Hebrews 4:16

Let us then come boldly unto the throne of grace, that we may obtain mercy, and find grace to help in time of need.

A Journey In Liberty

A Journey in Liberty by Dawn Boyer 


Studying the U.S. Constitution 


“We, the people, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice and insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish this Constitution for the United States of America.” Preamble to the US Constitution
 
 
 
Have you wanted to take time to understand what the Constitution really has to say about liberty, voting rights, basic freedoms, and the construction of your government?
 
My book outlines the Constitution, word for word, as you and your students delve into the history and the faith behind this amazing document.  The Constitution of our United States was not just a random product of a few months of debate, but it was a culmination of years of thought through men like John Locke, Baron Montesquiue,  and  William Blackstone.  Careful study of documents like the Magna Carta, The Delcaration of the Rights of Man,  The English Bill of Rights, and even our own Declaration of Independence lead the way to the drafting of  this document of of liberty.
 
 

Brand new title from Knowledge Quest

Join author Dawn Boyer, seasoned and enthusiastic co-op teacher of US government classes using primary source documents, on A Journey in Liberty as she presents the US Constitution in an understandable and memorable way. This curriculum is a year long course for middle and/or high school students and qualifies for a social studies credit in US government. This course works beautifully in a home, school or co-op setting. Available now - over 385 jam-packed pages!


You can access my new ebook, A Journey In Liberty from the Knowledge Quest Website!
You can download the first chapter for free!

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