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Conference:

Bismarck, ND
Thursday - Saturday
Feb. 15 through 17, 2024

2024 NDHSA Convention - Blessed is the Man

Presented by: North Dakota Home School Association
Recording ID: 24-1000
Original Price: $154.00
Set Price: $120.00

ND 2024 Complete Conference Set

When you purchase this set you do not need to "check" any other boxes. All messages (that were successfully recorded at the event) will be delivered (via email link) to you as soon as possible after they are presented. Note: Ms. Goyer was unable to attend.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 24-00Your Child, God's Champion by: Rick Boyer24-01The Killer B 'Bitterness' by: Rick Boyer24-02Our First 40 Years by: Rick Boyer24-11Boys will be Men by: Rick Boyer24-12AHow to get Kids Excited about Learning by: Jared Dodd24-13Got Kids? Get Character by: Marilyn Boyer24-14Simplify Your Homeschool by: Rebecca Moan24-15Return to Genesis by: Mike Snavely24-16The Power of Your Child's Emotions by: Roger Smith MD24-21Family Time: Ideas for Busy Dads by: Rick Boyer24-22ATime and Home Management by: Nancy Bjorkman24-23These Kids are Driving Me NUTS! by: Marilyn Boyer24-24Homeschool High School How-To's by: Llora Knight24-25The Horror of the Flood by: Mike Snavely24-26Transitioning from Controlling to Influencing by: Roger Smith MD, Jan Smith24-31Raising Cain without Killing Abel by: Rick Boyer24-32Homeschooling a Child with Dyslexia by: Alysia Budd24-33Getting it All Done by: Marilyn Boyer24-34Updates to the Academic, CTE, and ND Scholarship by: Jim Upgren24-35The Pillars of Evolution by: Mike Snavely24-36Dad's Essential Role by: Roger Smith MD24-41The Battle Within: Understanding the War Between Spirit & Flesh by: Chuck Black24-42ALeaving the Classroom Mentality by: Theresa Deckert24-43Exploring Homeschooling Methods by: Nancy Bjorkman24-445 Core Habits to Help Your Child Learn Anything by: Christina Rondeau24-45Lost Secrets of the Ancient Civilizations by: Mike Snavely24-46Discipline That Draws Children Closer by: Roger Smith MD, Jan Smith24-51Defining Moments That Change Your Future by: Chuck Black24-52Getting Started Homeschooling in ND by: Theresa Deckert24-53Why I'm Glad I Homeschooled through High School by: Marilyn Boyer24-54Exploring Learning Styles by: Nancy Bjorkman24-55The Stricken Earth by: Mike Snavely24-56Did I Just Say That? by: Jan Smith, Roger Smith MD24-61Beyond the Textbooks by: Rick Boyer24-62AFighting Apathy, Teaching your Children to Care by: Chuck Black24-63Delighting in Your Children, Key to Keeping Their Hearts by: Marilyn Boyer24-64Surviving High School Transcripts by: Llora Knight24-65Spiders! by: Mike Snavely24-66Just Tell Me What to Do by: Jan Smith24-71Heroes, Standing on the Shoulders of Giants by: Rick Boyer24-72AThe Mystery of the Dinosaurs by: Mike Snavely24-73Things I would Do Again or Differently by: Marilyn Boyer24-74Sensory Needs: Solutions to Help by: Alysia Budd24-76Managing Fear in the Midst of Chaos by: Jan Smith 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: 24-13
Friday;
Feb. 16, 2024
$3.50

Character is a the key that opens the door to successful adult living. It is the first thing wise people examine when evaluating a prospective employee, spouse, or friend. That's why Christ-like character is the MOST important subject you will ever teach your children! Come hear Marilyn Boyer, mother of 14 homeschooled kids and learn as she shares how to intentionally teach this most important of all subjects!

ID: 24-23
Friday;
Feb. 16, 2024
$3.50

Have you ever had one of those days when it seems your children are constantly misbehaving, yet they really don’t seem to be rebellious? How do we discern the difference between irritating childish behavior and real disobedience? Here’s a sane, practical and proven method (Marilyn has 14 kids!) to turn irritations into solutions!

ID: 24-33
Friday;
Feb. 16, 2024
$3.50

Have you ever felt overwhelmed with the demands of parenting? Life is certainly a challenge for parents, and especially those who accept the added responsibility of home education. But there are ways to make life easier and more productive, and this workshop discusses some of those. Marilyn Boyer, mother of fourteen children and a veteran home educator of more than forty years' experience, shares her techniques for accomplishing a mammoth amount of housework while giving her children a superior education at the same time.

Marilyn Boyer is no stranger to the joys and challenges of raising teenagers. With fourteen sons and daughters now having graduated from high school at home, Marilyn shares why she taught them herself from kindergarten through the high school years and why she wouldn't consider doing it any other way.

What will really matter 10 or 50 years from now? Not how well you taught mathematics or sentence diagramming, or whether your laundry was always caught up. Sometimes we forget--or don't even knowhow to delight in our children and make time to enjoy being with them. Come hear Marilyn and catch a vision of how you can reach and hold the heart of your child and build family relationships that will be passed on through generations.

ID: 24-73
Saturday;
Feb. 17, 2024
$3.50

Come hear Marilyn Boyer, who over a span of 37 years homeschooled all 14 of her kids. She started out pretty traditionally, but as time went on, many powerful lessons were learned and she is excited to share those things with you.

Conference:

Linn County Expo Center, Albany, OR
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 16 through 17, 2023

OR 2023 - A Future and a Hope

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
Recording ID: 2023-1000
Original Price: $216.00
Set Price: $99.00

2023 OR - Complete Conference Set

The complete conference set includes the available MP3 messages recorded at the 2023 conference. (Messages lost to technical difficulties will not be included.)

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 23-01Your Family – A Future and a Hope by: Rick Boyer23-02This, We Believe! by: Todd Wilson23-03The Gift by: Todd Wilson23-04 The Kids We Need Today by: Rick Boyer23-101Lies Homeschoolers Believe by: Todd Wilson23-102Boys Will Be Men by: Rick Boyer23-103My Kids Hate School – Setting Them FREE with Passion-Driven Learning by: Marilyn Boyer23-104Charlotte Mason and Her Methods by: Sonya Shafer23-10510 Ways to Make the Most of the Preschool Years by: Heather Haupt23-106Educational Styles and Curriculum by: Colene Lewis23-107Living Well in Exile: The Hope – Is Your Faith Strong? by: Paul Telfer23-111Hope for America: Equipping Youth with Civic & Constitutional Literacy by: Wes Butler, Jeff Heyen23-114Approaches to Dyslexia: Barton Program & More (Positive Learning Solutions) by: 23-115Tools to Help Your Children Think Well and Develop (Classical Conversations) by: 23-201Proverbs – The Ultimate Parenting Book by: Rick Boyer23-202What's Next? Life After Graduation by: Todd Wilson23-203Homeschooling and Preschoolers, Too? by: Marilyn Boyer23-204Lessons from the Valley by: Sonya Shafer23-205Homeschooling and Still Loving Each Other by: Colene Lewis, Heather Haupt23-206Getting Started Homeschooling by: Tauna Meyer23-207Living Well in Exile: Developing Your Benchmarks by: Paul Telfer23-301Taming the Techno Beast – Parenting in the Internet Age by: Todd Wilson23-302The Killer Bee that destroys relationships by: Rick Boyer23-303 You Mean, I Can Teach History Like That? by: Marilyn Boyer23-304Language Arts: It's a Natural Progression by: Sonya Shafer23-305Stepping Outside the Homeschool Box: Creating a Home Where We Learn by: Heather Haupt23-306Homeschooling Teens – Tips That Work by: Colene Lewis23-307Living Well in Exile: Relationships by: Paul Telfer23-40120 Things to Teach Your Children Before They Leave Home by: Rick Boyer23-402Every Dad a Homeschooling Dad! by: Todd Wilson23-403Getting It All Done by: Marilyn Boyer23-404Keep it Simple: How to Teach Your Whole Family Together by: Sonya Shafer23-405Conquering Your Fear of Educational Gaps by: Heather Haupt23-406Transcripts: Simple and Effective by: Colene Lewis23-407Living Well in Exile: Choosing an Occupation by: Paul Telfer23-411Uncle Rick's Storytime by: Rick Boyer23-412ADHD and the Homeschool Family (ThinkBright ADHD Coaching) by: 23-413Shaping a Pro-Life Worldview: An Interdisciplinary Approach (Oregon Right to Life) by: 23-414RightStart™ Math: Why it Works by: 23-415Experience the Classical Education (Classical Conversations) by: 23-417Why do Smart Kids Struggle? (Help Elevate Learning Processing, Inc.) by: 23-501An Unbeatable Homeschool Team by: Todd Wilson23-502In the Valley of How Long by: Rick Boyer23-503Remind Me – Why Am I Doing This, Anyway? by: Marilyn Boyer23-504Using Charlotte Mason with Special Needs by: Sonya Shafer23-505Knights in Training: Raising Boys Into Men by: Heather Haupt23-506Launch and Let Go by: Colene Lewis23-507Living Well in Exile: Using the Future by: Paul Telfer 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.

Do you ever feel like you are trying to explain a concept to your children, and their minds are somewhere far away? Do you feel discouraged when they act like school is a drudge? To help them fulfill their life calling, we must develop a specific plan for training each one. Learn how to work "with" your child's uniqueness. Escape the bondage of expectations and set your child free to pursue his passions and be the whole person God wants him to be. (Warning, kids have been seen giving Mom the elbow when listening to this session.)

Handout available at: https://www.oceanetwork.org/2023-speaker-handouts/

ID: 23-203
Friday;
Jun. 16, 2023
$4.50

What in the world do I do with my preschoolers? Marilyn Boyer has taught all fourteen of her children at home, so she has plenty of experience with any age group you can name. But her favorite age to teach is those eager, curious, exciting, challenging munchkins we call preschoolers. This, Marilyn says, is the time when we lay the foundation for greatness by pouring love and acceptance all over them—instead of treating them like a nuisance. Preschoolers aren't just little interruptions to be kept "occupied" while older siblings study. This season in a child's life is the time to tap into his huge potential by maximizing his natural love for learning and helping him to see that God is preparing him for a lifetime of important service. Come and learn from Marilyn how to make your little ones a valuable part of the team!

Handout available at: https://www.oceanetwork.org/2023-speaker-handouts/

ID: 23-303
Friday;
Jun. 16, 2023
$4.50

Were you ever bored in history class? So was Marilyn Boyer! History is more than just a boring list of names and dates. It is the breathtaking panorama of human experience! Real people, real lives, real adventures. For nearly forty years, Marilyn has been learning history with her children in a way that is not only fascinating but life-changing. Learn how to do history as a family.

Handout available at: https://www.oceanetwork.org/2023-speaker-handouts/

ID: 23-403
Saturday;
Jun. 17, 2023
$4.50

Have you ever felt overwhelmed by the demands of parenting? Life is certainly a challenge for parents, especially those who accept the added responsibility of home education. But there are ways to make life easier and more productive, and this workshop discusses some of those. Marilyn Boyer, mother of fourteen children and a veteran home educator with more than forty years of experience shares her techniques for accomplishing a mammoth amount of housework while giving her children a superior education at the same time.

Handout available at: https://www.oceanetwork.org/2023-speaker-handouts/

ID: 23-503
Saturday;
Jun. 17, 2023
$4.50

Life can get so crazy! Sometimes it's easy to lose sight of why you're spending so much of your time homeschooling. Wouldn't it be easier to send them off to school like most people do? In this session, Marilyn Boyer will help you renew your vision (or develop it), sharing why she's so glad she spent 37 years of her life doing just that.

Handout available at: https://www.oceanetwork.org/2023-speaker-handouts/

Conference:

Lansing Michigan
Thursday - Saturday
May. 18 through 20, 2017

2017 Michigan Homeschool Conference

Presented by: Michigan Christian Homeschool Network
Recording ID: 17-FULLSET
Original Price: $517.50
Set Price: $125.00

Full 2017 Conference Set

Take the entire 2017 Michigan Homeschool Conference home with you. For one price you can listen to any or all of the recorded 2017 Michigan conference sessions (for personal use only). The URL will be in your Alliance Recording account. Subject to availability. Recordings lost due to technical difficulties will not be included.

Show Included Sessions
Sessions Included In This Set: 17-100Why the 20's Generation Will Change the Church & Culture by: Ken Ham17-101Education: Does God Have An Opinion? by: Israel Wayne17-102Shining Armor: Your Son's Battle for Purity  by: Melanie Young, Hal Young17-103-Family Time- Ideas for Busy Dads by: Rick Boyer17-104Developing a Plan for High School by: Carol Becker17-105My Kids Hate School by: Marilyn Boyer17-106 A Year of Playing Skillfully – Getting Organized by: Lesli Richards17-107Language Arts, the Charlotte Mason Way by: Sandi Queen17-10810 Things Every Homeschooler Should Remember by: Kathie Morrissey17-109Homeschooling Legally in Michigan   by: Dave Kallman17-110How to Develop an Educational Plan for Your Student with Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, ADHD, and Other Special Needs by: Beth Mora17-111Caregiving and Homeschooling Without Losing your Mind by: Danielle Olander17-112Experience Astronomy: Fun, Easy Activities to Do at Home by: Luke Gilkerson17-121 Defending the Christian Faith in Today's World by: Ken Ham17-122The Power of Purposeful Communication by: Rick Green17-123Raising Kids Who Don't Need Adulting Classes by: Mike Winter17-124High School Transcript Clinic: How tos by: Carol Becker17-125Laughing in the Midst of Mothering by: Linda Crosby17-126Preschool Science – Encouraging a Lifetime of Orderly Thinking  by: Lesli Richards17-127The Charlotte Mason Approach by: Sandi Queen17-128 Prayer: A Parent's Most Powerful Tool by: Kathie Morrissey17-130Keeping Your "SmartCookie" Challenged by: Beth Mora17-131Hit the Reset Button! Success for Single Parent by: Dena Roberts17-132Science Unsnarled by: Ruth Tennis17-142 The Joys (and heartbreaks) of Adoption by: Kathy Lee17-143 Prime Numbers – The Gateway to Algebra and Beyond! by: exhibitor17-144 Spelling You See – Radically Different Spelling Success by: Gretchen Roe17-147Improve Student Learning by: exhibitor17-148Teaching Science at Home by: exhibitor17-151Restoring America's Constitution by: Rick Green17-152Ballistic Homeschooling by: Melanie Young, Hal Young17-153Discipling Your Family in an Apostate World by: Mike Winter17-154Addressing Conflict by: Ben Vanderkodde17-155Need a Part Time Job as a home economist? by: Beth Mora17-156The Role of Beauty in Homeschooling by: Lesli Richards17-157Unit Studies: Teaching Multiple Ages by: Linda Crosby17-158Clutter, Clatter and the Things That Matter by: Rick Boyer17-160When You Have a Child Who Is Not Driven by: Sherri Seligson17-161 How an Idea Becomes a Book by: Gary Bower17-162Not Your Grandma's Bible Quizzing by: Les Johnson17-171Developing a Truly Christian Worldview by: Ken Ham17-172 Parenting the Digital Generation: Timeless Principles by: Luke Gilkerson17-173Is Homeschooling Just for Women? by: Israel Wayne17-174 You Can Homeschool High School…If You Can Make It through Tomorrow! by: Carol Becker17-175Make it Count by: Kathy Lee17-176Delighting in Your Children- The Key to Their Hearts by: Marilyn Boyer17-177 Lapbooking Made Easy by: Linda Crosby17-178 Homeschooling the Fun Way by: Rick Boyer17-180 The Power of Words for Our Children by: Sherri Seligson17-181 5 Factors to Keep Kids in Church as they Leave Home by: Josh Denhart17-182Homeschooling Math Without a Plan? by: Tom Clark17-183Take Back the land by: Rick Boyer17-192Jason Lindsay The Amazing Things Youth Can Do by: Jason Lindsey17-193Essential Oils 101 by: exhibitor17-194Well Planned Day by: exhibitor17-195Learning to Read by: exhibitor17-196Trick Geography: Passport to Fun by: exhibitor17-197Getting Your Kids in the Kitchen by: exhibitor17-198 The ABCs of GOD by: Gary Bower17-199 Experience Excellence in Writing by: exhibitor17-200How to Present the Gospel in Today's Secularized Culture by: Ken Ham17-201 How to Raise Godly Children in an Ungodly World by: Ken Ham17-202Raising Real Men by: Melanie Young, Hal Young17-203What's a Dad To Do? by: Rick Boyer17-204ACT and SAT:  Myths, Methods and More! by: Nate Ohman17-205These Kids are Driving Me Nuts! Turning Irritations Into Victories by: Marilyn Boyer17-206 Turning Your Preschoolers into Life Long Learners by: Kathy Lee17-207Charlotte Mason Education for the 21st Century by: Bridget Eagleson17-20810 Homeschooling Questions To Ask Yourself Daily by: Kathie Morrissey17-210Educational Life Hacks for Students With Dyslexia, Dysgraphia or Dyspraxia by: Beth Mora17-211 The Seven Laws of Teaching at Home by: Tom Clark17-212Why Teaching Science Is a Critical Part of Education by: Sherri Seligson17-221 Raising Leaders with Moral Clarity in a World of Relativism by: Rick Green17-222 Boys Will Be Men by: Rick Boyer17-223 7 Sex Ed Mistakes You Might Be Making by: Luke Gilkerson17-224Skills for Successful Teens: Study and Time Management by: Carol Becker17-225 Character is the Key by: Marilyn Boyer17-226 Making the Decision to Homeschool  by: Kathy Lee17-227 Identifying Your Child's Learning Style and Teaching to It by: Sandi Queen17-228Are You Raising a Rebel? by: Kathie Morrissey17-230How to Teach Math to Children With Learning Disabilities by: Rachel Anderson17-231The FUNderful World of WORDPLAY by: Gary Bower17-232Amazing Creatures That Defy Evolutionary Theory by: Sherri Seligson17-243Essential Oils 201 by: exhibitor17-244Making Math U Hate into Math U Love by: exhibitor17-245How Sports Enhances Your Kids' Lives by: exhibitor17-246SAT Math – Its Not the Math, its the Question that is Confusing! by: exhibitor17-248Maintaining Health in Motherhood by: exhibitor17-249The Plight of the Foster Child by: exhibitor17-251Media-Proofing Your Kids by: Melanie Young, Hal Young17-252The Power of Affirmation by: Israel Wayne17-253Help for the Homeschool Marriage by: Mike Winter17-254 Preparing Your Teen for Life by: Carol Becker17-255Confessions of a Fake Supermom by: Kathy Lee17-256Gotta Love Those Preschoolers! by: Marilyn Boyer17-257Teaching Civics in a Fun & Purposeful Way by: Rick Green17-25820 Things to Teach Your Children Before They Leave Home by: Rick Boyer17-259History of Homeschooling In Michigan by: Dave Kallman, Stephen Kallman17-260The Science of Learning by: Beth Mora17-261Eating Green: Does it Pay? by: Kristen Derby17-262Reading A-B-C's by: Ruth Tennis17-271Parenting Pre-Teens by: Melanie Young, Hal Young17-272Pitchin' a Fit: Overcoming Stressed-Out Parenting by: Israel Wayne17-273The Talk: From Toddlers to Teenagers by: Luke Gilkerson17-274Record keeping for High School: Simplifying the Process by: Carol Becker17-275The Comparison Trap – Moms Need Each Other by: Sherri Seligson17-276What's In the Box? Using Activity Boxes to Tame Your Toddler! by: Lesli Richards17-277How Does Classical Education Work? by: Dee Dee Leak17-278Hands-On Learning by: Linda Crosby17-280So Smart But He Can't Find His Shoes by: Beth Mora17-281Know the Past to Understand the Future by: Jachim Jordan17-282Homeschooling During Difficult Times by: Sandi Queen17-311Work At Home As A Medical Transcriptionist by: exhibitor17-M008My Beloved and My Friend by: Melanie Young, Hal Young17-M009Romance for the Exhausted by: Melanie Young 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: 17-105
Friday;
May. 19, 2017
$4.50

Setting Them Free with Passion-Driven Learning: Scripture tells us to train up a child in the way “he” should go–not the way “they” should go. Every child is a unique creation of God, with his own fascinating blend of talents, interests and yes, weaknesses. To help them fulfill their life calling, we must develop a specific plan for the training of each one. Come and learn how to work “with” the uniqueness of your child. Escape the bondage of expectations and set your child free to pursue his passions and be the whole person God created him to be.

New clean copy uploaded July 7 - It’s such a temptation to stress over teaching predicate nominatives or the steps of division that we forget to delight in our children and make time to enjoy being with them. In this session, Marilyn shares how she has found this to actually be the key to instilling values that stick and building in them a heart for things of the Lord. Take the time to give your children the security of knowing they have your heart. In so doing you are making it easier for them to freely give their heart back to their Creator, and that is our mission. Catch a vision of how you can reach and hold the heart of your child and build fulfilling family relationships that will be passed on through generations.

Have you ever had one of those days when it seems your children are constantly misbehaving, yet they really don’t seem to be rebellious? How do we discern the difference between irritating childish behavior and real disobedience? Here’s a sane, practical and proven method (Marilyn has 14 kids!) to turn irritations into solutions!

ID: 17-225
Saturday;
May. 20, 2017
$4.50

The most important part of an education is the teaching of worthy character. Otherwise, we are only training more competent rebels! Character is the key that opens the door to successful adult living. It is the first thing that wise people examine when evaluating a prospective employee, spouse or friend. That’s why character is the most important subject you will ever teach your children! Marilyn Boyer is mother of 14 homeschooled kids. She'll share how to intentionally teach this most important of all subjects!

ID: 17-256
Saturday;
May. 20, 2017
$4.50

Marilyn Boyer has taught all fourteen of her children at home, so she has plenty of experience with any age group you can name. But her very favorite age to teach is those eager, curious, exciting, challenging munchkins we call preschoolers. This, Marilyn says is the time when we lay the foundation for greatness by pouring love and acceptance all over them – instead of treating them like a nuisance. Preschoolers aren’t just little interruptions to be kept “occupied” while older siblings study. This season in a child’s life is the time to tap into his huge potential by maximizing his natural love for learning and helping him to see that God is preparing him for a lifetime of important service. Come and learn from Marilyn how to make your little ones a valuable part of the team!

Conference:

Harrisburg, PA Farm Show Complex
Friday & Saturday
May. 13 through 14, 2016

PA-2016 Renewing Our Minds

Presented by: Christian Homeschool Association of Pennsylvania
ID: 2016-104
Friday;
May. 13, 2016
$4.50

The most important part of an education is the teaching of worthy character. Otherwise, we are only training more competent rebels! We sometimes fail to recognize that annoying traits such as whining, arguing, disobedience and tattling are not so much behavior issues as character needs. Character is the key that opens the door to successful adult living. It is the first thing that wise people examine when evaluating a prospective employee, spouse or friend. That’s why character is the most important subject you will ever teach your children! Come hear Marilyn Boyer, mother of 14 homeschooled kids and learn as she shares how to intentionally teach this most important of all subjects!

ID: 2016-108
Friday;
May. 13, 2016
$4.50

Marilyn Boyer has taught all fourteen of her children at home, so she has plenty of experience with any age group you can name. But her very favorite age to teach is those eager, curious, exciting, challenging munchkins we call preschoolers. This, Marilyn says is the time when we lay the foundation for greatness by pouring love and acceptance all over them—instead of treating them like a nuisance. Preschoolers aren’t just little interruptions to be kept “occupied” while older siblings study. This season in a child’s life is the time to tap into his huge potential by maximizing his natural love for learning and helping him to see that God is preparing him for a lifetime of important service. Come and learn from Marilyn how to make your little ones a valuable part of the team!

Scripture tells us to train up a child in the way “he” should go–not the way “they” should go. Every child is a unique creation of God, with his own fascinating blend of talents, interests and yes, weaknesses. To help them fulfill their life calling, we must develop a specific plan for the training of each one. Come and learn how to work “with” the uniqueness of your child. Escape the bondage of expectations and set your child free to pursue his passions and be the whole person God created him to be.

Conference:

Porland, OR
Friday & Saturday
Jun. 25 through 26, 2010

OR-2010 Educating for Eternity

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
ID: 10-02
Saturday;
Jun. 26, 2010
$4.50

We all want our children to catch the vision for God and grow up to serve Him. But how do we begin? Rick and Marilyn Boyer, home education pioneers of thirty years, believe the Bible contains the best plan for the upbringing of wise and competent children. Seeking wisdom from God's Word and applying it to their own lives, they have trained their fourteen sons and daughters, some of whom are now parents and passing on the vision to their own children. Come hear Rick and Marilyn- with some video clips from some of their adult children- explain the scriptural method for passing on a vision of powerful Christian living from generation to generation through family discipleship!

ID: 10-21
Friday;
Jun. 25, 2010
$4.50

Marilyn Boyer has taught all fourteen of her children at home, so she has plenty of experience with any age group you can name. But her very favorite age to teach is those eager, curious, exciting, challenging munchkins we call preschoolers. This, Marilyn says is the time when we lay the foundation for greatness by pouring love and acceptance all over them, instead of treating them like a nuisance. Preschoolers aren't just little interruptions to be kept "occupied" while older siblings study. This season in a child's life is the time to tap into his huge potential by maximizing his natural love for learning and helping him to see that God is preparing him for a lifetime of important service. Come and learn from Marilyn how to make the most of this brief but exciting time.

ID: 10-31
Friday;
Jun. 25, 2010
$4.50

If you sometimes feel like homeschooling is drudgery, you can bet your kids feel the same way! It's such a temptation to stress over teaching predicate nominatives or the steps of division that we forget to delight in our children and make time to enjoy being with them. In this session, Marilyn shares how she and Rick have found this to actually be the key to instilling values that stick and building in them a heart for things of the Lord.

Marilyn Boyer is no stranger to the joys and challenges of raising teenagers. With ten sons and daughters now having graduated from high school at home, Marilyn shares why she taught them herself from kindergarten through the high school years and why she wouldn't consider doing it any other way.

Conference:

Atlanta, GA
Thursday - Saturday
May. 1 through 3, 2008

2008 GHEA Annual Conference

Presented by: Georgia Home Education Association
ID: 835
Tuesday;
May. 6, 2008
$4.00

Have you ever felt overwhelmed with the demands of parenting? Life is certainly a challenge for parents, and especially those who accept the added responsibility of home education. But there are ways to make life easier and more productive, and this workshop discusses some of those. Marilyn Boyer, mother of fourteen children and a veteran home educator of twenty-seven years’ experience, shares her techniques for accomplishing a mammoth amount of housework while giving her children a superior education at the same time.

Conference:

Beaverton, OR
Friday & Saturday
Aug. 18 through 19, 2006

Be Thou My Vision

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network

It's a blessing but it can be stressing! Home schooling with tiny ones around the house is a special challenge, but one that many moms handle with great success. Come hear how Marilyn Boyer,mother of 14 and a home schooler of 22 years' experience, makes her little ones a valuable part of the team!

ID: 06-22
Saturday;
Aug. 19, 2006
$4.50

Child rearing is not behavior modification, applying rewards and punishments to get unthinking responses. Nor is it a recipe, in which blending the right ingredients in the right amounts always brings the same results. It is a matter of accepting a God-given calling and pursuing it by His principles. It is a heart-to-heart relationship in which children are not just trained, but discipled. Marilyn Boyer brings 28 years of parenting experiences with 14 children to this enlightening and encouraging workshop.

When the Boyers started their home education adventure in 1980, there were 4 children in the family, all ages 5 and under. Today there are 14 Boyer kids, several of them young adults and making an impact in God's calling for their lives. In this workshop, Marilyn tells in her own words and theirs why the Boyers (ALL OF THEM) are glad God led them into the lifestyle of home education.

Topics: Encouragement

Conference:

Beaverton, OR
Friday & Saturday
Aug. 22 through 23, 2003

The HEART of Home Education

Presented by: Oregon Christian Home Education Association Network
ID: 2003-33
Saturday;
Aug. 23, 2003
$4.50

Have you ever felt overwhelmed with the demands of parenting? Life is certainly a challenge for parents, and especially those who accept the added responsibility of home education. But there are ways to make life easier and more productive, and this workshop discusses some of those. Marilyn Boyer, mother of fourteen children and a veteran home educator of twenty-two years' experience, shares her techniques for accomplishing a mammoth amount of housework while giving her children a superior education at the same time.

It's a blessing but it can be stressing! Home schooling with tiny ones around the house is a special challenge, but one that many moms handle with great success. Come hear how Marilyn Boyer, mother of 14 and a homeschooler of 22 years' experience, makes her little ones a valuable part of the team!

ID: 2003-53
Saturday;
Aug. 23, 2003
$4.50

Childrearing is not behavior modification, applying rewards and punishments to get unthinking responses. Nor is it a recipe, in which blending the right ingredients in the right amounts always brings the same results. It is a matter of accepting a God-given calling and pursuing it by His principles. It is a heart-to-heart relationship in which children are not just trained, but discipled. Marilyn Boyer brings 28 years of parenting experiences with 14 children to this enlightening and encouraging workshop.