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Diane Allen, Marji McIlvaine

Moving into the future with homeschooling, the availability of online education is exploding!

The very word strikes fear into the heart of many homeschool parents.

Angela Highsmith Armstrong

Refocus, reorganize, revive to re-energize mom first.

Hope Auer, Ken Auer

Who decided the subjects you need to study in school?

Nathan Barrick, Hannah Davis

Join North Carolina 4-H’s first completely homeschooled state council officer team to discover wh

Sandie Barrie Blackley

A child may have perfect hearing and excellent speech but be diagnosed with an auditory processin

Jan Bloom

A show and tell workshop in which attendees can see what significant books look like so they can be recognized.

Dwayne Bond , Davis Carman, Spencer Mason, Kevin McClain

These seasoned homeschool gentlemen will discuss various aspects of homeschooling and answer your questions.

Kevin Brown

You are homeschooling and teaching your children at home for many reasons, but what is the primar

Janice Campbell

Sometimes homeschool conferences can be a confusing blur of new terms, confusing concepts and cas

Home is where the heart is, and for countless generations, it’s where families lived, worked and

Davis Carman

Are parents really qualified to teach their children everything? What about socialization?

Rachael Carman, Savannah Anne Carman

Our family is much like yours and many others.

Rachael Carman

Too many moms feels guilt if they can’t fit in a daily quiet time with God.

Establishing a clear, biblical worldview and a strong foundation in basic Christian doctrine can help protect your children from false teachings.

Derek and Cheryl Carter

This workshop will focus on how moms feel they have to do everything.

This workshop will focus on practical and biblical ways moms can grow spiritually while dealing w

Carter will share practical ways parents of ADD/ADHD can help organize their children and get the

With candor, humor and sensitivity the Carters discuss biblical love in the context of marriage a

In this fun and inspiring workshop, Cheryl Carter, a columnist, author and freelance writer share

This workshop will focus on the practical, biblical and tangible ways dads, especially those who

Carter discusses the rites of the Passage Program that he has used (and is presently using) with

Kristen Eckenwiler

It is one thing to know when Columbus discovered America, but quite another to be able to talk ab

What makes some teachers so much more effective than others?

A learning disability presents many unique challenges to any teacher as they search for the most

Mari Fitz-Wynn

Is your homeschool limping along, scattered or chaotic?

Dr. Chená T. Flood

This workshop is designed to provide an overview of NC statutory requirements for homeschools to

J. Mark Fox

Are you preparing your children to leave you or to stay with you?

Mark and Cindy Fox have had the privilege to homeschool their seven children for more than twenty

Jeannie Fulbright

As homeschooling parents, we feel a great burden of responsibility for our children’s futures.

This workshop uncovers the reasons why we get discouraged as we travel the road of homeschooling.

Looking back over our parenting years, don’t we all wish we could have done some things different

Let’s face it—most people don’t like science. Why is that?

As an admitted curriculum junkie, Jeannie Fulbright bought everything that sounded good.

Kyra Gartrell

Essay-Writing is a building process that begins with planning, tools, and organization and ends with a final product – a well-written essay.

Dara Halydier

With a bit of homeschool humor and the depth of the truths of God's Word, Dara will encourage and

Jill Hamilton

Secrets of SAT success that have helped hundreds of students raise their test scores as much as 600 points!

Dean Hardy

 Christians should be asking ourselves how we are to adequately prepare our students for the spiritual and intellectual struggles that they will face in college.

Julie Hiramine

This season of change, both physically and emotionally, can take a big toll on our tweens moving

A biblical, age-appropriate approach to sex education.

Jim Hodges

Learn how to incorporate the 122 historically accurate novels by George Henty into your History, Geography, Character, and Language curriculum, just by reading or listening!

One of the prevailing themes of Proverbs is to listen.

Caryn Hommel, Marji McIlvaine

Do I have to speak a language to teach it? Which language should I teach?

Laura House

You know you need to have your children learn to write well, but how can you do that and get all

Jason Jimenez

This workshop is designed to embolden teens and twenty-somethings in Christ and provide them with

The purpose of this workshop is to offer a comprehensive biblical worldview seminar to families e

Jeffrey Jost

Details about the NC Career and College Promise Program

Andrew Kern

It is possible for a person to have an overwhelming number of things to do (children to raise, bi

In this workshop, Andrew Kern will discuss the considerable importance of cultivating discernment

Tracy Klicka

What does parenting look like as your child enters into the young adult years?

Our children engage the world through technology like no other generation has ever before.

As Tracy Klicka has experienced, it is not always easy for a homeschooling mom to keep her focus,

Every young woman longs for the day when she can say “yes” to the man she loves, though waiting f

In less time than most of our children have been alive, our culture has seen a radical shift in v

Scott Klusendorf

“Who are you to push your views on me?” If you’re a Christian, you’ve heard that said many times.

While the street-level debate over abortion rages on, a serious intellectual discussion about the

Ever been on the hot seat?

How can Christians bring moral clarity to issues like abortion and embryonic stem cell research?

Bonita Lillie

A mom in her final year of homeschooling shares her A-Z guide for the most important lessons she’

Dear Mommies, this workshop is the spa visit you need, the break you never get and the gift of en

Mike and Ronda Marshall

Are you new to homeschooling?

Have you ever felt this way?

Balance, that’s what it is all about.

Debbie Mason

Debbie will show you how to accomplish the challenging task of teaching high school.

The thought of teaching high school can be intimidating for many homeschoolers, causing them to q

Learn how to prepare for college.

From the beginning of the homeschool journey, parents have to make decisions about what types of

This workshop will identify which outside activities are wonderful enrichments to the homeschool and which are detrimental to our goals as homeschoolers.

Debbie Mason, Nancy Coleman

Whether you are dreading these years or excitedly looking forward to them, most mothers experienc

Spencer Mason

Spencer explains the legalities of homeschooling in NC and working with the Division of Non-Public Education, what is required and what is voluntary.

Dr. Matthew McDill

How do I know I am giving my children what they really need?

What will my children really remember after homeschool?

Joann Nabb

Learning a foreign language opens the world for you, and the younger you start your child, the better.

A gap year is that wonderful year between high school and college, that allows your student to obtain real life experiences and growth, that cannot be had in the very scheduled world of college.

Dr. Victoria Naumann

Practical information towards improving a child’s attention, learning and behavior choices will be discussed through the lens of brain function.

Charles Nettles

“Do I need a school room? Is homeschooling legal? Can I do this?

Steve Noble

This workshop is based on Galatians 2:20 “I have been crucified with Christ.

Based on the eighteen-week class of the same name that Steve teaches to high school homeschoolers

Andrew Pudewa

We discuss several basic themes in fairy tales and traditional children’s literature and their importance to the moral imagination.

Find out in this workshop how spelling information is most efficiently stored in the brain, and why.

 Learn and avoid four teaching mistakes that contribute to this frustration: Overcorrecting, Holding Back Help, Unclear Assignments, and Over-Expectation.

According to the classical model, there are four core language arts: listening, speaking, reading, and writing

Ken Sande

Modern Christians are often skeptical of focusing on emotions and the impact they have on our liv

This workshop will provide practical strategies for teaching the foundational principles of relat

Change is one of the most frequent causes of conflict, whether in the home, office, church or on

This workshop will provide an overview of four essential principles that will enable you and your

Jennifer Schmidt

With five children, Jen has mastered the fine art of 80% off living.

Alan Scholl

Does government matter to Christians? Why is one form of government superior to others?

Michael Smith

Parental rights and religious freedom have been the two foundations to establish a constitutional

A general overview of the challenges, burdens and benefits of homeschooling from a veteran homesc

According to practical surveying by Lou Priollo, a Christian family counselor, many of our childr

This presentation is based upon scriptural principles gleaned from King Jehoshaphat of Judah and

Life and death is in the power of tongue.

Margaret Smith

This workshop details the tuition free opportunities available for high school and college credit at Central Piedmont Community College.

Dori Staehle

This workshop will provide you with tips from the trenches.

A former admissions counselor and homeschooling parent will explain the college process, what cou

Lynne Taylor

We’ve all read lots of books on learning styles.

Paige Timer

What is the perfect homeschool education?

Jeremy D. Troxler

This workshop is designed for those who believe having a Christian worldview is important but may

Jim Weiss

Jim Weiss explores the current fascination with the dark side in the Narnia, Harry Potter, Twilig

Jim Weiss explores a prominent driving issue for all conscientious parents—how to teach character

Dr. Saundra Wall Williams

This workshop will identify the lessons learned from successes and failures of leadership.

Delnora Williams

Life-long learners, heroes advancing the Kingdom, dreamers who see the possibilities, adults who

You’ve tried all the techniques, bought all the math manipulatives and covered all your curriculu

Hal & Melanie Young

Melanie Young, mother of eight, brings encouragement and ideas to keep the plates going without your life spinning out of control!

Learn about challenges homeschooling marriages may face and how to work them through.

Homeschool marriages are breaking up everywhere. How can this be?

In spite of what the culture is telling us, boys and girls are different.

Learn how to have real meals again!

Michele Zavatsky

Does your family have cabin fever but your budget is slim?