Overview

As the homeschool mom of five sons, Pathway to Liberty developed because Jayme felt that the homeschool curriculums she had been using offered them a shallow form of what she desired for them. She wanted them to have more; strong character, a Biblical worldview, an understanding of history, and the foundations of our nation. Simply stated, she wants them to live free; first within their souls, and next to maintain and advance liberty in their spheres of influence.

As a speaker, she has written and lead Bible studies, educational seminars, and conferences. She’s been involved in numerous organizations, such as MOPS, Aglow International, Just Give Me Jesus with Ann Graham Lotz, Florida Parent Education Association, Southeast Homeschool Expo, Great Homeschool Conventions, Home Educators Association of Virginia, Teach Them Diligently Homeschool Convention, among others.

Jayme customizes her topics to the needs of each group. She is proficient in the timeless documents of liberty, speaking from a principled perspective that compels listeners.

Settings include large conferences, business seminars, small-group settings as well as one-on-one tutorials.

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      3 Ideas to Keep Heritage Alive at Thanksgiving

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      Principles of Liberty

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      Noah Webster & Preserving Liberty

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