Posted on Jun 8 2010 in Convention by
June 10-12, 2010, Greater Richmond Convention Center, Richmond, Virginia
- Learn how to start homeschooling: Free how-to-begin-homeschooling workshops will be held on Thursday, and parents of preschoolers who are first-time convention participants may attend the convention for FREE!
- Be equipped to affect the culture for Christ with Focus on the Family’s The Truth Project: This special three-hour training session at the convention will equip you to live out a Christian worldview in everyday life.
- Be inspired by nationally known speakers: Come hear Michael Farris, chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association; Ken Ham, president/CEO and founder of Answers in Genesis-U.S.; Dr. S.M. Davis; Cynthia Tobias; and many others. Learn about the legal threat to parental rights, and about why so many youth are abandoning the faith.
- Find used curriculum at bargain prices: The Used Curriculum Sale offers thousands of pre-owned educational resources at discount prices, with opportunities to buy and sell.
- Save on shipping: Get the resources you need from the Exhibit Hall where you’ll find more than 310 booths of every type of curriculum and educational resource imaginable, from textbooks to unit studies to educational games to science experiments!
- Obtain the information you need from more than 125 workshops: Topics include education, homeschooling, business, childrearing, time and home management, parenting, and more.
- Change the life of your family: Be inspired not only in homeschooling, but also in your marriage, in parenting, in networking, in your business or work, and in your spiritual life. Get a vision of life done in a way that honors God, prioritizes family, and prepares children for their future.
The Virginia Homeschool Convention, presented by the Home Educators Association of Virginia, is one of the largest homeschool conventions in the nation. Come and be challenged, encouraged, inspired, and equipped to make a lasting difference in your family. Don’t miss out! See www.heav.org/convention for details.