Ten Reasons to Not Homeschool Your Children: Real Life Theology with Renée Sproles

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Renée Sproles

Renée Webb Sproles is from Murfreesboro, TN, where she directed The School of Christian Thought for five years at North Boulevard Church. She is a 15-year homeschool veteran. She is also a founder and co-director of the Discipleship Tutorial in Murfreesboro, where she has taught government, economics, personal finance, health, study skills, English grammar, and writing. She is the mother of two grown children, Houston and Emma, who is married to Thomas Goodwyn. With her husband, David, Renée has co-taught parenting classes for 20 years and currently teaches a marriage and family class of 100 students each week. Renée is the author of On Gender: What the Bible Says about Men and Women (Renew, 2019).
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Holli Turner

My name is Holli Turner. I have a Bachelors of Science in Nursing and worked for 7 years as an RN before we decided that I would stay home and homeschool our children. I am married to my best friend and biggest cheerleader, Darryl, and we have 2 daughters and a son. We live in middle TN and are active members of a local Christian church. When faced with some health issues, I embraced a more holistic lifestyle and also rediscovered a forgotten love of writing after I began journaling my prayers and what I learned during my Bible study. I have a passion for applying God’s word to everyday situations, especially the cultural lies that target girls and women of all ages. I love to talk about the Bible, health and wellness, historical fiction and homeschooling.

Mothers Renée Sproles, Karen Costello, and Holli Turner speak on their experience of homeschooling, its risks and rewards, and the reasons it is not for everyone.