Homeschool Super Heroes 2011

“Discover The Insider Secrets From 11 Of The
World’s Top
Homeschool Super Heroes
Who Will Share
Real, Usable, Practical Tips
For This Coming School Year!”

Kerry Beck


Date: August 19, 2011
From the desk of: Kerry Beck

How to Homeschool My Child, Founder
“Helping parents raise children to the glory of God”


Dear Homeschooling Parent,

I love the start of a new school year. New school supplies, New curricula, New shoes!

Are you ready for this year?

Whether you are a new homeschooling parent or a veteran, we can all be encouraged from those who have gone before us. Those who made mistakes and corrected them. Those whose heart is for homeschoolers to be successful. And those who desire to see your children grow into young men & women of God.

Homeschool Super Heroes Will Soon Reveal Their Best Kept Secrets

We’ve brought together the Super Heroes of the Homeschooling Community so you can achieve the success at home you deserve. Learn from their expertise and experience on how to provide the best education for your children this year, while still cleaning, cooking & chauffeuring.

Discover some of the mistakes they made along the way so you can AVOID doing the same thing! How cool is that?

Whether your children are just beginning their school experience or almost ready to fly the coup, you CANNOT afford to miss this unique opportunity to learn from the best. Never before have so many experts been assembled at one time for just one purpose …showing you PRACTICAL TIPS that really work in today’s home.

You may look at our Super Heroes and wonder to yourself, “I haven’t heard of these guys before.” That’s because many of them are in the trenches homeschooling. They make it work on a daily basis. Or, they are helping homeschool parents raise their children to be godly leaders of the future who will impact our society for God.

Our Homeschool Super Heroes were not chosen because of their credentials (although there are plenty of credentials in the list below). They were chosen because they will share “real life” way to make your homeschool year the BEST ever.

Sally ClarksonSally Clarkson

Sally is, first and foremost, a full-time, stay-at-home-schooling mom. Her life has always revolved around her four wholehearted children-Sarah, Joel, Nathan and Joy. In addition to her ministry to her family, God has also given her a ministry to other families, and to homeschooling mothers, through speaking and writing. Sally grew up in Texas and New Mexico, accepted Christ personally her freshman year at Texas Tech University, was active with Campus Crusade for Christ during college, and joined staff upon graduation in 1975. She ministered at the University of Texas, lived and ministered in Eastern Europe under Communist rule, and returned to Denver to work with executive women and singles, and with Clay, whom she married a year later. She has always been active in discipling women, and began a church-based homeschool support group in Nashville that is still active. Sally is a writer, speaker, discipler, and blogger who also loves books, music, British films, baking, and tea.

Sally will share:

  • How to minister to the whole heart of your child
  • How to use whole books in your homeschooling
  • How to keep God the center of your home
  • How to lay the best foundation when homeschooling young kids

Todd WilsonTodd Wilson

Todd Wilson, author of Help! I’m Married to a Homeschooling Mom and The Official Book of Homeschooling Cartoons, is a dad, writer, conference speaker, and former pastor. Todd’s humor and gut-honest realness have made him a favorite speaker at homeschool conventions across the country and a guest on Focus on the Family. His articles have appeared in various magazines. Christianity Today also posts his weekly column (The Familyman Weekly) on their website.

Todd and his wife Debbie, along with their eight children spend several months of the year traveling the country encouraging moms and dads. His humor, realness, and straight talk to men (& women) have become his trademark. Todd will share:

  • How dads can become super hero to their own children
  • How moms can be the best homeschool teacher
  • How moms & dads can support each other in homeschooling

JoJo TaberesJoJo Tabares

JoJo Tabares holds a degree in Speech Communication, but it is her humorous approach to communication skills which has made her a highly sought-after Christian speaker and writer. Her articles appear in homeschool publications, such as Homeschool Enrichment Magazine and The Old Schoolhouse Magazine, which also endorses her Say What You Mean curricula. You can also find JoJo on web sites such as and For more information on communication FUNdamentals and Christian-based communication skills for the whole family, please visit

JoJo will discuss:

  • How to teach young children communication skills
  • How to prepare your kids for debate
  • Why its important to teach communication skills from a Christian perspective

Heidi St. JohnHeidi St. John

For more than a decade, Jay and Heidi St. John have been ministering to homeschooling families. In 2010, Heidi drew from her experience as a busy homeschool mom to write “The Busy Homeschool Mom’s Guide to Romance”, which was an extension of a class she had been teaching at homeschool conferences for several years.

Heidi will share:

  • How to use notebooking & lapbooks in your homeschool
  • How to homeschool in high school
  • How to avoid homeschool burn-out
  • Romance ideas for tired homeschool moms

Terri CampTerri Camp

“When did you sneak into my home?” is often a question asked by Terri’s readers or listeners. Whether you are sitting in her audience getting a good dose of meaningful laughter, or reading one of her books or articles, you will feel a sense that Terri really gets it! She gets being a mom – afterall she has been raising eight of her own children for the last twenty two years. She understands the complexities of life and the longings women go through. Listen, and connect with Terri, as she… connects with you.

Terri will share:

  • How single moms can homeschool
  • How to keep your sanity when you have so many kids at home
  • How to juggle homeschool, work & kiddos

Gena SuarezGena Suarez

Paul and Gena Suarez reside in the Tri-Cities of Tennessee, where they homeschool(ed) their six children: Paulie (21), Luke (19), Levi (17), Julia Rachel (14), Susanna Hope (3) and Chloe Abigail (1). They enjoy long country drives in the van while listening to books on CD, hanging out with good friends, and staying up late. By the grace of God, the Suarez family has published The Old Schoolhouse® Magazine, LLC for 10 years.

Gena shares:

  • How to homeschool with a large family
  • How to balance working, family & homeschooling
  • Homeschooling in high school

Adam AndrewsAdam Andrews

Adam Andrews received his BA in Political Economy and Christian Studies from Hillsdale College in 1991. He earned his MA in History from the University of Washington in 1994, and is currently a candidate for the PhD in History. Both Adam and his wife, Missy have long felt a calling to serve the home schooling community, and have constantly been on the lookout for ways to make high quality education accessible to committed parents and teachers. Inveterate bookworms, they have spent the past twelve years making booklists of great literature for students of all ages, and trying to find a literature curriculum that is both accessible and substantial. Teaching the Classics is the result of their conviction that the best curriculum is one that involves both teacher and student in a discussion of great ideas.

Adam will discuss:

  • How to use literature in your homeschool
  • How to create critical thinking skills in your children
  • How to analyze worldview in what you read

Marilyn Rockett

Marilyn is a “graduated” homeschool mom of four grown sons and Mimi to six grandsons, one granddaughter, and one great-grandson, teaching for fifteen years before the Rocketts ran out of sons to teach. She is a contributor to multiple books and author of Homeschooling at the Speed of Life that provides encouragement and organizational helps with a scriptural emphasis. For almost thirty years, Marilyn has worked in the homeschool community locally, statewide, and nationally and has contributed articles to many publications. She is currently a regular columnist for Homeschooling Today® magazine and is Editor in Chief for that publication. Marilyn will share:

  • How to stay organized at home while homeschooling
  • Whether or not moms should go back to work
  • How to incorporate life skills into your homeschool

Phyllis Wheeler


Phyllis Wheeler

Phyllis lives in St. Louis. I homeschooled her daughter from 8th through 12th grades, and two of her triplet sons for a couple of years each during that time. She stopped homeschooling when her daughter graduated–the third triplet wasn’t interested in homeschooling, and there was a good Christian school to send them to. Her biggest lifesaver was finding and joining a homeschool co-op.Phyllis will share:

  • The importance of teaching computers to your children
  • Practical ways to teach computes when mom can’t do computers

Phyllis WheelerHal and Melanie Young

Fresh from a state tax audit to prove that yes, they’re all ours, Hal and Melanie Young, authors of the Christian Small Publishers Association 2011 Book of the Year, Raising Real Men, are parents of six real boys and two real girls. They have homeschooled through eight high-risk pregnancies, three re-locations, two decades, and 181 degrees of longitude. They are sought after conference speakers who routinely draw standing room only crowds with their mix of uniquely entertaining cross-banter and practical, powerful Scriptural principles. Hal & Melanie have glorified the Lord through some extreme challenges with Hal successfully fighting stage IV cancer and their youngest dealing with a life-threatening heart condition. Despite it all, the Youngs live in noisy familial bliss in North Carolina.

Hal & Melanie will share:

  • How you can effectively homeschool boys
  • How to raise your boys to lead & provide for their family
  • How boys can start their own business
  • What specifically a dad can do to raise his son
  • What specifically a mom can do to raise her son

Kerry BeckKerry Beck

Kerry has been encouraging homeschool parents for the past 10 years, as she & her family traveled to book shows. She loves to encourage young moms to follow God’s leading as they raise their children to godliness. Kerry also likes teaching moms & teachers the best strategies to teach “how to write”.Having started Curriculum Connection with her elementary aged kids, she enjoys helping families involve their children in a family business. Kerry has been featured in the Ultimate Homeschool Expo & Homeschooling Today. Kerry & Stephen have 3 children and 1 son-in-law. Her daughters Ashley & Gentry are interviewing our Homeschool Super Heroes.

Kerry will share:

  • How to teach writing so your kids write in their own words
  • Importance of training your children Biblically
  • How to disciple your children
  • How to make homeschool FUN

Hunter BeckHunter Beck

Hunter Beck homeschooled for 10 years. He will enter Texas A&M University to study business & sports management this fall 2011. He started his marshmallow gun company at the age of 10 and began making about $1000 each summer.

Hunter will share:

  • How he started his business
  • How young people can start their own business
  • Ways to avoid the mistakes he made along the way
“I Love The Focus On Meeting The Individual Needs Of Each Child!”Click on the button below to hear what Heather says about The Homeschool Super Heroes Package!
Thank you for all of your heart, time & energy you’ve invested to help all of us who at one time or another feel like we are “going it alone”! I thank the Lord for people like you who have gone before us and are helping us along our way!!I am a pastor’s wife and home school mom of 2….with 2 years to go ’till high school graduation. We’ve been homeschooling since kindergarten…and I still want/need encouragement & an occasional “shot in the arm” – a boost to keep the momentum going! Thank you for offering it! Bless you, dear sister!~Kelly

Three things you should know about these interviews:

1. They are interviews…not prepared presentations.

You get a fresh, spontaneous response from each of our Super Heroes. We ask questions that you may want to ask, but aren’t able to do so. You’ll really learn down to earth ways to homeschool that really work when you are trying to balance homeschooling, family, hubby, activities, your home, cooking (seems they always want to eat 3 meals a day, right?)

2. We know you are super-busy, so we have kept interviews to 30-40 minutes long.

You don’t have to wade through a lot of rambling. We get straight to the point and share how you can make this school year the best ever.

3. Our interviews are conducted by my daughters, Ashley Ortega & Gentry Beck. Ashley & Gentry are homeschool graduates and offers a unique perspective as she gets each of our Super Heroes to open up and share “real life” ways to improve your homeschool this year.

You’ll Discover Practical Tips That
Any & All Homeschoolers Can
Use This Year…They REALLY Work!

These speakers are the best of the best in the business. So, all you need to do is register below and we’ll send you the date and times when our Homeschool Super Heroes will be speaking and then you can just hop on your computer and listen in.

We’ll be running these interviews August 29 – September 2, so you can get off on the right foot this school year. That’s right, no middle seat airline travel, no overpriced hotel rooms, no car rental and late nights away from home. That’s right, you never have to leave the comfort and privacy of your own home or office. Just sit back and relax in your favorite easy chair and absorb these homeschooling strategies.

Once you sign up, you’ll have the access to each interview on the day we play that interview. Just log in and listen as each speaker reveals their most sacred homeschooling secrets. It’s that easy.

First, let me just say that if I was to gather all these Homeschool Super Heroes into one conference center for 3 days of non-stop training, it would cost…well let’s just say a small fortune. Some of these guys charge a lot for just an hour of consulting. If we put all these speakers in a two day seminar you’d pay big bucks, but you can have the same experience without leaving your home. You won’t have to pay for hotels, flights, food, seminar fees or anything like that. It’s not going to cost you anywhere near that.

So what’s the cost?

It is FREE to listen to our daily interviews over the next week – during the time specified on our schedule.

Get Access to 13 Audio MP3 Files,
13 Transcripts &
13 “Cheat Sheets” –
Several Hours of Christian Homeschooling
Techniques & Strategies
for Only $57

Pre-Sale Price $10

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I just wish that I had access to this information when I first started homeschooling back in 1998. Today, you don’t have to pay big bucks for it. And you don’t have to fly to seminar to get it.

10% of Homeschool Super Hero sales will be donated to Compassion.
We will use the money to support at least one child on a monthly basis throughout the year.
Hopefully, we can sponsor more than one child with your support.

Sponsor a Child in Jesus Name with Compassion


To your homeschooling success,

Kerry Beck

PS. In case you miss an interview or want to listen again, the recordings, mini books & cheat sheets are available at the lowest price this week. Click the box above to grab all of them.

PPS. Here’s what homeschoolers said about our Original 2010 Homeschool Super Heroes….

I had the opportunity to listen to your wrap up today and it was so enlightening and again, inspired me. I have been doing nearly everything you covered in your segment! Thank you so much for making yourself available and for sharing the wonderful information and experience you have. You have a calming way about you! I hope you will continue your mission and that is, truly helping others.

I enjoyed the superheroes so very much. Each person helped me in some way. Ashley did a great job conducting the interviews. She asked the correct questions and things just started flowing! I feel more confident, though there remains some nervousness just beginning this homeschool journey coming up on Tuesday. I left the interviews feeling that I had more knowledge necessary to educate my child.

God Bless You, I hope to hear from you again,


I have really enjoyed the interviews! I have been looking for someone who has been before me and could give sound, Biblical advice and encouragement. I have found it! Thank you so much for putting together these interviews for us. They have truly been a blessing and I have passed them on to other moms I know.

Florine B.


I took copious amounts of notes during the interviews, which is a habit I have for any type of seminar I take! I then have those to refer back to. I think it is great that you made them available. They help people, especially those new to this.

Thank you,



Thank you for putting on this mini-conference. I have really loved hearing Lee Binz, Jim Weiss & Andrew Pudewa. Lee’s talk has given me a lot to ruminate on.

Thank you,



Thank you for being concerned and taking time to email me to clear things up. I enjoyed the homeschool superheroes and I appreciate what you’ve done to provide this for us homeschool moms!!

Have a great night!