Free Webinar With the Jeubs

I know this is short notice, but Wendy and I have an event tomorrow night (Thursday) that we’d like for you to attend. And it’s free!

Capped at 100, click to register.

Capped at 100, click to register.

We are scheduled for an online teaching session with Andrew Pudewa’s group (Institute for Excellence in Writing). We’re teaching on “The Speech & Debate Family,” an hour of us sharing what it’s like raising a family in speech and debate competition. If you are thinking about getting involved in what I call “the homeschool sport,” you’ll glean a lot from our hour together.

Here is the basic information:

  • Title: “Speech & Debate Family Life with Chris & Wendy Jeub”
  • Link:
  • Sponsor: Free Online Webinars with Andrew Pudewa
  • Summary: Speech and debate activities are awesome opportunities for homeschool children to learn and grow in a wholesome educational environment. It can be tremendous fun, but also exhausting. Come hear how the Jeubs manage their time, schooling, and money when it comes to getting involved with this demanding-yet-rewarding homeschool activity. Chris and Wendy Jeub have been leaders in the speech and debate movement since its inception in 1996. They have written several books on both this activity as well as their extra-large family: Chris and Wendy have 16 children (3 graduated, 5 competing now, and 8 up-and-coming). You can imagine, they have a lot to say about the Speech & Debate Family Life.

I did a webinar with Andrew Pudewa a couple weeks ago, and I had a blast. The online chat included a hundred moms and dads chatting away while Andrew and I presented the material. Afterward we were able to answer a field of questions from folks in the online room. Wendy and I are really looking forward to getting to know you a bit in this free online session.

One bad-news point: this is capped at 100 registrants. I suspect this is going to fill up fast. So, clear your Thursday evening and get registered:


About Chris & Wendy Jeub

The Jeub Family live in Monument, Colorado. They encourage couples to love God and love one another, building an atmosphere of love in their homes.

  • iwantchickens


    I just tried to use your contact form but it wasn’t working (sorry for choosing a random blog post to comment on!!). I’m just wondering where I can watch your Kids by the Dozen episode in Australia. iTunes aus doesn’t seem to have it?


    • Chris Jeub

      I don’t know where our show can be found. TLC has made it rather difficult to find.