Thousands of Homeschooling Families to Attend Homeschool Convention

November 30, 2009 by  
Filed under Christian News

Thousands of homeschooling families from about 22 states will soon converge on the Duke Energy Center in Cincinnati, Ohio for an incredible time of fun, fellowship, instruction and encouragement at the MidWest Homeschool Convention.

This convention features over 200 of the very best Homeschool curriculum exhibitors in the nation. It also provides over 250 information packed homeschooling seminar and workshop sessions. Moreover, these seminar and workshop sessions are led by an unparalleled group of speakers, including Dr. Susan Wise Bauer, John Rosemond, Jessie Wise, Andrew Pudewa, Cathy Duffy, Doug Phillips, Rebecca Kochenderfer, Attorney David Gibbs, Douglas & Nancy Wilson, Amanda Bennett, Tim and Barb Cash, Catherine Levison, Leigh Bortins, Carol Barnier, Jim Weiss, Karen “Spunky Homeschool” Braun, Lee Binz, Dr. Stephen Guffanti, Dr. Jonathan Pennington, Attorney Christine Field, John Stonestreet, Dr. Jeff Myers, and more!!

“Previous attendees have remarked that the Cincinnati Homeschool Convention provides a combination of wide-ranging, relevant instruction and encouragement, lots of it, and extremely affordable registration pricing that is simply unheard of anywhere else in the country,” said Brennan Dean, Director.

This year’s convention also features an optional Children’s Program, as well as a sixteen-session Worldview Teen Track that is being led by John Stonestreet of Summit Ministries and Dr. Jeff Myers of Passing the Baton. And, as if that weren’t enough, on Friday evening, comedian Tim Hawkins will be performing.

Finally, each family attending this April 2010 convention will receive a free first-year membership in Homeschool Legal Advantage (HLA). This is a $65 value, free! HLA provides homeschool- related legal advice and even legal representation when necessary. Additionally, this first year membership includes a free Last Will and Testament – – for both Mom and Dad — drafted by an HLA attorney!

Add it all up, and you’ve got The Homeschool Event of the Year — with thousands of enthusiastic homeschooling families attending from all over the nation!

“Homeschoolers are as unique and diverse a group of people as you’ll find anywhere. As such, we have structured the convention in such a way that it is a veritable smorgasboard of homeschooling information and encouragement,” Dean remarked. “And, from that, each family can tailor their convention experience in a way that is most helpful and uniquely applicable to their own family.”

More information on the April 2010 homeschooling convention can be found at the MidWest Homeschool Convention in Cincinnati website

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