The Home School Court Report
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May / June 2005

Nourishing your special needs child

What Does HSLDA consider a special need?

HSLDA cares about special needs families

The Special Needs Fund

How Can I Help?

Helpful Resources
20-year tribute

Homeschool leader comments

Doc’s Digest
From the heart

Opportunities abound

For more information

HSF Mission Statement

From the director
Across the states
Active cases
Around the globe
Members only
About campus

Patrick Henry College dominates moot courts
President's page


On the other hand: a contrario sensu

Prayer & praise

HSLDA social services contact policy/A plethora of forms

HSLDA legal inquiries



Pray for parents who are, or are considering, homeschooling their special needs children. Ask the Lord to give them wisdom as they plan curriculum and therapy, to protect them from harassment by government officials, and to encourage them as their children make academic, emotional, and spiritual progress. (See cover story.)

Praise God for resolving investigations based on anonymous tips, loosening restrictive homeschooling regulations, and guarding families from harmful legislation. (See Across the States.)

Lift up our active and pending cases (See Active cases).

Ask the Lord to minister to contributors and grant recipients through the Home School Foundation's distribution of funds (See From the Heart).

Uphold families in Germany—and around the world—who face legal prosecution for choosing to teach their own children at home. Pray that God would give them courage, perseverance, and joy; protect them from having to serve jail time; and ultimately exonerate them from all charges and fines (See Around the Globe).

Seek God's blessing on Patrick Henry College's Class of 2005, as seniors wrap up their last semester, prepare for graduation, and finalize plans for jobs and graduate school. Pray for PHC's Teen Leadership Camp staff, who are scheduling this summer's events and registering campers. (See About Campus.)

So you shall rejoice in every good thing which the LORD your God has given to you and your house.

Deuteronomy 26:11a