The Team

Our team is here to serve you! We believe that God has chosen you to be with the exact family you are in to glorify God. Because of that, our team looks to do whatever it takes to make your family’s time with us as helpful and enjoyable as possible.

Some members of our team devote their time to pray and chat with you. Some of us mix sound or build websites, while others work with vendors or cook delicious food to serve at the conference. Still others speak at sessions. It takes all of us to working together to pull off a conference. We love each other and enjoy working together to provide sessions to help you on your homeschool journey.

How We Began

When Mike and Meredith Curtis and Laura Nolette started Finish Well in 2009, the rest of their congregation at Powerline Community church immediately caught the vision and jumped in to to make things happen. Now, several years later, one small local church has a giant dream: We want to be world changers and raise world changers. Our desire is to see you and your family plugged in to your local church, thriving and serving the Lord as you homeschool. Please introduce yourself to us at the conference. We want to meet you!

Local Churches for Meeting Needs

Powerline is perfectly suited to host a homeschooling conference. Most of the families in our small congregation homeschool. There is a passion for Jesus in the lives of parents and teens. No, there are definitely no perfect people here, but definitely an excitement about and dependence upon God’s grace. Our speakers are homeschooling parents or homeschool graduates. They speak from experience. We want to pray with you. Our team is here to encourage and equip you for joy and success in the homeschooling adventure.


Why do we homeschool? Because we like the results. Now, homeschooling doesn’t guarantee that you will have godly children, but it is a great venue for passing our faith to the next generation.

You Can Get Through High School

At Finish Well, we realize that high school is more challenging than the earlier years because of the pressure of graduation, college, scholarships, and career decisions. Because of that, we focus not only on how to teach your younger children, but even more so on homeschooling your teenagers. We want to help you realize that just as you homeschooled in the earlier years, you can continue to homeschool through high school.