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Kim’s Super Power: Equipping homeschool parents to Teach Writing

Kim Kautzer is WriteShop’s founder and creative director. Kim loves to encourage and equip homeschool parents who have a tough time teaching writing. Her inspiring and practical workshops reveal that teaching writing is more objective than you think, and with the right tools, you can guide and motivate your struggling writer.

The Kautzers make their home in Southern California. They homeschooled for 15 years, graduating their youngest in 2003. Kim thrives on travel, reading, gardening, Sunday crosswords, and her nine grandkids. Award-winning WriteShop, her unique and successful writing program, has been honored each year as one of Cathy Duffy’s Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum.

Kim’s conference workshops are titled: How to Motivate and Nurture Young Writers and College Prep: Are Writing and Study Skills on Track?

Kathie’s Super Power: Character Training

Kathie Morrissey is the mother of 8 children, wife to Alan for 40 years, and a committed homeschooling mom of 31 years. She is the founder of The Character Corner, where she loves to blog about parenting, family life, homeschooling, and life in general.

Kathie is the author of two popular character curriculums, as well as several other books to encourage homeschooling parents. She is a well-known speaker at homeschool conventions and support groups, as well as ladies retreats.

Her heart’s desire is to help and encourage parents to be purposeful in raising Godly children with strong Christian character, who walk in purity and have a heart for God.  Connect with Kathie online Facebook  Ι Pinterest I Twitter I YouTube

Kathie’s conference workshops are titled: 7 Secrets to a Good Homeschool Week, Training Character Into Your Children and 10 Things Every Homeschooler Should Remember

Andrew’s Super Power: motivating kids

Andrew Pudewa is the founder and director of the Institute for Excellence in Writing and a father of seven. Traveling and speaking around the world, he addresses issues related to teaching, writing, thinking, spelling, and music, with clarity, insight, practical experience, and humor. His seminars for parents, students, and teachers have helped transform many a reluctant writer and have equipped educators with powerful tools to dramatically improve students’ skills. Although he is a graduate of the Talent Education Institute in Japan and holds a Certificate of Child Brain Development from the Institutes for the Achievement of Human Potential in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, his best endorsement is from a young Alaskan boy who called him “the funny man with the wonderful words.” He and his beautiful, heroic wife, Robin, have homeschooled their seven children and are now proud grandparents of fourteen, making their home in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Andrew’s conference workshops are titled: Principles of Motivation, But … but … but … What about Grammar? and Spelling and the Brain

Michelle’s Super Power: Helping us find deepest heart of impactful and truly enjoyable education, as God intended for us

For over 26 years, Michelle Miller Howard has been a librarian, home education consultant, author, columnist, and speaker, specializing in top-quality living books, educational vision, and history education.  It began in 1985, when she pioneered, funded, and acquired a library of such rare children’s literature, which has been thriving ever since; her Children’s Preservation Library (in Michigan) now houses over 20,000 valuable volumes, serving patrons in several counties.  A second library, Living Learning Libraries, is now operating in Florida, with almost 20,000 volumes as well, with plans for additional libraries.

She then wrote the multiple award-winning TruthQuest History curriculum, which steers families through American and World history with deep, engaging, spiritually-probing commentary, and which embeds her vast knowledge of topic-specific living book recommendations throughout. 

Michelle is considered a national leader/expert on living libraries and literature, and helps others around the nation found and operate such libraries as well, including requests to work with colleges, charter school systems, and non-profit foundations.  Currently, she is also consulting for the library at the Hillsdale Academy (the K-12 classical school affiliated with Hillsdale College), to further build their book collection with her top-flight expertise.  She has developed a massive database on specialized youth literature, which has been of service to many, and her first-hand knowledge of youth literature in all academic areas is unsurpassed. 

Michelle has also been asked to speak about education, literature, and history at many levels–both in person and via national radio–and is a regular contributing columnist to various national magazines and educational websites.  Editors have requested her insights through published articles on several topics over the years.  But, she also helps home-educating families (live or via phone/Skype) find thrilling, child-specific vision and direction through consultation.

Management of her own library for over two decades has led to her high-level expertise in library science, the Dewey Decimal system (significantly memorized), book acquisition and processing, as well as communications, service, operations, organization, teamwork, and fiscal responsibility. 

Michelle was an outstanding student herself in both high school and college (including invitations to West Point, MIT, etc.), graduating summa cum laude from the University of Alabama, with a B.A. in Interdisciplinary Communications.  Michelle home-educated all four of her children/teens, one a Hillsdale College alumnus admitted to their esteemed Honors Program, and another in the process of graduating with honors from Houghton College.  She has been an active member of local churches and educational support groups over the years, has traveled to Europe and Russia several times, including overseas mission trips and international adoption, and now has seven cute grandsons.

Michelle’s conference workshops are titled: Education is Spiritual, Hot Rods and Hope Chests: Boys and Girls and History and High School: The Grand Finale

Jeannie’s Super Power: Free Spirit

Jeannie Fulbright is the author of the #1 best-selling, multi award-winning Exploring Creation elementary science series published by Apologia.

She has been speaking and writing to build up the homeschool community for twenty years. As a veteran homeschool mom of four, Jeannie has watched her children graduate, blossom, pursue their passions, and become incredibly successful men and women of God. Jeannie’s passion is to empower parents to homeschool with excellence and to trust God with every aspect of their children’s education.

Jeannie received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin, her master’s degree from Fairfield University, and her Christian Life Coach certification from Life University.

Jeannie’s conference workshops are titled: How to Teach Science with Excellence, College Crash Course and Charlotte Mason

Rebekah’s Super Power: X-ray vision. Seeing the CORE of homeschooling

Professional nerf bullet dodger and mom of five rambunctious sons, Rebekah Sayler, delivers homeschool hacks, solutions, printables, and laughter to empower you in your homeschool journey. When she’s not spending time with her family, she can be found creating engaging printable activities and lessons, mentoring homeschool moms, or teaching other creative moms how to make and sell printables.

Rebekah‘s conference workshops are titled: Holy Trinity of Homeschool, Math: Embrace the Vocabulary and Writing: The 3 Know-Knows of Teaching Writing.

Britton’s Super Power: motivating kids

No one understands education like Britton LaTulippe. This homeschooling father of seven is the author of more than 70 children’s books and The Art of Raising Children for Greatness series, creator of several early-learning curriculum sets, and the founder and president of Blue Manor’s Online Academy. After attending an elite prep school in Virginia, he realized that the greatest disparity between rich and poor is the quality of their education. Now, it is Britton’s mission to bring elite education into the world of homeschooling.

Britton‘s conference workshop is titled: Motivating children for greatness

Annette’s Super Power: Consolidation

Annette Breedlove has been married to her best friend since 2003. Together they have 6 beautiful blessings and 11 angel babies whom they never got to meet but are anxiously awaiting the day they will be reunited in heaven as they find hope and peace in loss.

Annette’s homeschooling journey began in 2010 when her oldest was finishing up preschool. She realized he was ahead of the curve and felt that he would “get lost” in the large class sizes. After much prayer, she and her husband decided homeschooling was the right fit for their family. Over the years their homeschooling methods have changed and grown into what works best for their family.

Annette shares about Christian marriage, parenting, homeschooling, and life at In All You Do. After the sudden death of her father in Feb 2012, she began to focus more on her Christian walk and daily life with Jesus Christ. She’s learning to live as Christ lived, love and Christ loves and to be the wife and mother God has called her to be. Join her as she shares her journey and talks about learning to honor Christ In All You Do.

Annette’s conference workshop is titled: Homeschooling from Anywhere

Penny’s Super Power: Encouraging autism families

Penny Rogers is a veteran homeschooling mom to Logan,who has autism, and Madison. Based on her own personal and often difficult experiences with autism, she hopes to educate families of children with autism on how to navigate their world from pre diagnosis to adulthood. Join her family in Autismland where everyone is welcome.

Penny‘s conference workshops are titled: Homeschooling Autism, At Home Options for Doing Therapy With Your Child With Autism and You can teach social skills to children with autism

Lara’s Super Power: helping busy homeschool mamas cultivate a life-giving home and homeschool that embodies education as an atmosphere, a discipline, and a life.

Lara Molettiere is a saved-by-grace encourager, wife to a wonderful man, and the mama to two precious and precocious boys. Lara believes you are the gate-keeper, grace-giver, and cultivator of your home – a sacred space – and when you step into your God-given capacity you are capable of providing a delightful and life-giving education to your children. Lara has been homeschooling her own children for 6 years, and was blessed to be a homeschool mother’s helper to a Charlotte Mason mama for 3 years before having her own family.  Lara is the creator of The Homeschool Garden morning time curriculum and blogs at Everyday Graces Homeschool. 

My homeschool superpower is helping busy homeschool mamas cultivate a life-giving home and homeschool that embodies education as an atmosphere, a discipline, and a life. 

Lara‘s conference workshops are titled: Using Morning Time in a Charlotte Mason Education and Making Your Home a Haven: A Workshop for Homeschool Moms

Gabriela’s Super Powers: helping homeschool families by providing access to holistic and creative music instruction so that together, we can grow those bigger, better brains for our children.

Former public school administrator turned homeschooling mother, Gabi Haberer has been an educator for over 20 years.  A classically-trained musician and music educator, she believes that every child should have access to holistic music instruction and frequently speaks on the many benefits of music education for young children.  Her interest in the field of neuroscientific research and music education has had an impact on both purpose and pedagogy in her music studio.

Gabriela‘s conference workshop is titled: Neuroscience and Music Education: Giving Your Child a Superpower Through Music

Rachel’s Super Power: Perspective

Rachael had it going on—or so she thought. After surviving sixty-three months of pregnancy, countless sleepless nights, and 35,000+ diapers, this one-time control freak encountered God’s grace. And she’s here to encourage you to do the same! She loves encouraging and inspiring moms to grow deeper in their walk and relationship with our Heavenly Father.

In her books How Many Times Do I Have to Tell You? and How to Have a HEART for Your Kids, she challenges mothers to surrender their will and draw closer to the Lord. She invites moms to join her in loving God passionately and worshiping Him fully while sweeping up Cheerios, doing laundry, and planning dinner. You will be affirmed in your role as a mother as she speaks of her own struggles with perfectionism and impatience and shares her challenges, failures, and victories amid the ever-changing seasons of life. Her honesty will surprise you, and her humor will put you at ease.

She’s been married to my beloved, Davis, since 1986; our life has been a roller-coaster ride with God at the controls. We have seven kids and let us tell you our family loves to laugh! Rachael enjoys playing in the dirt, eating dark chocolate, and walking on the beach. Davis and Rachael own Apologia Educational Ministries. She’s an author and speaker—She is passionate about helping moms not only survive motherhood, but draw near to the Father and thrive in motherhood.

Rachael’s conference workshop is titled: Perspective

Aimee’s Super Power is: Restful Homeschooling

Aimee Smith is a second-generation homeschool momma of four and author of The Restful Homeschool Resolution: 21 Days to Transform Your Homeschool. She and her husband Aron live in Alabama with their four children (ages 10-17) and enjoy hiking, camping, swimming, and reading together. Their family enjoys serving together through Aimee’s leadership in their local homeschool community.

Their homeschool story could be chronicled by persistent struggles and battles of life, including a decade-long battle with Aimee’s autoimmune disease. However, she chooses to focus on God’s redemption of each trial as part of her family’s education. Through tenacious worship, she is learning to live in victorious rest. Join Aimee at or in the Restful Homeschool Mommas Facebook group for encouragement to cultivate victorious rest in the midst of your homeschool days.

Aimee‘s conference workshops are titled: I’m Not Patient Enough to Homeschool, Homeschooling Through Life’s Disruptions and Reclaiming Joy by Cultivating Family Conversations

Surya’s Super Powers: helping homeschool families lower the stress and up the fun through games and activities.

Surya Chronister believes you can have a fun and exciting homeschool without hours of prep or all the power struggles.  An engineer turned high school math
teacher turned homeschooling mom of three, she has a knack for helping families weave simple games and activities into their homeschools to
lower the stress and increase the fun.

Surya lives in Iowa with her husband of (almost) 13 years, three
daughters, and two dog-daughters.  You can connect with her at

Surya‘s conference workshops are titled: Reluctant learners, Love of Learning and Learning with games

Lisa’s Super Powers: helping people strategize and take the long view. Where are you now, where are you going, how will you get there?

Lisa Nehring owns and operates True North Homeschool Academy, offering k-12th grade Classes, Clubs, Advising, Testing, a Membership site providing community, equipping and support for homeschooling Mommas and their families. She has a weekly podcast: Life Skills 101 on the Ultimate Homeschool Podcast Network and teaches, writes and speaks regularly on Homeschooling, Intentional Parenting and Christian Living. 

Lisa has been married to her husband, Dr. David Nehring, for 34 years, who often joins her in speaking engagements on the podcast and at retreats and conferences. She has homeschooled for 28 years, having graduated four of her five kids (#5 is almost there) who have gone on to college, vo-tech training, the military and marriage. She has loved the years she has spent homeschooling her little tribe- reading, exploring and discovering God’s majestic universe together. 

She holds Master’s Degrees in Marriage and Family Therapy as well as Human Development, has written hundreds of product and curriculum reviews and consults with homeschooling businesses and curriculum writers as they ready their products and services for market. 

Lisa‘s conference workshop is titled: Soft Skills 101 : Life Skills for a Digital Age

Justina’s Super Power: Music, encouragement

Justina of Jus’ Classical is a musician, oboist, singer, song writer, creator, video producer, blogger, speaker, actress, classical educator, photographer and entrepreneur. She has a degree in music therapy and has worked as an early childhood music teacher for over 18 years. At her church, she also helps with the music ministry, playing oboe in the orchestra, and teaching Sunday school to early elementary-aged children, using her Westminster Shorter Catechism songs.

Justina is also a devoted wife and a crazy and busy homeschooling mom of three blessings, ages 14, 12, and 9. Most importantly, she is a follower of Jesus Christ who subscribes to the teachings that come from the Reformation. It is her desire and goal in life to glorify God in all that she does as the answer to Westminster Shorter Catechism question #1 states so well: “Man’s chief end is to glorify God and to enjoy Him forever.” It is also her great aspiration to encourage other home school moms and families, especially in focusing on Christ, making memorizing painless through music and in enjoying great art and classical music!

Justina‘s conference workshops are titled: How to Thrive (Not Just Survive) as a Homeschool Mom, 7 Reasons to Include Memory Work in Your School Day and The Importance of Including Music in Your Homeschool: Music in Development and Music Activities

Jan’s Super Power: Encouraging Moms Who Homeschool

Jan L. Burt is a homeschooling veteran, mother to five, and has been happily married to Tony for twenty-nine years. She served in youth ministry alongside her husband for twelve years & has led several Bible studies for women.  Jan is the host of the podcast “The Burt (Not Ernie) Show” & author of the new ebook “So Long, Guilt & Shame”  & “The Once-A-Year Homeschool Planner” (a multi-grade, multi-subject planning system) – which can be found at   She is also the author of The Homeschooling Mothers Bible Study (available on Amazon) and is a regular contributor to The Old Schoolhouse Magazine.  Find Jan on Facebook: or Instagram:  @JanLBurt or at her website

Jan‘s conference workshops are titled: All Things Homeschool – What I Learned from My 25 Years of Homeschooling, Bible Study for the Homeschool Mom and Homeschool Planning 101 – All My Best Advice for Planning a Successful Homeschool Year Based on 25 Years of Home Education

Tina’s Super Power: encouraging

Tina von Hatten is an enthusiastic mom of 8. In her 13+ years homeschooling, she has gathered countless insights into the wonderful world of homeschooling; which she passionately shares with fellow homeschool families to encourage and inspire them on their own unique homeschool journeys. When Tina isn’t busy homeschooling, you’ll find her blogging or vlogging over at where the goal is to pursue excellence, encounter beauty and explore the world.

Tina‘s conference workshops are titled: Planning Margin into your homeschool, Adopting the Coaching Mentality in Your Homeschool and Helping your Teen Reach Their Potential

Jennifer’s Super Power: Patience & Joy

Jennifer Merckling is a former elementary teacher & virtual school
teacher, and has been homeschooling her 6 kids for the last 17 years— she has a 20 year-old son, two teenage daughters, a third-grader, and 6- year old miracle twins! Jen has a passion for helping moms find joy and grace in their homeschool and parenting journey! She is the author of Ready for Reading, a beginning phonics program tailor-made for homeschool families! In the middle of homeschooling, dishes, and laundry–you can find her blogging about the homeschool life at

Jennifer‘s conference workshops are titled: It’s Okay…Give Yourself Permission to These 5 Things, Living Your Priorities: 5 Tips for Mental Peace This School Year and 6 Homeschool Regrets: What I Wish I Did Differently

Jeannie’s Super Power: Free Spirit

Jeannie Fulbright is the author of the #1 best-selling, multi award-winning Exploring Creation elementary science series published by Apologia.

She has been speaking and writing to build up the homeschool community for twenty years. As a veteran homeschool mom of four, Jeannie has watched her children graduate, blossom, pursue their passions, and become incredibly successful men and women of God. Jeannie’s passion is to empower parents to homeschool with excellence and to trust God with every aspect of their children’s education.

Jeannie received her bachelor’s degree from the University of Texas at Austin, her master’s degree from Fairfield University, and her Christian Life Coach certification from Life University.

Jeannie’s conference workshops are titled: How to Teach Science with Excellence, College Crash Course and Charlotte Mason

Michelle’s Super Power: adaptability- the ability to adjust curriculum and teaching to meet a family’s needs.

Michelle Huddleston is a work-from-home, homeschooling mama to 5 blessings. She has been homeschooling 7 years and always admits that she doesn’t have it all together. What she does have is the desire to link arms with other homeschooling mama and help them homeschool with grace and ease. You can find Michelle blogging at The Healing Life, and on FacebookInstagram, and YouTube. She’s eager to meet you!

Michelle‘s conference workshop is titled: 3 Steps to Finding Your Homeschool Groove

Sally & Jennifer’s Super Power: Proving that everyone is born an art genius.

Sally Stansfield and Jennifer Elia are passionate homeschool moms driven to spread the good, true, and beautiful through art education. Together, they are the creators of Beyond the Stick Figure Online Art School. Sally, the right brain artist, realized when her 8 children were young that we have been teaching art completely the wrong way. So for the past 17 years, she has been nurturing art geniuses age 5-95 with her amazing, incremental style of teaching.  Jennifer, the left brain of the operation, is a homeschool mentor, best selling author, and homeschooling advocate who believes that every child has needs and gifts that must be celebrated, and that make him beautifully unique. If you can draw a stick figure, you can learn to paint and draw. Nurturing your hidden art genius doesn’t just bring joy, it opens an entirely new world of possibilities to students young and old. You can connect with Sally and Jennifer at Beyond the Stick Figure Online Art School, on Facebook, and on Youtube.

Sally & Jennifer‘s conference workshop is titled: Why Art is More Important than You Think!

Amanda’s Super Power: captivate learners

Amanda Stockdale helps homeschoolers raise self-motivated learners by bringing the adventure of learning right into your living room. She’s the creator of the Adventure Homeschooling curriculum. Amanda is a single,
entrepreneur, homeschooling mama of two kiddos.

Amanda’s conference workshop is titled: The 4 Essentials to an Awesome School Year

Heather’s Super Power: adaptability- the ability to adjust curriculum and teaching to meet a family’s needs.

Heather Gonzales is a Christian, wife, Mom to 5, and a homeschooler. She writes at Fearless Faithful Mom about helping moms fearlessly embrace the challenges of motherhood. Her site includes help for homeschoolers, encouragement for the journey of motherhood, and gluten-free and allergy-friendly recipes. You can connect with her on FacebookPinterestInstagram, and Twitter.

Heather’s conference workshop is titled: A Kid-Friendly Approach to Teaching Reading, Scripture Memorization- Why and How to Do It and Special Needs Homeschooling- How to Add Therapy Into Your School Day

Jen’s Super Power: organization

Jen Dodrill has been married 34 years, is a proud mom to 5 kids, and she homeschooled the youngest three using the eclectic style. The “baby” graduated in May, but Jen refuses to bow to empty-nest syndrome! She teaches Oral Communication as an adjunct instructor and writes curriculum under History at Home at TeachersPayTeachers. When she’s not working, she’s spending time with her kids and adorable granddaughters. Connect with her on her blog – Jen Dodrill History at HomeInstagramFacebook, and her favorite place – Pinterest!

Jen’s conference workshop is titled: How to Homeschool High School

Kirsten’s Super Power: Encouragement!

Kirsten McTernan is a christian author and home educator living in Central PA. She is married to an engineering professor who was homeschooled and has four adventurous boys. Kirsten’s mission is to bring hope and encouragement to moms through her inspiring story and experiences. She believes parents have a profound ability to motivate, inspire and educate their own children.

You can connect with Kirsten at 
Facebook page: Homeschooling: You CAN Do It
Instagram: @kirstenmcternan or by email:

Kirsten’s conference workshops are titled: Budget-Friendly Homeschooling: 6 Simple Ways to Spend Less While Giving a Your Child a Top-Notch Education, Simplify Your Homeschool: Lessons learned from living (and teaching) out of a suitcase! and Casting a Vision and Re-Discovering the Purpose for Why You Homeschool

Meaghan’s Super Power: On the fly lesson planning! I can come up with creating learning activities about any subject, any time.

Meaghan Jackson of Joyful Mud Puddles is a Parenting and Homeschool Coach.  She has taken her passion for bringing peaceful calm to family life and pairs that with her background in education to help parents become more confident and well equipped. Meaghan has a Bachelor of Education and Engineering along with several years of teaching experience at a private school. Since having children she has homeschooled her three boys and is an advocate for the homeschool community, organizing events and leading classes. As a successful business owner and entrepreneur, Meaghan understands the difficulties that many parents go through trying to juggle it all. Her family struggles and transformation is what led Meaghan to become a Parenting Coach because she desires for others to rediscover the joy in parenting. What better way to describe the messy, fun exciting life of a mom with three boys that Joyful Mud Puddles!

Meaghan’s conference workshops are titled: Exploring Nature with your Five Senses, Working and Homeschooling Parents: How to juggle it all and Gentle Parenting and Homeschool Success

Pat’s Super Power: Turning challenges into opportunities!

After almost 25 years of home-educating her five children, Pat Fenner is making the most of her “retired homeschool mom” status. She encourages and inspires others as they continue the journey through the high school years at her blog BreakthroughHomeschooling and helps moms find meaning and purpose in the “post-homeschooling” stage of life in “The Empty Homeschool Nest” book and course. She anticipates finding time to work in the garden again someday, lovin’ on her granddaughter (and future grands!), and enjoys nothing more than getting together with a friend over a hot cup of coffee. Grab her tool kit for putting together an International Day event for your family or co-op by using this link.

Pat’s conference workshops are titled: How to Have a Stress-free Homeschool and Exploring the Learning in LIFE

Tal’s Super Power: Educating a large family

Tal Hoover is the founder of Blessed Grove Homeschooling and Academy. She’s a professional educator, curriculum writer and homeschool mother of 7 children. They are a Christian family that live their lives based on Biblical principals and the Lord’s Word is their foundation. Regular church attendance and daily Bible study is imperative in her faith. Her spare time is spent creating and publishing educational resources and operating her small baking business.

She has over 15 years of home education and nearly a decade of experience in tutoring, online education, and writing. She specialize in teaching Biblical and world history, multicultural studies, comparative religions, art history, and of course, professional artisan cookie decorating.

She has a bachelor’s degree in Leadership and also hold certificates in criminal law and paralegal studies. Missions work, mentoring and empowering not only her own family, but others is her top priority. She loves connecting with those that are seeking to educate their own children and become entrepreneurs to promote self-sufficiency.

Tal’s conference workshops are titled: How I have home educated 7 children together at the same time, You Don’t Have to Make It Difficult and Teaching multiple grade levels all at one table

Your Hostess

Kerry’s Super Power: Inspiring moms to raise leaders who love learning, make wise decisions and influence others for Jesus Christ

I’m your hostess, Kerry Beck . . .

I’m so excited to share these veteran homeschoolers with you to give you confidence to homeschool with success. I’m Gigi to my grandkids, so I’m starting over this year with Kindergarten. I love it. I homeschooled my 3 kids for 10 years. They’re all adults and my girls are moms, themselves.

You’ll get to know Gentry during Homeschool Super Heroes Week because she conducted our Super Hero Secret Interviews. retired homeschooler. I hope I can share the lessons I learned so you can do better in your homeschool.

I enjoy meeting with moms to encourage them in raising, educating and encouraging their own kids. I also have a strong desire to show families how to give their children a love of learning. I love being a mom, a Gigi and a homeschooler. One of my kids said, “I’m bringing my kids to you for all those fun activities.” Well, I can’t wait.

Most importantly, I want to share my faith with you. It’s my faith in Jesus Christ that gives me strength and courage to walk through days of rejection – loneliness – abandonment and lead me to peace, joy, victory and real forgiveness. Who could ask for more?

Sit back and let our Homeschool Super Heroes help YOU!

Get rid of your overwhelm and homeschool with confidence after you hear our Super Heroes. If this is your first year, you’re in for a treat.