shares some key thoughts to consider as you near the finish line.

ID: 22-72
Saturday;
Jun. 11, 2022
$5.00

You can do this! The high school years can be the best homeschooling years of all. We will discuss the basics you need to know about planning and goal setting, figuring out what your unique teens need, finding the right resources, record keeping that doesn’t give you headaches, and preparation for your teens’ futures.

Writing is one of the subjects a homeschool mother dreads to teach. There is a reason for this. Most people do not understand the difference between academic writing and creative writing. In fact, the difference is so vast that most publishers won’t publish a novel from a person who is accomplished in writing nonfiction. Nonfiction, like math, is formulaic and easy to master. But few students are given the formula. Instead, they are given curriculum that increases writing anxiety, requiring flowery prose, metaphors, similes, onomatopoeias, alliteration, and the list tirelessly goes on. The truth is that this is not the kind of writing that earns one A’s in college; it’s quite the opposite. In this talk, Jeannie will share the simple formula that will make writing the easiest subject you teach.

Throughout Charlotte Mason’s six volumes we read about dozens of notebooks. We will look at this wide variety and see how they were used, why they were used, and which ones we should use today. Nancy will share examples from Mason’s day as well as what her own family has implemented, inspiring attendees to begin or continue this life-long habit of self-education.

One day a terrible parent in your state may do something criminal to a child— and the media may push the narrative that because the child was homeschooled, more restrictions should be placed on homeschooling families. This session will analyze some real-life situations where this has actually happened and equip you to give a compassionate, commonsense answer when family, friends, coworkers, or the local media assert that the problem is not enough homeschool regulations.

Wellness and how we fuel our bodies have become confusing topics, haven't they? It can be even more confusing to try to explain these concepts to our kids. What if you could strip away some of the noise around this topic and instead make informed, intentional decisions about how you fuel your body and your family? In this course, we'll walk through the foundations of wellness including a simple strategy for categorizing food (so easy my four-year-old can do it!), mindful eating, the key components of a nutrition label, and how you can incorporate these ideas into your homeschool. We'll wrap up with a brief discussion about our habits and the stories that surround them. At the end of our time together, you and your kids will be empowered to have positive conversations about how you fuel and move your bodies with intention.

ID: 22-91
Saturday;
Jun. 11, 2022
$5.00

We all begin our homeschool journey with high hopes, but it often doesn’t take long before we realize that some things simply are not working. We find ourselves and/or our kids in burnout mode. At the same time, we are confronted with the fear that we may somehow fail our children if we let go of something. Learn the importance of creating a sustainable homeschooling life unique to your family, bring joy back into your homeschool days, and help equip you to go the distance!

The apostle Paul calls us to “work with your hands ... so that you may walk properly before outsiders and be dependent on no one.” (1 Thessalonians 4:11-12). This talk explores the biblical mandate to work hard, build community, and decrease our dependence on worldly systems.

Does your child have a learning disability or severe special needs? Have you pulled your child out of public school where he used to have an IEP (individual education plan)? Participants of this workshop learn the purposes and benefits of an SEP (student education plan), the homeschool version of an IEP. This workshop also provides guidance on drafting an SEP. Participants look at sample student education plans and receive a template of a Student Education Plan as well as a resource list of books that will assist them in drafting their own homeschool student education plan.

Conference:

Puyallup, WA
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 3 through 4, 2022

WA - 2022 Spring Conference

Presented by: Christian Heritage Home Educators of Washington
Recording ID: 2022-DVD-S
Original Price: $60.00
Set Price: $50.00

Set of all 2022 Conference DVDs

The complete set of all DVDs from the 2022 Christian Heritage Spring Conference. This includes 5 Keynote sessions and 1 DVD containing the Family Night performances, the Christian Heritage Chorale and the Choristers performances.
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Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 22-01-DVDLove at It's Best - DVD by: Emeal Zwayne22-02-DVDStanding in the Land of Giants: Four Ways to Grow Our Children as Leaders - DVD by: Jeff Myers22-03-DVDCompelled by Compassion - DVD by: Emeal Zwayne22-04-DVDHow to Stand for Truth and Be Nice at the Same Time - DVD by: Jeff Myers22-05-DVDThe Unfailing Sympathy of Christ - DVD by: Emeal Zwayne22-MUSIC-DVDMusical Performance DVD by: Christian Heritage Music This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
Recording ID: 2022-SET
Original Price: $176.00
Set Price: $59.99

2022 Conference Complete Audio Set

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 22-01Love at Its Best by: Emeal Zwayne22-02Standing in the Land of Giants: Four Ways to Grow Our Children as Leaders by: Jeff Myers22-03Compelled by Compassion by: Emeal Zwayne22-04How to Stand for Truth and Be Nice at the Same Time by: Jeff Myers22-05The Unfailing Sympathy of Christ by: Emeal Zwayne22-101Raising Young Men Who Love God and Lead by: Jeff Myers22-102Making Brothers and Sisters Best Friends by: Sarah (Mally) Hancock, Harold Mally22-103'Go To The Ant' A view from Natural History by: Dr. Gordon Wilson22-104Patrick Henry: A Forgotten Founder by: Bill Potter22-106What Your Homeschooled Child Needs Most by: Rachel Zwayne22-108Teacher God's Word Diligently: How to Get Your Kids Excited about the Bible by: Kathie Morrissey22-109How to Write a Resume and Network by: Ben Coder22-203Identifying Properties of Rocks and Minerals in the Field by: Patrick Nurre22-204More Than Legal Peace of Mind: What You Didn't Know to Do as a HSLDA Member by: Amy Buchmeyer22-205Beyond Box School: The World is Your Campus by: Jonathan Brush22-302John Dewey and the Impact of American Pragmatism by: Bill Potter22-303How to Cultivate a Love for Biology by: Dr. Gordon Wilson22-304College Madness - When the Crowd is Wrong by: Jonathan Brush22-305Helping Girls Expose Lies and Speak Truth in Their Heart by: Sarah (Mally) Hancock22-306Emotions: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly by: Rachel Zwayne22-309Staying on Track: How to Get it all Done by: Kathie Morrissey22-400Leadership lessons for our sons from George Washington, Robert E Lee, and Winston Churchill by: Bill Potter22-402Answering Children's Top Five Questions about God by: Jeff Myers22-403Egyptian Chronology and the Bible by: Patrick Nurre22-404How to Adult by: Jonathan Brush22-405Serving Like Jesus by: Emeal Zwayne22-406The Hope-Filled Homeschool Mom by: Rachel Zwayne22-409Managing Multi-Level Teaching by: Kathie Morrissey22-5039 Ways Generation Joshua Equipped Me as a Political Advocate by: Amy Buchmeyer22-504Geology Insights with Northwest Treasures by: Patrick Nurre22-601How to Speak the Truth without Fear by: Jeff Myers22-602Let's Get Real: Q & A for Moms by: Rachel Zwayne22-603Dealing with an Official at Your Door - a Step by Step Guide by: Amy Buchmeyer22-604The Transformational Power of Encouragment by: Emeal Zwayne22-605Winning the Hearts of Your Children by: Kathie Morrissey22-606Singleness: A Season of Fruitfulness and Joy by: Sarah (Mally) Hancock22-609Genesis and the Ice Age by: Patrick Nurre22-701How to Have Ministry as a Family - by: Sarah (Mally) Hancock, Harold Mally22-702Amazing Adulthood - Are you Ready? by: Mary Craig22-703Relationships 101 by: Jonathan Brush22-704What Does the Future Hold for Homeschool Freedom? by: Amy Buchmeyer22-706The Amazing Story of the Doolittle Raider and the Samurai by: Bill Potter22-708Prayer: A Parent's Most Powerful Tool by: Kathie Morrissey22-709Magnificence of the Mundane by: Dr. Gordon Wilson This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.

We daily face giants of culture that cause our kids to lose hope instead of embracing God's promises. How do we prepare kids to stand alone even when everything seems to be falling apart? With our guide Dr. Jeff Myers from Summit Ministries we'll look at four areas where we and our children can make daily progress in getting a vision for our lives, developing a strong sense of mission, staying motivated, and setting worthy goals.

ID: 22-05
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.00

Weaknesses! Not only do all of us have them, but they are often the greatest source of our disheartenment as Christians. Whether it's in our role as husbands, wives, children, or homeschooling parents, we are all often haunted by our shortcomings and besetting sins. Enter Christ—our High Priest who sympathizes with our weaknesses, and who experienced our same temptations. In this session, we will be refreshed by the delightful truth that Jesus calls weak sinners like us to come boldly to His throne of grace, where we will find mercy and grace to help us in our time of need.

ID: 22-05-DVD
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$10.00

NOT FULFILLED BY ALLIANCE RECORDINGS
Weaknesses! Not only do all of us have them, but they are often the greatest source of our disheartenment as Christians. Whether it's in our role as husbands, wives, children, or homeschooling parents, we are all often haunted by our shortcomings and besetting sins. Enter Christ—our High Priest who sympathizes with our weaknesses, and who experienced our same temptations. In this session, we will be refreshed by the delightful truth that Jesus calls weak sinners like us to come boldly to His throne of grace, where we will find mercy and grace to help us in our time of need.

Topics: Encouragement

Many girls try to change their wrong?actions, but never learn to discern the wrong?thinking?behind the actions. As girls learn to identify lies which are the root issues behind struggles they face and replace them with truth, they will see how God’s Word will transform each area of their lives as the truth sets them free! In this session Sarah will include many stories, illustrations and practical tips for both mothers and daughters as she discusses topics such as a girls’ emotions, purity, an understanding of who God is, and a proper view of who we are in light of the truths from Scripture.

ID: 22-306
Friday;
Jun. 3, 2022
$4.00

As women, we can experience a wide range of emotions each day. What we do with the emotions that we face is crucial to living a life of focus and peace. This workshop will stir you up to be serious about dealing with your emotions in a biblical way, and in turn encourage you as a homeschool mother in the midst of the emotional challenges that you may face with your children.

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 hard to find today. The exemplary lives of Washington, Lee and Churchill provide ample illustration and witness of the kind of men whose lives can inspire our children today.

Children have serious questions about God and the Bible that shape their lifelong worldview. Based on thirty years of working with young adults, Dr. Jeff Myers helps parents answer questions such as What is God like? How do we know the Bible is true? Why doesn’t God stop pain? What happens when we die? What about those who have never heard?

ID: 22-404
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.00

“Growing up” shouldn’t be a passive activity. But do you know what it takes to get from childhood to adulthood? I’m not talking about the trend-of-the-week parenting success advice—do you know the foundational, unchanging principles every generation needs to become effective adults? This inspirational conversation will teach you the principles you need to understand yourself, your path, and the kind of difference you can make in the world.

ID: 22-405
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.00

As fallen creatures living in a fallen world, we are relentlessly tempted to scratch the stubborn itch of indulgent self-centeredness—daily battling an unrequited yearning to be the focal point of everyone’s attention.? But the real Master, who is undeniably worthy to be incessantly waited on, said of Himself that He did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give His life as a ransom for many.? God has given us plenty of opportunities to imitate the servant-heartedness of Jesus—the greatest servant in existence.? Discover what glad servanthood really looks like, and how we can become willing and joyful servants to our loved ones and the world as we follow in the footsteps of Christ.

ID: 22-406
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.00

Every homeschool mom can always do with a good dose of encouragement, and reminders of the confidence and joy that is readily available in Christ. Come and hear Rachel share about the faithfulness of God in her homeschool journey and the hope that we can have, despite the many challenges, as we commit the education of our children to Him

ID: 22-409
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.00

There are no easy answers to teaching a number of children of different ages, and there’s no doubt that doing so is a real challenge that requires patience and creativity. Though we may feel it’s pushing us to our limits, it provides opportunities for our kids to learn responsibility, independence, and self-control. Kathie Morrissey, mother of 8 children, will share many practical tips and ideas to make your school time more productive, and your job easier.

Looking for ways to engage your student in the political process, but don’t know where to start? Generation Joshua, HSLDA’s offshoot for youth engagement, assists parents in raising up the next generation of Christian leaders and citizens by equipping them to positively influence the political processes of today and tomorrow. As an HSLDA attorney and GenJ alumna, Amy will share how GenJ empowers through relationships and how it will inspire your student to engage in the political process.

ID: 22-601
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.00

Public speaking and thinking on your feet are vital communication skills in the workplace and society. Don’t let fear and uncertainty shut you down. These proven practical strategies from Dr. Jeff Myers have been used by difference-makers all over the world to communicate with confidence in speeches and conversations, even in the face of hostility.

ID: 22-604
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.00

Have you ever noticed the way that people respond when you speak words of encouragement into their life?? It’s almost similar to the joy that a lost traveler in a hot dessert exudes when he suddenly finds a lush oasis.? We know this because it’s exactly what each of us has experienced when others have thoughtfully taken the time to encourage us.? The trials of life can often be extremely disheartening, but this session will help us discover that the greatest source of encouragement to our own souls comes from being used by God to encourage others. Amid the current homeschooling season of life that God has placed us in, we will dive deep and uncover what the Bible has to say about how we can become ready and eager encouragers toward those in our immediate circle of influence, and beyond.?

In this session Sarah shares key lessons the Lord has taught her about trusting the Lord in the area of singleness. The Lord gave her amazing opportunities in her single years, before getting married at age 41. Yet, it wasn’t always an easy road. Sarah will share honestly about the joys and the challenges of singleness, encouraging single women of all ages to trust God’s timing and pour themselves out for the Lord. She will share ways the Lord encouraged her when she needed it, and insights from Scripture that helped her through the journey.

It is easy to underestimate the tremendous potential we have as families for the Kingdom of God. In this workshop, Harold and Sarah, speaking as a father-daughter team, will share how important it is for every family to be serving the Lord together. When a family works together for the Lord, the young people are given motivation and vision, the family learns to overcome struggles and work in harmony, and mighty works are accomplished for God’s kingdom. This workshop will give encouragement, direction, and practical ideas for developing a “ministry mindset” in children and ministering together as a family.

ID: 22-702
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.00

The high school years offer a prime opportunity for parents to together with their teens to review and to evaluate their teens preparation for adulthood. They can determine a plan of action how to equip and solidify their teen’s beliefs, skills, and relational abilities necessary for future success and passionately following Christ. Whether male or female, single or married, specific training is necessary to be able to face the demands of these roles with confidence and ease.

ID: 22-703
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.00

Do you know what it takes to make your relationships extraordinary? Let’s take some time to debunk a few relationship myths and talk about the essential formula you need to follow to make—and keep—authentic relationships.

One of the boldest stratagems of the Second World War involved the bombing of Tokyo shortly after the attack on Pearl Harbor. Jacob DeShazer, one of the Doolittle’s raiders who participated in that assault, led a life fleeing from God until his captivity as a prisoner of the Japanese. His story and that of the commanding Japanese pilot in the attack on Pearl Harbor, Mitsuo Fushida, intertwine in a way only God could orchestrate through a series of remarkable providences. This story shows the hand of God in the lives of two relatively obscure warriors, which in the end resulted in the conversion of many Japanese people and the witness of the Gospel to untold thousands of others in the post war world. History is not only stranger than fiction, it displays the glory of God in amazing ways.

ID: 22-709
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.00

The main goal in this workshop is to see the creation through?new eyes. Often when we observe common familiar creatures, our initial reaction is “been there, seen that, ho hum” when there?really is nothing ho hum about it. I will survey a few animals, plants, and fungi that we deem boring, and then (without exaggerating) showcase God’s handiwork by unveiling the hidden yet awe-inspiring features of these living masterpieces. We will find out that the boringness is in us, not in the animal,?plant, or fungus.??

Conference:

Treasure Valley Baptist Church, Meridian, ID
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 3 through 4, 2022

2022 Homeschool Idaho Convention

Presented by: Homeschool Idaho
Recording ID: 22-ALL
Original Price: $99.00
Set Price: $49.95

Complete set of recordings from 2022 Homeschool Idaho

When you buy this package you have access to all of the recordings that were captured at the 2022 Homeschool Idaho convention. You can listen to any recording (for your personal use) any time. You do not need to check any other sessions- they are all here.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 22-01Adventuring Together by: Gretta Eskridge22-02Homeschooling for the Win by: Caleb Schroeder22-03Strategies for Successful Homeschooling by: Gretta Eskridge22-04Homeschooling in Cancel Culture by: Caleb Schroeder22-12Finding our Why by: Aby Rinella22-13Getting Started in Homeschooling by: Janelle Knutson22-21Homeschooling with Confidence by: Gretta Eskridge22-22The Joshua Generation by: Caleb Schroeder22-23Homeschooling Multiple Grades Without Losing Your Mind by: Janelle Knutson22-24Curriculum, Transcripts, Diplomas…oh my!— by: Linda Patchin22-31Cultivating a Love of Reading by: Gretta Eskridge22-32Homeschool Fatigue by: Caleb Schroeder22-33Motherhood: Ministry in the Mundane by: Aby Rinella22-41Homeschooling for a Stronger Marriage by: Caleb Schroeder22-42Am I Planning God Out of my Homeschool? by: Aby Rinella22-43Organizing Your Homeschool by: Janelle Knutson22-51Parenting the Passionate Child by: Gretta Eskridge22-52Homeschooling is Discipleship by: Caleb Schroeder22-53Homeschooling the Preschooler by: Janelle Knutson22-61Homeschooling in Times of Doubt by: Gretta Eskridge22-62Integrating Dad into Homeschool by: Caleb Schroeder22-63Homeschooling Big Kids with Little Ones Underfoot by: Janelle Knutson This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
ID: 22-02
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.50

How homeschool beats all other forms of education from a public school teacher. This session will address the most important components of education and it will explain why homeschool is the only model that works. It will include the stories of many homeschoolers who are leaders in their respective fields because of their homeschool background.

ID: 22-03
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.50

Greta shares a variety of practical tips for successful home schooling. These tips come from her own experience as a homeschooled student, her early years as a novice homeschool mom, to her current position as a happy veteran homeschooling mom. This is to encourage both new and veteran homeschool moms alike.

ID: 22-04
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.50

How to use homeschooling to prepare your children for a culture that wants to cancel them. In a world where deconstruction is the norm, how do we construct a model of discipleship that helps our children not make a shipwreck of their faith? Our children will face a tidal wave of opposition to their Christian worldview, how do we prepare them to stand in the gap unwavering in their faith.

ID: 22-12
Friday;
Jun. 3, 2022
$4.50

Why Homeschool? This is a question we must even ask ourselves. In a culture that has abandoned truth, it is more important than ever that we build our homeschool ‘why’ on a solid foundation that will not give way as the storms come. The right ‘why’ is what will keep us rooted and grounded on hard days, thwarting off the doubts that come. It is what will stop the naysayers in their tracks and encourage those that are looking for answers. Aby discusses the heart of homeschool and the greatest ‘why’ of all. Have your passion for His calling lit on fire! This session is for all homeschool parents.

ID: 22-21
Friday;
Jun. 3, 2022
$4.50

Greta shares parts of her own educational experience as a homeschooled student in the early days of homeschooling. She shares how her parents allowed her to forge her own educational path and the beautiful successes it led to, ultimately shaping the educational journey Greta took with her own children. Greta offers encouragement for parents to follow or create the path that is best for their children from the early years through college, and to homeschool from a place of confidence rather than fear.

ID: 22-22
Friday;
Jun. 3, 2022
$4.50

Mistakes and successes from the last generation. This session will address how to raise children that change culture rather than flee from it.

ID: 22-31
Friday;
Jun. 3, 2022
$4.50

This presentation shares how Gretta's mother cultivated a love of reading for her and her 3 siblings. She shares reasons why parents should cultivate a love of reading and books in their own children, as she provides concrete, simple ways parents can do this. Greta ends with a great book list for kids from babies to teens.

ID: 22-32
Friday;
Jun. 3, 2022
$4.50

How do you keep going when it seems like you are going nowhere? This seminar will talk about maintaining endurance through all the various stages of child development from infant to teen. This session will emphasize both practical and spiritual implications.

ID: 22-33
Friday;
Jun. 3, 2022
$4.50

Lesson plans, diaper changes, times tables, and dinner…again! Do you ever catch yourself, during the mundane days of motherhood, dreaming of more? Do you feel like the daily demands of mom-life takes a super-human strength that you just aren’t sure you have? Do you feel ‘less than’ as you look around at all the super-moms out there? Do you ever dream of trading in your apron for a cape and doing bigger things in this world? Then this session is for you! You are guaranteed to walk away encouraged, changed, and ready to embrace your calling like never before.

ID: 22-51
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.50

So often, parents of passionate children feel alone in their parenting journey. It can be very lonely when you are struggling with your child. You wonder what you are doing wrong, or what's wrong with your child, if you are the only parent who has ever struggled to like their kid, and if you are a terrible parent. It's hard! In this talk Greta encourages every parent of passionate children and tells them they are not alone. She shares real honest parts of her own journey parenting two very passionate children, and all the positive things God has brought about in their lives and my own through the journey. Greta also offers practical tips to help you help your passionate child grow and blossom. Her goal in this talk is not to tell parents how to fix their children, but rather to see the gift that passion is to our children and how it can be used for good.

ID: 22-61
Saturday;
Jun. 4, 2022
$4.50

Greta shares some personal stories from her own journey as a homeschool mom of a child who has dyslexia and has struggled to learn to read. Greta also addresses the role of marriage in homeschooling and shares what things have seen her through when she was full of doubts about homeschooling successfully

Topics: Encouragement

Conference:

Old Sturbridge Village, Massachusetts
Thursday - Saturday
Apr. 21 through 23, 2022

MA-2022 Masshope Planting with a Purpose (Isaiah 61:3)

Presented by: Massachusetts Homeschool Organization of Parent Educators
Recording ID: 2022-ALL
Original Price: $202.50
Set Price: $99.00

Complete convention set 2022 MassHOPE

When you purchase this set you have access to all of the sessions that were recorded at the 2022 MassHOPE convention for your personal use. Each message is copyrighted by the speaker- all right reserved. (You don't need to click on any of the individual session recordings- this has them all.)

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 22- AWhy Homeschool? by: Deborah Wuehler22- BReady, Set, Go! by: Susan Jacobsen22- CThe Cost of NOT Homeschooling by: Deborah Wuehler22-01Homeschooling Reimagined by: Connie Albers22-02What is a Leader? by: Paul Hastings22-06Laying a Foundation for Reading Comprehension in the Preschool Years by: Faith Berens22-07Tools for Leadership by: Paul Hastings22-10Education: Why the Teacher Should be YOU! by: Deborah Wuehler22-11Succeeding with science instruction on the high school level by: Diane Speed22-12Leadership = Influence: Leadership Skills for Everyone by: Jonathan Brush22-13To Teach or NOT to Teach: A Simple Plan from Preschool to Graduation by: Kim Sorgius22-14Building a Solid Math Foundation by: Suzanne Fenton22-15Phonemic Awareness: The Missing Ingredient in Reading Instruction by: Faith Berens22-16Ask: The Critical Importance of Questions by: Jonathan Brush22-17SOS! How to Homeschool Students with Special Needs by: Faith Berens22-18How to help your children write stories that reach people's hearts by: Carol Robb22-19Math Myths, Math Anxiety, and Math Learning Challenges by: Suzanne Fenton22-20Five Things Every Parent Should Know About Homeschooling High School by: Diane Speed22-21The Framework You Need to Make Sense of the World and Your Place in It by: Jonathan Brush22-22Five Things God Says About Loving Your Siblings by: Kim Sorgius22-23Do You Have All That You Need? by: Deborah Wuehler22-24Literature: Social and aesthetic nourishment for homeschool students by: Roy Speed22-25Strong Fatherhood for Dads by: Paul Hastings22-26The Importance of Taking Action and Doing Real Things by: Jonathan Brush22-27Remain Steadfast During High School by: Connie Albers22-28You CAN Be a Great Math Teacher by: Suzanne Fenton22-29How to Teach Your Child to Learn Independently by: Kim Sorgius22-30Reading Difficulties: Remediation Strategies and Techniques, part 1 by: Faith Berens22-31How to Really Change the World and Make Sure Your Life Has Meaning by: Jonathan Brush22-32The Higher Calling of Fatherhood by: Paul Hastings22-33Homeschooling My Autistic Child – Can I? How? by: Julie Garber22-35Three skills every student needs for college by: Diane Speed22-36Plan: Taking the Overwhelm Out of Homeschool Planning by: Kim Sorgius22-37Rules Minus Relationship Create Rebellion by: Connie Albers22-38Homeschooling Through Hardship by: Deborah Wuehler22-39Reading Difficulties: Remediation Strategies and Techniques, part 2 by: Faith Berens22-40Entrepreneurship 101 by: Paul Hastings22-41Family Study: Helping Kids and Teens Grow in Faith by: Kim Sorgius22-42Helping Students with Sensory Processing Challenges Learn Successfully by: Julie Garber22-43Fractions: Misunderstood by Most by: Suzanne Fenton22-44Five things about writing most students are never taught by: Roy Speed22-45Rebuilding Western Civilization: A Call to a Bigger Vision by: Jonathan Brush22-46Teach Kids How to Create a Positive Social Footprint by: Connie Albers22-47Homeschooling the Rebel by: Deborah Wuehler22-48High School at Home for Teens with Special Needs by: Faith Berens This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
ID: 22-05
Friday;
Apr. 22, 2022
$4.50

Are you ready to run the race set before you? As in any race or journey, the better informed you are, the better the experience. Whether you’ve already made the decision to homeschool, or are still sitting on the fence, come learn more about homeschooling and requirements here in Massachusetts. Susan will address a few of the most frequently asked questions and address common concerns of parents just getting started. She hopes her practical advice will leave you informed and encouraged as you begin one of the most important adventures you’ll ever take – the journey of homeschooling your children.

ID: 22-07
Friday;
Apr. 22, 2022
$4.50

Everyone is a leader. What kind are you? Paul shares seven practical steps to developing leadership. Teens will be entertained and inspired hearing Paul share lessons from his own leadership journey and will walk away with real-life applications drawn from Scripture.

If Godly children are the answer to the evils of the future, then Godly parents are the answer to who should teach them. What do Godly parent/teachers look like? God desires parents that will teach the next generation not only academically, but most importantly, biblically. The outcome is good for the society, the church, the student, and our future generations. The best teacher that cares about your children and their future as much as you do—is you! Deborah reminds homeschoolers that they are making the best educational choice possible as they keep their children Home Where They Belong.

The heart of leadership is influence and everyone influences someone. That means everyone needs some basic leadership skills, no matter who you are or what you do. You can spend a lifetime reading and studying leadership, and that’s not a bad pursuit, but this session will give you the basic leadership skills you need to understand so you can apply them immediately.

Are we pushing too hard or doing too little? Are we teaching the right things at the right time? Will there be gaps if we teach outside the box? This workshop is all about fostering a love of dreaming while still meeting the academic needs of your kids and keeping the important things in focus.

Parents are often surprised when their homeschooled teen becomes unmotivated, angry, or uncooperative. — Up to that point, homeschooling had been a magical learning adventure marked by self-directed learning and effortless discovery. Parents wonder What happened? — What did I do wrong? This workshop will address common challenges when homeschooling high school: motivation, attitude, puberty, achieving high school requirements, and more. It will also provide solutions and insights that produce real results and homeschool success.

ID: 22-23
Friday;
Apr. 22, 2022
$4.50

Do you feel like you just don’t have what you need to fulfill God’s purpose for your life as a home educator? Do you feel like you don’t have what it takes to be a Godly parent? Do you feel like you lack patience, understanding, kindness, or joy? Where we lack, God’s divine power provides. In this workshop, we see God’s power and grace given in order to do all that He asks of us and reflect Him to our children and to the world. His grace gives us all that we need to abound in every good work—even homeschooling!

Adolescents today are starving: they’re aesthetically and culturally undernourished. Among the many culprits: Our poor use of literature throughout secondary education. Great works on high school reading lists are treated as mere boxes to checked off, and do students really learn to love Dickens in AP lit? — Our STEM students, moreover, will have few electives in college; the high school years may represent their real taste of literature. This homeschooling dad shows how we can use literature to nourish our teens, expand their emotional intelligence, and sharpen their insight into human relationships.

In a bygone time, plans were paramount, caution was king, and deciding was marked by deliberation. In that old world knowledge trumped experience. We don’t live in that world anymore. In our world iteration is better than planning, action holds the throne, and deciding is marked by doing. In our world knowledge is still necessary, but knowledge without experience holds little value. This session will teach you how to adapt to this new world and use project-based education to train students to take action for the real world.

ID: 22-28
Saturday;
Apr. 23, 2022
$4.50

Maybe you struggled with math, so how do you choose a curriculum to avoid the same fate for your child? Maybe you are really good in math but are unsure how to teach it now? Should you include manipulatives or not? What DOES it take to be the best teacher for your child? Find out the science and the art of teaching math. It is a science because much research has been done on how children learn, especially in math. It is an art because each child is different and lessons need to be tweaked. Come learn and be encouraged to become a great math teacher.

Discover practical strategies for teaching your child HOW to learn. This workshop will give you the tools to guide your child as they gradually transition to learning independently. Whether you have preschoolers or high schoolers you can decrease burnout, develop successful students, and bring peace into your home once again. Listen and experience a renewed vision for your homeschool.

You are a human being, not a human doing. Culture and society will tell you that changing the world and making a difference with your life will require you to become rich, famous, and/or powerful. Unfortunately, it’s extremely difficult to become rich, famous, and powerful. Fortunately, that’s not the way you change the world and make a difference. Christianity has a different plan for world changers, a plan that anyone can follow, that requires community, and that you can start today. This session will teach you how you really change the world and find meaning. Caution: If you attend this session you will have to start today!

ID: 22-37
Saturday;
Apr. 23, 2022
$4.50

Have you made a list of rules only to get discouraged when your teen doesn't follow them? Do you feel your attempts to create close relationships feel one-sided? Rest assured, mom, you aren't alone. While every family needs rules, limits, and boundaries to help protect your child and keep order, they cannot come at the expense of your relationship. It's not the rules that cause our children to rebel. Often something is missing. Connie Albers, the mother of five adult children, shares how to create rules, build relationships, and reduce rebellion.

ID: 22-38
Saturday;
Apr. 23, 2022
$4.50

Death, illness, finances, marriage struggles, catastrophes, struggling teens, rebellious and difficult children, discouragement, or that feeling you are failing at life. Hard things happen to homeschool families, but there is great hope in the midst of hard things. Deborah talks about ten years of hardships in her journey and shares the hope in the midst of the hard things, as well as tips on practical, simple homeschooling through them. Deborah loves to encourage homeschool families that God has given them all that they need as they keep their children Home Where They Belong.

Whether you have toddlers or teens, we all have a desire to see our kids walk with the Lord and grow in faith. In this session, we will explore fun and simple ways to teach your kids to have regular devotional study, a meaningful prayer life, and engaging family discussions.

What if homeschooling and the homeschool movement was about more than education, but was the training corps for the special forces whose mission is to take and hold the cultural anchors of our civilization? What if your local church was more than a building to worship in once a week, but was the headquarters for an army whose mission was to rebuild a civilization? What if we understood that this army doesn’t build walls and fortifications to keep the barbarians out, but builds homes and communities that lower the bridge, open the gates, and invites those outside in, to a better world? This session will challenge you to think big, think long, and join the mission.

Conference:

Indian Hills Community Church, Lincoln, NE
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 11 through 12, 2022

Nebraska 2022 NCHEA Conference and Curriculum Fair

Presented by: Nebraska Christian Home Educators Association
Recording ID: 2022COMP
Original Price: $210.00
Set Price: $65.00

2022 NCHEA C&CF FULL SET

Complete set of recordings for the 2022 NCHEA Conference and Curriculum Fair, held at Indian Hills Church, March 11 & 12 2022.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 22Fri101The Gift by: Todd Wilson22Fri201Fostering a Hate of Learning by: Todd Wilson22Fri202Joyful Mother of Children by: LaNissir James22Fri203The Power of Parental Authority by: Monica Irvine22Fri205Trubl Spelling by: Nancy Coffey22Fri206Socialized Children? No Thank You! by: Deborah Wuehler22Fri301Homeschool Discrimination and What We're Doing About It by: Dan Beasley22Fri302Essential Skills for Successful Teens: Study and Time Management by: LaNissir James22Fri303Homeschooling on a Shoestring Budget by: Dara Halydier22Fri304Identifying and Adapting to the Challenges of Homeschooling by: Yvonne Strachan22Fri305Reading Struggles & Overcoming Obstacles by: Deborah Wuehler22Fri306Ready, Set, GO! Homeschooling in Nebraska by: Michelle Pietzyk22Fri401Invasion of the Conviction Snatchers by: Todd Wilson22Fri402Extracurriculars & Electives – Resumes & Recommendations by: LaNissir James22Fri404Homeschooling Through Hardship by: Deborah Wuehler22Fri405Vision and Learning by: Mikaela Betka22Fri406Jurassic Park and the Bible by: Shawn Hoffman22Fri407Discipline with Love so We Don't Break Our Child's Spirit by: Monica Irvine22Fri408College Counseling: How to Get Accepted and Get Money by: Merritt and Dannika Nelson22Fri501Homeschooling in 2022: Liberty or License? by: Dan Beasley22Fri601As They Sit and Stand: Teaching your Child the Bible by: Dara Halydier22Fri602How to Use Museums in Your Education by: Gage County Historical Society22Sat101Every Dad a Homeschooling Dad! by: Todd Wilson22Sat102Recordkeeping & Organization for High School: Simplifying the Process by: LaNissir James22Sat104Table Manner Essentials for the Whole Family by: Monica Irvine22Sat105Homeschooling the Rebel by: Deborah Wuehler22Sat106Why is a Christian Worldview Important in Education? by: Greg Koehn22Sat201Important Lessons to Teach Your Children - “How to Argue” by: Todd Wilson22Sat202Charting Your Way through High School for College, Career, or Military by: LaNissir James22Sat203Dyslexia is Real! Imagine That! by: Nancy Coffey22Sat204Teaching Math with Card Games? Yes, You Can! by: Kathleen Cotter Clayton22Sat205The Erosion of Parental Rights and How to Stop It by: Dan Beasley22Sat206Building a Biblical Self-Esteem in Your Child by: Dara Halydier22Sat301A Homeschool Graduate Looking Back: What Worked, What Didn't, and Why I'm Homeschooling My Kids by: Dan Beasley22Sat302High School Transcript Clinic: Practical Help and Tips by: LaNissir James22Sat303Keeping Your Family Safe in the Digital World by: Tyler Morten22Sat304Building Home: How to Disciple Your Children and Manage Your Home Without Losing Your Mind by: Amy Juett22Sat401College Prep 101 by: Concordia University22Sat402Family Ministry-Reaching the Next Generation by: Child Evangelism Fellowship 22Sat403Homeschooling: More Than Just Education by: Master Books 22Sat404Recalculating: When homeschool plans change course by: Yvonne Strachan22Sat501How to Choose Relationship When There's So Much to Do by: Todd Wilson This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
ID: 22Fri101
Friday;
Mar. 11, 2022
$5.00

Like you, when we began our homeschooling journey we asked ourselves, “Will we be able to teach them all they need to know for success?” There were so many options and subjects to teach them. They were loaned to us knowing almost NOTHING and we were expected to fill up their noggins and prepare them for adulthood. Little did we know then that homeschooling turned out to be not only what we taught them…but what THEY taught US. Never would we have believed how God would use homeschooling to teach us what He needed us to know as parents, homeschoolers, and as His children. So join me for an intimate time of sharing and laughing at the lessons my children taught me. My hope is that you’ll start to view your homeschool day less as a time to teach and muscle through but as a gift.

ID: 22Fri201
Friday;
Mar. 11, 2022
$5.00

The homeschool movement coined and promoted the idea of fostering a LOVE of learning…and yet most homeschooling moms have fostered a “hate” of learning. Instead of inspiring their children to love exploration, discovery, and learning, all of which homeschool SHOULD foster, moms find their children fighting them tooth and nail to “do school.” Let me just say from the start that I BELIEVE homeschooling and learning should be fun for our children and us. Its very design enables learning to be experienced in a way NO public or private school can provide. So why is it not the case in most homeschools? I think the answer is simple: we’ve believed and adopted some ideas that are not true and that kill inspiration and the love of learning. Join me as we talk about helping our children LOVE to learn.

ID: 22Fri401
Friday;
Mar. 11, 2022
$5.00

Do you have a child who doesn’t want to be homeschooled, in-laws who don’t understand your reasons for homeschooling, a spouse who isn’t sold on the idea, or a guilt complex reminding you that you have no business homeschooling your children? Those nagging, sometimes-silent disapprovals can crush a person under the weight of guilt and despair. You sometimes feel like a wave tossed to and fro because in your heart of hearts you feel God would have you homeschool…but then again, the arguments against it are almost drowning you. Join Todd, as he goes face to face with the naysayers and shows you how to address their concerns, questions, and logic of why you shouldn’t homeschool your children.

ID: 22Fri404
Friday;
Mar. 11, 2022
$5.00

Hardships come in every category of life; however, they are not always a reflection of who you are, your parenting or your homeschooling. Learn to go from living in “survival mode” to learning to live in “revival mode.” There is hope in the midst of the hard things if we are fully prepared, fully armed, and hidden in Christ.

ID: 22Fri501
Friday;
Mar. 11, 2022
$5.00

Newsflash: homeschooling is growing. Millions of new students are benefiting from a customized education at home, which has placed homeschooling in the national spotlight. With a decade of experience advocating for homeschool freedom at HSLDA, Dan will bring to life the latest policy debates surrounding homeschooling and conclude with encouragement for 2022’s homeschool graduates.

ID: 22Sat206
Saturday;
Mar. 12, 2022
$5.00

Self-esteem can have a negative connotation among God’s people, but it is really about a right relationship with God and a true perspective of Who God is and who we are. As parents we have the responsibility to raise kids with a positive understanding of who God says they are. Claiming these truths can change attitudes and actions. Are you aware of how your words and actions can help or hurt your child as they find out who they are? Is communication in your home healthy and honoring to God? Dara will speak about the importance of words that build up and emotions that are handled carefully. Learning and teaching how to take every thought captive, how to replace Satan’s lies with God’s truths, and how to give praise to our Amazing God will give you tools towards building a healthy and Biblical self-esteem within your child’s heart.

Despite many stereotypes, homeschooling programs are unique and vary widely based on the student. Dan, a homeschool graduate himself, shares from his experience the benefits and challenges of homeschooling as well as the reasons why he is homeschooling his children.

Years ago, a homeschool mom came up to me with a pen in hand and a notebook in the other and said, “I believe that the relationship with my children matters more than anything else…so can you tell me what “relationship” is? I didn’t have a great answer at the time…but I do now. Join me as we look at TWO homeschooling moms. One spends her days doing what matters and one spends her days on what does not last. My desire is to help you and me do what matters.

Conference:

North View Church, Fargo, ND
Friday & Saturday
Mar. 11 through 12, 2022

2022 ND Convention- Passing the Torch

Presented by: North Dakota Home School Association
Recording ID: 22-000
Original Price: $98.00
Set Price: $40.00

Entire 2022 ND Convention set (all Recordings)

When this purchase is made you may listen to as many or as few of the recordings from 2022 North Dakota Home School Convention as you like (for personal use only) for up to three years, and make a contribution to the NDHSA organization as well. (Sessions lost due to technical difficulties will be unavailable.)

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 22-01Daring To Do as Stanley Dale by: Eric Ludy22-02Raising William Wallace by: Eric Ludy22-03Most Outrageous Joy by: Eric Ludy22-10Honorable Manhood by: Eric Ludy22-11Math Outside the Book by: Nancy Bjorkman22-12Teaching High School without Fear by: Rebbecca Nyberg22-13Getting Started in North Dakota by: Theresa Deckert22-14Classroom Management by: Andrea Black22-20The Battle Within by: Chuck Black22-21Language Arts in the Real World by: Nancy Bjorkman22-22Preparing a High School Transcript by: Llora Knight22-23Learning Styles, Teaching Methods and Curriculum Options by: Theresa Deckert22-24Communications in Marriage by: Troy McQuown22-30What's Wanted Is a Man by: Eric Ludy22-31Panel Discussion with Homeschool Grads by: Theresa Deckert22-32Teaching Multiple Children at once by: Llora Knight22-33Growing Your Children's Communications Skills by: Given Hoffman22-34Call to Arms: Courageous Motherhood by: Andrea Black22-40The Dangerous Game by: Eric Ludy22-41Soft People Skills that Impact a Hard World by: Troy McQuown22-42High School How tos by: Llora Knight22-43Confessions of an Former Drama Queen by: Joy Wegener22-44I'm Going to count to Three . . again. Stop Counting by: Chuck Black, Andrea Black22-50Escapism: avoiding the Snares of the Media by: Chuck Black22-51Panel discussion with Home School Moms by: Theresa Deckert22-52Engaging Early Learners by: Nancy Bjorkman22-53Joy Fuels the Journey by: Rebbecca Nyberg22-54Getting Ready to Launch by: Kathy Miiller, Cindy Sanford This set is subject to change without notice based on recording availability. Recordings that are lost due to technical difficulties or that are no longer available due to contractual agreements with the speakers, will not be included. No refund for missing sessions is guaranteed or implied.
ID: 22-01
Friday;
Mar. 11, 2022
$3.50

It's about getting our eyes off of our own circumstances and seeing the bigger matters of a lost and dying world. This particular message addresses the Christian homeschool family. How can a homeschooled family live boldly for Christ? How can they change the world in which they live? How can they say “no” to the bait of self-focus and snatch up the call of God to audaciously serve in the Name of Jesus Christ? How can they dare to do as Stanley Dale?