• Quiet Time and Bible Study: Nurturing a Biblical Worldview with Naomi Vacaro

    Finding the balance between daily responsibilities and personal spiritual nourishment can be challenging, but it’s a journey that many believers can relate to. In a recent discussion on the Schoolhouse Rocked Podcast, Naomi Vacaro sat down with host, Yvette Hampton to share some profound insights into the power of daily quiet time and the significance of nurturing a biblical worldview. Drawing from her personal experiences as a homeschooled missionary kid in Mongolia, Naomi highlighted the transformative impact of merging faith and education, shedding light on the importance of prioritizing time with God. Emphasizing the benefits of abiding with God through the study of his Word and prayer, Naomi’s perspective stands…

  • Seven Years and A Million Thanks

    🎉 A Million Thanks! 🚀 Actually, 1,008,762 thanks, give or take a few… Last week I started getting “Memories” from seven years ago in my Facebook feed. You see, we started filming for Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution in December of 2016, so we were posting a lot at that time. God has done SO MUCH in the past seven years. We had no idea what he was doing (let alone what we were doing) when we started. We had no idea how long it would take to release the film, no idea that the film would lead to podcasts, conferences, and an enduring ministry to homeschool families. We had no idea where we…

  • Raising Spiritual Champions: Cracking the Code on a Biblical Worldview with Dr. George Barna

    “Everything kept coming back to worldview.” – Dr. George Barna What does it take to raise “spiritual champions” – children who are grounded in a Biblical worldview and grow into faithful, bold, unwavering Christian adults? Dr. George Barna’s extensive research, which encompassed over 200 national studies, led him to a resounding conclusion – everything comes back to worldview. “I think it’s incumbent upon us to crack the code on worldview because if we don’t, we will continue to stumble in the dark.” – Dr. George Barna In a thought-provoking discussion on the Schoolhouse Rocked Podcast, Yvette Hampton sat down with Dr. Barna to discuss his findings and share the lessons…

  • Nervous and Excited: This Public School Teacher Knew She Didn’t Want Her Children Attending Her School

    We recently received an amazing email from a mom after she watched Schoolhouse Rocked: The Homeschool Revolution. Sherrie and her husband are both public school teachers in New York City, but Sherrie heard about Schoolhouse Rocked on the Parenting with Ginger Hubbard podcast and her curiosity led her to watch the film. Here’s what she had to say… “I just wanted to say thank you for creating such a well done, modern and balanced representation of homeschooling in our country. It was not only inspirational and motivating for me who is still equally nervous as I am excited, but it also affirmed our decision to homeschool for the very first time.It’s funny and truly sad how…

  • Hope is Alive: Winning the Fight to Save our Families and our Nation

    “No matter what happens in American politically… our job is to serve God and serve our fellow man, regardless of those outer circumstances.” Rick Green Yvette Hampton recently sat down for a thought-provoking conversation with “America’s Constitution Coach” Rick Green, which challenges common misconceptions surrounding Christians’ role in society, advocating for active engagement in the civic process, from the local level to the federal level. With thought-provoking insights and a passion for preserving liberty, Rick’s words resonate deeply, offering hope and inspiration for families who want to preserve our republic. A Critical Misunderstanding: One of the key mistakes that many citizens believe is that that Christians should stay out of…

  • Exploring the Public School Conflict: Lessons from History

    “Education is very powerful. We’ve accomplished wonderful things through education, but also great evils have come through the education system.” John Stamper Yvette Hampton recently interviewed John Stamper, an educator with a diverse background in both public and private schools. Stamper, author of Conflicted: Pulling Back the Curtain on Public Education, shared his experiences as a homeschool graduate turned long-time public school teacher and his insights regarding the conflict that these schools present for teachers, students, and parents. Exploring The Public School Conflict: John Stamper’s journey began in a small rural community in Indiana, where the local public school had allowed outside community groups, like the Gideons, to distribute Bibles…

  • Moms on a Mission

    Yvette Hampton joined the Moms on a Mission Podcast to expose myths of homeschooling and explains the dire need for our children to be indoctrinated with the truth of Jesus and a Godly worldview instead of the anti-God agenda of the public school system along with some private schools. Watch the interview on Rumble. Listen to the interview on Apple Podcasts or search for Moms on a Mission on your favorite podcast app. In the interview she shares how she and her husband did not have children for the first 11 years of their marriage and they knew when they did, they definitely did not want to homeschool them. But,…

  • Rediscovering the Power of Family in Education

    Recently on the Schoolhouse Rocked podcast, host Yvette Hampton had an enlightening conversation with Alex Newman and Leigh Bortins on the Declaration of Educational Independence, and about the urgent need to redefine education in America. This thought-provoking interview discusses the reasons behind the growing recognition that the current public school system is failing our children and proposes an alternative approach rooted in the fundamental principles of family government. Recognizing the Problem: As the communication delved into the issue of government involvement in education, both Newman and Bortins stressed the importance of defining the end goal and principles underlying the educational system. As Newman states, “We need an end goal. We…

  • Homeschooling with Confidence: Israel Wayne on Avoiding Common Pitfalls in Home Education

    “The goal of the parent should not be to try to force all these billions of bits of information into their child’s brain. It should be teaching your child how to learn rather than…cramming your child’s head full of information bits.” Israel Wayne Homeschooling offers a unique opportunity for parents to tailor their child’s education to their individual needs and strengths. However, it is not without its challenges. Thankfully, long-time home education leader, author and speaker, Israel Wayne, an early homeschool graduate himself, lays out the key factors in avoiding the pitfalls of homeschooling. Israel joined Yvette for a session of our 2023 Homegrown Generation Family Expo and shared a…