Looking for something fun to do with your family? The Rocky Mountain Homeschool Conference is sponsoring a free family movie night. That’s right. It’s free! Bring your friends and family for the fun.
Now Showing …
Defense of New Haven
In 2010, Little Crew Studies produced The Runner from Ravenshead, an award-winning film described as “Pilgrim’s Progress meets Little Rascals.” Now, Little Crew Studios is back with The Defense of New Haven.
BONUS: The Steege family, creators and actors in The Defense of New Haven, will be live and sharing with us on Friday night!
When filmmaker Curtis Bowers hit the road in 2010 with his film AGENDA, people began to wake up. AGENDA became one of the best selling documentaries of all time, and grassroots America finally had a tool to connect the dots. Join Bowers as he heads out again to expose the Masters of Deceit and their purposeful, premeditated, treasonous attacks on our freedom.
Plus, Cold Stone Creamery is showing up — and they’re giving 20% of the profits to CHEC. So enjoy your ice cream and support homeschooling at the same time!
The first day of the Rocky Mountain Homeschool Conference started with a bang. Keynote speaker Israel Wayne kicked off the morning session with an encouraging discussion: Homeschool: Preference or Conviction? Throughout the day, Tedd and Margy Tripp, Bill Jack, Brook Wayne, Sonya Shafer, Mike Winther, and over a dozen more speakers have shared on topics ranging from Educating and Training World Changers to Making Curriculum Choices in Light of Learning Styles.
Exploring the Vendor Hall
Hunter Safety Training and Certification
Registration is still open …
It’s not too late to come! We’re gearing up for another two days of encouraging talks, fellowship, vendor hall shopping, and more.
Registration is now closed since this event has passed.