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White_Stone
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 Homeschooling Mother's rights over ruled by Judge

[url=http://www.aipnews.com/talk/forums/thread-view.asp?tid=2984&posts=2]A.I.P. News[/url]

I waited until I read of this on two sources before I posted. Alan Keyes is a very well spoken man and I have respect for his concerns on this issue and most of the others he speaks up about, too.

I would be interested in knowing his Spiritual views. Does anyone know more?

As far as the assault on the Mother's rights to homeschool, the judges reasoning is ludicrous. It seems almost as if he has a 'deal' with the husband in the case.

We will continue to see ungodly judgments, I believe. Come quickly, Lord Jesus.

white stone


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Janice

 2009/3/12 11:03Profile









 Re: Homeschooling Mother's rights over ruled by Judge

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White_Stone wrote:

I would be interested in knowing his Spiritual views. Does anyone know more?



Unless he has changed recently, he is Catholic.

 2009/3/12 12:02
dunlow64God
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 Re: Homeschooling Mother's rights over ruled by Judge

This is a very interesting and sad situation. I am a homeschooling mom of 4. I would be very upset if the government stepped in and told me that I had to send my kids to public school. God has called me to teach my kids at home. This is clearly an attack of the enemy. And I'm afraid that it is only going to get worse. I am from NC, so this hits kind of close to home. This seems like a case of showing favoritism towards the father of the children. This was part of a divorce hearing. This is another link to this story...http://www.worldnetdaily.com/?pageId=91397. It gives a little more information. There is also a link to a website that was setup to support the mother. We need to pray for this and other cases like it. I received an email today from the HSLDA about the Parental Rights Amendment that will be introduced to the House of Representatives soon. Representative Pete Hoekstra (R-MI) is responsible for this. He is asking that we contact our state reps and get them to cosponsor this bill. If it voted in, then parents will be protected against such things as this. Please consider contacting your state rep and asking them to support this cause! I think it is well worth it! You can find more info at parentalrights.org. Thank you for taking the time to read this post. Please get involved. The future of our children depends on it!
In Christ,
Wendy :-)

 2009/3/12 12:30Profile
dunlow64God
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The website in support of the mother is www.hsinjustice.com, it includes more info about the case.
In Christ,
Wendy :-)

 2009/3/12 13:08Profile
Vakugal
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 Re: Homeschooling Mother's rights over ruled by Judge

I just wanted to add a line of encouragement ...

That things can get hard, and it can become uncertain and we may see things and people standing in the way of our obedience to God. Times when 'concern' seems to creep in ... it is these times that I need your encouragement as I encourage you today, encouraging each other as long as it is today, that God is on the throne and HE is our Father.
Jesus holds the reigns and no door that He has opened any man can close and no door He has closed any man can open.
Let them come with all they have got, we will still follow the Lord and say, "you have no authority in this regard unless my Father allows it."

Be of good cheer, I am the only person who has come to Christ from my entire HINDU family and relatives. I came to know HIM in a boarding school.

Whaterver the Lord permits, there is no place where He cannot shield our children and no place where He cannot reach. Our children are safe in HIS care (if we have surrendered them to HIM and become 'stewards')

So looking unto Jesus let us press on ...

 2009/3/12 13:44Profile
White_Stone
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Praise Jesus for your Faith, Vakugal,

What a wonderful testimony. God does work in mysterious ways. I am very happy for you that you were sent to boarding school.

Your words speak volumes.

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Praying for you & yours,
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Janice

 2009/3/12 15:45Profile









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I live in NC, and I read this this morning and it is disconserting to say the least. NC is like a haven for homeschoolers compared to other states, and this is a really odd decision by a judge who is a kook.

The kids need socialization? Did this judge not hear about the activities they are involved in? My goodness, if my homeschool kids were anymore socialized they would be socialists!! They get more and better socialization as homeschoolers than they ever would in the Government Institutions Of Indoctrinization (a.k.a. public schools)!

No, this is a judge who has a personal issue with homeschooling and he is ignoring the state laws and the constitution.

And to think that he is so blasted ignorant as to not know and understand how homeschooling operates in this state... he must be some hick judge. Total ignorant fool.

HSLDA (which I am a member of, and if you homeschool you should be too!) will be all over this one. They are just coming off a complete and total victory in California on that real bad decision by the courts out there. This judge here in NC doesnt realize that he just called hell down on his head.

Homeschoolers are not wierd people keeping their kids in the basement. We are well organized, politically astute... and not afraid to take on the court systems. At least thats a good discription of homeschooling in North Carolina!

The reason this has happened is because the husband is divorcing the wife, and it states in the WND article that he supposedly was never in favor of homeschooling. It does not state that that is the reason for the divorce, but as in any divorce the kids become pawns. I believe he's doing this to hurt his wife, and manipulate the children and the situation.

I know I'm blowing a little steam here, but this just makes my blood boil.

Krispy

 2009/3/12 16:15
dunlow64God
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Well said Krispy! And may I also add, AMEN!
In Christ,
Wendy :-)

 2009/3/12 18:03Profile
MaryJane
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Greetings Krispy

As a fellow homeschooling parent I have to say that I agree with you completely. I have seen it happen here sadly when a marriage comes to an end that the father will use his ex-wife desire to continue homeschooling to cause her hurt and pain. There was a case a few years back here where the father actually tried to manipulate the wife into taking less child support or he was going to raise issue with her homeschooling. In the end prayers were answered and she had a very good judge who supported her right to teach her children and he made the father pay full support for his children.

God Bless
MJ

 2009/3/12 19:12Profile









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I looked into this case a little deeper and it seems that the husband has committed adultry multiple times (he admitted to it under oath), so what I have suspected concerning this appears to be correct... he is using this to hurt his wife and manipulate their children and the situation.

Homeschoolers in this area of NC flooded the state offices with phone calls yesterday, and my sweet wife actually left a voice mail on the judge's phone... so we will see where this goes from here. Dont ask me how she pulled that one off, but you dont mess with Mama Krispy! She is the sweetest, most tender woman of God you'll ever meet, but don't do anything to threaten her children... like this judge has done by making this decision! lol... she can be a force to be reckoned with.

NCHE and HSLDA will be all over this, and like I said yesterday, this case should be an easy "slam dunk" for them. This is nothing compared to that California case last year.

Krispy

 2009/3/13 13:27





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