Skip to content


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

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 workshops are titled: Homeschool Minimalism and Using FREE Printables to Build Your Homeschool Curriculum

Steven’s Super Power:

Steven Policastro is the founder and director of the International Association for Creation, a global
Christian 501(c)3 ministry dedicated to bringing Christ-centered education to the nations. He leads a
team to secure rights, establish liberty, and transform nations through public policy and civil society
initiatives globally. In 2020, in partnership with the national Christian homeschool leadership and the
Ministry of Sports & Culture, Steven and his team coordinated the initiative and drafted public policy
that set a pathway to legalize homeschooling in Bolivia. Today he leads his team in scaling that success
in dozens of nations across Latin America, Europe, Africa, Asia, and the Pacific, including: facilitating
high-level government discussions regarding the formation of education freedom zones in Mongolia,
establishing a national education framework for the Ministry of Education in South Sudan, and brokering
refugee resettlement talks between leaders in France and their European Union counterparts engaged
in the current conflict over parental rights.

Steven’s conference workshops are titled: Using Museums in Homeschool and Advancing Homeschool Freedom Around the World

Becky’s Super Power: Freeing and Empowering Children to Direct their Own Educations.

Becky Ogden made the choice to homeschool her children back in 2003, shortly before her oldest child turned 5, and has never regretted that decision. She embraced self-directed learning (AKA: unschooling) in 2008. She has since graduated two of her three children. Her oldest is currently enlisted in the Coast Guard. Her second is working full-time at a local retail specialty store and is pursuing some self-directed learning of her own as she dives into nutrition and skin and hair care. Her youngest just wrapped up “sixth grade” at home.

Becky helps new and struggling homeschoolers find confidence and success, and she helps those who are intrigued by the idea of unschooling explore the concepts of self-directed learning for their children.

You can connect with Becky in her Facebook group Your Confident, Successful Homeschool

Becky’s conference workshops are titled: The Traditional Homeschooler’s Guide to Unschooling and A Grown Unschooler’s Account of Unschooling

Richies’s Super Power: Looking on the Brighter Side and Remembering all the Reasons to Smile

Richie Soares is the owner and creator of Homeschool & Humor, a place where moms can get together in unity to support each other in this fun homeschooling lifestyle. She’s a mom of 2 middle schoolers and 1 tornado toddler. They often travel and homeschool to coastal cities around the USA about 50% of the year. When she’s not homeschooling, Richie’s working on her blog or connecting with other moms inside the ever-growing Homeschool & Humor Tribe! You can find her at her website at Homeschool & Humor, in the Homeschool & Humor Tribe Facebook Group, and on most social channels: Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter, and YouTube.

Richie’s conference workshops are titled: Make Your Strengths & Weaknesses Work for You in Your Homeschool and How To Create A Unit Study For Any Subject

Meghann’s Super Power:

Meghann Dibrell is a mom of three, proud lefty, and unexpected country dweller who lives on 7 acres outside of San Antonio. She enjoys spending time in nature and working in the kitchen. Meghann is the creator of Rooted Childhood, a resource to inspire families with young children to create and connect through meaningful, seasonally inspired activities. She can be found online at

Meghann‘s conference workshop is titled: Hands-On Learning with the Charlotte Mason method

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: Training Character for Greatness: Manners & Etiquette

Amber’s Super Power: Empathy and an Open Heart

Amber Smith lives in Southern Iowa with her chef husband of 25 years and their eleven wild children. Her desire to help homeschool parents avoid burnout, build their best life, with strong relationships, led her to start blogging at 200 Fingers & Toes. There you can find the latest articles, product reviews, new In Due Season Homeschool Podcast episodes and more.

As a second generation homeschool grad with a public school background she understands the many transitions parents are experiencing right now. She helps parents create their own personal plan for their families goals and needs. As a freelance writer, she has reviewed and contributed to popular homeschool blogs and magazines such as; TOS, Timberdoole and Sonlight, by sharing the tips and tools she has used in her homeschool over the last eighteen years. As a speaker, Amber offers practical experience to equip you to keep your goals, dream bigger and build relationships that are vibrant and active.

Amber‘s conference workshops are titled: Creating Accountability for You as the Homeschool Leader: Creating and Maintaining Your Teaching Binder and Don’t Miss the Mark! How to Keep Family Relationships a Priority in Your Homeschool

Suzanne’s Super Power: Making Spanish Learning Fun and Easy for the Whole Family

Señora Gose’s family loves living on their small 15 acre farm in Central Texas with their goats, turkeys, chickens, ducks, and rabbits. She thoroughly enjoys teaching weekly Spanish classes, supporting homeschool endeavors of the community in any way possible, and striving to keep a happy, well-organized home. They have five children ages 13 to 19, and have been homeschooling them since birth.

A certified Texas Public School Teacher who thrived on teaching in the public school system, Señora Gose and her husband of 23 years began their family and she stayed home with that first born baby. She missed teaching so much, she reached out to the local homeschool community to tutor or host a small Spanish class. After that initial email, she received 42 replies the very next morning! So for 19 years now, she has been teaching Spanish and public speaking to homeschool students weekly in a classroom setting, most recently at the Community Homeschool Center she helped to found in Bryan, Texas.

Flip Flop Spanish, Spanish Geniuses, and her book The Key to Learning Anything were born out of those 20+ years of teaching thousands of students; helping hundreds of families.

Suzanne‘s conference workshops are titled: Nuts and Bolts of Charlotte Mason w/ Foreign Language and Getting Started with Foreign Language

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 heroic wife, Robin, have homeschooled their seven children and are now proud grandparents of fourteen, making their home in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Listen to a radio interview (by Tulsa Beacon) with Andrew Pudewa here.
Download the IEW Recommended Reading List.
To find out when and where Andrew will be speaking, click here.
Ever wonder how Andrew’s last name (Pudewa) is pronounced? Take a listen here.

Andrew’s conference workshops are titled: Cultivating Language Talents: From Preschool through High School and Culture, Curriculum, and Care: Building Community in a Time of Need

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: Classical Education for the Average Student and The Hidden Gift of Homeschooling with Chronic Illness`

Justina’s Super Power: Music, encouragement

Justina of Jus’ Classical is a musician, video and course creator, and writer. 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 blessed wife and a crazy and busy homeschooling mom of three. At Jus’ Classical, she seeks 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 courses can be found at

Justina‘s conference workshops are titled: The Power and Purpose of a Classical Christian Education and 10 Reasons to Study Music Appreciation

Betsy’s Super Power: Homeschooling Your Teen, without the Overwhelm

Betsy Sproger is BJ’s Homeschool’s founder and writer/consultant. Betsy loves to encourage and equip parents who are homeschooling high school or thinking about it. Her creative and inspiring workshops encourage parents to consider homeschooling their teens, while quelling the overwhelm. She shares the how to’s for high school in a very approachable way.

The Sprogers make their home in the Pacific Northwest. They homeschooled for 14 years, graduating their daughter in 2014. Betsy then helped her get into all of the colleges that she applied to, including a Tier 1 University. She shares all those tips in her book, Homeschooling High School with College in Mind.

Betsy thrives on hiking, gardening, quilting, and exploring the West coast with her camera in hand. Betsy is a member of iHomeschool Network, and has written many homeschool curriculum reviews for The Curriculum Choice. She shares her tried and true tips on high school and getting into college as a homeschooler freely in her book and kindle.

Betsy can be reached at BJ’s Homeschool, and shares on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest, plus she hosts the Facebook Group, Homeschooling Through High School.

Betsy‘s conference workshop is titled: How to Homeschool High School – without overwhelm –

Christine’s Super Power: Finding the Perfect Picture Book to Go Along with Every Lesson

Christine Zell is a homeschooling mom to four, wife to her high school sweetheart, and author of the Rabbit Trails Homeschool Curriculum. She believes homeschooling adventures can happen anywhere: within a book you get lost in while in your school room, while gathered on the couch, or out on a grand roadschooling trip. Christine has embraced the relaxed atmosphere that has developed as she has learned to let go of the small things, enjoy her children, and help them create a love of learning. She enjoys encouraging other families in their homeschool journeys, both through her blog and her local homeschool community.

Come experience this bit of life with her over on her blog or connect with her on social media!


Christine‘s conference workshops are titled: Homeschooling Multiple Kids With Ease and Charlotte Mason Homeschooling… With a Twist!

Estie’s Super Power:

Estie Alessandrini is a mom of two lively kids, and an experienced physician and medical researcher. She has a keen interest in understanding how the brain works and how to use this knowledge to best help others learn with confidence. As a brain health expert, she focuses mainly on knowledge growth and how to effectively regulate this progression using advanced learning strategies. While also tapping into key underpinnings of brain science to help learners thrive in brain health and gain the know-how to create an optimal learning environment. She developed The CLEVER Learning Method based on up-to-date medical research, centered on the neurology and psychology of learning. Estie’s goal is to empower as many children as possible with the super skill of knowing how to learn best. And to support enthusiastic educators in doing the same.

Estie‘s conference workshops are titled: The CLEVER way the Learning Brain Works and An Optimal Learning Environment based on Brain Science

Gena’s Super Power: Making Music Easy for every Homeschool Mom to Include in her Homeschool

Gena Mayo is a homeschooling mom of 8 who has been teaching music in various forms for over 25 years. She has a Bachelors degree in Music Education and a Masters degree in Vocal Pedagogy (teaching voice lessons). It has been her joy to teach elementary and junior high choir, high school voice classes, private voice lessons for teens through adults, early childhood music and movement classes (babies through preschool), elementary general music, music appreciation for elementary through high school, and to serve as musical director for stage musicals. Gena blogs about homeschooling, family, fashion, and more at I Choose Joy!, shares resources and reviews for including music in your homeschool at Music in Our Homeschool, and provides easy-to-use, click-and-go online courses for all ages at

Gena‘s conference workshop is titled: How to Teach Your Kids to Sing

Katie’s Super Power: Resourcefulness…Pulling From a Variety of Resources to Create Amazing Educational Opportunities

Katie Wolfe is the mom of one son who has been homeschooled since the beginning and recently completed Ninth Grade. Katie has an MAEd and taught in the classroom for a decade prior to becoming a mom. She loved teaching in the classroom and loved momming even more, so when her son got to be school-aged, homeschooling seemed like a natural fit for their little family! Katie has always used an eclectic approach to homeschooling and loves to pull from various resources, styles and methods to educate her son. She also enjoys creating printable resources and Unit Studies and shares her experience and resources with other homeschool moms at The WOLFe Pack. She sends a weekly newsletter, The WOLFe Pack Weekly, which includes game reviews, educational resources and practical suggestions for every reader. She also runs Lone WOLFe Homeschooling, a FaceBook group for homeschool moms with only children. She lives in Kansas with her husband, son, mini Aussie and bearded dragon.

Katie‘s conference workshops are titled: How and Why to Use an Eclectic Approach to Homeschooling and You Can Successfully Homeschool an Only Child

Linda’s Super Power: World History Story Teller

Linda Lacour Hobar, author of The Mystery of History, is a passionate follower of Christ, a genuine people-person, and a fan of comfortable high-heels. Through homeschooling and missionary service, she discovered a deep love for world history and a clear call to write. In its 21st year of worldwide circulation, The Mystery of History has been well received by all ages for its warmth and readability. A native-born Texan, Linda holds a Bachelor’s degree from Baylor University, where she first fell in love with world history. She resides in Tennessee where she continues to obsess over matters big and small.

Linda‘s conference workshops are titled: When Bible History and World History Meet Face to Face and To Grade or Not to Grade?

Meredith’s Super Power: Joyful Homeschooling for the Glory of God

Meredith Curtis, pastor’s wife, homeschooling mom of five amazing children, and grandmother to 5, loves Jesus, leads worship, homeschools, writes, mentors ladies, and sometimes even cooks dinner! She believes that all of life is a grand adventure with so much to learn and discover about Jesus. She is the author of Travel God’s World Geography, HIS Story of the 20th Century, Americana Newspaper Reporting, and God’s Girls 105: Homemaking, and more! Meredith wants to encourage families to be joyful and successful in their homeschooling adventure all the way to graduation. Visit Meredith at, Facebook, Finish Well Podcast, Pinterest, and Instagram.

Meredith‘s conference workshops are titled: Your Children Can Be Super-Hero Readers and Teach History the Fun Way with Time Travel

Michelle’s Super Power: Helping Moms Feel Confident in Homeschooling their Teens

Michelle Osborn is the owner and founder of Yellow House Book Rental, specializing in providing homeschool curriculum for rent or purchase, as well as coaching and guidance for homeschool families. She is a wife of 31 years, a 22-year homeschool veteran, mom of four amazing children, and grandma to five! Three of her children are now successful entrepreneurs. Michelle’s passions include serving by leading worship at her church and encouraging homeschool moms through one on one, social media and speaking engagements. She has found her niche in helping parents homeschooling their teens through the high school years and on to pursue their dreams. @HomeschoolingTeensSuccessfully

Michelle‘s conference workshop is titled: What Do Homeschoolers Look Like?

Gabi’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.

Gabi Angelina helps mothers create revenue for their families by teaching them how to cultivate their skills, talents, and giftings and turn them into profitable digital business products–all while staying home with their children. A former elementary school principal turned homeschooling mother and business CEO, Gabi frequently speaks at homeschool conferences on the harvest of home, family, and business for women. You can find Gabi serving mothers as a group coach and a digital launch strategist at or connect with her on Instagram

Gabi’s conference workshop is titled: The Cultivated Morning: Filling the Heartbeat of the Home

Jennifer’s Super Power: Making Margin–Finding Rest in Homeschooling!

Jen Merckling is a former elementary teacher turned 18 year-veteran homeschool mom of 6 kids! She has 3 young adults in college, a fourth grader, and 7-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 dishes and piles laundry–you can find her blogging about homeschool life and developing homeschool curriculum, at Follow her on Pinterest, Instagram, and Facebook!

Jennifer‘s conference workshops are titled: 7 Keys for Homeschooling High School and It All Boils Down to This…Consistency & Margin

Tal’s Super Power: Educating a Large Family

Hello everybody! I’m Tal Hoover and I’m a wife and mother of 7 children. We live in the Bluegrass state of Kentucky in the United States.

We are in our 15th year of homeschooling and life couldn’t be more blissful. We are a Christian family and feel that God has truly led us down this path. We began homeschooling in 2004 and it was one of the best decisions that we’ve ever made. Our oldest is now in college and had no trouble getting admitted to her school. ​

I have a artisan cookie company, create and sell curriculum and resources, teaches courses online to children and adults, ESL teaching, and currently in the process of starting my business coaching and consulting agency. I’ll be assisting moms and motivating them to start their own businesses. We have so many talents and gifts in addition to being moms!

Tal’s conference workshops are titled: Fast Track Homeschooling and Large Family Homeschooling

Abby’s Super Power: Simplifying the Complex

Abby Banks is a former classroom teacher, now homeschool mom of five and pastor’s wife. On her blog at and the Homeschool with Moxie Podcast you will find actionable strategies that take you from overwhelmed to confident in your homeschool adventure. You can find Abby’s entrepreneurial courses for teens and Inductive Bible study courses at

Abby’s conference workshops are titled: I Don’t Use Printables: Here’s Why & 10 Strategies To Try Instead and Why Our Homeschool Bible Time Can’t Stay in the Shallow End

Allison’s Super Power:

Allison Dillard is a math professor, author of Crush Math Now and The Love Math Journal, and host of the Allison Loves Math Podcast. Her mission is to help students love, value, and succeed in math. You can find her at

Allison’s conference workshops are titled: How to Help Your Child Build Confidence in and Enjoy Math and Teaching Math with Growth Mindset

Amber’s Super Power:

Amber Stephens has been homeschooling for 19 years, has 6 kids and has been married to her military husband for 23 years. She doesn’t like the Pinterest-perfect, Instagram-curated messages out there surrounding homeschooling and motherhood. Instead, she wants to encourage and help homeschoolers live their imperfect dreams. Amber blogs at Live, Life, Homeschool where she teaches women how to balance their lives so they can reach those dreams, no matter what they are. As a homesteader, she also writes about living off of the land and teaches homeschoolers how do achieve their homesteading goals. Amber also enjoys running, cooking, writing, coffee and anything introverted. She lives on a farm in Nebraska with her husband, two children still at home, and many animals

You can follow Amber on Facebook, Tiktok and Instagram or join The Homeschool Mom Academy Facebook Group

Amber’s conference workshop is titled: Thinking outside the box with your child’s education to best prepare them for life

Cindy’s Super Power:

Cindy West is passionate about homeschooling joyfully and loves to share practical, creative strategies to tackle things that so often steal joy in day-to-day homeschooling. She is also known as Mrs. Cindy of No Sweat Nature Study LIVE, a membership where children can enjoy interactive, online science classes through the lens of nature study. Visit Our Journey Westward to find more than a decade’s worth of blog posts, creative curriculum, and helpful homeschooling tools.

You can follow Cindy on Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram

Cindy’s conference workshop is titled: Using nature study as a robust part of your science plan no matter your homeschooling style

Cynthia’s Super Power: Teaching Gifted and Out of the Box Kids

She and her 3 kids find learning is more fun when they embrace their quirks and think outside the box. She began homeschooling 9 years ago because she thought it would be fun to learn together with her kids, instead she discovered it gave her the ultimate flexibility to accommodate each of her children’s different learning challenges while supporting their strengths.  In addition to homeschooling, they have 2 trampolines, 5 sizes of pencils, indoor and outdoor swings, a whole room full of LEGOs! Cynthia writes about life and homeschool with Out of the Box kids at

You can follow Cynthia on Facebook and Instagram

Cynthia’s conference workshops are titled: Homeschool Is The Perfect IEP For Your Out Of The Box Kid and Homeschooling The Gifted Child

Katie’s Super Power: Supercharging Faith & Strengthening Families

Katie Trent is a popular author, speaker, and homeschool mama of two. She’s also a Pinterest drop-out with a messy house and happy kids—most of the time. After spending years helping others improve their lives through counseling and ministry, Katie realized the most fulfilling (and challenging) work she would ever do actually happens within her own home. Her new book Dishing Up Devotions: 36 Faith-Building Activities for Homeschooling Families is now available for preorder. Find more resources to grow your faith, strengthen your family, and simplify your homeschool at

Katie’s conference workshops are titled: Three Questions to Ask Yourself Before the New Homeschool Year and Fun, Faith-Building Activities for the Family

Kimberly’s Super Power: Helping Parents Think outside of the Box and Enjoy Homeschooling with their Kids

Kimberly Charron is a creative, homeschooling, geek mom of two, who believes in out of the box thinking and doing what you love. She has been serving the homeschool community by providing homeschool information, support, and coaching through since 2008. Since she especially loved sharing her family’s Geek Schooling adventures, she started in 2016.

You can follow Kimberly on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest

Kimberly’s conference workshop is titled: Geek Schooling: Enjoy Fun Delight Directed Learning at Home

Lesa’s Super Power: Power of Being Tenacious and Stubborn when Needed

Lesa Rumbalski: I am Misfit Mama Bear and a homeschooling mom of many hats. Our family has been homeschooling for almost 13 years, and on my blog, I share about homeschooling, chronic health issues, mental illness, family, and quirky fashion.
The term misfit sort of just stuck over the years because I never quite fit into any one place. Instead, I have focused on building a community of people from all walks of life. My goal is to help people find homeschool and parenting resources that fit their needs. I also strive to share personal stories about some of the issues in which I have struggled in hopes that others know they aren’t alone.

You can also connect with Lesa on InstagramFacebookPinterest, and The Misfit Mama Bear’s Home for Misfit Parents group!

Lesa’s conference workshops are titled: How to find the right curriculum for your homeschool family and How to homeschool with a chronic illness or a stressful life event

Nike’s Super Power: Holistic Education

Nike Anderson is a mommy blogger at The Homeschool Genius, where she shares her passion for all things homeschool and education. She is the owner of Nike Anderson’s Classroom, a virtual shop for educational resources, and has been featured in local news outlets advocating homeschool. Nike has a Masters in Educational Leadership and resides in Middle Georgia with her husband and two sons

Nike’s conference workshops is titled: Incorporating Whole Child Learning into Your Homeschool

Sarah’s Super Power: Helping Parents get Started Homeschooling with Confidence

Sarah Miller is a homeschool mom of two amazing kids. She is also a teacher with a degree in education and over a decade of experience teaching kids in preschool through high school. Her passion is to help homeschool parents get started homeschooling with confidence. She is the founder of Homeschooling 4 Him, where she shares tips and tricks to make homeschooling simple and fun.

You can also connect with Sarah on Pinterest, Facebook, and Instagram.

Sarah’s conference workshops are titled: Super Flexibility: How to Follow Your Preschooler’s Lead Instead of the Curriculum (While Still Learning) and Secret Identity: How to Turn Any Boring Math Lesson into a Fun Hands-On Activity that Your Child Will Love

Tauna’s Super Power: Prayer & Realistic Expectations

Tauna Meyer is the founder of, and a homeschooling mom of six who speaks to women with encouragement that is relatable and tools that work in real life. She has a passion for helping moms overcome the hurdles that keep them from homeschooling successfully, all while pointing themselves and their children to Christ. Connect with Tauna in her Homeschool Successfully Facebook group.

Tauna’s conference workshop is titled: Teaching Christ-Centered Character in Your Homeschool

Amy’s Super Power: Managing the Masses

Amy Roberts of is a Christ-follower, devoted wife, homeschooling mother of 10, blogger, podcaster, conference speaker, and author. With practical and encouraging advice, Amy helps moms manage their large family homes and homeschools

Amy’s conference workshop is titled: Crash Course Guide to Homeschooling a Large Family

Penny’s Super Power: Encouraging autism families

This image has an empty alt attribute; its file name is penny-superhero-transparent-853x1024.png

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

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.