Will you help Restore Our Nation?

Come enjoy studying the “Mighty Deeds of God” (Psalm 78) in the founding of America’s Liberty through these three courses.  You will understand how God moved providentially through generations and centuries to glorify Himself through this nation with covenants and miracles.  Your faith will be built as your discover how great our God is! Every American needs to develop an understanding of these principles to know what practices will build freedom, prosperity and justice.  Then we as a culture will know what practices to refuse and which to embrace, which will bring poverty and despair and which will bring success and prosperity.  These 3 classes form a full year High School/College level American Government and Economics Accredited Course.

GOV100: American Government Part I  12 Weeks $10 Syllabus

This course highlights the amazing ways God moved in establishing the United States of America.  You will explore the Declaration of Independence in depth and be able to clearly explain it to others. The Declaration of Independence was adopted by the U.S. Congress on July 4, 1776, and declared that We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable rights, that among these are life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness.”   This concept of government brought Liberty to all who would embrace it.  We will learn how to steward this Liberty for the next generation.

This course will cover:

  • The Dominion Mandate
  • Hebrew Republic
  • Three Branches of Government
  • Dual Form of Government,
  • Republican New Testament churches
  • King Alfred and Common Law
  • King John Lackland and the Magna Charta
  • The Petition of Rights
  • The English Bill of Rights
  • The English Philosophers:
    • John Locke (1632–1704): “Of Civil Government”
    • Algernon Sidney (1772): “The Works of Algernon Sidney”
    • Montesquieu (1689–1755): “The Spirit of Laws”
    • Sir William Blackstone (1723–1780) “The Commentaries on the Laws of England”
  • The Pilgrims and The Mayflower Compact
  • The Orders of Connecticut
  • The Declaration of Independence

The class project will be for each student to know the Declaration of Independence and explain it line by line, and convey that knowledge to his community through emails, blogging and Letters to the Editor.

Required books for this course, which you can purchase through these links:

Beneficial Resources:

Free Resource:

Search 1828 Noah Webster Dictionary Online

BUS100: Economic Integrity: 6 Weeks  $15 Syllabus/E-Book

There is no “Bad Economy” with God!  Learn how our Founding Fathers designed their government to encourage “We the People” to prosper!  Be a vital link in returning this nation to the Biblical principles that made us the world leader in personal and national wealth and productivity.  We will study how our Founders became so wise in their economic understanding and why they refused to allow the Constitution to include printing money.  This knowledge will profit you and our nation.

Required books for this course which you can purchase through the links below:

Resources:

GOV200: American Government Part II:  18 Weeks $10 Syllabus

This course explains the Constitution clause by clause and the first 27 amendments, in a clear down to earth, fashion. You will understand what it says and what it means by learning through excerpts from the Constitutional debates and the Federalist papers.  You will be able to apply this understanding to the current events facing our nation and you will become a knowledgeable citizen, who can explain these constitutional issues to others. You will help preserve the Constitution, which many have died to create and protect.

Required book for this course which you can purchase through the link below:

Excellent literature to accompany the class and add depth and understanding are:

Critiques from American Government Studies:

“…it was really interesting! Before your class I had never liked History! Now I really enjoy History and applying it to the present times.” – Sierra Casteel

“…I liked this one too. It was a lot of work, but it was still really interesting, and I learned a lot of things.” – Kayla Thomas

“..loved doing the activity…” – Jaspen Mosley

“I loved this class sooo much! It showed me how important history really is! I learned to ‘put this in my spirit’ and ‘make it a part of me’… Thank you so much for teaching all these classes.” -Danae Pick

“You were an awesome teacher! You made what would normally be a very dry subject exciting and come alive before our eyes! We were so blessed to have you offer this… I loved how you brought the Word of God into your curriculum….” -Kim Casteel (parent)

“I too have enjoyed working with you. It is hard to find someone who is committed, diligent & pursues excellence in all they do. Thank you for all you have done. Our school has been richly blessed.” Anita Welsh, GRA

“…..we will tell the next generation about the glorious deeds of the Lord, .…so the next generation might know them even the children not yet born- and they in turn will teach their own children. So each generation should set its hope anew on God, not forgetting his glorious miracles and obeying his commands.” ~Psalm 78: 4, 6–7