Live Stream of the Christian Heritage Homeschooling Conference!

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This week, I’ll be speaking at the Family Discipleship & Homeschooling Conference in Redmond, Washington (near Seattle)—and now you can live stream the event right to your living room, office, etc.

This excellent conference features speakers like Israel Wayne (director of Family Renewal), Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. (chairman and teacher of Highlands Ministries), Kelly Crawford (founder of GenerationCedar.com), Dr. Marshall Foster (president of the World History Institute), Scott Brown (director of the National Center for Family Integrated Churches), and others. Here’s how the homeschool conference is described on the Christian Heritage site:

At the 2014 Family Discipleship and Homeschooling Conference you’ll find something for every member of your family:

Fathers will be called to loving, servant leadership and faithful discipleship in the home by looking to their heavenly Father for the perfect example of fatherhood they never had.

Mothers will be encouraged with a fresh perspective on the big-picture “why” behind the daily routine of motherhood, as well as practical tips for keeping the “homeschool routine” from turning into the “homeschooling rat-race.”

Young adults and children will be equipped to assume the responsibilities of biblical manhood and womanhood RIGHT NOW and prepared to engage the culture for Christ with a biblical view of history, science and defending the faith.

Through the lineup of dynamic speakers, dozens of practical workshops and interactive panel discussions, a packed vendor hall, and the opportunity for one-on-one encouragement, you will be equipped to fulfill your greatest calling in life: making disciples of Jesus Christ – one child at a time.

The live stream starts Friday, April 25, at 9 AM PST. The cost is just $29.95, and it includes one month of access to the talks online.

I urge you not to miss this exciting conference! Sign up for and access the live stream at www.LiveHomeschoolConference.com.

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,

Ken