Providential History Tour of First Landing Site, Fort Story, Virginia Beach
First Landing Day, Wednesday, April 29, 10:30–11:30 a.m.
(School or homeschool groups may schedule individual times that day)
The tour Providential History of America’s Founding will examine the historic events surrounding the landing, dedication, and permanent settlement of this land by the English colonists who founded James Cittie (Jamestown Settlement). Their story begins, though, with the people and the vision of the grand-founders, many years before the landing at Cape Henry, on April 26, and dedication service on April 29, 1607. Our grand-founders, men like Richard Hakluyt and others, were people who were influenced greatly by the English Protestant Reformation. This ensured that America was destined to be a nation based solidly on the principles of God’s Word.
Chris Evans has homeschooled her two children and also worked in promotion, publicity and history events at StoneBridge School. She has been politically active in public policy in conservative and social issues for 32 years. Chris has spent 25 years researching and studying Christian history specializing in the providential history of America and the Virginia Colony. She is currently available to lead tours at the First Landing site and the historic district specializing in tours of Jamestown.
The cost is $10 per individual or family. To schedule a school or homeschool group, please call Max Lyons at 757-488-6601 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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