<img height="1" width="1" src="https://www.facebook.com/tr?id=862479090496049&ev=PageView &noscript=1"/>

christian education resources

Warren Coe at MÂCHÉ


If you missed Warren's workshops at the MÂCHÉ conference you can still hear his presentations. Click on the workshop title to purchase an audio CD or MP3 download from MÂCHÉ. 


2018 Workshop | Raising our Children to Lead

This presentation provides biblical and practical tools for parents who desire to equip their children to become leaders who influence others, serve as role models and stand as spiritual pillars at home, church and workplace.


2017 Workshop | Homeschooling as Discipleship

Warren shares the lessons his family learned that have made homeschooling successful. Learn how to train up children to walk with God, help children pursue academics and work for God's glory. 


christian education ministries


Association Free Lutheran Bible School - Village Schools students can earn up to 10 college credits.

Crown College - Cover-to-Cover students can earn up to six college credits. 

MACHE - Minnesota Association of Christian Home Educators. See how Cover-to-Cover can help fulfill high courses.

University of Northwestern, St. Paul. Cover-to-Cover students can earn up to six university credits.

Credits Before College. Learn how to earn College credit inexpensively.

John Lennox - Professor of Mathematics at the University of Oxford, England, and Christian apologist.

Kris Cox - Home School consultant

HSLDA - Home School Legal Defense Assocation

North Metro Homeschool Speech. Develop confidence in public speaking.

South HeightsTruth Academy and West are three of many home school co-ops in the Twin Cities metro.

The Virtues Campus. Learn about taking a Biblically integrated online liberal arts education.


books and related resources


Ready to Launch: Jesus-centered parenting in a child-centered world. This is a powerful 'how-to' resource for discipling children. See our book review here.

Teaching to Change Lives - Teaching best practices from Dr. Howard Hendricks from the Center for Christian Leadership at Dallas Theological Seminary.