Future Leaders

friends-future-faith1. Future Leaders

Meet some Epic Heroes HERE.

Why do we study epic heroes? Because they are examples of noble character—they have withstood the trials of life and remained true.

“Epic” is defined as “otherwise heroic, usually the achievements of some distinguished hero, and intended to form the morals and affect the mind with the love of virtue. The purpose is to improve morals, and inspire a love of virtue, bravery, and illustrious actions.” (Webster’s 1828 Dictionary)

Character Education, Integrity, and Thomas More

Epic Hero: Columbus and the Israel Connection

Bible History: Epic Hero, Isaiah

Benjamin Franklin: America’s Greatest Diplomat

Thomas Jefferson: Champion of Liberty

The Noble Character of George Washington


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Restoring Judeo-Christian Values through Epic Stories

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