Biblical Math Workshops/Homeschool Workshops

Looking for biblical math information? Please visit our biblical math page for information and resources.

A Note from Katherine: Over the last decade, I’ve been honored to share on teaching math from a biblical worldview, along with various other topics. I love helping parents understand the worldview battle in math and be encouraged that the God who created it can help them teach it. Practical information and helpful ideas are presented within the framework of the big picture of how biblical principles truly can transform our view of math. Both in math and other topics, my workshops also include honest looks at the struggles I and my family have had—and at the truths and reality of God’s grace that’s offered to us all.


Katherine also offers a talk with encouragement for young ladies, as well as additional topics upon request.

Interested in having us conduct a workshop?

Please contact for more information and sample CDs. We are based near Atlanta, GA, but are willing to travel as the Lord leads.

Speaker Information

Katherine Loop HannonKatherine [Loop] Hannon is a homeschool graduate and the author of various resources, including Master Book’s Principles of Mathematics (a biblical worldview junior high program), Algebra 2, and multiple eCourses. Understanding the biblical worldview in math made a tremendous difference in her life, and she’s been researching, writing, and speaking on math, as well as other topics for over a decade now. Her heart is to point people to “seek the Lord, and His strength” (Psalm 104:4) in everything. She resides with her husband and child near Atlanta, Georgia.

Past speaking engagements:
Teach Them Diligently – TN – 2019
Teach Them Diligently – GA – 2019
INCH Conference – MI – May 2018
Homeschool Fitting-It-All-In Summit – Online – 2018
2017 Virginia Homeschool Convention (HEAV) – VA – June 2017
Homeschool Curriculum Summit – Online – 2018
2016 Virginia Homeschool Convention Vendor Workshop (HEAV) – VA – June 2016
2015 AFHE Homeschool Convention – AZ – July 2015
2015 Virginia Homeschool Convention (HEAV) – VA – June 2015
2013 Michigan Home Education Conference (INCH) – MI – May 2013
29th Annual Virginia Homeschool Convention (HEAV) – VA – June 2012
Tri Counties Homeschool Convention (TCHEN) – CA – July 2011
NCHE Conference and Book Fair – NC – May 2011
27th Annual Virginia Homeschool Convention (HEAV) – VA – June 2010
CHAP Homeschool Convention – PA – May 2009
SHN Homeschool Conference – TX – April 2009
Ultimate Online Homeschool Expo – Online – Spring 2008
24th Home Educator’s Association of Virginia Convention – VA – June 2007
MassHOPE Homeschool Convention – MA – April 2007
23rd Home Educator’s Association of Virginia Convention – VA – June 2006
Christian Center School – VA
Various homeschool support groups


(Additional feedback and references available upon request.)

“This made my whole weekend. I could go home now and feel encouraged in my faith and homeschool…Math is my “weak link” and I feel so encouraged that God will use my weakness to show himself strong.”

“I realized I had a neutral view of math. I suppose I never really considered it could be taught from a biblical perspective…I love that all the glory is given to God.”
– Shannon Kleckner, homeschool mom

“This speech was extremely encouraging for me! Just what I needed to hear at this point in my life. It especially spoke to me since the words came from a homeschool graduate herself, and not a homeschool mom!”
Kim Wood, homeschool mom

“I loved her honesty and transparency. Very encouraging to hear a child’s perspective!”

“I loved the encouragement to seek our amazing God in every area of life. What a wonderful reminder—and good practical advice on implementation in the area of mathematics.”

“Katherine’s information is transforming my view of math!”

Workshop Descriptions

Math from a Biblical Worldview?
We see God’s hand in science and history, but what about in math? While most of us have come to look upon math as “neutral,” it’s not! Worldviews do matter in math—and there’s much more to looking at math from a biblical worldview than adding a scripture or Bible word problem to the lesson. Come discover biblical principles that make math come alive and give math meaning, helping children really understand what they’re learning. Find out how “neutral” presentations are really not neutral. Leave equipped to begin looking at and teaching math from a new perspective!

Math: Declaring God’s Praises
From sunflowers to giraffes, math helps us explore God’s handiwork, seeing everywhere evidence of faithfulness, wisdom, and care. Discover math in a whole new light!

Math Through History
Discover how throughout history, math has been used to explore God’s creation. Math will come alive as you see how different people have used it, and your faith will be built up as you see how the Bible gives us answers for why math works–and how many of the worlds greatest scientists/mathematicians recognized there had to be a Creator.

Revealing Arithmetic from a Biblical Worldview
How can counting, addition, multiplication, fractions, exponents, and other concepts in arithmetic be taught in such a way that children learn to see and use them as a God-given tool—and worship the Lord in math? In this workshop, Katherine will explore several arithmetic concepts, offering ideas and inspiration to help you transform your math class.

geometryRevealing Geometry from a Biblical Worldview
What worldview is coming across in your student’s geometry class? In this workshop, Katherine looks past the proofs and constructions we typically see as geometry, offering ideas on how to teach it as a real-life, God-given tool that points us to the Creator. We’ll touch on various concepts, from basic shape identification up to proofs and theorems.

algebraRevealing Algebra from a Biblical Worldview
Overwhelmed by variables and exponents? In this workshop, Katherine cuts through the confusion, revealing algebra for what it is: a method of recording the consistencies God created and sustained. Leave with a new outlook on algebra and ideas on how to teach it from a biblical perspective.

Unraveling Evangelism – We want to see the lost come to Christ, but a lot of us feel very inadequate and scared when it comes to actually sharing our faith. Come be equipped and encouraged to share the best news in the world!

Christ at the Center of Every Subject…Including Math! – There’s not a subject in which Christ cannot be our focus. Come be equipped and encouraged to keep your entire school day centered around the Lord and to teach your children to “Seek the LORD and his strength; seek his presence continually!” (Psalm 105:4 esv). Teach them not only the academics, but also the lifelong habit of running to Christ.


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