Christian Heritage Home Educators of Washington

Recordings Listing

Conference:

Redmond, WA
Friday & Saturday
Apr. 28 through 29, 2017

WA - 2017 Spring Conference

Presented by: Christian Heritage Home Educators of Washington

As our families are bombarded with the wickedness of this world, how do we shepherd our children so they will be blameless and harmless in the midst of a crooked and perverse nation? Join E.Z. as he answers this question from Scripture.

ID: 17-003
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

Could education wars exist not because of differences in strategy, but because of differences in goals? Education is not to create prosperous people, but to equip citizens of heaven. Explore the call to Christian parents not to raise children who make their way in the world, but who make war on the world, live godly lives, and who seek first the kingdom of God.

ID: 17-101
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

A beautiful start can end with a tragic end. Why? Listen to E.Z. as he explains how even “small” sinful “habits are like stones, rolling down a hill; the further they roll, the faster and more ungovernable is their course.” (J.C. Ryle)

Join an Alaskan adventure and learn about fascinating creatures only a Divine Creator could equip for extreme environments. Are there really red nosed reindeer, wolves communicating in song, and foxes that snow dive? Be thrilled with incredible glories of God’s creation in the last American Frontier, Alaska, and equipped with solid evidence against evolution!

Pastors who registered before the conference are welcome to this special luncheon and workshop. The Tripps share encouragement from their journey ministering for many years as a couple in the local church. They candidly share victories, failures, pitfalls, and cautions. Take the opportunity for advice about your unique situation during Q&A time.

ID: 17-104
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

The non-writing mom can confidently evaluate her child’s writing. Find strategies to motivate and encourage reluctant writers, ways to spot and correct weak writing skills, and ways to incorporate literature into your writing program. Come for a hands-on workshop with a practical approach for achievable results.

Explore racial tensions and the vast ethnic diversity of the 19th century Pacific Northwest to expose the lie of postmodern notions of our multicultural world. It is critical for Christians to understand the times in which they are living and be biblical, Christ-centered, and gospel-centered regardless of prevailing cultural values.

Topics: History
ID: 17-106
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

In these days when fathers often disengage from the lives of their sons, David develops meaningful relationships by “doing” and “investing“ with intentionality. He understands that a family’s soul is in its relationships. Join David as he shows how he has been a shepherd to his sons resulting in young men who engage life with courage, creativity, and productivity.

While practice may make perfect, learn from Abbot and Costello why math practice does not make math understanding. Although a child may get every problem on a math page correct, that does not insure he or she has any idea of what it means. Learn from David how to instill meaning into each math lesson.

Biology strikes fear in the hearts of some, from pleasant memories to not-so-pleasant memories. Let’s unpack those bags. Overcome those fears. Discover how to integrate a biblical worldview in your child’s science experience, understand that biology is one of the most important science classes, and learn practical ideas to implement at home.

ID: 17-109
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Join us as we review real life struggles and share real solutions for bringing our families to the table. Jeanette, a homeschooling mother to eleven, discusses affordable meal planning and preparation, family table conversations, and more.

ID: 17-110
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Learn about first aid through scenario based situations dealing with simple first aid in a wilderness setting. You will also learn how to pack a survival kit to take with you on your wilderness treks.

As a troublesome monk, Martin Luther was unknowingly part of what we might call the full flowering of the Reformation, and a rediscovery of the true gospel of grace. Come and hear the amazing story of how God worked through Peter Waldo, John Wycliffe, and John Huss, laying the groundwork perfectly, in his kind providence, for Luther.

Topics: History

By God’s grace, Washington homeschoolers can confidently homeschool biblically and legally. But a clear understanding of God’s commands for training children, state homeschool law, and your parental rights is critical. Learn about the law’s annual Declaration of Intent and testing directives, enrollment options, pros and cons of “government school at home programs,” and more.

ID: 17-201
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

We desire the best for our children. We want them to embrace the gospel and follow the Lord in their lives. Our children face many threats. Could one of those threats be from their own parents? What can we do to avoid hypocrisy in our parenting and ensure our children see the gospel in us, through our lives, and through our parenting?

A rapid-fire exploration of how the Spirit of God moved in the midst of a corrupt culture in Renaissance France that then reminds us of the persecuted church today abroad and the erosion of religious freedom at home. Hear about how God raised up unlikely men and women to be champions of the gospel of grace.

Topics: History
ID: 17-203
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

As Christian home educators we have a sincere desire to bring our children up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord. To do this we must be equipped to rightly interpret God’s Word first, then to teach it. Find out how to apply basic Bible interpretation principles in our study and preparation to teach our children the Word of God.

ID: 17-204
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Since God created everyone with an on-board instrument, he made singing as natural as speaking—but it requires making the best use of the instrument’s features. We will learn, without printed music, to make pleasing sounds to the glory of Jesus, our Creator.

ID: 17-205
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Dr. Martin wrote his master’s thesis on this topic and there remains a continued interest in the New Age Movement’s penetration of the culture through such venues as A Course in Miracles, The Secret, Harry Potter, Hollywood celebrity endorsements, and even through the church in the fast evolving Emergent Church movement.

ID: 17-206
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

There is an epidemic of "father wounds" between fathers and sons—even in Christian homes. There is no "wound" between God the Father and his son Jesus Christ. Why the difference? How can these “wounds” in our families be prevented and healed? Let’s explore what the Bible says and discuss principles to apply today.

ID: 17-208
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

The church at Ephesus had a lot of great things going for it. The Christians there were theologically accurate, they were actively living out their faith — but somewhere along the line they stopped being motivated by a love for Christ. It is not enough to do the right things; you must do them for the right reasons. Keep your first love alive!

ID: 17-209
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

The young adult life is a time of contradictions. Lost in a confusion of aimlessness and aspirations, how is the Christian to find purpose, hope, and joy? Sydney addresses this crucial issue by turning to lessons in the life and works of C.S. Lewis — lessons built on the foundation of Scripture and driven by a foundation for life that can never be shaken.

ID: 17-210
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Learn about first aid through scenario based situations dealing with simple first aid in a wilderness setting. You will also learn how to pack a survival kit to take with you on your wilderness treks.

ID: 17-212
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Living in an age that is filled with that which is ugly, we must line the hearts and minds of our children with that which is truly beautiful. Studies in music and art can do just that. Make time to enjoy the beauty and richness of music and art together with your children. It’s time they will never forget; it’s time you will cherish forever.

ID: 17-301
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Are you raising your children to be consumers or ministers? Churches are filled with Christians who are completely content to be consumers while they let “the professionals” do the ministering. To be like Christ requires a servant’s heart. Raise your children to serve as ministers rather than live as consumers.

ID: 17-303
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

What does the Bible say about debt? How can Christians avoid debt? Join Scott as he develops a biblical view of finances, and learn principles that apply to married couples as well as for lessons parents can pass along to their children.

ID: 17-304
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Turn off the TV and share a Living Book with your family. Living Books make for wonder! Books make one kneel in reverence and challenge one to pursue trust in God! Make time for moments reading aloud, sharing the heartaches and joys of characters tonight and every night. When your children are grown they will remember the joy of literature!

Topics: Reading

Phenomenal mutualistic and symbiotic relationships between creatures, insects, and plants are in God's creation! See why they had to be created at the same time or they would have died! Find out about bioluminescence in the angler fish and Atta ants living in the thorns of the Acacia tree. There is no room for evolution in this exciting talk!

ID: 17-306
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Having a solid marriage is foundational to our success as home educators. A husband’s first calling is to his wife and yet how often is this God-given priority pushed to the wayside? Find out how clearly the Bible outlines the husband’s high calling and learn to let the Lord order your priorities and time. Wives are invited as well!

ID: 17-307
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Can you identify with this hurting parent asking: "What does God say about seeking the lost — specifically my older child who walked with the Lord when young, but not now? How do I relate to him when he willfully moves beyond my control, rejects everything I tried to teach, and dismisses my concerns?" Join Dwight for helpful principles from the "prodigal son” story.

ID: 17-308
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

God has put his special fingerprint in each of us. Psalm 139 tells us we are, indeed, fearfully and wonderfully made. Join the voyage through the human body as new life begins from a single new cell until being born. Come hear about the wonderful gift of life given you, how you are formed, and the special calling that God puts on your life.

ID: 17-309
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Do you remember the groans in math class at the word ‘fraction’? Well, there is a better and less painful way of teaching fractions. Fractions are, dare I say, fun! What’s the way to teach them? Come and find out the beauty and simplicity of fractions.

ID: 17-310
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Learn about first aid through scenario based situations dealing with simple first aid in a wilderness setting. You will also learn how to pack a survival kit to take with you on your wilderness treks.

ID: 17-311
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

When “modesty” comes up, everyone immediately thinks of clothing styles. But biblical modesty is so much more than dress, or lack of it! In fact, true biblical modesty is deeply spiritual. What we wear simply reflects what we believe about God, ourselves, and a score of other life issues. That, in turn, is reflected in what we say and do.

ID: 17-312
Friday;
Apr. 28, 2017
$5.00

Presenting not only ten important benefits of homeschooling the upper grades, this workshop covers potential dangers, provides practical suggestions, and gives specific information on a variety of ways to effectively educate this age group.

Christians face the constant battle to not be like the godless culture we are to reach. There is competition for our souls between consuming media or God's Word. What life patterns must we develop to ensure we truly engage the culture for Christ's sake instead of being so informed by the culture we make no difference at all?

ID: 17-402
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

Learn how to apply first aid in a variety of situations like personal safety, body substance isolation, diabetic emergencies, allergic reactions, cardiac problems, bleeding control, and other forms of trauma.

ID: 17-404
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

Do your students dread writing? Are you frustrated with struggling to get more than three sentences on the page? Find out practical, usable ideas for making writing fun and interesting to students—and teachers.

ID: 17-405
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

The human mouth’s intricacies are far beyond evolution’s explanation. From teeth that must be exactly the angles to match their partners below and keep food moving with the mouth’s tongue and roof, to the amazingly unique composition of teeth and purpose of facial muscles and nerves—our mouth truly tells of the glory of the Lord!

ID: 17-406
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

Do you have problems or challenges? Come learn how to define the problem, get to its root cause, measure results, and design solutions that work. These techniques, used by companies like Toyota and Boeing, can get children to pick up their room, or build Christian character. You can do it. Come learn how.

ID: 17-407
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

A great blessing of home education is choosing the curriculum that we believe is most valuable for our children. Of paramount importance is to faithfully teach the Word of God, because in Proverbs Solomon says the truths of Scripture are the beginning of knowledge, wisdom, and understanding—the ability to discern all other subjects and systems of thought.

ID: 17-408
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

Students embark with Dr. Callentine, tour guide, on a voyage through the lungs. In this interactive workshop, see real demonstrations of how your lungs work. Each student receives a certificate for lab hour documentation. The Lab A fee purchases a science kit to continue exploration at home.

ID: 17-409
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

We are living in the midst of a cultural transformation. Hillary Clinton said: "We must begin to think in new ways." This new way of thinking is in opposition to thinking biblically, resulting in confusion for many Christian young people. A spiritual compass set to the Word of God in all subject areas allows movement within this secular culture.

ID: 17-410
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

Mark 7:21-23 tells us sin comes from the heart. God’s Word teaches us about our hearts; why we sin. Knowing the difference between WHEN we sin (circumstances) and WHAT we do as a result (behavior) is important, but we need to know WHY we sin (root issues) to engage in spiritual battle effectively. God mercifully brings rescue.

What does the Bible say about children? They’re a gift, reward, and blessing. Opening the womb was one of God’s most gracious acts in Scripture. Conversely, barrenness was one of the worst trials for people to endure. As Christians, how does this apply to us today?

ID: 17-412
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

Jerry Seinfeld famously reported that the average person's number one fear is public speaking. Number two is death. As Christians who should make it their utmost goal to engage the culture in a manner that glorifies God, how can we best overcome this fear? See how competitive speech and debate helped Sydney overcome her fear and become a confident speaker.

ID: 17-501
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

How does reading a book become a ticket to the summit of Mount Everest? Join David to find out. He has filmed everything from the dusty streets of a Pakistani village to sea ducks in the frozen Arctic; from a cow pasture in Texas to a windy camp atop Mount Ararat on the quest for Noah’s Ark. Travel with David in this photographic adventure.

Topics: World View

The sowing and reaping principle in Scripture shows God's plan for consequences in the discipline process—to “get our attention” concerning spiritual danger and our spiritual direction. God’s purposes for consequences are a model for godly parenting. Find out important steps to teach your children and underscore the importance of God's ways.

Don't stop now! High school is the final preparation. This is the time to join facts into logical relationships; a time to think through difficult issues and ideas; and a time to learn how to challenge the culture with the Truth of Christianity. You can do it!

Have you wished to lovingly confront someone but were not sure how? Believers in a “Galatians 6:1” attitude can graciously make correction/confrontation a ministry instead of a friendship-ending conversation. Learn about how to approach someone in a non-judgmental attitude, hindrances to correction/confrontation, and how to heal broken relationships.

ID: 17-506
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

For the Christian, singing is a natural impulse of a mercy-filled life. Singing in unison is universal, but harmony is harder and less common with a growing disuse of hymnals. Learn the first steps for singing in parts, by doing. Find joy in hearing rich textures of human vocal instruments blending to the glory of Jesus, our Creator.

ID: 17-507
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

How do young people discern God’s direction for their lives? As this is a great challenge for youth and their parents, begin in earnest prayer together for God’s leading, identify gifts and interests, and then foster their development. But then what? Come hear the “inside scoop” from our panel of experts in widely varied fields describe their professions and answer your questions about them.

ID: 17-508
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

Students will peer into a real eye with Dr. Callentine. Learn how the eye and brain cooperate in amazing teamwork. Each student receives a certificate for lab hour documentation.

ID: 17-509
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

Biblical beauty is less understood or sought after in today’s Christian culture. Many Christian young ladies subliminally embrace a counterfeit beauty and fail to recognize its qualities of worldliness. They are “captured” by female attitudes and actions promoted as attractive. The beauty of an intentional plan of godliness brings joy, kindness, love, graciousness, sincerity, gentleness, and ministry to adorn her life.

ID: 17-510
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

Ladies, come and learn about what is involved in being a midwife. Suzanne, a homeschool mom, has run her own midwifery practice for over twenty years. As well as covering the basics of midwifery, she explains what a person should think carefully about when considering this profession.

ID: 17-511
Saturday;
Apr. 29, 2017
$5.00

Hey mom! Do you ever feel so disorganized that you just can’t “keep it all together” and want to scream, or run and hide? If this is you, learn from Gina, an ordinary wife and mom, who creates an atmosphere of structure, order, and togetherness within her home. Find out about her methods and tips to create a home of organization, reduce confusion, enhance life-skill building for her children, and minister as a family.

How long do you allow a child to think before you start helping them? To be quiet and let children wrestle with a problem can help them learn and remember things longer. The goal is to provide a way for them to learn how to problem-solve. How might you go about doing this? Well, come and find out how to help your child.