ACH Study Groups
Ben & Fran Gilmore – Cofounders
7659 Gingerblossom Drive
Citrus Heights, CA 95621
September 9, 2017
This is a letter to our friends –
God is so good!
Last February Rebecca Beach, Fran and I were discussing significant teachers and their methods. William Ames, John Locke, William Blackstone, Charles Montesquieu, …
These men of the 17th and 18th centuries had a profound impact upon the founding of America, the first Christian Constitutional Republic in human history. The founding fathers read their work. More significantly – The founding preachers read their work and found it to be biblical. In turn, these preachers passed it from the pulpit to the pews!
When Alexis de Tocqueville toured the colonies, he was surprised by the political sophistication of the American people. It was the fruit of those founding sermons! Today, our society has exchanged that sophistication for a mess of pottage!
The seeds of a restoration movement were planted in the 1960’s. A few of those seed planters, now in their later years, are joining to inspire and share. This is a once-on-a-lifetime gathering of master teachers who have spent decades inspiring the next generation of student patriots and their parents.
I started writing with thoughts about what God has made out of our conversation last February. He raised up a great committee to share the effort. He brought in thousands of dollars to support it. Then He reached across the nation to collect the people. God is so good!
The event comes up in two weeks from 10am to 8pm, on the 23rd in the Atrium of Destiny Church in Rocklin, CA. If you have had thoughts about what you were not taught about the true and inspiring story of our nation, this event is for you! If you are fed up with false and twisted accounts of America’s history, this is your opportunity to spend the day with master teachers who make history and government come alive!
Pre-registration is appreciated (lunch and dinner included), but last minute walk-ins will be welcome. Please go to www.HonoringTheVision.weebly.com or call 916-722-2501 for information.
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