Summer is a wife, mom, and a home educator. She and her husband, Jim, choose a home centered education for their family when their oldest son was about to enter Kindergarten. She now has three students with almost eight years of home education experience under her belt. While on this journey she has learned what true education is and that she is a student just as much as her boys are. Although she teaches all boys, it is apparent that each one is unique and has their own set of gifts, talents, and abilities. Summer has had no formal training for teaching but feels that if God was gracious enough to give her children then His grace would be sufficient to rear them, teach them, and lead them into His truth to prepare them for the path He has for them to walk on. She is a graduate of Rhema Bible Training Center in Tulsa, OK. Through her writing and speaking engagements, Summer hopes to strengthen parents to fulfill their God-given roles to educate/train up their children in the way they should go. On her days off from teaching, you may find her stretched out on the couch with a cup of coffee reading or at Disney World with her family and friends. “If you don’t stand for something, you will fall for anything.”

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