of Communications faculty member Mark Fox presented two workshops
at the North Carolinians for Home Education (NCHE) State Convention
in Winston-Salem May 26-28, 2005.
The two sessions
were: "Two Roosters in the Same House" and "Writing to Confront
the Culture." In the first workshop, he discussed the transition
from boyhood to manhood that sons 11-18 go through and how fathers
can help them succeed and realize who they are created to be. Fox's
son, Caleb (17), spoke at the workshop. In the second workshop,
he explained why we need to write, how writing can effectively engage
and confront the culture and how to get started.
between 7,000 and 9,000 participants at the NCHE event.
Fox is also teaching a hybrid on-line/on-site course in Interpersonal
Communications for the students at Verity in Flint, Michigan. "They
have submitted three papers to me already," Fox explained,
"they will write two more before August, and I will meet with
the students on-site August 8-12."
Rev. Fox also delivered the graduation address for the Central Carolina
Home Educators in Lexington, N.C., May 14; preached at an interdenominational,
interracial Youth Revival at Faith Baptist Church in Gibsonville
May 3; and served as a judge at a homeschoolers' Individual Events
and Debate Tournament in Charlotte April 7.