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The IAHE is a full-time, year-round ministry with a lot of action that goes on behind the scenes. Our Informer Podcast will share more about the IAHE's Annual Home Educators' Convention, important legislative updates, and so much more!

Latest Episodes

Informer Podcast with Linda Hobar

Linda Lacour Hobar is a graduate from Baylor University, a veteran homeschool mom, convention speaker, and the author of the Mystery of History homeschool curriculum. In this episode, we get behind the scenes information into the making of the Mystery of History, a world history homeschool curriculum. Linda shares with us where her love and passion for history first started, stories of her times at conventions, and why she believes it is important to teach biblical history and world history together. Hobar encourages us all to remember the relevance of world history, even through a biblical perspective. This is an exciting, fast paced episode for fans of the curriculum and seasoned readers alike! Want to hear more from Linda? Be sure to attend the IAHE Home Educators' Convention April 29 & 30, 2016.

26 MIN2016 MAR 3
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Informer Podcast with Linda Hobar

Fearless with Heidi St. John

Does the shifting world around us leave you shaken? The news is full of stories that leave us shocked and bewildered. How did we get here? How do we respond? The world is quickly changing around us. Faster than any of us could have ever imagined. Our children are facing a world that none of us could have imagined. How do we raise our kids in a rapidly changing world? How do leave fear behind? Join Tara Bentley for an encouraging conversation with The Busy Mom, Heidi St. John, about how we can move forward to lead our family in living fearless lives. Read more from Heidi: WHEN THE KIM DAVIS DUST SETTLES, WILL PEOPLE SEE JESUS? A QUIET EXILE—AND AN AMERICAN GENOCIDE Learn more about the Fearless Conference 2015: COME JOIN HEIDI IN INDIANAPOLIS OCT 2-3 ~~~

34 MIN2015 SEP 11
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Fearless with Heidi St. John

Informer Podcast – Heart to Heart – 2

Are you a new homeschool mom looking for encouragement? Have you ever wished for a heart to heart with a veteran homeschool mom? Curl up on the couch and join our Heart to Heart Conversation. Tara Bentley and guest Deidra Dennis take the time to reflect back on their homeschooling years. Take a listen as they talk about the transition from being a new "school at home"mom to a relaxed homeschool family. What is the most important part of the day? What is the reward at the end of the road? And, what is the best piece of homeschool advice Deidra received along the way? Do you have a question that you would like to hear on a future podcast? Leave us a comment and we'll be happy to answer it in a future show. www.iahe.net

24 MIN2015 JUN 11
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Informer Podcast – Heart to Heart – 2

Informer Podcast – Heart to Heart

Are you a new homeschool mom looking for encouragement? Have you ever wished for a heart to heart with a veteran homeschool mom? Curl up on the couch and join our Heart to Heart Conversation. Tara Bentley and guest Deidra Dennis take the time to reflect back on their homeschooling years. Take a listen as they talk about the transition from being a new "school at home"mom to a relaxed homeschool family. What is the most important part of the day? What is the reward at the end of the road? And, what is the best piece of homeschool advice Deidra received along the way? Do you have a question that you would like to hear on a future podcast? Leave us a comment and we'll be happy to answer it in a future show. www.iahe.net

24 MIN2015 JUN 11
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Informer Podcast – Heart to Heart

IAHE F.A.Q.s for New Homeschool Families – Part Two

New homeschool parents are full of questions! We're back for a second episode featuring some of the IAHE's most Frequently Asked Questions. Special Guest Stacy Hanawayis a homeschool mom and IAHE volunteer. Stacy is part of a volunteer team of moms across the state of Indiana that answer phone calls to help new parents find their way. Stacy and her husband Jason also serve as Regional Representatives and serve homeschool families in their own community in NE Indiana. Some of the issues we're talking about in today's episode include: * What do Regional Representatives do? * What are the different learning styles? * How do I find a support group? * Are there studies that show the success of homeschooling? * When do I become a homeschool expert? Do you have questions? Leave us a comment below! Helpful Links * IAHE F.A.Q.s for New Homeschool Families – Part One * Homeschooling in Indiana * The Informer Magazine * The 2015 Indiana Home Educators’ Convention * The IAHE Discussion Group ...

33 MIN2015 MAY 12
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IAHE F.A.Q.s for New Homeschool Families – Part Two

The Informer – What is the RFRA?

You've seen the all media hype. In March of 2015, Indiana passed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), joining 31 other states in offering religious freedom protections. It's a complicated subject and it can be very difficult to sort through all the noise. But one thing is clear, Indiana families involved in homeschool leadership need to stay informed. Today's podcast episode is a quick conversation about the basics of RFRA and why it matters. Special Guest: Debi Ketron is a member of the IAHE Board of Directors and the Chairperson for the IAHE's Government Affairs Team. Phil&DebiKetronreside in Guilford, Indiana (Dearborn County). Phil serves as Vice President and Secretary of the IAHE. Debi serves as the IAHE Legislative Director. They served as IAHE Region 8 Representatives for five years before joining the Board of Directors. They homeschooled for 21 years, and their four children are homeschool graduates. The two oldest have earned bachelor degrees, one of which is a CP...

13 MIN2015 APR 28
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The Informer – What is the RFRA?

the Informer – with Rebecca Keliher, the Well Planned Gal

On this episode of the Informer podcast, host Tara Bentley interviews Rebecca Keliher, homeschool mom, creator of The Well Planned Day, and founder of Home Educating Family Association {HEDUA}. Rebecca shares her testimony, her personal homeschooling journey, information on her daughter's newpublication for young women called Dear Magazine, and she sharesabout how The Well Planned Day got started. As a second generation homeschool family, Rebecca has spent time with hundreds of homeschool moms across the country. She's seen that many moms struggle with the same fears and doubts. Rebecca and Tara tackletopicssuch as struggling with organization, exhaustion, comparing yourself to other moms, and loving your child unconditionally. This podcast captures the true passion of Rebecca, which is ministering to homeschool families and being an encouragement to individual moms. Her enthusiasm is truly contagious.

48 MIN2015 MAR 17
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the Informer – with Rebecca Keliher, the Well Planned Gal

IAHE F.A.Q.s for New Homeschool Families – Part One

New homeschool families have a lot of questions! As a state organization, the Indiana Association of Home Educators fieldshundreds of phone calls each year from parents wondering how to get started. Most families have a lot of the same questions: * Do I have to register with the state? * Do I have to turn in schoolwork? * Where do I get curriculum? * How do I issue a diploma? * Will I mess everything up? Special Guest Stacy Hanaway is a homeschool mom and IAHE volunteer. Stacy is part of a volunteer team of moms across the state of Indiana that answer phone calls to help new parents find their way. Stacy and her husband Jason also serve as Regional Representatives and serve homeschool families in their own community in NE Indiana. Helpful Links * Homeschooling in Indiana * The Informer Magazine * The 2015 Indiana Home Educators' Convention * The IAHE Discussion Group on Facebook Do you have questions about starting homeschooling? Leave us a comment and we'll answer your question in ...

33 MIN2015 MAR 3
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IAHE F.A.Q.s for New Homeschool Families – Part One

The Informer – 13 Lessons From the End of the Road

At the end of their family’s homeschool journey, Tara Bentley shares 13 Lessons from the End of the Road. After graduating their youngest daughter from high school, veteran homeschool mom Tara presents a mix of regrets and tips for new moms. Tara Bentley is the Managing Editor for The Informer Magazine and has served on the Board of Directors for the IAHE since 2013. She has also been a homeschool blogger and curriculum reviewer since 2009. Taken from a live presentation to a local support group, this podcastwill encourage you and remind you that God created us each as individuals. We are not created to look alike or school our children in identical ways. But, we can still come together in moments of fellowship, celebrate our differences, and learn from each other along the way. Too often moms isolate themselves based on the belief that they aren’t good enough. We listen to our fears… instead of focusing on what God has called us to with our children. * Do you know who is watchin...

35 MIN2015 FEB 17
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The Informer – 13 Lessons From the End of the Road

Informer Interview with Todd Wilson

A podcast for homeschool dads and moms together! Listen as Indiana dads share: * their best advice on getting started homeschooling * how to support mom * how homeschooling has affected their family We also have special guest Todd Wilson from Familyman Ministries. Familyman Ministries started with this mission: “to remind dads of what’s most important.” Todd travels across the country each year encouraging families who might be struggling with homeschooling.

32 MIN2015 FEB 3
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Informer Interview with Todd Wilson
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Latest Episodes

Informer Podcast with Linda Hobar

Linda Lacour Hobar is a graduate from Baylor University, a veteran homeschool mom, convention speaker, and the author of the Mystery of History homeschool curriculum. In this episode, we get behind the scenes information into the making of the Mystery of History, a world history homeschool curriculum. Linda shares with us where her love and passion for history first started, stories of her times at conventions, and why she believes it is important to teach biblical history and world history together. Hobar encourages us all to remember the relevance of world history, even through a biblical perspective. This is an exciting, fast paced episode for fans of the curriculum and seasoned readers alike! Want to hear more from Linda? Be sure to attend the IAHE Home Educators' Convention April 29 & 30, 2016.

26 MIN2016 MAR 3
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Informer Podcast with Linda Hobar

Fearless with Heidi St. John

Does the shifting world around us leave you shaken? The news is full of stories that leave us shocked and bewildered. How did we get here? How do we respond? The world is quickly changing around us. Faster than any of us could have ever imagined. Our children are facing a world that none of us could have imagined. How do we raise our kids in a rapidly changing world? How do leave fear behind? Join Tara Bentley for an encouraging conversation with The Busy Mom, Heidi St. John, about how we can move forward to lead our family in living fearless lives. Read more from Heidi: WHEN THE KIM DAVIS DUST SETTLES, WILL PEOPLE SEE JESUS? A QUIET EXILE—AND AN AMERICAN GENOCIDE Learn more about the Fearless Conference 2015: COME JOIN HEIDI IN INDIANAPOLIS OCT 2-3 ~~~

34 MIN2015 SEP 11
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Fearless with Heidi St. John

Informer Podcast – Heart to Heart – 2

Are you a new homeschool mom looking for encouragement? Have you ever wished for a heart to heart with a veteran homeschool mom? Curl up on the couch and join our Heart to Heart Conversation. Tara Bentley and guest Deidra Dennis take the time to reflect back on their homeschooling years. Take a listen as they talk about the transition from being a new "school at home"mom to a relaxed homeschool family. What is the most important part of the day? What is the reward at the end of the road? And, what is the best piece of homeschool advice Deidra received along the way? Do you have a question that you would like to hear on a future podcast? Leave us a comment and we'll be happy to answer it in a future show. www.iahe.net

24 MIN2015 JUN 11
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Informer Podcast – Heart to Heart – 2

Informer Podcast – Heart to Heart

Are you a new homeschool mom looking for encouragement? Have you ever wished for a heart to heart with a veteran homeschool mom? Curl up on the couch and join our Heart to Heart Conversation. Tara Bentley and guest Deidra Dennis take the time to reflect back on their homeschooling years. Take a listen as they talk about the transition from being a new "school at home"mom to a relaxed homeschool family. What is the most important part of the day? What is the reward at the end of the road? And, what is the best piece of homeschool advice Deidra received along the way? Do you have a question that you would like to hear on a future podcast? Leave us a comment and we'll be happy to answer it in a future show. www.iahe.net

24 MIN2015 JUN 11
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Informer Podcast – Heart to Heart

IAHE F.A.Q.s for New Homeschool Families – Part Two

New homeschool parents are full of questions! We're back for a second episode featuring some of the IAHE's most Frequently Asked Questions. Special Guest Stacy Hanawayis a homeschool mom and IAHE volunteer. Stacy is part of a volunteer team of moms across the state of Indiana that answer phone calls to help new parents find their way. Stacy and her husband Jason also serve as Regional Representatives and serve homeschool families in their own community in NE Indiana. Some of the issues we're talking about in today's episode include: * What do Regional Representatives do? * What are the different learning styles? * How do I find a support group? * Are there studies that show the success of homeschooling? * When do I become a homeschool expert? Do you have questions? Leave us a comment below! Helpful Links * IAHE F.A.Q.s for New Homeschool Families – Part One * Homeschooling in Indiana * The Informer Magazine * The 2015 Indiana Home Educators’ Convention * The IAHE Discussion Group ...

33 MIN2015 MAY 12
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IAHE F.A.Q.s for New Homeschool Families – Part Two

The Informer – What is the RFRA?

You've seen the all media hype. In March of 2015, Indiana passed the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA), joining 31 other states in offering religious freedom protections. It's a complicated subject and it can be very difficult to sort through all the noise. But one thing is clear, Indiana families involved in homeschool leadership need to stay informed. Today's podcast episode is a quick conversation about the basics of RFRA and why it matters. Special Guest: Debi Ketron is a member of the IAHE Board of Directors and the Chairperson for the IAHE's Government Affairs Team. Phil&DebiKetronreside in Guilford, Indiana (Dearborn County). Phil serves as Vice President and Secretary of the IAHE. Debi serves as the IAHE Legislative Director. They served as IAHE Region 8 Representatives for five years before joining the Board of Directors. They homeschooled for 21 years, and their four children are homeschool graduates. The two oldest have earned bachelor degrees, one of which is a CP...

13 MIN2015 APR 28
Comments
The Informer – What is the RFRA?

the Informer – with Rebecca Keliher, the Well Planned Gal

On this episode of the Informer podcast, host Tara Bentley interviews Rebecca Keliher, homeschool mom, creator of The Well Planned Day, and founder of Home Educating Family Association {HEDUA}. Rebecca shares her testimony, her personal homeschooling journey, information on her daughter's newpublication for young women called Dear Magazine, and she sharesabout how The Well Planned Day got started. As a second generation homeschool family, Rebecca has spent time with hundreds of homeschool moms across the country. She's seen that many moms struggle with the same fears and doubts. Rebecca and Tara tackletopicssuch as struggling with organization, exhaustion, comparing yourself to other moms, and loving your child unconditionally. This podcast captures the true passion of Rebecca, which is ministering to homeschool families and being an encouragement to individual moms. Her enthusiasm is truly contagious.

48 MIN2015 MAR 17
Comments
the Informer – with Rebecca Keliher, the Well Planned Gal

IAHE F.A.Q.s for New Homeschool Families – Part One

New homeschool families have a lot of questions! As a state organization, the Indiana Association of Home Educators fieldshundreds of phone calls each year from parents wondering how to get started. Most families have a lot of the same questions: * Do I have to register with the state? * Do I have to turn in schoolwork? * Where do I get curriculum? * How do I issue a diploma? * Will I mess everything up? Special Guest Stacy Hanaway is a homeschool mom and IAHE volunteer. Stacy is part of a volunteer team of moms across the state of Indiana that answer phone calls to help new parents find their way. Stacy and her husband Jason also serve as Regional Representatives and serve homeschool families in their own community in NE Indiana. Helpful Links * Homeschooling in Indiana * The Informer Magazine * The 2015 Indiana Home Educators' Convention * The IAHE Discussion Group on Facebook Do you have questions about starting homeschooling? Leave us a comment and we'll answer your question in ...

33 MIN2015 MAR 3
Comments
IAHE F.A.Q.s for New Homeschool Families – Part One

The Informer – 13 Lessons From the End of the Road

At the end of their family’s homeschool journey, Tara Bentley shares 13 Lessons from the End of the Road. After graduating their youngest daughter from high school, veteran homeschool mom Tara presents a mix of regrets and tips for new moms. Tara Bentley is the Managing Editor for The Informer Magazine and has served on the Board of Directors for the IAHE since 2013. She has also been a homeschool blogger and curriculum reviewer since 2009. Taken from a live presentation to a local support group, this podcastwill encourage you and remind you that God created us each as individuals. We are not created to look alike or school our children in identical ways. But, we can still come together in moments of fellowship, celebrate our differences, and learn from each other along the way. Too often moms isolate themselves based on the belief that they aren’t good enough. We listen to our fears… instead of focusing on what God has called us to with our children. * Do you know who is watchin...

35 MIN2015 FEB 17
Comments
The Informer – 13 Lessons From the End of the Road

Informer Interview with Todd Wilson

A podcast for homeschool dads and moms together! Listen as Indiana dads share: * their best advice on getting started homeschooling * how to support mom * how homeschooling has affected their family We also have special guest Todd Wilson from Familyman Ministries. Familyman Ministries started with this mission: “to remind dads of what’s most important.” Todd travels across the country each year encouraging families who might be struggling with homeschooling.

32 MIN2015 FEB 3
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Informer Interview with Todd Wilson
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