We are a home-educating family that dedicated to creating engaging resources to help your family cultivate and defend a biblical worldview.
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“Engaging” is the key.
It is so much easier to teach when the resources used capture your students’ attention and ignite their love of learning.
Because we are educating our teen-age sons, we empathize with the struggles you face as a home educator. We know how it feels to be humbled and overwhelmed by the magnitude of options available.
This truly is the Age of Information—with an increase in knowledge so expansive it can drown us. But we believe it is critical for students to be equipped to understand these changing times.
To that end, we offer engaging resources that demystify what can often be intimidating subjects. Students learn how to write skillfully, think critically, and speak articulately as they explore the world of ideas!
Our resources have been endorsed by some of our favorite Christian authors:
Nancy Pearcey, Linda Hobar, Cathy Duffy, Heidi St. John, Christy Jordan, Israel Wayne, Gena Suarez, Michael Phillips, James Stobaugh, Terri Johnson, Sharon Watson, Hal & Melanie Young, and more!
ABOUT STACY FARRELL
Stacy Farrell’s worldview changed when she embarked on her homeschooling adventure in 2002.
Her background as a consultant and writer well-prepared her to teach communication skills. However, only hands-on experience (and much time spent on her knees) equipped her to mentor her sons through the character-transformation required to help them work toward their full potential.
Stacy has spoken at a variety of homeschool conferences. She has published articles in leading Christian and homeschool magazines. Prior to homeschooling, she wrote a broad range of material for corporate, Christian, and and non-profit clients. She also managed a law firm that specialized in civil rights litigation and constitutional law. Today, she loves to help empower students to recover territory lost by “fuzzy thinking” and low expectations.
Although Stacy loves to write, speak, and teach, she considers her role as wife to Roger and mother to two precious sons to be her greatest work and privilege.