Jeremiah Lorrig
Director of HSLDA’s Media Relations


As Director of HSLDA’s Media Relations, Jeremiah brings his passion and experience together as a spokesman and advocate for homeschoolers across the country. Jeremiah worked in several different nonprofit organizations both in Colorado Springs and Washington D.C. Jeremiah has participated in over a dozen get-out-the-vote efforts coast to coast on the national, state, and local levels. He also assisted organizing Generation Joshua’s national deployment efforts in 2008 and 2009, and headed the 2010 and 2011 GenJ election efforts, netting over two million voter contacts over those four years. Jeremiah teaches the Constitution, government, and politics to high school students, and works with elected officials and campaigns across the country. He also administers two political action committees and is a international delegate from the Young Republican National Federation to the pro-democracy organization International Young Democrat Union.



Title:Back to the Basics: Three Keys to Winning the Culture War—Prayer, Bible study, and the Gathering of Believers
Length:45–60 minutes
Type:General Session, Workshop
Topic:Motivational, Spiritual
Audience:Parents, Teens
Description:Christians have forgotten foundational truths that are necessary for maintaining their integrity. For thousands of years, one thing that has been common with all believers is reading the Bible, seeking God’s will in prayer, and a consistent gathering of the brothers and sisters of Christ. In his talk, Jeremiah encourages Christians to focus on the log in our own eye before taking on splinters in the eyes of others.

Title:Effective Communication Inside and Outside the Circle
Length:45–60 minutes
Type:General Session, Workshop
Topic:Encouragement, Motivational, Spiritual
Audience:Parents, Teens
Description:Homeschoolers need to be able to speak the language of those they are talking to. If that is a friend at church they need to be ready and able to speak and understand “Christian” words like “grace” and “sanctification.” But if we are talking with people outside of that setting we need to understand that “grace” might just be what is said before a meal. Effective communication means knowing your audience and making sure that the words you use communicate the message you are bringing, not falling into a stereotype.

Title:Generation Joshua: Civics Education with an Impact!
Length:45–60 minutes
Type:General Session, Workshop
Topic:Education, Political, Teens
Audience:Parents, Teens
Description:How do you make a difference while learning about government hands on? Jeremiah talks about how hands-on learning in programs like Generation Joshua not only teaches students about how the government works but also does it in a way that allows them to see that even though they do not have a vote, they can make a difference. We have to be intentional with how we teach our children about government taking into account the fact that not everyone will grow up to be president. However, every one of our kids will grow up to be citizens, and Jeremiah talks about how to equip them for that privilege.


If you would like to schedule Jeremiah Lorrig as a speaker for your next event, please contact him at media@hslda.org.


Jeremiah is willing to negotiate travel, hotel, and speaker costs.


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