Steve and Teri Maxwell offer encouragement to homeschooling families

This workshop is open to all families, but is especially being promoted to the homeschooling community. Positive family relationships are critical to enhancing the learning abilities for all children, and those who are home educating have “around-the-clock” opportunities to be with their children.

Steve and Teri Maxwell, from Leavenworth, Kansas, will engage families with their practical wisdom gleaned from their 25 years of homeschooling their eight children.

The Christ Led Family

This event is free and very child friendly. There will be a love offering box. There will be several sessions for young children and young adults as well. There is also a playground at the church to help little ones who need some time outside. There is NO childcare provided.

Date: January 15-16, 2010
     Jan. 15: 7-9:00pm
    Jan. 16: 9:30 AM-3:30 PM
Location: Christ Community Church
    7801 E. Kenyon Drive Tucson, AZ 85710
Pre-Registration is now being accepted, please contact Katheryn Foudray at foudray5@msn.com, or 520-579-9779.

Please leave the following information:
how many adults, children, and phone number.

Do you feel like you are running on a treadmill? Do you want to have sweet relationships with your children as they are growing up and not experience the heartache of rebellion and immorality? Do your children have greater purpose in life than just to have fun? Be challenged and find ways that God can set your family on a journey of spiritual unity, purpose, and direction.

For more information please visit www.titus2.com.

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