Category: homeschool

May 13

Great Homeschool Convention – Cincinnati – Apologetics Curriculum Recap

Great Homeschool Convention – Cincinnati After an eight hour drive, I arrived at the Millennium Hotel in downtown Cincinnati. It was very convenient due to a walkway that goes directly to the Energy Center next door. This is the home venue for Great Homeschool and the largest of the year with about 4,000 attendees. Although …

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Apr 01

Creation Apologetics and Homeschool Convention Report

Creation and other religions Would you like your young students to know how to defend Christianity with some of the simplest yet most powerful evidential responses? Here are a couple examples from a March Sunday School class with my fifth graders. We had a full class of 18 students. Several were new so when I …

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Apr 05

Homeschool Apologetics Energy

By Tom Griffin Recently I attended the Great Homeschool Southeast Convention in Greenville, South Carolina. Some 2000 homeschool teachers attended to search and review homeschool curriculum material and to listen to speaker workshops pertinent to homeschool teacher issues. It was gratifying and somewhat surprising how many stopped by my exhibitor booth to say they had …

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