From teaching phonics to graduating teens, refereeing fights to nurturing faith - and oh yes, making dinner, too! - our lives as homeschooling parents run the gamut from the very mundane to the very meaningful. In the midst of the mind-boggling demands of homeschooling and everyday life, we constantly need to remind ourselves that our work as homeschooling moms and dads has tremendous eternal significance in building God’s kingdom. Come be inspired as Joe and Zan share from the lessons of history and God’s Word and catch a glimpse of how God is using your family right now (and thousands across the homeschool movement!) to usher in spiritual, educational, and family revival.
This event is free of charge and intended for ALL homeschoolers - new, seasoned or those considering. We will be serving snacks with substance for those who need to come straight from work, but please REGISTER HERE for our head count - thank you! Children are welcome, but child care will not be provided.
If you homeschool, or are even thinking about it, you don’t want to miss this evening!!
Please register by November 10. (Register below)
Groton Bible Chapel
66 Toll Gate Rd, Groton, CT 06340
For the past 35 years, Zan Tyler and her husband, Joe, have been actively involved in the American homeschool movement teaching and mentoring others. At their speaking engagements, they take their audiences beyond the demands of everyday life to embrace a wondrous, life-giving vision of family life. Audiences agree, “Zan and Joe are inspiring, engaging, funny, full of enthusiasm, encouraging, real, relatable, passionate, uplifting, empowering–authentic!”
Read more about Zan on her personal web page here: https://zantyler.com/
The town of Groton has issued an indoor mask mandate for all persons beginning August 23, 2021. Groton Bible Chapel has left compliance with this mandate to TEACH’s discretion.
Jesus provides the second greatest commandment in Mark 12:31 where He says, “You shall love your neighbor as yourself.” As an application of this command, we ask that you not attend if you, or members of your immediate household, have symptoms of or recent exposure to, any contagious illness. The church follows enhanced cleaning procedures between building uses and hand sanitizing stations will be made available throughout. Attendees who are more comfortable wearing a mask are welcome to do so.
As always, TEACH is committed to respecting the God-given authority of individuals to make personal and medical decisions that they believe are best for themselves or their family, and their right to keep their medical conditions and decisions private.