“So he shepherded them according to the integrity of his heart,
And guided them by the skillfulness of his hands.”
Psalm 78:72 (NKJV)
Thursday, May 9, 2024
8:30 – 2:00 p.m.
La Mirada, CA
What kind of legacy are you leaving for your homeschool group? Are you planning for the future? Do you find yourself looking around and wondering who will fill your shoes when God calls you away from your ministry?
When you are in the throes of leadership, trying to manage communication, programming, relationships, conflict, paperwork, and more, it’s easy to overlook or push planning for your departure to the back burner. Whether you have plans to stay in your position for just a few months or another decade, it’s vital to the future of your group that you be raising up the next generation of leaders.
So, how does one do that with all of the other responsibilities we have as leaders?
We invite you to join us this year for CHEA’s “Leaving a Legacy” Conference. Our knowledgeable and encouraging speakers will explore this theme of raising the next generation of homeschool leaders. Our prayer is that you will become better equipped and encouraged as you lead your homeschool community.
|Registration & Check-In
|Group Debrief & Discussion
|2:00 – 5:00 p.m.
WHERE TO STAY
Biola University Sigma Hall
13800 Biola Ave., La Mirada, CA 90639
Each suite includes two bedrooms, each with two twin beds, a sink, and mirror. With locking doors on each side, a jack-and-jill style bathroom, with a toilet and shower, are shared between the two rooms. There is a shared, large lounge with an attached kitchen on each of the three floors. Includes linens and 3 meals at the all-you-can-eat-cafeteria.
Courtyard Anaheim-Buena Park
(approx. 15 min. drive)
7621 Beach Blvd., Buena Park, CA 90620
Doubletree Hotel Los Angeles Norwalk
(approx. 10 min. drive)
13111 Sycamore Dr., Norwalk, CA 90650
For more information about these accommodations and to make reservations, view our Accommodations Information.
Meet Our Speakers
A homeschooling mom and leader, LaNissir has a passion to serve the home-educating community. She provides social, spiritual, academic, and supervisory support for families in local groups and encourages and, as an HSLDA high school consultant, equips homeschool graduates to transition into colleges, careers, and vocational schools.
LaNissir is wife to Lorenzo. Together they have seven homeschooled children (five girls and two boys) with ages ranging from toddler to young adult. Her hobbies include reading, traveling, photography, and kayaking.
Nathan began working at Family Protection Ministries (FPM) in 2002 to protect private homeschooling in California. He was homeschooled himself from kindergarten through high school and received a B.A. in Political Studies from The Master’s University. Currently he serves as Executive Director and Legislative Liaison for FPM and as a member of the CHEA Board of Directors. He works behind the scenes at the State Capitol, meeting with legislators to advocate on behalf of homeschoolers. He and his wife Betsy are actively involved in their church and homeschool their own 8 children.
Hal & Melanie Young
Hal & Melanie Young are the award-winning, best-selling authors of Raising Real Men, No Longer Little, and Love, Honor, and Virtue and the hosts of the Making Biblical Family Life Practical podcast. They are publishers, writers, bloggers, and popular conference speakers internationally, known for their Christ-centered focus and practical, real-life stories. They are the parents of six real boys (all grown!) and two real girls and live in noisy, messy happiness in North Carolina.
WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS COMING SOON
|Exhibit Hall Only Pass
Leadership Conference guests who are not attending the Convention may purchase an Exhibit Hall Pass in order to attend the Thursday evening Exhibit Hall Grand Opening
Free parking is available at Biola University.
At-the-door registration will be available; however, we encourage you to register by May 5 as we need to supply Biola University with a lunch count and prepare seating arrangements.
The Leadership Conference (including luncheon) is designed to help encourage and equip those leading private home education groups, including PSPs, co-ops, support groups, and more. Leaders do not need to be part of CHEA’s Support Network to attend Leadership Conference.
250 and 450 Support Network Members receive entrance to the Exhibit Hall Grand Opening, including the Premium Members Preview, as well as admission for two to the Annual Leadership Conference.
The Leadership Conference is for adults only. No childcare will be provided. Nursing infants whose parents are considerate of others are welcome.
CHEA’s Parenting & Homeschool Conference opens Thursday, May 9, 2023 at 4:30 p.m. Separate registration and admission fees (if applicable) are required for entrance to any part of the Parenting & Homeschool Conference or other parts of the Convention (Children’s Convention, Teen Convention, Worldview Academy, etc.).