TEACH CT - The Education Association of Christian Homeschoolers

Leader's Luncheon

 

A time for Christian leaders to come together to be encouraged, refreshed, refocused on the vision, and recharged with new energy and ideas.

                          



This year’s theme will encompass, “Remembering the Why”, and how to walk in “Fearless Leadership”, shared from the hearts of veteran homeschool leaders with more than 30 years experience. We will also discuss the challenges and triumphs of leadership today, from the unique vantage point of second generation homeschoolers and through an interactive format that includes all of YOU!  You won’t want to miss this - Saturday, April 13, 2019, 10:00 am to 2:00 pm (registration deadline is 4/03/19).

**Registration for the Leader’s Luncheon has closed.**

This is an invitation-only event for those involved in Connecticut Christian home education leadership (leaders, co-leaders or those being groomed for leadership), including any groups listed on our webpage. If you have received an invitation and are interested in attending, please complete the payment form below.  If you have not received an invitation but are interested in learning more, or know of a leader who could benefit from attending, please contact us at .

Please take a moment to join our TEACH CT Leaders and TEACH CT Homeschoolers Facebook groups if you have not already - it’s a great way to build community!
 

OUR FEATURED SPEAKER

Anne Miller, Executive
Director Home Educators 
Association of Virginia

Anne Miller has a heart to encourage others in their leadership journeys and has been serving on the Home Educators Association of Virginia (HEAV) board for 29 years. She has been the President for the past 23 years and is currently the Executive Director (7 years). She directed HEAV’s publications and marketing for 21 years and also served on the advisory council for the National Alliance of Christian Home Education Leadership. Anne and her husband, Jeff, decided to homeschool in 1980, and their 8 always-homeschooled children (7 of whom are now married) are entrepreneurs, NASA rocket scientists, teachers, business owners, builders, and engineers. Anne and Jeff are enjoying their 14 (soon-to-be 16) grandchildren and living the HGTV dream remodeling two houses in Williamsburg.

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