INCH Kids & Teens Update 2024

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Michigan’s 40th Annual Homeschool Conference 

“Building the Future”.

1 Corinthians 3:10b-11 says “Each one must be careful how he builds. For no one can build on a foundation other than what has been laid, which is Jesus Christ.”


Session titles and descriptions can be found when you click on each speakers picture on our speaker page 🎉 Find speakers here!

 



Faith & Fun Kids' Classes
Six great classes for kids 8 and up who aren’t enrolled in Giant Cow or the TLC.

  • 8 & 9 - must have a parent attend with them

  • 10-12 - must be signed in and out by a parent

  • 13+ - may come and go on their own

 

Kids ages 3 to 12 will experience GIANT COW.

 Your child will experience Christ-centered drama, music, interactive memorization, kid comedy, life lessons and much more in our exciting, high-energy “Round-Ups.” They will also get a chance to participate and compete with their team in group games, relay races, obstacle courses and craft & art projects. Click HERE to register your kid(s). 
Any Questions? Email [email protected]


 

TLC ( Teen Leadership Corps) Session Titles

1). Apologetics Can Change Your Life. 

2). Has Science Disproved God?

3). Why is Jesus the only Way?

4). Evidence the Bible is the Supernatural Word of God

5). Evidence for God in a Secular World

6). Top Three Reasons Christianity is True

7). How to Share Your Faith without Sounding Offensive. 

8). God Can Use You to Change the World: Developing a Christian Worldview

Click HERE  to register your teen. 

Can't wait to see you there! 

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