HSLDANashville, TNColumbus, OH
A homeschool graduate, Darren Jones received his J.D. from Oak Brook College of Law. He first came to work for HSLDA as a legal assistant. As a litigation attorney, Darren assists Jim Mason in preparing cases and defending members who are experiencing legal difficulty. He also works with homeschool support groups, assisting them with legal issues. Darren and his wife Sara have four children, whom they homeschool together: Addi, Stuart, Daphne and Phillip.
Workshops from Darren Jones ( may vary by event location )
Dads Who Homeschool
Historically, the bulk of homeschooling has been done by mothers. But more fathers are taking over, often due to financial pressure or major life crises. Come hear tips about how dads can assist, co-teach, or embrace the full load of teaching our children.
Going the Second Mile: Support Groups and Homeschool Families in Crisis
Support groups often have the opportunity to assist families who are experiencing difficulty in their homeschooling. Divorce, abandonment, unexpected special education needs or mental illness, or just falling behind due to too much on their plate, all of these present unique challenges to homeschooling families. HSLDA Staff Attorney Darren Jones discusses ways the homeschool community can rally to help "bear one another's burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ."
Literature that Proclaims Christ: Stories to Show How Christians Look at Life, the Universe, and Everything
Two thousand years of Christian literature have been passed down to help us emulate Christ in our daily lives. Join us as we consider just a fraction of these works. Depending on the workshop, authors discussed may include three different Johns (Bunyan, Donne, and Calvin), Athanasius, C.S. Lewis, Marilynne Robinson, J.K. Rowling, and more.
The Secret to Homeschool Freedom
The best way to safeguard the future is to learn from the past. Homeschooling's history of close calls and exciting victories sheds light on upcoming challenges to homeschool freedom. Come hear the secret to keeping homeschool freedom free.