God’s vision for Christian liberty changes nations.

Learn America’s Christian History with this classic account of the faith and courage of our nation’s founders. Christian History of the American Revolution: Consider and Ponder, now 40% off with code BMCNP But whoso looketh into the perfect law of liberty, and continueth therein, he being not a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the … Continue reading “God’s vision for Christian liberty changes nations.”

The Joy of Summer Reading

Summertime means sunny spaces, quiet hours, open windows, bird calls and insects buzzing, soft breezes in the branches, a beach, a hammock, or a swing -— however, to smart parents summertime also means time with books, reading aloud, or just reading. Nothing is more supportive of a thorough education than giving children a love of … Continue reading “The Joy of Summer Reading”

Home is the source of Christian character.

Save 20% on classics specifically chosen for reading aloud with your children. Use code FAMILY at checkout. How can parents ensure the correct and full education of their children? Enjoying classic literature as a family by reading aloud together is one way. Take advantage of these family-centered volumes to strengthen your children in love for … Continue reading “Home is the source of Christian character.”

America’s authentic liberty confronts contemporary counterfeits.

Every issue rests on Principles. Learn to identify and defend the basic principles that are relevant to the issues of today. Dr. Gai Ferdon has authored a book that helps equip readers to understand the Biblical principles that formed the thinking and reasoning of our founding generation. When America’s historic values and the pillar principles … Continue reading “America’s authentic liberty confronts contemporary counterfeits.”

Save BIG May 24-27. Everything in our Bookstore on sale.

For 4 days only, May 24-27, everything in the FACE Bookstore is on sale. Shop curriculum, history study books, family resources, training courses and more. Stock up now and save 25%. Sale ends May 27, 2019. Browse our catalogue here.Shop bookstore here. Free shipping on orders of $50 or more.

Give the gift that is truly meaningful.

Webster’s 1828 Dictionary defines words based on Biblical thinking, not worldly wisdom. Give the graduates in your life a gift that will enhance their vocabulary, sharpen their thinking and deepen their understanding. In an era where the deconstruction of language is one of the root causes of a culture spiraling out of control, incorporating a … Continue reading “Give the gift that is truly meaningful.”

The words learned by heart will echo throughout their lives.

Noah Webster, the Father of American Education and Bible scholar, believed that the Bible was the most important book we could study, and that it was the source and seedbed for the success and continuance of our American Christian Constitutional Republic. As an educator, he was interested in the connection of the Bible to all … Continue reading “The words learned by heart will echo throughout their lives.”

Mothers: The Hope of Our Republic

“…..the strength of a nation, especially of a republican nation (Republic) is in the intelligent and well-ordered homes of the people. And in proportion as the discipline of families is relaxed, will the happy organization of communities be affected, and national character become vagrant, turbulent, or ripe for revolution.” Lydia Huntley Sigourney Where do busy, … Continue reading “Mothers: The Hope of Our Republic”

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.”

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?”