Nationally Recognized Program Teaches the United States Constitution
“Now more than ever, our nation needs biblical citizens who grasp the dynamic unity of the citizens of the Kingdom of God and the citizens of this great nation,” notes the Patriot Academy. Erika and Donovan Eades of Altavista will host a free course on Biblical Citizenship and the United States Constitution.
The course, Biblical Citizenship in Modern America, will be offered at the Timbrook Branch of the Campbell County Public Library on Thursdays, April 7 through June 9, from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
“This course offers the quick-start guide to the oldest Constitution in history, with an overview of all the articles and amendments,” says the Patriot Academy course outline. “What sets it apart from other US Constitution courses are the interactive and fast-paced presentations; the fabulous locations of Independence Hall and the Wallbuilders’ Library; and finally our intricately woven biblical heritage along the way!”
The course description further includes the following information. “You will learn how the founders relied on their Christian moorings and biblical worldview to secure the blessings of freedom for ourselves and our posterity. You will also be treated to encouraging historical facts and inspiring true stories that are not taught in our educational institutions today. Overall, you will be edified and equipped to operationalize your faith and practice biblical citizenship in modern America!
The course is a hybrid in-person/online course with the Patriot Academy curriculum. At its heart is another course, “Constitution Alive! A Citizen’s Guide to the Constitution,” and it is expanded and enhanced with material focused on the current battle for America’s culture and soul.
Erika and Donovan Eades will host and facilitate the course. They can be reached at [email protected] or (434) 941-4869 with any questions. “We look forward to seeing you at the event!” they stated.
Location: Timbrook Library, 18891 Leesville Road, Lynchburg
Online Course – Information on how to attend this online event will be emailed to you after registration.
Event dates: Thursdays April 7, 14 and 28; May 12, 19, 26, June 2, 9; 7:30-9:30 p.m.
“Here’s a great way to learn the history and true contents and benefits of the US Constitution in a free local course,” Donovan commented. “Did you know that the lifespan of a national constitution is only 17 years?
“But did you know that the United States Constitution is 234 years old?!? Our American Constitution is unique among all others. Join Erika Edwards Eades from April 7 at the Timbrook Library to learn more,” he added.