Make sure to watch the premiere of Bringing Up Bates TONIGHT!

December 31, 2014 at 11:28 am 1 comment
Make sure to watch the premiere of Bringing Up Bates TONIGHT!

If you’ve been watching the Duggar family’s show, 19 Kids and Counting, you’ve “met” the Bates, another entertaining double-digit family with children raised on traditional American values and counterculture philosophy. Here at the Green home, we’re super excited about the premier of UPTV’s “Bringing Up Bates!” partly because we personally know them to be a fun, diverse, well-grounded family; but […]

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Special announcement: the Constitution Alive! video course just got ten times better!

December 24, 2014 at 11:12 am 1 comment
Special announcement: the Constitution Alive! video course just got ten times better!

I am thrilled to announce the latest version of our Constitution Alive! video course! In addition to being filmed on location in Independence Hall, where the Constitution was born, we have now added segments filmed with David Barton, discussing the historical background of the sections covered in the lesson and applying them to today. So now, not only do you […]

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HOROWITZ: HAPPY CONSTITUTION DAY

September 17, 2014 at 12:40 pm 0 comments
HOROWITZ: HAPPY CONSTITUTION DAY

“Take a few moments today on the anniversary of the signing of the Constitution to read this overview of what the founders accomplished 227 years ago, and be reminded of why it’s so important to return to those founding principles today.” – Rick By Daniel Horowitz via Breitbart.com Today, we celebrate the 227th anniversary of the signing of the United States […]

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FaithLauncher Deadline TONIGHT: Will You Help Us Reach the Finish Line?

May 14, 2014 at 5:21 pm 0 comments
With the original Bible Muhlenberg preached from

As we wrap up our FaithLauncher funding project, I’d like to share a little more about why our East Coast trip was so meaningful to me on a personal level. We didn’t just go to film episodes of Red, White, Blue, & Green. The main purpose of our trip was to attend my oldest son Trey’s graduation from Liberty University (as the […]

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Behold: the two absolutely worst arguments against homeschooling

April 28, 2014 at 8:43 pm 0 comments
Behold: the two absolutely worst arguments against homeschooling

“The ignorance of those who criticize home schooling for a lack of ‘socialization’ is mercilessly exposed by Matt Walsh in this article. Matt articulates what so many of us have been trying to say for years. When people question my amazing home schooling wife with the common ‘aren’t you worried about socialization,’ she always says ‘yes, exactly’ with a sly […]

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THE NEWEST REALITY TV SHOW YOU NEED TO SEE

April 3, 2014 at 11:35 am 0 comments
THE NEWEST REALITY TV SHOW YOU NEED TO SEE

Guest post by Ellery Sadler of Culture and News: An Insideout Perspective It was hot July day in Texas and the whole ranch seemed to smell of barbeque. Little groups were scattered across the backyard, talking, laughing, sipping sweet tea and lemonade. Shyly, I joined a circle of girls and started chatting. None of us knew many people and it was our first […]

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An Interview with Kirk Cameron

March 26, 2014 at 10:00 am 0 comments
An Interview with Kirk Cameron

“Patriot Academy grad Ellery Sadler has a great article about one of my favorite actors, Kirk Cameron. Check it out here.” – Rick By Ellory Sadler via Culture & News: an Insideout Perspective My phone buzzed on the kitchen table. I dropped my book and jumped to get it, feeling excited, a little jittery. On the screen was the right […]

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Green Family’s Reality Show Will Tell America’s Story!

March 17, 2014 at 2:44 pm 3 comments
Green Family’s Reality Show Will Tell America’s Story!

Guest post by Hannah Hill of InHenrysWake.com One of the saddest results of our modern education system is the common opinion that history is dull, boring, and dry. That said, there is some justice in that opinion: the way history is taught these days IS dull, boring and dry. But it doesn’t have to be that way. History isn’t a […]

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