Heather Vogler is a busy homeschooling mom of two elementary aged boys and a preschool aged daughter. Her teaching method is primarily eclectic with a stong love for getting out in nature! Her family lives on a small piece of land in southwestern VA that they are trying to learn to live off of with small gardens, goats and chickens. Heather holds a BA in Christian Ministries and has a passion for writing and travel.
Tina Robertson just
survived celebrated the graduation of Mr. Senior 2013. Because of her love for new homeschoolers, she has been mentoring them through her unique program for a while now. She loves all homeschoolers though as she shares her free 7 Step Curriculum Planner, Free Lapbooks and homeschooling how to. She is still in the homeschool trenches blogging at Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus and you can find her too at Tinas Dynamic Homeschool and New Bee Homeschooler.
Sharon Jeffus, homeschool mom, is the co creator of the Visual Manna teaching method and author of over twenty books on art education. She is a graduate of John Brown University with a B.S.E. in art education. She studied art at Metropolitan in Denver and sculpting at Southern Illinois University, and since 1992 has been teaching art across the country at a variety of venues including homeschool conventions and homeschool support groups, and given presentations at ACSI conventions, Wonders of Wildlife Museum, Precious Moments, Azusa Pacific College and a variety of places nationwide.
Stacie is a wife, a mommy to six, and is blessed to call Jesus Christ her Savior. She spends her days homeschooling her children, with a tune on her lips. She loves the color purple, fall weather, the scent of a good fabric softener, and has a passion for a Christ-centered family. You can catch up with her at No Idle Bread, where she shares the pages of her life–the good and the no-so-great, the struggles and the victories—all to the glory of God.
Michele is a military wife of 21 years and mom to four kids, from 19 to 6 years old. She can be found at Family, Faith and Fridays blogging about family, homeschooling, modesty and life, with a few reviews thrown in for fun. When she’s not schooling or writing, you can find her with her nose in a book, studying up on that farm life she longs to live. With internet, of course!
My name is Belinda, and I’m married to Peter. We have four children: Joshua 20, Jessica 19, Naomi 16, Daniel 14. We live in the far north of Australia, which is still considered ‘outback’ Australia. We have been homeschooling for 16years, and it has truly become our way of life where we can strengthen our relationships with our kids and enable them to grow with the unique passions and abilities that they have been given. Though writing for my blog, newsletter and website take some of my creative time, I also love to scrapbook! Peter’s and my passion is to see God’s family – the church – built up and strengthened to walk our daily lives reflecting Jesus’ grace and truth.
Holly Giles has been making her trail in homeschooling for six years. She walks alongside her husband Curtis, of nineteen years and their two sons, seven and ten. Her family can be found in Florida’s great outdoors when the weather is good, either in a kayak or a river with a fishing pole. Holly loves to share her real life adventures of inspiration and frustration in her weekly posts to her blog, The Giles Frontier, and she is passionate about encouraging other moms to enjoy the journey, even when the trail is muddy!
Janice Campbell and her husband, Donald, homeschooled their four sons from preschool into college. She is author of the Excellence in Literature curriculum for grades 8-12, as well as Transcripts Made Easy, Get a Jump Start on College, and Evaluate Writing the Easy Way. Her website, Doing What Matters, offers articles and resources to educate, equip, and encourage homeschool parents.
Jennifer is a Christian homeschooling work-at-home mom of 5 children. When she’s not busy doing her web development and Internet Marketing work, she’s learning with her children, blogging on her two blogs and scheming new crafts to create. She loves the outdoors, and can easily get lost in a good book.
Kathy Kuhl helps parents teach children with challenges. After homeschooling her son with learning disabilities, she interviewed 64 parents homeschooling children with diagnosed learning disabilities to write Homeschooling Your Struggling Learner, the handbook for helping anyone help kids with challenges, including attention deficit, dyslexia, dysgraphia, autism, and giftedness. She also wrote Staying Sane as You Homeschool and Encouraging Your Child, magazine articles, and blogs at Learn Differently.
Kristy Howard is a pastor’s wife, second-generation homeschooling mom of five, and a passionate believer in friendship, coffee, and quiet time! Kristy writes about motherhood, ministry and life at KristysCottage.com.
Lee Binz is the owner of The HomeScholar, a homeschool consulting business. Her mission is helping parents homeschool high school. Lee and her husband Matt homeschooled their two sons from elementary through high school. Upon their graduation, both boys received four-year, full tuition scholarships from their first choice university. This enables Lee to pursue her dream job – encouraging parents to homeschool their children through high school.
Mindy Brouse blogs about faith, family, and finding grace. She can usually be found with a cup of chai latte in her hand, her six children somewhere near her, and the visions of a super read aloud dancing in her head. She has been homeschooling for more than fourteen years. Her goal is to encourage and equip mothers, wives, and homeschoolers to grow in grace in every area of their lives. Her family of eight live in the East Mountains of New Mexico, where she is trying to stay warm most of the year. Visit her at Grateful for Grace.
Merry homeschools two teens and is caregiver and wife to her husband who is disabled with Chronic Lyme Disease. She enjoys eclectic methods and literature-based curricula. Her hobbies include writing, tormenting her children with terrible puns, reading, going out for ice cream with friends, and occasional Nerf-gun wars. You can find her blogging at Hope Is My Anchor and Hope for Homeschool. Check out her book, Invisible Illness, Visible God, which has received positive reviews from Shelly Esser (Just Between Us Magazine) and Steve Demme (Math-U-See and Building Faith Families).
Tracey is a homeschooling mother of two boys, aged 12 and 10 years. She lives in Australia and has never sent her children to school…except to visit with their Daddy, her Dh. He is a school teacher (as she was too, before her children were born).
Tricia Goyer is a busy mom of six, grandmother of two, and wife to John. Somewhere around the hustle and bustle of family life, she manages to find the time to write fictional tales delighting and entertaining readers and non-fiction titles offering encouragement and hope. A bestselling author, Tricia has published thirty-three books to date and has written more than 500 articles. Learn more about Tricia at TriciaGoyer.com.