Gregg Harris

Gregg Harris is an evangelist in the spirit and example of George Whitefield. He does his work as an ambassador for Christ through the presentation of professional quality conferences, seminars and workshops. According to the Home School Legal Defense Association, his work helped launch the Christian homeschooling movement in the United States, Canada, Australia, and Mexico from 1981 through the mid-1990s. His book The Christian Home School was a Christian Booksellers Association best seller.

Despite dropping out of high school at age 15, he went on to graduate at the top of his class at Centerville Bible College (Ohio) and then continued his studies at the University of Dayton and Wright State University. He now has over 36 years experience in evangelical teaching ministry. He is the director of the Noble Institute for Leadership Development, a non-profit educational organization. He is also the founding missionary pastor of the Household of Faith network of churches, a member of the Board of Directors for the HSLDA Homeschool Foundation and To Every Tribe Ministries.

Gregg Harris's seven children have also gained varying levels of fame within the homeschool and wider Christian community. His oldest son, Joshua Harris, is the author of I Kissed Dating Goodbye, Boy Meets Girl, Sex Is Not the Problem (Lust Is), and Stop Dating the Church, the first of which has sold over 1 million copies. Gregg’s twin sons, Alex and Brett, are the hosts of “The Rebelution,” a Christian teen website, and authors of the book Do Hard Things: A Teenage Rebellion Against Low Expectations. Gregg was married for 35 years to his dear wife Sono, until loosing her to cancer in 2010. Gregg and Sono's three younger children live at home.

In: 2014 Conference - Duluth
Fri, 04/11/2014
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KEYNOTE: Why do people do the things that they do? In this fourth session (the first keynote) of the Raising Kids to Do Hard Things series, there will be an opportunity for the many who are trapped in false assurance of their salvation to be brought... More
In: 2014 Conference - Duluth
Sat, 04/12/2014
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KEYNOTE: In this sixth session (the second keynote) of the Raising Kids to Do Hard Things series, there will be an overview of what has happened to this world, how the idea of being a teenager has developed in history and why it is so important for... More
In: 2014 Conference - Duluth
Fri, 04/11/2014
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In this first session, there will be an overview of the productive potential of the household and all the forms of provision God has already made through its proper management.
In: 2014 Conference - Duluth
Fri, 04/11/2014
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In this second session, the three purposes of marriage will be examined, Christian wedding vows will be either renewed or anticipated and the difference between men and women will be celebrated.
In: 2014 Conference - Duluth
Fri, 04/11/2014
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In this third session, the place of biblical work as a means of doing well for oneself by doing good for others will be restored and a few simple strategies of financial stewardship will be presented.
In: 2014 Conference - Duluth
Sat, 04/12/2014
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In this fifth session, the purpose of children, child training, and delight-directed education will be explored in the light of God's Word. Boredom and loneliness will be redefined as God-given appetites for true learning and deeper friendships... More
In: 2014 Conference - Duluth
Sat, 04/12/2014
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In the seventh session, the home will be viewed as an embassy of the kingdom of God and Biblical hospitality will be presented as a means to enrich the family educationally, financially, socially, and politically.
In: 2014 Conference - Duluth
Sat, 04/12/2014
Price: $4.00 (MP3 Download)
Finally in the eighth session, the civic and political aspect of the Christian household will be presented as a powerful means to speak out for justice for the poor, protection for the weak and life for the unborn, through wise involvement in... More