|Homeschooling Around the World||Vol. 52, Prg. 16–20|
May 10–14, 2004
Homeschooling has finally earned a place in American education. In the rest of the world, it's a fledgling phenomenon. Many governments forbid it, and homeschoolers in other countries have limited access to curricula and support.
That's why Sandra Lovelace founded Project Prisca. This week with Mike Smith, she shares her vision for serving homeschoolers around the world and how you can be a part of it.
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Sandra Lovelace and her husband, Curt, are homeschool pioneers. They began educating their oldest daughter at home in 1980, continuing on with both daughters into their college years. Providing support for the homeschool experience of their grandchildren brings them much delight. They consider their 35-year marriage and family to be their greatest accomplishment in the Lord.
Curt and Sandra are co-directors of Lifework Forum, a speaking and writing ministry that applies the truths of Romans 12:1-2 to all of life. They present material to audiences wherever they are called and have authored numerous articles appearing in a variety of publications. Sandra's first book, Homeschooling Step By Step, is under consideration for publication. Sandra is an active pastor's wife who developed Project Prisca, the international outreach of their ministry, to meet the needs of homeschoolers around the globe.
Would you like to help support homeschooling in other countries? To find out more about Project Prisca, or to contact Sandra Lovelace, visit the website of Lifework Forum.
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