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Four new teachings announced!

Posted By Max Lyons, Thursday, September 25, 2014

Dear friends of liberty


In our Lessons in Liberty series FACE is offering one course and three free lectures this fall/winter (click here for details Lessons_in_Liberty_Flyer.pdf):


·       A five-week course entitled Free Men and Free Markets will impart knowledge of economics as understood through the lens of Scripture.

·       Dr. Mark Beliles, Founder of the Providence Foundation, will present his extensive research on The Religious Life and Legacy of Thomas Jefferson. I guarantee that much of what you learn, you have never heard before!

·       How are the Scriptures the founding document of our founding fathers? Dr. Jerry Newcombe author/co-author of 25 books and co-host and spokesperson for Truth in Action ministries will share some of his research from The Book That Made America.

·       We Want a King, Our Fatal Choice is the provocative title of Jim Wallis’ upcoming book making the case for a Biblically based government and economic system. Jim has been involved in a five-year intensive research and writing project that promises to not only bless you with Biblical knowledge and application but also give you hope for revival and reformation.


We now live stream all our teaching events! If you live in Tidewater, you can attend in person in our Western Branch classroom, otherwise if you have an internet connection, you can join us live online in a dynamic, interactive session where you can comment and ask questions.


Please forward this communication to any Christians, educators, or home-schooled high school students who you feel could benefit from furthering their understanding of the Biblical worldview.


For Christ and His truth,


Max Lyons


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