The Home School Court Report
VOLUME XVIII, NUMBER 3
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MAY / JUNE 2002
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Cover Story
In the hands of providence

From pickup trucks and shotgun racks to a new attitude

Regular Features
Around the globe

Freedom watch

A Contrario Sensu

Active cases

Notes to members

Prayer and praise

President's page

F.Y.I
HSLDA social services contact policy

A plethora of forms

Across the States
State by State



Praise God for turning the hearts of the Providence School Committee to acknowledge and approve four families it had previously denied the right to home school.(See Cover Story).

Lift up our nation's leaders and military personnel involved in Operation Enduring Freedom. Pray for military families waiting at home.

Praise God for new opportunities families have to share the gospel of Jesus Christ following the September 11 attacks. Ask Him to use this witness to bring many around the world to saving faith in Christ through these difficult times.

Thank the Lord that a legislative attack on Czech freedom was halted and pray for protection and expansion of home schooling freedom in that country. (See Around the Globe)

Ask God to bless National Center for Home Education staff as they monitor important home school issues at the federal level. (See Freedom Watch)

Thank the Lord for protecting home schooling families who faced truancy contacts, social workers, or hostile school officials recently. (See Across the States).

Pray for our active and pending cases. More...

Pray the Lord for the Home School Foundation's funds--especially lift up the Special Needs Children's Fund. More...

Ask God to guide, provide for, and bless parents who are considering home schooling their children for the first time.

Pray for home schooling parents who face difficulties such as tight finances, unemployment, severe illness, a rebellious child, or divorce.

Lift up Patrick Henry College's first graduating class, current students on summer break, construction of new dorms, hiring of additional faculty, and new students to arrive in the fall.
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The LORD is good to those who wait for Him, to the soul who seeks Him. It is good that one should hope and wait quietly for the salvation of the LORD.

Lamentations 3:25-26 (NKJ)