Presenting a compelling case for Biblical worldview education.

Leaders’ Summit June 25 from 9am-3pm, online and on campus.

To give children a good education in manners, arts and science, is important; to give them a religious education is indispensable and an immense responsibility rests on parents and guardians who neglect these duties.“

Noah Webster, American Dictionary of the English Language, 1828

In this FREE Leaders’ Summit, Dr. Max Lyons and Dr. Carole Adams of the Foundation for American Christian Education (FACE) and Mr. Dan Smithwick of the Nehemiah Institute will present a compelling case for Biblical worldview education within the Church, home and in the community. They will be introducing practical steps which pastors can take to restore their legacy as principal educators of their flocks by equipping parents with the knowledge and skills needed to educate and disciple their own children.

The Reclaim85 Plan will be presented revealing practical strategies for churches to assist in reclaiming the approximately 85% of our Christian children who are in government schools.  Churches will become Biblical worldview centers in their communities for the purpose of assisting parents in equipping their children with a Biblical worldview, thus rescuing them from the cultural Marxist lies that pervade education today. They will also present the case for Biblical worldview education in all settings including the home, church, school, university and in business. A summit is the highest point. We will be taking the highest position on education: What the Word of God teaches and what we should follow!

This Leaders’ Summit will answer the following questions:

  1. What is a Biblical worldview, and why is it essential for ensuring the future stability of our nation? What is the Biblical worldview IQ of Christians in America today and why does this matter?
  2. What does the Bible say about parents’ role in the education of their children?
  3. How has American education changed since the first permanent English settlement at Jamestown in 1607 (413 years ago)?
  4. Does education today result in a Biblical understanding of Government, Economics, Education, Sociology, and Religion? 
  5. How has secular-based government education today contributed to moral and spiritual decay, and brought us to the brink of absolute despotism?
  6. Why is a Biblical worldview so important to the preservation of liberty, and how does it inoculate the civil society against tyranny?
  7. How can pastors, youth leaders, Christian education directors and Sunday school teachers inculcate a Biblical worldview in the hearts and minds of children and adult church members?
  8. Why must all business and professional services operate from a Biblical worldview perspective?

All attendees will receive ($52 value):

  1. A free copy of a new publication from Nehemiah Institute, Political Correctness: A Deceptive and Dangerous Worldview.
  2. A free copy of the book, Sons and Daughters Walking in the Truth, which explains what the Bible teaches concerning the education of children.
  3. A free worldview analysis taken in advance of the event. Access codes will be returned with registration and worldview analysis must be completed by June 17th.  Results will be returned at the Summit.
  4. A complimentary lunch!

This crucial Summit is brought to you by The Foundation for American Christian Education, Nehemiah Institute, Virginia Christian Alliance, and Christian Rights Ministries. Please join us for a day of strategizing on how we can rescue our precious children and restore our nation, to the land of Christian liberty.

Online and on Campus: The Leaders’ Summit will be held on campus at the Foundation for American Christian Education. Click here for directions. The event will also be held online. You will receive a link to live stream upon registration.

To Register: This event is FREE, but you will need to register to attend. Contact Decie at 757-488-6601 or email Decie@FACE.net, or for more information, contact Max Lyons at Max@FACE.net, or Chris Evans at Chris@FACE.net.