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The Home School Foundation

Vol. 54, Prg. 26–30
August 30–September 3, 2004


Some homeschoolers need a helping hand. Whether they're struggling financially, trying to continue homeschooling after the death of a spouse, or raising a child with special needs, they face extraordinary challenges. That's why Home School Legal Defense Association established the Home School Foundation. The Foundation's motto is "Giving . . . the heart of homeschooling."

This week, HSF Board Member Rogers Hellman joins host Mike Smith to share how God is using the Foundation to encourage and support homeschool families around the world. If you want to be involved in this exciting endeavor, tune in to find out how the Foundation links people like you with fellow homeschoolers in need.

Program Listing:

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8/30  
An interview with Rogers Hellman
8/31  
The purpose of the Home School Foundation
9/1  
Practical help for homeschoolers
9/2  
The Home School Foundation’s vision
9/3  
The future of the Home School Foundation

Guest:

Rogers Hellman

Rogers Hellman, a board member of the Home School Foundation, served in the U.S. Navy from 1973 to 1977. After completion of service, he received his bachelor of arts from Bethany Bible College in Santa Cruz, California. Rogers later received his master of business administration from West Texas State University with an emphasis in computer science.

Rogers has worked as a computer programmer/developer and has also held executive positions at computer companies. Notably, he served as the Vice President of Development Support for America Online, Senior Vice President and CTO for Crosswalk.com, and Executive Vice President of Technologies for New Health Sciences, a medical device company. Rogers is currently heading up Mission Outfitters' world database architecture and online and software mobilization tools and resources. Rogers and his wife, Mary, have two daughters, Sarah and Christina.


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