5 Easy Steps to Start Homeschooling – Stephanie Lambert
Yvette Hampton talks with Stephanie Lambert, homeschool graduate and Executive Director of the Texas Home School Coalition (THSC). Hear first-hand how her parents prepared her and her siblings to know and serve Christ and impact the world around them. What did homeschooling look like in the past, what will it look like in the future, and how are we preparing for what’s to come? We also discuss the importance of state homeschool organizations, who they are, why they exist, and how and why YOU should get involved.
If you are new to homeschooling, don’t miss Monday and Wednesday’s conversation with Stephanie Lambert. In those episodes she talks about the blessings and benefits of being homeschooled before homeschooling was even legal in her home state of Texas. Her story is sure to give you confidence in your decision to home educate.
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Stephanie Lambert was homeschooled before home schooling was officially legal in Texas. Her parents had a vision for instilling strong values and providing a quality education to their four children. This included joining in the fight to make families free to home educate. Stephanie’s childhood is filled with memories as a THSC volunteer in her family’s home. Her time on staff with THSC then began with event planning, touching thousands of lives each year. She went on to serve as THSC’s Director of Events and Director of Development and is now the Executive Director of the organization. Stephanie has a passion for empowering and encouraging parents to raise their children to know Christ and to be the next generation of leaders our country needs. She lives in Lubbock and serves in her church, reads, decorates, snowboards and travels in her free time.
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