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Why I'm Glad I Homeschooled Through High School (free Thursday evening session at the Hilton Garden)
Marilyn Boyer is no stranger to the joys and challenges of raising teenagers. With ten sons and daughters now having graduated from high school at home, Marilyn shares why she taught them herself from kindergarten through the high school years and why she wouldn't consider doing it any other way.Homeschooling - The Catalyst for Revival (free Thursday evening session at the Hilton Garden)
Why I'm Glad I Homeschooled Through High School [41kB PDF]
God has raised up the homeschooling movement "for such a time as this." God has moved miraculously to protect our freedom to teach our own children, even while many other freedoms are being eroded. Come hear Marilyn Boyer, one of the pioneers of the homeschooling movement as she shares her story of why she began homeschooling in 1980 and why she believes God has big plans for the sons and daughters growing up in your home. Hearts of the fathers are turning to the children and hearts of the children to the fathers! The hope that God's curse can be forestalled and His blessing rest once again on America lies in the godly training of the next generation!A Legacy of Greatness: Inspiring Your Kids to Become Today's Heroes
The true stories of heroic people have always inspired boys and girls to dream big dreams and strive to be all they can be. American children are especially blessed with a cultural heritage that includes a long list of heroes. The teaching of history is often neglected in modern schooling and our failure to appreciate our heritage has undermined the freedoms for which our founding fathers sacrificed so much. More than ever before, it is crucial that you arm your children with the exciting and inspiring truth about the men who made America a "city on a hill" for the rest of the world. The courage, brilliance and self-sacrifice of those who pledged their lives, their fortunes, and their sacred honor are still powerful examples to young people today, challenging them to greatness and showing them why they must reclaim the "sweet land of liberty" that is our American heritage before it is too late!Gotta Love Those Preschoolers
Come and listen as historical writer Marilyn Boyer, author of For You They Signed, points the way back to the principles that made America great. Teach your children to put God first in their lives and reclaim our country's future by embracing the glory of her past!
Marilyn Boyer has taught all fourteen of her children at home, so she has plenty of experience with any age group you can name. But her very favorite age to teach is those eager, curious, exciting, challenging munchkins we call preschoolers. This, Marilyn says is the time when we lay the foundation for greatness by pouring love and acceptance all over them—instead of treating them like a nuisance. Preschoolers aren’t just little interruptions to be kept "occupied" while older siblings study. This season in a child’s life is the time to tap into his huge potential by maximizing his natural love for learning and helping him to see that God is preparing him for a lifetime of important service. Come and learn from Marilyn how to make the most of this brief but exciting time.Learning to Delight in Your Children
Gotta Love Those Preschoolers [167kB PDF]
If you sometimes feel like homeschooling is drudgery, you can bet your kids feel the same way! It's such a temptation to stress over teaching predicate nominatives or the steps of division that we forget to delight in our children and make time to enjoy being with them. In this session, Marilyn shares how she and Rick have found this to actually be the key to instilling values that stick and building in them a heart for things of the Lord.The People You Want Them To Be
Learning to Delight in Your Children [67kB PDF]
The most important part of an education is the teaching of worthy character. Otherwise, we are only training more competent rebels! We sometimes fail to recognize that annoying traits such as whining, arguing, disobedience and tattling are not so much behavior issues as character needs. Character is the key that opens the door to successful adult living. It is the first thing that wise people examine when evaluating a prospective employee, spouse or friend. That’s why character is the most important subject you will ever teach your children! Come hear Marilyn Boyer, mother of 14 homeschooled kids and learn as she shares how to intentionally teach this most important of all subjects!
The People You Want Them To Be [236kB PDF]
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