Book Review: Being George Washington

George Washington is so old school!  Yawn…let’s talk about someone interesting!   If that’s your first response to yet another book about George, you are about to be surprised!  EPL Russ reviews this readable yet informative book about our first president. Being George Washington: The Indispensable Man, as You’ve Never Seen Him by Glenn Beck was a … More Book Review: Being George Washington

How now…

As followers of Jesus Christ look at the evolving culture in the United States, it is easy to see that it is drifting away from its Judeo-Christian roots.  Yet when asked how Christians should engage with the culture, many are at a loss of how to respond.  EPL Krista reviews what has become a classic on … More How now…

Media Review – The Roosevelts: An Intimate History

When visiting Washington, DC you cannot miss the legacy of the Roosevelt family!  From parks to statues to memorials the name Roosevelt is iconic in American history.  To gain a perspective on this family EPLs Corrie and Krista viewed Ken Burns’ mini-series The Roosevelts: An Intimate History.  Below are some of their thoughts… *Warning: May … More Media Review – The Roosevelts: An Intimate History

Movie Review – Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure

When something old becomes new again in American history our Education Program Leaders (EPL) get excited!  Kirk Cameron, of Full House fame, resurrected such a treasure when he explored the Forefather’s Monument in Plymouth, Massachusetts.  EPLs Andrew and Sheila share their thoughts on Cameron’s movie Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure. *Warning: May Contain … More Movie Review – Monumental: In Search of America’s National Treasure

Because “late” isn’t always a bad thing…

We enjoy and appreciate our Education Program Leaders!  They are an eclectic group of individuals who are passionate about Jesus!  It is fun to see the different ways they express their faith and reach out to the greater community! Corrie is much loved by the students she meets each year while leading programs throughout the … More Because “late” isn’t always a bad thing…