Cover Story | State social-service bureaucrats accuse a small, rural religious school of child abuse, citing its disciplinary emphasis on manual labor and corporal punishment. In most cases, an overmatched, underfunded school would have to cave in. But Heartland Christian Academy is hardly typical. The school is bankrolled by an insurance multimillionaire who hasn't forgotten his rural roots, and "Pastor Charlie," as he's known, points to a record of success in helping steer some of the toughest wayward kids onto the straight and narrow. And he vows to use his vast resources to fight a battle other similar schools won't-or can't.