Embracing Change!
#LeadTheWay! #Create #Innovate #Transform

April 27-28, 2018

What is CHEC?

The BC Christian Home Education Convention is one of the largest home education conferences in western Canada. We believe that parents have a God given responsibility in the education of their children. Our desire is to support Christ-centered home education by providing this event which brings together homeschooling families with resource-providers, speakers, and supportive networking options for two days of inspiration, encouragement and challenge.

Our theme for 2018 is CHANGE! In the education world, there have been a lot of changes: BC’s new curriculum, the new Graduation program and the move toward project-based and inquiry based learning, to name a few! Home educators have been leading the way in education for years, using many of these “new” ideas daily! Flexibility with curriculum and teaching methods is one of the hallmarks of Home Education. Change is Biblical! As Christians, God calls us to change, to become more like him:

Romans 12:2 — Do not conform to the pattern of this world, but be transformed by the renewing of your mind.

So come and be encouraged at this year’s convention! Join the excitement and embrace change!

Keynote Speakers – Zan and Joe Tyler

Zan Tyler loves speaking into the lives of homeschool parents. Having raised and homeschooled three of their own children, Zan and Joe Tyler have made home schooling their life work. For the past 35 years they have written books, fought for homeschool legislation and encouraged families in the homeschool movement.

Zan and Joe will take you beyond the demands of everyday life to embrace a wondrous, life-giving vision of family life, in which you and your spouse can build into the lives of your children. And grow miraculously in the process yourself.

You will learn new ways to improve your family life as you embrace homeschooling and the blessings this life brings. Let Zan help you as you bring education home.

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