Plant the seeds of a Biblical Worldview and watch them grow

Biblical worldview rests on foundational Biblical Principles: Part One in a series by Carole Adams To grow an apple tree, we plant a seed, not a cup of applesauce. The seed has within it a new tree; applesauce is the derivative product from the fruit of the mature tree.To grow a worldview, we plant the … Continue reading “Plant the seeds of a Biblical Worldview and watch them grow”

Christian Education Initiative Launch

Dear FACE Friends, To rebuild the culture multi-generationally, we must begin with teaching the children. At FACE, we know that every major issue of concern to Christians today began in America’s schoolrooms.    “A nation which is humble enough to begin with its children in the constructing of its foundations for liberty may once again have … Continue reading “Christian Education Initiative Launch”

Teach the children: How to keep a good conscience

“Labor to keep alive in your breast that little spark of celestial fire called conscience.” George Washington, “Rules of Civility and Decent Behaviour in Company and Conversation,” Rule #110, 1744 God planted a conscience within the human heart as a touchstone to eternity.  We know from scripture that serving a right conscience brings happiness and blessing … Continue reading “Teach the children: How to keep a good conscience”

Bring the study of geography to life through the doorway of a literature classic.

Geography is a too-often neglected subject, either entirely forgotten or else buried in a social studies curriculum. However it comes to life when using the Principle Approach, the Biblical classic method. Knowledge of the world is essential to fulfilling the dominion mandate, and knowledge of world geography teaches God’s principle of individuality and His creative power. One key … Continue reading “Bring the study of geography to life through the doorway of a literature classic.”

The Noah Plan curriculum places the Bible at the heart of every subject.

The Noah Plan Curriculum Guides deliver seven curriculum subjects, grade by grade, from kindergarten through twelfth grade for thirteen years of schooling. Each Guide has the entire scope and sequence, and the supporting content particular to the Principle Approach. Dr. Carole Adams describes the Noah Plan best: “The purpose of the Noah Plan curriculum is to be ‘an … Continue reading “The Noah Plan curriculum places the Bible at the heart of every subject.”

Come learn YOUR U.S. Constitution

Constitution Leadership Initiative (CLI) will present a one-day seminar on the U.S. Constitution to encourage a better understanding of the U.S. Constitution among the American people.   Arm yourself with “the power which knowledge gives.” James Madison to W.T. Barry, 1822 U.S. Constitution Seminar Saturday, March 30 from 9am-4pmLiberty Baptist Church, 15810 Liberty Church Rd,  Lanexa, Virginia … Continue reading “Come learn YOUR U.S. Constitution”

How do you accomplish a big task?

Teach the children:  When you have a big task before you, remember Nehemiah whose task was to rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. God has called his people today to be rebuilders, with the task of rebuilding the culture beginning with ourselves. How did Nehemiah begin?  By praying boldly,  “O Lord, let your ear be attentive to the prayer of your … Continue reading “How do you accomplish a big task?”

Nation Makers Accolade

Rev Scott Lovett is Overseer of Real Church & Fervent Fire Ministries in Tulsa Oklahoma. His wife Christine is the founder and head of True Foundation a Principle Approach homeschool ministry of their church. After reviewing the recently revised and updated FACE curriculum, Nation Makers the Art of Self Government, the Lovett’s decided to make this course an integral … Continue reading “Nation Makers Accolade”

Leadership Briefing

Over 20 Virginia business leaders, educators, pastors and patriots attended the first Leadership Briefing at the Hall-Slater Library Tuesday, February 26 to learn about the ministry of FACE and the impact of a Principle Approach education on the lives of our nation’s youth. These leaders understood that education is at the core of every national … Continue reading “Leadership Briefing”

Hope is stronger than fear

FACE recently received an update on the work of John and Suzanne Hunter who are founders and head of a Principle Approach school in Namibia in Africa. This story of Nabot, one of their school’s graduates is told by Suzanne. John and I started Community Hope in 2005. We wanted to do something that would help erase the … Continue reading “Hope is stronger than fear”