The Homeschool Curriculum Summit 2.0 will bring you expert guidance from 25+ top speakers who will give you an inside look into the heart of curriculum packages — and then help you navigate which ones fit your family best and how to use the right tools to make it happen.
In 1982, Neil and Mary Craig began homeschooling their five children and discipled them into their adulthood. Neil and Mary are reaping the benefits of homeschooling as each of their children loves the Lord and is serving Him. They have eighteen grandchildren.
Tim Roth and his wife, Ruth, began their homeschooling journey in 1987 and are the grateful parents of seven sons and two daughters, ranging from high school age to married adults. They are also enjoying the addition of several grandchildren to their family.
Luke and Lisa both come from families who made the decision in the 80’s to homeschool their children and because of that they were both homeschooled through high school graduation. The two of them were childhood friends and have been married now for fourteen years.
Tim and Gina Booy delight in raising, discipling and home educating their 4 children who range in age from elementary school to young adults. As a family, they purpose to live by their life verse, Psalms 34:3 “O, magnify the Lord with me, and let us exalt His name together!”
Jason and Masha met in Moscow, Russia while serving together in a homeschool based ministry. After returning to Washington and starting a family, their homeschooling journey began, but it was not until their first Christian Heritage conference that they caught the vision of family discipleship.