Meet the Bloggers!
We're an assorted collection - some active homeschool parents, some "retired" homeschoolers, and some homeschool graduates too! Here's a brief bio of each blogger - and please remember, we don't bite and would love to meet you in the comments sections of our blogs!
Home School Enrichment (More Info)Writes Official HSE Blog
Home School Enrichment was founded in late 2002 by Frank and Kari Lewis and their two homeschool-graduate sons, Matthew and Jonathan. HSE seeks to encourage and equip Christian homeschoolers to educate their children with excellence, both academically and spiritually, and to help families live their homeschool lifestyle with the joy and success God intends for us to have!
Kari Lewis (More Info)Writes Mom Time with Kari
Kari is the “mom” here at Home School Enrichment. She and her husband, Frank, began homeschooling their sons in 1989. Kari understands all too well the challenges homeschooling can involve, but also believes in the joy and rewards it can bring as well and has a heart to help other homeschool moms experience those blessings.
Jonathan Lewis (More Info)Writes Editor's Notes
Jonathan Lewis, a homeschool graduate, serves as Editor of Home School Enrichment Magazine, which he helped co-found with his parents and brother in 2002. In 2011, he was married to Linnea following a courtship relationship. They have one son and are looking forward to homeschooling.
Guest Blogger (More Info)Writes Everything Homeschool
From time to time, we publish guest blog posts on almost any topic relevant to homeschooling. It’s an eclectic bunch of writers, and they have a lot to share, so we hope you enjoy reading their posts!
Cindy Puhek (More Info)Writes Reports from the Trenches
Cindy resides in Colorado Springs with her husband and 5 children. The Puheks are entering their second decade of home schooling and are passionate about family based discipleship. Cindy earned a masters degree in chemistry and taught science classes before God called her home to make her husband and children her primary focus and ministry.
Marcia Washburn (More Info)Writes Building Tomorrow’s Generation
Marcia Washburn and her husband homeschooled their five sons in rural Colorado for nineteen years. Known for her encouraging and practical teaching, Marcia writes and speaks on parenting, homeschooling, and music topics. Marcia may be contacted via her website at http://www.MarciaWashburn.com.
Maribeth Spangenberg (More Info)Writes Homeschool Devotionals
Maribeth Spangenberg and her best friend, Steve, have been married since 1977. Blessed with nine children to raise for God’s Glory, they are also now enjoying the stage of grandparenting. Maribeth is an avid encourager for mothering and home-educating.
Matthew Lewis (More Info)Writes Random but Relevant
Matthew began his homeschool journey in 1989 at the age of eight. Graduating in 1998 at the age of sixteen, he couldn’t get homeschooling out of his system and remained active in the homeschool community prior to helping to found Home School Enrichment with his family in late 2002. Matthew has been married to Lisa since September of 2009. They have one daughter (so far!) named Abigail, whom they plan to homeschool.
Susan Stewart (More Info)Writes Early Learning
Susan K. Stewart began teaching her children in 1981 and is considered a pioneer in modern homeschooling. Her latest book is Preschool: At What Cost? You can read more about early learning at her personal blog, Better Than Preschool.
Suzanne Broadhurst (More Info)Writes Homeschool Whimsies
Born and raised in the southwest, Suzanne Broadhurst has been making her life transition to southeast living, while continuing to learn what her college decision to accept Christ as her savior means on a daily basis. She has homeschooled her two children, from birth through high school graduation. One now graduated with his AA and is living on campus working toward his bachelors and one has begun her studies for an AA. Many years of home education have offered opportunities to implement, test, and challenge educational strategies through varied seasons and storms. The Learning Bug continues to strike her on a regular basis sending her down paths of exploration and discovery. Suzanne’s website is “Home and Beyond,” at http://www.suzannebroadhurst.com and she is also on Facebook (SuzBeeBroadhurst) and Twitter @SuzBroadhurst.