Inspiring speakers, critical thinking.
For over 50 years FACE has been resolute in safeguarding,
teaching and planting bedrock principles that sustain liberty.
Now, at the Reason for Hope conference you will be mentored
under learned scholars in the tools of liberty and Biblical
principles that impact everyday life, including politics,
education, religion, economics, social issues and government.
You will not want to miss one session of this vital conference,
led by national leaders and educators, on winning back the
hearts and minds of our nation.
Carole G. Adams, Ph.D., is President of The
Foundation for American Christian Education
(FACE) and leads the ministry forward. She was
directly mentored by Rosalie Slater and is the
chief editor of The Noah Plan® curriculum,
co-author with Rosalie Slater of The Journal and
contributing writer for The American Christian
Prompter. She is a sought-after speaker at many conferences and
Rod D. Martin, founder and CEO of The Martin
Organization, is a technology entrepreneur, futurist, hedge
fund manager and author. Fox Business News calls him a
“tech guru,” Britain’s Guardian has labeled him a
“philosopher-capitalist,” and Gawker describes him as a
“brilliant nonconformist”. He was previously a senior
member of PayPal’s pre-IPO startup team, Policy Director for Gov.
Mike Huckabee, and President of the National Federation of
Republican Assemblies (NFRA). He serves on the Southern Baptist
Convention’s Committee on Order of Business, as a trustee of Criswell
College, and as Distinguished Visiting Professor of History,
Government and Entrepreneurship at Hannibal LaGrange University.
William J. (Bill) Federer is a nationally known speaker,
best-selling author, and president of Amerisearch, a
publishing company dedicated to researching America’s
noble heritage. Bill’s American Minute radio feature and
his Faith in History television shows air across America. A
former U.S. congressional candidate, Bill has appeared on
national media networks such as CSPAN, FOX, NPR, MSNBC, CBN,
TBN, INSP, TCT and numerous local programs. He has been
interviewed on Focus on the Family, G. Gordon Liddy, Michael
Medved, Michael Reagan, Common Sense Radio w/Ollie North,
Armstrong Williams, Salem Radio Network, Bott Radio Network, and
Phyllis Schlafly Live.
Jake MacAulay serves as the Chief Executive Officer of
the Institute on the Constitution (IOTC), an educational
outreach that presents the founders’ “American View” of
law and government. IOTC has produced thousands of
graduates in all 50 states with a full understanding of the
Biblical principles on which America’s founding
documents are based. The former co-host of the syndicated talk show,
The Sons of Liberty, he is an ordained minister and has established the
American Club, a constitutional study group in public and private
schools. Jake has been seen on Yahoo News, Fox News, The Blaze,
AP, CBS, NBC and The Weekly Standard, among others.
Dan Smithwick is founder and President of the
Nehemiah Institute and creator of the PEERS Test that
measures the Biblical worldview of students in Christian
schools as compared to public schools and the general
population. He was in business management with
AT&T for 20 years, as well as other firms in upper
management. Dan has been active in Christian education
for over 20 years and worked for Dr. Pat Robertson’s Freedom Council.
He also serves on the executive committee of the Coalition on Revival
(COR), a ministry providing high-level Biblical worldview training.
Mark Jumper, Ph.D., is a Teaching Elder in the Evangelical
Presbyterian Church and a retired Navy chaplain. He is
currently the Director of Master’s Programs and Assistant
Professor at the Regent University School of Divinity.
Jumper received a B.A. in History from Oral Roberts
University in Tulsa, Oklahoma; an M.Div. from Columbia
Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia; graduation from the
Chaplain Advanced Course in Newport, Rhode Island; an Ph.D. in
Humanities from Salve Regina University in Newport, Rhode Island
with a dissertation, Jus Post Bellum (Justice After War): Contours of
Construction; and Teacher Certification at ACT Houston in Dallas,
Texas. Dr. Jumper is married to Ginger and they have seven children
ages thirteen to twenty-three. They live in Chesapeake, Virginia.
Max Lyons, Ph.D., Director of Teaching Services for The
Foundation for American Christian Education, gives
Principle Approach ® support to schools, churches and
homeschools by providing training, inspiration and
practical individual consultation. Max has served as a
teacher, board member, principal and administrator in
Christian schools. He is also the author of Government
Takes It All…What’s Left for Me?, Celebrate Our Christian Holidays
Like You Were There, Bible curriculum and various resources for
teaching America’s Christian history.