JENNY MORSE BIO
Jenny grew up in Los Angeles, California and currently resides in Ruston, Louisiana. After attending a performing arts magnet school, she has spent many of her adult years singing and dancing in community theater and singing on various worship teams and other church musical productions. Jenny and her husband (Tim) have homeschooled their three children from the start of their education. Their oldest is a freshman attending Louisiana Tech University as a Chemistry major and the younger children are in high school. When her daughter was diagnosed with dyslexia, Jenny began to research dyslexia and other learning disabilities and has provided dyslexic therapy for her daughter for over 10 years which eventually led her to help other dyslexic students. As she wraps up her homeschooling career, she plans to open a private tutoring business for those who struggle with any reading difficulties. She is also passionate about empowering and encouraging women who have been through difficult home lives and want to be free to serve God and help other women in turn. She believes that it only takes one generation to change the course of a family legacy and deeply desires to help families stand in that gap. Through her church, she mentors ladies and offers herself as a resource for ladies who struggle to move forward from a past of divorce, alcoholism, molestation, and anxiety. Jenny is currently serving as president of Ruston Christian Homeschoolers, leads a local co-op and serves with her husband as secretary on the state CHEF of Louisiana board.
Righting The Ship
Creating a stable, healthy and God-centered home when you weren’t given one
How do you give what you were not given? How do you change the course of your family legacy? In this session, Jenny Morse shares how though she came from an alcoholic, chaotic upbringing, she and her husband created a safe, peaceful, God-seeking home life for their children and began a new course for this next generation. Come hear how you can transform your family legacy to reflect Joshua 24:15, “As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.”
Identifying Reading Difficulties
Are you concerned about your child’s reading difficulties? Reading delays and challenges can vary in cause and severity, ranging from being a “late bloomer” to being dyslexic. Determining the cause and solution can be frustrating for both you and your child. Jenny Morse has worked for over ten years with children who struggle with reading troubles, and she continues to advise and encourage families with these issues. Come discover the clues to identifying your child’s issues, and receive some ideas and resources for improvement.