Steve is a man of principle who both challenges and encourages parents to train their children for God’s glory. He is also a master mathematician who will teach home-school parents how to make the learning of math easy for their children.
~ Chris Klicka, National Center for Home Education.
Some speakers stand out as having such an excellent message combined with a wonderful way of delivering it, that you invite them back year after year … Steve Demme is such a speaker. Messages of hope for dads and families bring such encouragement to those attending our convention. Speaking with humor and wisdom, Steve is able to help families clearly see the way God intends for them to function. I highly recommend him!
~ Wendy Orth, Convention Coordinator, MassHOPE
I Enjoyed his personal stories and God’s truth applied in his own life.
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Steve and his wife Sandra have been married for 32 years. They have been blessed with four sons: Isaac, 32; Ethan, 30; Joseph, 27; and Johnny, 24. With God’s help, they have have all been home educated.
Steve addresses a variety of topics at homeschool conferences to encourage parents in their God-given responsibilities of raising and training their children for His glory.
As a former math teacher who has taught at all levels of math in public, private, and Christian schools, Steve is also the author and founder of Math-U-See. He has served in full or part time pastoral ministry for many years after graduating from Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary and has served on the boards of Joni and Friends, Christian Freedom International, and Lifework Forum.
A Word from Steve Demme
As you may have seen from my list of speaking topics, my desire is to strengthen, teach, encourage, validate, and exhort parents and families to follow the biblical model for the Christian home. I have spent years working with youth as a teacher in schools (public and Christian); as a pastor and youth leader in churches; and as a counselor and camp director at summer camps. In hindsight, I am absolutely convinced that the single most significant influence in a child’s life is that of his parents. Mentors and coaches have a valuable and influential role in the life of today’s youth, but you can’t replace Mom and Dad. Outside ministries are helpful but godly parents are essential. You may support the home, but you can’t replace it.
That the family should play such an important role in the development of children, and parents, should not be surprising since God Almighty created and designed the family. He commissioned man and his helpmeet to be fruitful, multiply, and fill the earth. The family is divinely ordained. In our day and age, this sacred institution is being attacked on all fronts.
I have a strong desire to see a balanced biblical view of the family be restored. I believe God has a wonderful plan for the Christian family and am committed to understanding more about this divine institution from His perspective.
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