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Announcing Summer Teacher Training- live and on-line

Posted By Max Lyons, Wednesday, May 13, 2015

The FACE 2015 Principle Approach Summer Training Series

Live in Chesapeake Virginia or on-line from anywhere in the world!

One thought on the mind of all Christian teachers and homeschoolers during the summer recess is, “How will I inspire my students to new heights in the new school year, while keeping Biblical ideas and inspiration at the heart of our curriculum?” This can be even more challenging when our students return to classes under the influences of secular media and unchurched neighborhood friends.  Therefore, it is imperative, now more than ever, that we as Christian school teachers stay immersed in Biblical thinking in order to furnish our students with principles that will bring them success and fruitfulness for their entire lives.

 

With this in mind, I would like to invite you personally, as well as members of your teaching staff, to five days of inspirational workshops, designed to strengthen teaching skills and provide inspiration for the new school year.  Sponsored by the Foundation for American Christian Education, these workshops have been developed by teachers and administrators for teachers and administrators, addressing topics that often puzzle educators who seek to apply Biblical principles to their subject area.

 

Please note, too, that this is also a great opportunity  to earn ACSI CEU credits towards ACSI teacher certification.

 

To find out more or to register, go to our website: http://www.face.net/?page=Summer_Training_2015.

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National Day of Prayer

Posted By Max Lyons, Monday, May 4, 2015

Blessed is the nation whose God is the Lord and the people whom he has chosen for his own inheritance. Psalm 33:12

May 7th, the first Thursday in May, is the National Day of Prayer. How did our great nation come to celebrate a national day of prayer? Our Pilgrim and Puritan forefathers embraced a providential view of life. They believed that God was superintending their lives; they knew that their loving Father was graciously providing and caring for them. They believed that He administered discipline as any loving father would and therefore in times of distress and calamity they would proclaim days of humiliation and penitence, and they would repent of their sins. They would proclaim days of thanksgiving and prayer in response to His kind answers to prayer.

Congress has called for over 200 National Days of Prayer and Fasting. In addition, over 1,400 days of fasting, humiliation, penitence, prayer and thanksgiving have been called for by various levels of government and by churches in the years 1620 to 1815. W. Deloss Love, Jr. in his book The Fast and Thanksgiving Days of New England has documented these. His book is another reminder that America is a Christian nation founded by those who were in covenant relationship with the God of the Bible.

 

The following excerpt of a Proclamation of a Day of Fasting, Humiliation and Prayer by the Continental Congress in 1780 is representative of the proclamations of days of fasting, humiliation, penitence, prayer and thanksgiving that were made.  

It becomes us to endeavor, by humbling ourselves before God, and turning from every evil way, to avert his anger and obtain his favour and blessing. It is therefore recommended    to implore the sovereign Lord of Heaven and Earth to remember mercy in his judgements; to make us sincerely penitent for our transgressions; to prepare us for deliverance, and to remove the evils with which he hath [visited] us; to banish vice and irreligion from among us, and establish virtue and piety by his divine grace    to bless all schools and seminaries of learning, and every means of instruction and education; to cause wars to cease, and to establish peace among the nations.

 

Wow- our political leaders in 1780 were calling our nation to repentance before almighty God! Let us pray for the United States of America, that God will graciously send us revival and reformation that we once again will be a “shining city on a hill.”

This National Day of Prayer is a very important one. Our Supreme Court is considering rejecting God’s ordained institution of marriage as one man and one woman for a lifetime. Let us petition God for His great mercy to keep us from doing something that will harm countless men, women and children and bring further judgment upon our nation.

 

 

 

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Valeo Academy seeks elementary and junior high teachers

Posted By Max Lyons, Friday, April 17, 2015

Elementary Teacher

Valeo Academy is a private, Christian college prep school, K-12, affiliated with Life Changers International Church in Hoffman Estates.  We are looking for a committed Christian who is interested in integrating the Word of God in the school curriculum.  In this position you will:

·        Create, submit, and execute yearly, quarterly, and weekly lesson plans in all the primary disciplines according to the curriculum and education objectives of the school

·        Apply the 7 Biblical principles according to the philosophy of the school to those disciplines

·        Use interactive discussions, hands-on approaches, presentations, manipulatives, technology, and media to ensure that learning and critical/Biblical thinking are achieved

·        Evaluate student progress through the administration of various assignments and tests

·        Manage classroom, maintain classroom discipline

·        Oversee study halls

·        Accompany students on field trips

·        Assist with the planning and execution of special events

·        Must have a bachelor’s degree (preferable in education) and an IL teaching license

·        Ability to multi-task, have good organizational and classroom management skills

·        Possess strong interpersonal and communication skills

·        Have a heart for children, a calling to teach, and ability to motivate and inspire students

·        Have a heart and willingness to serve, and a commitment to the vision of the ministry

  • Able to comprehend and apply the educational philosophy and method of instruction of the school
  • Able to oversee special events and projects
  • Possess strong research skills
  • Possess knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel)

·        Must have a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, a pursuit of maturity in the faith, and a growing walk in the Spirit.  Be able to support the ministry’s objectives and statement of faith

 

About Life Changers International Church:

Life Changers statement of purpose is to see people of all cultures changed forever by the gospel of Jesus Christ, united by the love of the Father, and empowered by the Holy Spirit to find their place in the family of God and their purpose in the world.

  

Valeo Academy Jr. High School Teacher

 

Job Performance Requirements

  • Create, submit, and execute yearly, quarterly, and weekly lesson plans in all the primary disciplines according to the curriculum and educational objectives of the school. 
  • Ability to prepare lessons for and instruct a predominately self contained junior high class room
  • Apply the 7 Biblical principles according to the philosophy of the school to those disciplines.
  • Use interactive discussions, hands-on approaches, presentations, technology, and media to ensure that learning and critical/Biblical thinking are achieved
  • Evaluate student progress through the administration of various assignments and tests
  • Manage classroom, maintain classroom discipline
  • Oversee study halls, accompany students on field trips
  • Assist with the planning and execution of special events

 

Skills and Competency

  • Must hold a Professional Educator License with an Elementary Education (K-9) or a Secondary Education (6-12) endorsement
  • Demonstrate skill in diagnosing, prescribing, and assessing student learning progress
  • Ability to multi-task, have good organizational and classroom management skills
  • Possesses strong interpersonal and communication skills
  • Have a heart for children, a calling to teach, and ability to motivate and inspire students
  • Have a heart and willingness to serve and a commitment to the vision of the ministry
  • Able to comprehend and apply the educational philosophy and method of instruction of the school
  • Possess the ability to establish and maintain an effective learning environment
  • Must be a team player
  • Strong research skills
  • Have knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel)
  • Must have a saving knowledge of Jesus Christ, a pursuit of maturity in the faith and a growing walk in the Spirit; be able to support the ministry’s objectives and statement of faith

 

Disclaimer

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed by people assigned to this classification. They are not to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and skills required of personnel so classified. All personnel may be required to perform duties outside of their normal responsibilities from time to time, as needed.


Contact Rachelle Crawford at rachelle.crawford@valeoacademy.com

 

 

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Coming soon: First Landing Day

Posted By Max Lyons, Friday, March 20, 2015

First Landing Day- America’s Christian Founding

 

Max Lyons, Ph.D.

 

The planting of the first permanent English colony on the shores of North America began on April 26, 1607 when 104 settlers and Parson Robert Hunt landed at Cape Henry. Their first official act was to conduct a Lord’s Day service. Several days later, on April 29th, they conducted a service and dedicated America to God. This has become the day that we recognize and celebrate as First Landing Day. Today, at the original site there is a State Park that was recently renamed First Landing Park in honor and recognition of this event.

 

What was the religious motive behind the planting of this colony? You will find the answer to this question in a series of four charters, published between 1606-1628, that authorized this colony. Richard Hakluyt, Robert Hunt and other members of the Virginia Company wrote the first charter for the colonizing of Virginia. All four charters state that it was the purpose of this endeavor to bring the gospel to the people who live in darkness. As stated in the 1606 Charter:

 

…Wee, greatly commending and graciously accepting of thiere desires to the furtherance of soe noble a worke which may, by the providence of Almightie God, hereafter tende to the glorie of His Divine Majestie in propagating of the Christian religion to suche people as yet live in darknesse and miserable ignorance of the true knowledge and worshippe of God may in tyme bring the infidels and salvages living in those parts to humane civilitie and to a settled and quiet governmente, doe by these our letters patents graciously accepte of and agree to theire humble and well intended desires;… [i]

 

In this first charter it was also recognized that the Christian faith was to be preached and therefore planted:

 

…and wee doe especially ordaine, charge and require the said Presidents and Councells and the ministers of the said several Colonies respectively, within their several limits and precincts, that they with all diligence, care and respect doe provide that the true word of God and Christian faith be preached, planted and used, not only within every of the said several Colonies and plantacions but alsoe as much as they may amongst the salvage people which doe or shall adjoine unto them, according to the doctrine, rights and religion now professed and established within our realm of England;… [ii]

 

As we celebrate the 408th anniversary of the Christian founding of our nation, let us remember the mighty and providential acts of our awesome God and let us purpose to continue to bring the gospel to all who are in our sphere of influence.

 

Read more about this world-changing event in the authors book Celebrate Our Christian Holidays Like You Were There available in the FACE bookstore.

 

A special Lessons in Liberty will be held on Thursday, April 16th. Chris and Jim Evans will present God’s Providence in America’s Founding. For more information and to register, go to http://www.face.net/event/ProvidenceinAmericanFounding.

 

Join patriots and statesman for a Providential History Tour of the First Landing site on April 29th, First Landing Day 2015. For more information and to register, go to http://www.face.net/event/ProvHisFirstLanding.

 

 



[i] The Charters of Virginia 1606-1621(Virginia Beach, Va: Patriot Prints, 1994) Chapter four

[ii] Ibid, chapter two

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Christian Education Alliance searching for a teacher

Posted By Max Lyons, Wednesday, March 18, 2015

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Patrick of Ireland- A Nation-Changer

Posted By Max Lyons, Friday, March 6, 2015


March 17th is St. Patrick’s Day! Parades, feasts, wearing green… or else the pinch, shamrocks, corned beef and cabbage, and even green leprechauns. Did I miss anything? How about Patrick, the man that the holiday is named after? Isn’t it amazing that we can think about and do all these things, but never really stop to ask, “Who was this Patrick that we are celebrating?”

Patrick’s is an amazing story. Born Mowhen Soke, Patrick lived in England in an area now known as Wales in the early 400s. Calpurnius, his father, was a deacon in the Celtic Church and his grandfather was a pastor. A group of marauders came from Ireland and took captive many from Mowhen's village including teen-aged Mowhen. He was made a shepherd and was captive for six years. In Mowhen’s own words:

I am…a sinner, most unlearned, the least of all the faithful, and utterly despised by many.  My father was Calpornius, a deacon, son of Potitus, a priest, of the village Bannavem Taburniæ; he had a country seat nearby, and there I was taken captive. I was then about sixteen years of age.  I did not know the true God.  I was taken into captivity to Ireland with many thousands of people — and deservedly so, because we turned away from God, and did not keep His commandments, and did not obey our priests, who used to remind us of our salvation.  And the Lord brought over us the wrath of His anger and scattered us among many nations, even unto the utmost part of the earth, where now my littleness is placed among strangers.

Mowhen was a keeper of sheep and spent many long hours each day in the fields watching over his herd of sheep as they grazed. One day his heart began to soften, and he began to seek God, asking God to reveal Himself.  Mowhen relates how God miraculously drew him:

And there the Lord opened the sense of my unbelief that I might at last remember my sins and be converted with all my heart to the Lord my God, who had mercy on my youth and ignorance, and watched over me before I knew Him, and before I was able to distinguish between good and evil, and guarded me, and comforted me as would a father his son.  Many times a day I prayed — the love of God and His fear came to me more and more, and my faith was strengthened. And my spirit was moved so that in a single day I would say as many as a hundred prayers, and almost as many in the night, and this even when I was staying in the woods and on the mountains; and I used to get up for prayer before daylight, through snow, through frost, through rain, and I felt no harm, and there was no sloth in me — as I now see, because the spirit within me was then fervent.

 During this time he was converted to Christ, and he changed his name to Patrick, meaning noble. Miraculously his owner became a Christian, and repented of having made Patrick a slave. God spoke to Patrick in a dream and showed him how to get home-a happy ending to the story!

No, just the beginning of this incredible story! God gave Patrick another dream or vision where a man called him to preach the gospel to Ireland! Of course, he did not want to leave his family again. And besides, Ireland was a pagan land, ruled by the High King Loaghaire and the very evil Druid priests. God prevailed upon Patrick, however, and after twelve years of preparation, he went back to the land of his former captivity. This is where the real adventures began. After approximately 40 years of ministry, he had a tremendous amount of godly fruit: over 100,000 men and women were won to Christ, 200-300 churches were planted, Christian schools and one university were founded. Amazing, the gospel even reached the civil government of this once pagan nation. At Patrick’s death Ireland’s government was based upon Biblical principles; Ireland was known as a Christian nation! The Irish themselves became missionaries. They burned with a love for Christ and they went everywhere with the gospel, including Britain, central Europe, and as far north as Iceland.

One footnote: About 200 years after Patrick died, the Roman Catholic Church claimed him as one of their own and declared that he was a Saint, thus many people today refer to Patrick as Saint Patrick. The truth is, Patrick was not Roman Catholic, and the Bible says that all believers are saints. That is why I simply refer to this Godly man as Patrick.

One important take away: We should all preach the gospel wherever we can. Matthew 28:20 says, “Therefore go and make disciples of all nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.”  Yes, one person can do much for Christ. One simple way to share the gospel is tell someone today the true story of Patrick on St. Patrick’s Day!

Sources:

Max Lyons, Celebrate Our Christian Holidays Like You Were There (Virginia Beach, VA: The Biblical Thinker, 2012) Buy now in the FACE Bookstore

Paul Jehle, Stories of America’s Christian History- Holidays, Volume II, St. Patrick’s Day

Robert J. Myers, Celebrations- The Complete Book of American Holidays (Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday and Company, Inc., 1972)

Ludwig Bieler, translator, The Confession of St. Patrick (copyright Beverly Schmitt)

Letter to the Soldiers of Coroticus (copyright Beverly Schmitt)

Ruth A. Tucker, From Jerusalem to Irian Jaya (Grand Rapids, MI: Zondervan Publishing House, 1983)

 

 

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Three weeks until Reason for Hope Conference

Posted By Max Lyons, Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Dear Patriot,

We live in perilous times (II Timothy 3:1). God was merciful to us in the recent elections; however the people of God have much work to do. I know that you are concerned with the vital question of “how can we restore Biblical principles to education, government, our economic system, the media and every other aspect of life and culture?” There is a reason for hope!

We want to extend a special invitation to those who love our nation and want to be ”part of the solution” to join us February 11_12, 2015 for purposeful and transformational presentations designed to encourage, equip, and embolden your commitment to Biblical education and scholarship, giving you a Reason for Hope. For details go to www.FACE.net/ReasonforHope. We sincerely hope that you will be able to attend this important training and networking opportunity.  Thank you for sharing this inspiring opportunity with others by forwarding this communication to them.

Participants are looking forward to the excellent and inspiring teaching that will give solutions to our nation’s educational, governmental, and economic problems. Other anticipated highlights include spending two days at the beautiful Founders Inn, fellowshipping with other participants, leaders and speakers, gaining insights and excellent educational materials from our exhibitors, and participating in various optional activities such as the Stonesetters Tour, the Leadership Breakfast, and the Christian History Tour of Jamestown Island.*

 All participants (in person and online) will enjoy:

· Ten outstanding lectures from Dr. Carole Adams, Rebecca Beach, Dr. Max Lyons, Dr. Gai Ferdon, Bill Federer, Dan Smithwick, E.W. Jackson, and Josh Bullard

· Three Panel discussions with additional scholars and leaders such as Dr. Mike Myers founder and headmaster of Dayspring Academy, Dr. Carlton McLeod pastor of Calvary Revival Church Chesapeake, Ben Gilmore co-founder of ACH Study Groups,  and Gary Porter Executive Director of the Constitutional Leadership Initiative

·  Presentations by students from StoneBridge School, a Principle Approach® demonstration school

For those who are attending online keep in mind that you will be able to view the entire conference, ask questions during the panel discussions, as well as receive all speaker handouts, PowerPoint slides and other materials. If you are not able to be present for the entire two-day conference, you will be able to view the recorded lectures at a time convenient to you.            

Teachers can earn two Continuing Education Units (2 CEUs; $10 for an ACSI certificate). For more information and conference registration visit our website at www.FACE.net/ReasonforHope or call (757) 488-6601 or (800) 352-3223.

We look forward to welcoming you,


 

Max Lyons, Ph.D.

Director of Teaching Services

 

 

*Optional Events:

 

· Free Stonesetters Tour (7-8 pm Tuesday, February 10)

· Pre-conference Leadership Breakfast (8:00-9:30 am Wednesday, Feb. 11; $12)


· Reason for Hope Banquet (6:30-8:30 pm Wed. Feb. 11, $40) featuring a delicious dinner and keynote speaker Bill Federer. The Banquet is included for those attending the entire conference.


· Christian History Tour of Jamestown Island (9am-1 pm Friday, February 13; $25)

For details go to www.FACE.net/ReasonforHope

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An open invitation to pastors

Posted By Max Lyons, Thursday, January 8, 2015

Dear Pastor,

Thank you so much for your faithfulness to “feed the flock of the God...” (I Peter 5:2). As a ministry that supports Christian education we are very cognizant of the vital role that pastors have as primary Christian educators in our community.

I know that you constantly live with the realization that we live in perilous times (II Timothy 3:1). The church of God has much work to do to continue to be “salt and light” in a culture that is rapidly moving away from Biblical principles. Many pastors are concerned with the vital question of “how can we restore Biblical principles to education, government, our economic system, the media and every other aspect of life and culture?” Many are quickly realizing the truth that the philosophy of education in one generation will become the philosophy of government in the next generation. That is why we must effectively disciple our church members so that they can effectively disciple their children. The Foundation for American Christian Education (FACE) is really and willing to assist you with this critical endeavor. We publish over 150 products that support Christian education in the home, church and school. We have an ongoing teaching program, for adults and children, to impart America’s Christian history and method of education. We teach what the Bible says about history, government, economics, science, the arts, media, and every other subject.  

We want to extend a special invitation to those who love God and our nation to join us February 11_12, 2015 at the beautiful Founders Inn for purposeful and transformational presentations designed to encourage, equip, and embolden your commitment to Biblical education and scholarship, giving you a Reason for Hope. For details go to www.FACE.net/ReasonforHope. We sincerely hope that you will be able to attend this important training and networking opportunity.

To highlight one of our seven outstanding speakers, Bill Federer will teach us historically how Christianity has produced liberty, and conversely, how other religions or secularism, produces bondage.

Teachers can earn two Continuing Education Units (2 CEUs; $10 for ACSI certificate) while enjoying dynamic teaching and high quality peer-exchanges.   Optional pre-conference and post-conference activities are also available including a Stonesetters Tour, Leadership Breakfast and Providential History Tour of Jamestown Island.  You won’t want to miss these.  For more information and conference registration visit our website at www.FACE.net/ReasonforHope or call (757) 488-6601 or (800) 352-3223.

 

We look forward to welcoming you,

 

Max Lyons, Ph.D.

Director of Teaching Services

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HOPE AND CHANGE – TIME TO “REBOOT”

Posted By Max Lyons, Wednesday, December 17, 2014

A NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION:

HOPE AND CHANGE – TIME TO “REBOOT”

SOMETHING TO THINK ABOUT

By Ricki Pepin© - December 2014

 

 “Free health care!”  “Free cell phones!”  “I don’t have to make my car payment any more!”  Such were the excited ravings that accompanied the political slogan/promise of “Hope and Change.”  Really?  Is that all hope and change amounts to…more “free stuff”?  Given the opportunity, what would you hope for…for yourself, your family, for America?  If you were “King of America” what changes would you make?  You may protest and say there is no king in America, but history tells a different story.

 

When the War for Independence was brewing, colonists were fed up with England and King George.  The historical mantra we learn in school from this era is, “No taxation without representation.”  But there was another slogan of far greater significance: “No King but Jesus.”  This short maxim paints a vivid picture of our founding fathers’ belief in who governed America.  It was further demonstrated by their use of the phrase in the Declaration of Independence, “the laws of Nature and Nature’s God” as the basis for this nation’s law.

 

This does not mean America was established as a theocracy but rather under the principles of Christianity such as liberty, justice, integrity, kindness, personal responsibility, charity.  With this in mind, let’s “reboot” and find out what real hope and change means in America according to the principles of King Jesus.

 

The gospel is the message the church has been commissioned to teach.  It’s a message that is much larger than is commonly taught, and is defined in part as, “…the history…of Jesus, including [His] character, actions and doctrines…with the whole scheme of salvation…” (Webster’s 1828 Dictionary)  The doctrines of the gospel are defined as, “the principles or truths taught by Jesus.”

 

One of these principles speaks about hope, declaring that, “…Christ…who is in you…is our only hope for glory. (Colossians 1:27)  What does that mean…hope for “glory”?  Fasten your seatbelt for the answer:  One of the definitions of “glory” is, “…an honorable representation of God.”  What a job!  How would individuals do this?

 

To answer, let’s look at another principle: God made the earth and everything in it, but gave mankind dominion over it (Genesis 1:28), meaning we are to replenish it, to rule and manage it in a way He would rule and manage it. What would that look like, ruling the earth and everything in it?

 

There are many components to God’s creation, and the gospel includes teaching and applying principles and truth to all of them.  The gospel message is the message of hope and change.  However, it is not just about personal salvation and going to heaven someday.  It’s about transforming individuals, families, schools, communities, and governments in a way that would represent God’s plans on earth today!  (Matthew 6:10)

 

Imagine this gospel teaching: Discovering truth through sciences, applying truth through technology, interpreting truth through humanities, implementing truth through commerce and social action, transmitting truth through education and arts, and preserving truth through government and law.  Allow your mind to wander for just a few moments to think about what that “hope and change” would look like!

 

Time to “reboot.”  Time to move the bar up.  What if hope and change was understood not as a political slogan, but rather a national aspiration for personal character improvement?  What if instead of looking for handouts from others, Americans looked into becoming better representatives of God?  What if we searched for answers to problems beginning with gospel principles about proper self-government (how we behave as individuals), then extrapolate those principles to our families, our schools, our communities?

 

Historically, church and state worked hand-in-hand in America.  In 1835, Alexis de Tocqueville, a French Statesman and historian wrote, “Religion in America…must be regarded as the foremost of the political institutions….This opinion is not peculiar to a class of citizens or a party, but it belongs to the whole nation and to every rank of society.”  Writing about the greatness of America, he said, “Not until I went into the churches of America and heard her pulpit flame with righteousness did I understand the secret of her genius and power.  America is great because America is good, and if America ever ceases to be good, America will cease to be great.”

 

We have the capacity to make America great again, but we must have teaching and application of the whole gospel to unlock it.  How about it Church?  How about it Pastors and Priests?  Being a Christian is not just about going to heaven.  It’s about living a life on earth representing God in every area. We have lost our path in America because we have short-changed the gospel message and kept it within the four walls of the church building.  Push back Christians!  What would happen if we learned the whole gospel and released it in America again?

 

Something to think about.

 

 

 

 

 

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Reason for Hope Conference 57 days away

Posted By Max Lyons, Monday, December 15, 2014

Dear Patriot,

We live in perilous times (II Timothy 3:1). God was merciful to us in the recent elections; however the people of God have much work to do. I know that you are concerned with the vital question of “how can we restore Biblical principles to education, government, our economic system, the media and every other aspect of life and culture?”

We want to extend a special invitation to those who love our nation and want to be ”part of the solution” to join us February 11_12, 2015 for purposeful and transformational presentations designed to encourage, equip, and embolden your commitment to Biblical education and scholarship, giving you a Reason for Hope. For details go to www.FACE.net/ReasonforHope. We sincerely hope that you will be able to attend this important training and networking opportunity.  Thank you for sharing this inspiring opportunity with others by forwarding this communication to them.

Teachers can earn two Continuing Education Units (2 CEUs; $10 for an ACSI certificate) while enjoying dynamic teaching and high quality peer-interaction.   Optional pre-conference and post-conference activities are also available including a Stonesetters Tour, Leadership Breakfast and Providential History Tour of Jamestown Island.  You won’t want to miss these.  For more information and conference registration visit our website at www.FACE.net/ReasonforHope or call (757) 488-6601 or (800) 352-3223.

We look forward to welcoming you,

 

Max Lyons, Ph.D.

Director of Teaching Services

 

PS: Please be aware that the Reason for Hope Conference is available through live streaming. Also, if you are not able to attend the entire conference, you may join us for dinner and an inspiring message by Bill Federer entitled The Triumph of Liberty.

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