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May / June 2004

The Best Preventative Medicine

What are mandatory reporters?

Quick tickets to a social services investigation

Freedom watch

Same-sex marriage: Not a tangential battle
Across the states
About campus

"Intelligence" takes on new meaning
Active cases
Members only

Wanted: Words from the wise
Around the globe

Netherlands victory

Canadian Supreme Court affirms parental rights
Presidents Page

Not in vain


HSLDA social services contact policy/A plethora of forms

HSLDA legal inquiries

Prayer & Praise

On the other hand: a Contrario Sensu




Wanted: Words from the wise

Proverbs 18 offers a wealth of wisdom on listening and speaking. Verse 15 says, "The heart of the discerning acquires knowledge; the ears of the wise seek it out" (NIV). Well, we'd like to take a cue from Proverbs and listen to you. Home School Legal Defense Association wants to seek out the wisdom of our "seasoned" members.

If one or more of your students has graduated from your homeschool high school program, we'd like you to offer some words of inspiration to parents who are just beginning their homeschool journey.

"The words of a man's mouth are deep waters," says Proverbs 18:4. Will you draw out of your deep well of homeschool experience the cool waters of reflection? We are particularly interested in receiving insights that you think will encourage families to keep on homeschooling, even when the journey gets tough.

Email your comments (200–300 words) to info@hslda.org with the subject line "wise words." Selected submissions may be quoted on HSLDA's website and/or in our publications, articles, and communications with our members.

Thanks for being willing to share what God has poured into your life! Proverbs 18:21 makes it clear that our words have power, even the "power of life and death." Your words have the potential of giving life to hopes and dreams that may be dying!

Chuck Hurst
Director of Membership