Special Features for 2018


Opening the Annual Conference, for the first time ever...


Men's Chorus

A volunteer, non-auditioned Men’s Chorus will perform, Teach Me Thy Way, O Lord, especially arranged for this occasion by Neil M. Craig.

ALL MEN, aged 18+, are invited to sing if they have learned the music! This arrangement will not be difficult, so if you are able to sing one of the parts – you are in!



  • Any shade of a solid blue shirt
  • Dark pants
  • Ties will be provided


  • Thursday: 7:15 – 8:00 pm
  • Location: Chorale Room


Microphone Check

  • Friday: 8:00-8:30 am
  • Location: On stage in the Worship Center
  • Singers need to be dressed in their performance attire


  • Friday 8:50 am: Assemble back stage in the Worship Center
  • Friday 9:00 am: Proceed to stage in the Worship Center
  • Friday 9:03 am: Perform Teach Me Thy Way, O Lord


  • Teach Me Thy Way, O Lord

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  • Select the part you want to sing and know it very well when you come to the Thursday evening rehearsal.
  • Black music folders will be provided

Christian Heritage Choristers


Another first this year, children ages 6-12 will have an opportunity to sing in a children’s choir and perform one song during the 2018 annual conference!

Memorize the song at home, and join the Choristers!  




  • White blouses/shirts
  • Dark skirts/pants
  • A “conductor’s hat” will be provided for each singer


  • Friday:  12:45-1:30 pm
  • Location:  Chorale Room


Microphone Check

  • Friday:  5:45-6:00 pm
  • Location: On stage in the Worship Center
  • Singers need to be dressed in their performance attire


  • Friday:  6:20 pm - Assemble on stage in the Worship Center to prepare to sing
  • Friday:  6:30 pm – The first presentation on Family Night
  • Location: On stage in the Worship Center
  • The children will be dismissed at the conclusion of their song to join their parents.


  • This Train, arr. by Donald Moore

  • Music will be sent by mail
  • Listen to the Music - CLICK HERE
  • Select the part that best fits the vocal range of your child.


  • The music must be memorized before the conference
  • Able to sing their part with confidence
  • Follow the dress code
  • Prompt attendance at the Rehearsal, Microphone Check, and Performance.

Purpose and Goal

  • For the children to enjoy an experience that will encourage them in their musical journey and to see how their singing can bless others.

Christian Heritage Homeschooler's Mini Concert

Christian Heritage invites home educated students & families to perform




Friday evening is Family Night at our annual state conference, April 26-28, 2018 - and we want to fill the stage with homeschool families and students willing to share their blessings in talent!  If you know talented young people or families who could bless us at the conference, please urge them to apply.

Audition Guidelines

Audition Application

Submission Deadline: March 16, 2018


Family Night


Free to the Public

Friday Evening, 6:30-8:30

Bring your family and friends free of charge to the Christian Heritage Conference “Family Night” on Friday, April 27. The evening will include something for each member of your family to enjoy starting with a Mini Concert featuring a variety of presentations, all performed by homeschool students!




Next, we will hear the gripping story told by Dr. Steve Scheibner, the pilot originally scheduled to fly American Airlines Flight 11 out of Boston, MA — the first plane to hit the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001.

And to end the evening Dr. Scheibner will share the urgent keynote message, Living on Borrowed Time: The Nine Practices of the Proactive Parent


Christian Heritage Chorale & Orchestra

Performance: Closing the General Session on Saturday

Pre-Registration is Open!

Taking part in the Christian Heritage Choral and Orchestra is an exciting opportunity to join other homeschoolers, 13 and older, in lifting up your voices or playing your instrument for the glory of God. You won’t want to miss participating in the stirring performance! Choral Pass Pre-Registration is required by April 16, 2018; early registration is recommended. Canadian residents, register by March 16, 2018, to receive music before the conference. NO Chorale registration at the door.

  •  Choral Requirements: A basic ability to read music and sing parts
  •  Class Time: Two 1-hour sessions each day
  •  Practice in Advance: Printed music will be sent to you

Dress Code:

  • Ladies: White blouse; ankle-length black skirt (no high slits); black hose; black dress shoes.
  • Men: White long-sleeved shirt; black pants; black socks; dark dress shoes. Black bow ties will be provided.

Participation in the Christian Heritage Orchestra is by invitation only. Auditions will be held for those who want to take part in this instrumental group.





And Can it Be - Timpani




Christian Heritage Silent Auction


Bid on all kinds of products, services and interesting experiences offered by family owned and well-known businesses alike! All proceeds from the auction will help Christian Heritage further equip parents to make disciples for Jesus Christ one child at a time.

If you’d like to contribute items or services and advertise your business by donating to the auction, please click the button below.

Auction Information will be available SOON! 



LIVE Stream at HOME!

Do you wish your out-of-state friends and family could experience the Christian Heritage Washington State Family Discipleship & Homeschooling Conference? Can't make it yourself this year? You can join in and be blessed via live stream!

Don't let geography keep you from two full days of hope, encouragement, and inspiration!

Live Streaming Registration Available March 31st! 



Fathers' and Sons' Breakfast

Saturday morning at 6:45 am, our guest, a seven foot-tall, former Big Ten and professional basketball player, Dan Kreft, says, “I’m a blood-bought and bullet-proof child of the King by election, a software engineer by trade, a teacher by gifting, and a Christian apologist and author by passion.” Dan’s engaging message will inspire and encourage our growth in godliness as fathers and sons - especially in our relationships. Connect with others in this Kingdom calling!

Doors will open at 6:45 a.m. for you to promptly receive your morning breakfast. Space is limited – so register quickly!

Pre-Registration is Open!



Pastors’ and Church Leaders' Workshop

The Church in a Pickle

Dr. Carlton McLeod declares that a true look finds the church in America between the world and God’s Word. Many have the best intentions for the Lord’s work, but find themselves stuck between decades following the world and the need to return to Scripture; stuck between man’s desire to hear pleasant words yet seeing a lessening influence on culture. Dr. McLeod examines this dilemma, this “pickle,” for the leaders of today’s church. This workshop is especially for pastors, church leaders, and those who aspire to this level of leadership - but all are welcome (no pre-registration needed).



ACTION Photography Team

Learn, practice, and master the principles of successful event photography! When you join the ACTION, you are joining the Christian Heritage Conference Photography Team to learn and practice skills required to cover the photography needs of a large event. ACTION is a full-fledged course lasting the duration of the conference. Under the guidance and instruction of an experienced event photographer, learn how to effectively capture the moment, create consistently bright and sharp images in difficult lighting situations, and expedite post-processing workflow for meeting time-sensitive deadlines. It doesn’t get more hands-on than this! ACTION is geared for “beyond beginner” level photographers.

Get More Information Here! Pre-Registration is Open!



Christian Heritage Support Team

Appreciation Banquet

Saturday Evening, April 28, 2018, 7:00-9:00

Overlake Christian Church 

With gratitude for the important investment by many to this ministry, the Christian Heritage Board will host an invitation-only banquet following the conference for our Speakers, Support Team donors (those who have contributed a minimum of $500 annually), and Volunteers.