Family Tree Private School

Ministry Opertations

Our mission is to evangelize, edify and educate compels us to take advantage of all kinds of opportunities including public speaking, television and radio appearances, working with the Florida Legislature, music performances, and education programs including develop farming and outdoor survival skills.


Public Speaking

Nancy and Bob speak at events, such as educational workshops, churches, parent meetings and community events. In past years they have been invited speakers at the Florida Coalition of Christian Private Schools Association (FCCPSA), and the Florida Parent Educator's Association (FPEA) Leaders Forum, as well as local and statewide town hall meetings.

TV Show: Bob and Nancy on American Free Speech TV taking calls from viewers on Education and Homeschooling Issues.

 Legislation and Policy

Meetings with policy makers are important so they are properly educated on the issues.

Senator Arronberg and Nancy

Nancy visited senator Arronberg in Tallahassee. This meeting dealt with education legislation and scholarships for homeschoolers and disabled students for which we had a program.  In our program parents chose where their tax dollars went for tutoring and therapy services for their children. Our program lasted for 4 years until new requirements were introduced to make it harder to qualify.  We met every audit standard except the new requirement that our students stay in one building all day. This was something we were not going to force our parents to do.

Lobbyist Mike Peak, Sentator Constantine and Nancy

Nancy visited in Tallahassee with Mike Peak and senator Constantine regarding home education legislation, and scholarships for home-bound disabled students in Family Tree Private School.

Nancy Moral Speaking at the Florida Senate Sub-Committee on Education
Speaking at the Florida Senate Sub-Committee on Education
Nancy Moral Speaking at the Convention Centers on Disabilities Awareness
Speaking at the Convention Centers on Disabilities Awareness
Click Here for a 10 minute on-line course on how a
new law can have an impact on current statutes.



                                                                                                                                                                             "The Farm"

The farm project at "Rubicon Ranch" enables us to develop educational programs, publications,
curriculum, and resources for career development, gardening, self-sufficiency, and outdoor education.  We enjoy many affiliations, such as with a Christian coalitions, Florida Virtual School, colleges, neighbors and local farmers. Click Here to see what what we do, (please make copies and share), and Click Here to see the story of how we found the property!

Bob Moral, Ministry Director
Family Tree's Homesteader's Motto: Conserve - Preserve - Deserve
Screened in Outdoor Kitchen
Rows of Corn, one of 12 crops to teach self-sufficient living
Rows of Corn, one of 12 crops to teach self-sufficient living
Click the picture to order seeds!
Outdoor garden solar heated shower
Click Here to get a copy of our food storage and preservation booklet, Ways to Preserve Food (Donations accepted)
Contact us to come out and take a tour. There are up to 20 different kinds of edible plants on the property. Click on each picture to see identification features of each plant.

Here are just a few:

Rattlesnake Root
Black Cherry
American Nightshade

CLICK BELOW for a copy of our booklet, Ways to Preserve Food - An Overview

Preserving food has become an important focus of many families. After reading this article, you will understand what is involved in preserving and be able to decide if it’s for you. Food prices are soaring, and food quality and quantities are decreasing. You can save lots of money by buying things on sale or take advantage of bulk purchases because you can preserve the food and use it later. You will be protecting yourself and your family by having safely stored nutritious food in the event of an emergency; and you can help your neighbors. With all these pluses it’s a wonder why everyone isn’t preserving food.
Methods for preserving will be discussed in enough detail for you to learn about the primary ways to preserve foods, the pitfalls to look out for that can interfere with good practices, and how you can adopt a preserving program.

Bob teaches boys and young men through team sports the importance of discipline, lasting friendships and supporting each other. Some of the focus in Family Tree Ministries is also to teach hunting safety and outdoor survival skills including the responsible harvesting of animals.

Bob Moral with Boys Building Camp
Boys Building Camp
Bob Moral with Boy Survivial and Hunting Safety
Boy Survivial and Hunting Safety
Bob Moral as Coach with Boys on the Baseball Team
Boys on the Baseball Team
Music, A Family Affair


We enjoy sharing our music and message. We call it "Come Hear the Inspiration" music events. This venue is at a Veteran's Extended Living Facility in Palm Beach County.


Nursing Home Music Ministry
Nancy Moral with Girls Singing at a Nursing Home
Girls Singing at a Nursing Home
Nancy Moral with Girls Singing Praise Songs
Girls Singing Praise Songs
Nancy Moral and Learning Performance Singing
Learning Performance Singing
NANCY MORAL: Speak to Me

Nancy's last music CD was completed in 2008. Click on the link to the left for more information. This CD includes original gospel songs with accompanying musicians from several churches, and is a culmination of music from the many years when Nancy was involved in a music ministry.

The newest original song can be viewed on the internet here:  Closing Time

Nancy still sings and performs at benefits, during the holidays, for home-bound persons and at Veterans centers. Another CD may be in the works in the future!

Ministry activities are all done by Volunteers through Family Tree Ministries. Other services are available on a fee based, or donation schedule.