The new cover to the 2015 Silver Book exemplifies much of what homeschool competitive speech is about. Here’s the picture:
I had an absolute blast at the Stoa National Invitational Tournament of Champions (NITOC). Though my family didn’t compete this year, I flew to Greenville, South Carolina to join the festivities as a vendor and businessman. The tournament’s champions will be joining me on many of my endeavors. Let me explain.
I’ll be at the Stoa National Invitational Tournament of Champions (NITOC) May 19-23, and I very much want to connect with you from two perspectives, one obvious and the other not-so-obvious. I promise: our connecting will be extremely valuable to you.
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I have the privilege of working with champion speakers and debaters. Several of the nation’s top competitors will apply to be a contributor to Monument Publishing’s sourcebooks. Want to join us?
March 2015 will forever be engrained in my memory as the month Wendy and I took a 16-day excursion to Australia. It was the best time we had together since our honeymoon 24 years ago. But when I sit back and think about it, it was impossible.
I will be traveling to SC, TX and MN in the next couple of months on my most extensive nationals tournament tour in my nearly-20 years of coaching. Are you going? I’d love to meet you…and you could get free stuff.
Today is our wedding anniversary. Twenty-four years! Let me bullet-point through the memories before sharing three reflections that is on my heart this morning.
Stoa is asking its membership to vote on two options for speech competitors for the 2015-2016 season. I have thoughts to share about the speech choices, and I encourage you to share your opinion, too.
I finally watched God’s Not Dead. Since it was free on Amazon Prime, why not? I was told it stunk, but I watched it anyway. I found it challenging, but not in the way the critics thought I should.