After 15 years of corporate and self employment, I’m returning to a formal classroom setting at our local High Country Homeschool Enrichment co-op in Colorado Springs—for just one hour of teaching per week. This is what I used to do for a living in the 90s. I’m very much looking forward to this!
This is a local on-site class, so if you live in the area and have questions about joining, feel free to contact me.
Okay, so you’re convinced that you should do speech and debate. Now what?
Wendy and I want the message of “love in the house” to get out to as many people as possible. This FREE book offer is the best way to do that.
This post opens the hood a bit and gives you a decent look at some changes I’ve made to help make the engine run a big nicer.
Every NITC camp, one of the coaches gives their “rah rah” speech, a motivating “get into the zone” speech to get kids focused on their big competitive week. I was my turn this time, and I did something different.
I answered the phone one morning to an East Coast mom who wanted to know more about speech and debate. She discovered she was talking to the author of the book she was reading, and then there was silence.
My friend, Howie, and his wife, Carrie, babysat my kids the other night. He took this picture and posted it on his Facebook stating, “What it’s like to be Chris Jeub at dinner.” (Taken by Howie Whitcomb)
I agree with Andrew: speech and debate tournaments are just about the coolest things on the planet. Our camps get you and your family involved.
Shortly after the Waldo Canyon Fire last year, a noted atheist in the community posted an article slamming Christians for praying. I took issue with the claim and supported it with results. I hope this article encourages you to make an appeal to God.
If you had leukemia and the opportunity to take a fully-funded trip somewhere, where would you go? This young lady chose debate camp.