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”

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?”

Teach Your Children “Conscience is the Most Sacred of All Property”

I Am God’s PropertyGod made me for His purposeHe fashioned me to beAn image for His glory,Almighty Father He.  Teaching and Learning America’s Christian History, The Principle Approach, “Man is God’s Property”, p. 230. The key to Conscience is CONSENT. Webster’s American Dictionary of the English Language, 1828 defines consent as “a yielding of the … Continue reading “Teach Your Children “Conscience is the Most Sacred of All Property””

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”

Teach the Children the Christian Principle of Self-Government

He knows not how to rule a kingdom, that cannot manage a Province; nor can he wield a Province, that cannot order a City; nor he order a City, that knows not how to regulate a Village; nor he a Village, that cannot guide a Family; nor can that man Govern well a Family that … Continue reading “Teach the Children the Christian Principle of Self-Government”

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”

Teaching the Seven Pillars of Principle Approach Education

1. God’s Principle of Individuality: God’s Design and Purpose In the beginning God created living creatures… after their own kind… Genesis 1: 25   But one and the same Spirit works all these things, distributing to each one individually just as He wills. I Corinthians 12:11 Everything in God’s universe is revelational of God’s infinity, of … Continue reading “Teaching the Seven Pillars of Principle Approach Education”

When I was young I thought the chaos was fun.

by Ben Gilmore– Tomorrow is my 89th birthday.  As I look back along that long path, many thoughts come to mind.  I think of the incredible individuals that God has brought across my path to inspire and guide me.  I recall the many times that the hand of God has moved to save my life.  (Those are just the ones of which … Continue reading “When I was young I thought the chaos was fun.”

How to teach Christian Character this Thanksgiving

Everyone loves stories, and telling stories is one of the most powerful ways to teach. It was the teaching method modeled by Jesus throughout the Gospels and proved to be one of the most instructive ways He mentored the disciples. The Thanksgiving season is the opportune time to teach the much-loved, Christian history classic, The Courtship … Continue reading “How to teach Christian Character this Thanksgiving”