Make a transformational gift to FACE to help position us for greater impact.

We have allowed our treasury to be robbed and pillaged of its gold. In doing so we have lost our mission of the destiny and purpose of God’s America. Teaching and Learning America’s Christian History: The Principle Approach You are a vital part of the team of FACE, sharing in the broadening influence essential to … Continue reading “Make a transformational gift to FACE to help position us for greater impact.”

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”

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”

Essential Homeschool Companion

The only Biblical worldview dictionary which helps develop reflective thinking, reasoning and writing skills. Noah Webster’s 1828 American Dictionary of the English Language will enrich your understanding of the English language and is an invaluable tool for daily study. This beautiful and durable dictionary is essential for scholars, students, home educating families, pastors, educators or … Continue reading “Essential Homeschool Companion”

A call to pray for Secretary DeVos and her deputies.

FACE leaders Carey Woodruff and Carole Adams attended the Faith Leaders Summit at the U.S. Department of Education in Washington on November 6 at the invitation of the White House liaison, an office committed “to engage crucial voices.”  The 225 attendees from across the country were addressed by Secretary of Education Betsy DeVos, Deputy Secretary Zais, … Continue reading “A call to pray for Secretary DeVos and her deputies.”

Does Mankind have the Power for Self-Government? Part Two

Lesson One Part Two Righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a reproach to any people. Proverbs 14:34 1. What is the basic principle of American Federalism?The legacy of liberty bequeathed to us by all those who helped establish Constitutional government is Christian self-government with voluntary union. This is the basic principle of federalism. 2. … Continue reading “Does Mankind have the Power for Self-Government? Part Two”

Teach the IDEA of America

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. After reviewing the recently revised and updated FACE curriculum, Nation Makers the Art of Self Government, the Lovetts decided to make this course an integral … Continue reading “Teach the IDEA of America”

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”

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?”