NWA Homeschool Event

Please join us for a Northwest Arkansas Homeschool Event on June  17-18, 2022.

Cornerstone Homeschool Connection is hosting a NWA Homeschool Event at Cornerstone’s Event Center in Lowell, AR. You are invited to join us for an amazing weekend of homeschool encouragement and support.


$10 Tickets cover Friday night dinner & all day Saturday. Click Here for Tickets


Friday Night  6:30 - 8:30 p.m. Dinner with Sam Sorbo - Home Learning - What About Socialization?  (and Other Parental Concerns)


Saturday Schedule

10-11 a.m. Jerry Cox/David Cox, Family Council/Education Alliance - Homeschooling in Arkansas

11-12 p.m. Sam Sorbo - Curricula for the Home Learning Parent

1-2 p.m. Sam Sorbo - Being a Super Mom (without really trying)

2-3 p.m. Pastor Dana Williams -Faithful Fatherhood: Leading a Gospel Centric Home

**If you are considering homeschooling, new to homeschooling, or in the middle of the journey, this is an event you will not want to miss! Tickets are limited and for adults only (with the exception of nursing lap babies).

The weekend includes:

Friday night dinner * door prizes * speaking sessions * opportunity to meet other homeschool parents *

support & encouragement!


Sam Sorbo, education freedom advocate and expert on home learning, is our featured speaker for the weekend.

Sam Sorbo is an education freedom advocate and the host of the Underground Education community. She is an award-winning actress, author, and host of School’s Out with Sam Sorbo on Epoch TV. She has home educated her three children for well over a decade. Her books They’re YOUR Kids (Reveille Press, 2017), Teach from Love: A School Year Devotional for Families (Broadstreet, 2019), and Words for Warriors (Humanix, 2021) are available at SamSorbo.com.



Jerry Cox is the founder and president of Family Council.  He began Family Council in 1989 after a successful effort to amend the Arkansas Constitution to prevent the use of public funds for abortions.  He is the founder of the Education Alliance, the Arkansas Physician’s Resource Council, and the Arkansas Justice Institute.  In 2004 he spearheaded a successful effort to amend the Arkansas Constitution to define marriage as the union of one man and one woman.  In 2008 Jerry led a successful effort to pass the Arkansas Adoption and Foster Care Act. Between fundraising, public speaking, leading the staff, lobbying, and writing, Jerry maintains an active role in ensuring that Family Council continues to serve the people of Arkansas as it has for more than 30 years. He and his wife reside in Little Rock. They have four sons.

David Cox is the Assistant Director of Family Council, a conservative pro-family organization based in Little Rock. David grew up in Little Rock and was home schooled as a child. Today, he and his wife home school their four children. David helps Family Council analyze public policy in Arkansas. He also helps support home schooling in Arkansas through Family Council’s home school office, the Education Alliance.




Dana Williams is the senior pastor at Cornerstone Baptist Church. He came to Cornerstone with his wife and 3 children in July 2011. He places a strong emphasis on the expository teaching and preaching of the Word of God. Pastor Williams attended college at Central Baptist College and Southeastern Baptist College. He has a master’s degree from Tennessee Temple Baptist Theological Seminary. In 2019 he co-authored with his wife, The Eden Concept: Marriage God’s Way. His belief that marriage and the family is under attack fuels his burden for strengthening Christian families and the local church (a family of families).



For questions or additional information please email, homeschool@cbcnwa.com.