AHEA Convention 2016

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On The Alberta Children's Charter and the new Home Education Regulation - December 16 2014

The Alberta Home Education Association (AHEA) was asked to provide input on both of these proposed pieces of legislation.
AHEA has done so and is considering further comment on the Regulation.
As always, AHEA stands for parental authority in education and our input has reflected this.
AHEA's stand is that the needs of children are best served and protected within the context of a family and that parents are the primary guides of their children.
AHEA will continue to advocate for parental rights and freedoms and we will update our members of any new developments.

Merry Christmas from AHEA

To all AHEA members, to all home educators, to all Alberta parents:

As you probably already know, the Alberta Home Education Association has been active during the last few weeks reminding our politicians - and others - of the importance of parental authority in education.

Parental authority is of key importance because children's interests are best served in the context of a family.

Quite simply, parents are the primary guides of their children.

So as we guide our children through their lives, we come once again to Christmas, a time to step back from the busy-ness and remember what is truly important: our families and our faith.

At this time of year, with 2014 coming to a close, we look to a new beginning - a birth, the birth of a baby at Christmas - and we feel again the hope and joy and the knowledge that we are on the right path.

Merry Christmas to you and your family from the AHEA family - the board, the convention team, and all our volunteers.

Keynote Speakers Update

Meet AHEA's New Keynote Speakers:

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Reb & Bev Bradley

In more than 35 years of ministry Reb Bradley has served as a pastor, church-planter, pastoral instructor, radio counselor and talkshow host. Drawing from his mistakes as well as his successes, he works diligently as a writer and conference speaker to strengthen the Christian family, conducting seminars internationally on issues related to marriage, child training, and manhood. He is most noted for his best-selling book "CHILD TRAINING TIPS: What I wish I knew when my children were young." Reb and his wife, Beverly, have six grown children and increasing numbers of grandchildren.

Beverly, Reb's wife and mother of 6 grown children, disciples wives and mothers according to Titus 2:4-5. She is a powerful communicator, and a popular keynote speaker at women's gatherings. Committed to teaching the Word of God without compromise, she speaks with sensitivity, humor, and biblical wisdom in addressing issues related to motherhood, marriage, and homeschooling. Her frank, transparent style leaves her listeners challenged, yet hopeful in their walks with Christ. Many, in fact, have described Bev's ministry as "absolutely life-changing.”


Solving the Crisis in Homeschooling (Reb)

Peace for the Angry,Hostile,"Stressed Out" Home School Mom(Reb) 

For Men: Reading the Mind of Your Home School Wife(Reb)  

The 10 Things I Wish I had Known When I Began Homeschooling(Bev)

It’s Not Supposed to be this Hard!(Bev)






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