Do we see you at a homeschool convention this year?

Stacy was a featured speaker at several homeschool conventions this past year. It was a delight to meet so many homeschoolers using our resources!

Here’s a list of our recent events:

Here’s a detailed description of some of Stacy’s workshops:


Don’t Eat That Frog!: A Liberating Look at Time Management Strategies—Homeschool Mom’s Edition

You care about how you invest your time. You’re trying hard to maximize your potential. Some days you feel like a “rock star.” Other days…not so much.

Too often, you simply feel exhausted. So many people depend on you. Life’s demands are relentless. There’s no time to rest. Despite your best efforts, your “to do” list grows faster than you can possibly cross things off.

Life feels crazy and chaotic…like things are spinning out of control.

But you’re not content with the chaos. You’re reaching for something better….

Come learn five time management strategies that can help you escape the chaos and make the most of your days!

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Essential Skills for a Changing World Workshop

Philosophy Adventure: Essential Skills for a Changing World

The world is changing. Now more than ever, we want to equip our students to be critical thinkers and effective communicators—especially since Christians are called to

“…destroy arguments and every lofty opinion raised against the knowledge of God, and take every thought captive to obey Christ” (2 Corinthians 10:5).

To do so, we must first be awakened to the ungodly messages assaulting us…and learn how to counter those messages with Truth.

Come learn how we can teach our children to write skillfully, think critically, and speak articulately as they engage with the world of ideas.

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Creative Freewriting Adventure: Bring Joy and Excitement to Your Student’s Writing!

Learn how you can inspire your students to think critically and biblically—and develop essential writing skills—using methods that help unleash their creativity.

Even students who considered themselves “non-writers” have produced surprisingly creative work using these techniques.

Join Stacy Farrell as she shares ideas on how to bring joy and excitement into your student’s writing.