I present keynote sessions and workshops for conferences, retreat sessions for women, and talks for support groups and other meetings. I can address a variety of topics related to homeschooling and motherhood. The list below shows presentations I have given in the past.

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  • Mothers of Grace
    Charlene Notgrass encourages homeschooling mothers to be mothers of grace—mothers who seek God with all their hearts, mothers who raise children to be the people God created them to be, and mothers who have the grace to let others do the same.
  • Helping Your Kids Discover America
    What is America? It is a place of wonders created by God. It is artists and composers and public servants and authors who have made a difference. It is landmarks we have built to honor and remember. It is steamboat captains and fur traders and astronauts. Learn how to help your children discover America.
  • Homeschooling: The Making of Teddy Roosevelt
    When you learn about Teddy Roosevelt’s parents and about his homeschooling experience, you understand the man that Teddy Roosevelt became. You also learn how you can prepare your children for their adult lives.
  • Field Trips Far and Near
    With limited time and a limited budget, Ray and Charlene Notgrass took their children to each of the lower 48 states. It took fifteen years, but they made it. Learn how you can use field trips far and near to teach your children.

Sessions with my husband, Ray Notgrass:

  • Homeschool Without Fear
    The voices we, as homeschooling parents, hear and think we hear from other homeschoolers, public and private schools, and the world at large can make us fearful. Worries can swallow up our confidence and even our original intention to make God’s truth the center of our homeschool. This workshop will help you remember that God equips you with everything you need to homeschool without fear.
  • Not Your Neighbor’s Homeschool
    Does your homeschool look like everybody else’s? We hope not! God is too creative to make carbon copies. Learn how to make your homeschool your own so that each of your children can learn according to the way God created him or her.
  • The Marriage Every Homeschooler Needs
    The homeschool methods you choose, the curriculum you use, and the co-op you join are not nearly as important as the marriage your children watch every day. Learn to grow your marriage while you grow your children.