Christian homeschoolers unite
You’re Christian. You homeschool. What could go wrong?
That’s what a Seminole law firm wants you to know. You could find your homeschooling plans derailed by divorce. You could find yourself on the wrong end of a social services case.
In response to a column in the St. Petersburg Times about homeschooling, the law firm of David Gibbs emailed us information about Homeschool Legal Advantage.
This service, which helps homeschoolers navigate the local bureaucracy, is available for a suggested donation of $65 the first year and $51 after that.
Members also get free help with other religious liberty issues through the HLA’s umbrella organization, the Christian Law Association.
“It is a privilege and a blessing to be of service,” Gibbs wrote.
It’s been awhile since Gibbs was in the news. Years ago, he defended the parents of Terri Schiavo, who died years after suffering brain damage caused by cardiac arrest.