George Washington “live”

The program George Washington, a Man of Christian Character was presented live in the FACE classroom on Friday, February 17th. Students, teachers and parents from StoneBridge School, Homeschool Plus, and Sweethaven Christian Academy were in the audience. Local homeschoolers and parents also attended. Online there were students from True Foundation school as well as homeschoolers … Continue reading “George Washington “live””

Who is your hero?

(Painting: Washington Crossing the Delaware (1871), by George Caleb Bingham.) Many people today find their heroes in the media culture, and according to The Barna Group, two-thirds of Americans say pro athletes have more influence on our society than faith leaders. But traditionally American Christians have looked to their elected leadership for role models. Can you find … Continue reading “Who is your hero?”

Should I be teaching more?

Home is the primary classroom for every child and every parent searches for tools that help establish habits of scholarship, teach principles, and develop thinking and reasoning skills.  In an era where the deconstruction of language is one of the root causes of a culture spiraling out of control, incorporating a bedrock source for the … Continue reading “Should I be teaching more?”

Teaching Character through the life of George Washington

Teach your children the story of this real life hero, George Washington, and discover how he was prepared for his life’s calling. The life of Washington shows how true American political leadership is created and lived, as well as provides an example for one’s own self-government. The Making of George Washington, a classic biography, studies Washington’s early … Continue reading “Teaching Character through the life of George Washington”

Teach Your Children America’s Heritage of Christian Character

“Strive to please Him in whose service you are fighting, for from Him you will receive the pay. Let none of you prove deserters.” “America’s Heritage of Christian Character”, Teaching and Learning America’s Christian History: The Principle Approach, p. 212 The key to the principle of Christian Character is steadfastness. Webster’s American Dictionary of the … Continue reading “Teach Your Children America’s Heritage of Christian Character”

The Character and Influence of One Man

Most Americans know George Washington led Americans to independence and served as our first president, but few recognize that his unique contributions to our nation are the fruit of his deep religious conviction and great strength of character. Historian and FACE founder Verna M. Hall knew that it is impossible to understand Washington the man without … Continue reading “The Character and Influence of One Man”

George Washington: a Man of Christian Character

February 15, 2019 Live or Online. You are cordially invited to a FACE Pebblesetters Tour on February 15, 2019 entitled George Washington, a Man of Christian Character. This free presentation will be from 10:30-11:45 am in the FACE classroom in Chesapeake Virginia. It will also be live streamed for FACE homeschoolers, teachers and parents across … Continue reading “George Washington: a Man of Christian Character”

Partnering with Australia

At Christmastime, FACE hosted Australian Principle Approach educator Michael Alan-Ross for five days. Michael was in America for three weeks learning more about the Principle Approach and the Christian history of our nation. He plans to use this inspiration and training to expand the scope of the Principle Approach in his native country. Michael visited … Continue reading “Partnering with Australia”

We pray blessing for you in the New Year!

Here at FACE, we are looking forward to 2019 with great anticipation as we press deeper into the next level of work God has for us. In 2018, we had tremendous opportunity to reflect and think about our vision and how God is moving in the hearts and minds of so many across the country and internationally … Continue reading “We pray blessing for you in the New Year!”

December: a month of Celebrations

Three very important Christian holidays are celebrated in the month of December. These are great opportunities to teach our children, those in church, family members, or your class.  Bill of Rights Day, celebrated on December 15th, commemorates the ratification of the first ten amendments by Virginia in 1791. Virginia was the tenth state to ratify, … Continue reading “December: a month of Celebrations”