On a Whirlwind Mission

Max Lyons, Director of Teaching Services at FACE, took a whirlwind trip to Texas and Oklahoma the first week of December, visiting six schools in five days. The purpose of this effort was to build relationships, meet headmasters and teachers face to face, encourage those in the trenches, and open up avenues for a closer relationship with each institution.  Max observed, “This trip was extremely worthwhile. I believe that this was a crucial activity that will allow FACE to fulfill part of its five year plan to strengthen our existing Principle Approach schools as well as launch new schools.”

Josh Bullard, Headmaster of Christian Heritage Academy , a FACE Demonstration School, wrote, “ What a pleasure to have you at CHA! I thank the Lord for the work of ministry that you and FACE are doing. We value our relationship and are extremely grateful that God used Miss Hall and Miss Slater to set the course of CHA.”

Four of the schools visited are established Principle Approach schools, one hybrid school opened in September and one school of 25 years is making the transition to the Principle Approach.

Top photo; Legacy Alliance, Tulsa Oklahoma

True Foundation, Tulsa Oklahoma
True Foundation classroom
Christian Heritage School, Tyler Texas
Robert Kilkenny, 5th grade teacher, Christian Heritage School