This curriculum was designed for teaching one or multiple students at varying ages from K-5 through 12th grade. There are 26 weeks in a year of study. The Course Outline provides a more detailed overview of each week’s study.
The material is presented in such a way as to lead students down the path of reasoning, to direct students to be engaged and think biblically, creating an environment where learning is not only educational, but transformational!
Jayme MacCullough | Founder
I see the challenges young people have with the saturation of evolution, humanism and socialism in our culture and wanted my sons to think differently about life. I desire they have an answer to the questions and issues we face today.
Pathway to Liberty developed because I felt that the homeschool curriculums I had been using offered them a shallow form of what I desired for them. I wanted them to have more; strong character, a Biblical worldview, an understanding of history, and the foundations of our nation. Simply stated, I want them to live free; first within their souls, and next to maintain and advance liberty in their spheres of influence.
From The Founder
"I believe most Americans wish they had a better understanding of American History.”
"Our public school's educational philosophy is actually set up in such a way as to educate students against being free-thinkers.”
"Being educated in the public school system caused me to have to re-educate myself about our nation’s history and founding principles.”
"I’m convinced that if a student finds history dry, dull and boring, they either have the wrong book, or the wrong teacher. History is fascinating.”
"As Americans, we have a rich inheritance that must be maintained and preserved.”
"Providence is simply recognizing a power greater than oneself, is at work. Our nation’s history is providential.”
"My desire, as a mother, is that my sons leave my home as free-thinking men who live in liberty in their hearts and in their minds; men who are able to make decisions that will maintain and advance the concepts of true liberty, and be able to influence others as a result.”
"My desire is that individuals who wish to understand more about our nation’s history and the principles of liberty, would first be transformed, and then affect their homes, communities and the nation as a whole.”
"Real learning is when you can articulate what you’ve learned to someone else and apply those lessons to your life. They’re maintained in your long-term memory, becoming a part of your lifestyle through thinking, reasoning and action.”
"Our nation’s founding principles of liberty are life changing when personally applied.”
"An individual who understands principles of liberty can listen to a political candidate, a teacher, an author or journalist or read a book or an article and discern the presuppositions of the author. Are they a free-thinking individual? Or do they adhere to philosophies that are actually opposed to liberty?”
"Students of Pathway to Liberty are equipped to live in liberty and influence change.”
"Principles are powerful and life-giving."
The Chain of Liberty Book and Studyguide
What enables individuals to thrive? What makes a nation prosper? How has a nation’s adherence to the principles of liberty contributed to it successes and failures?
Since early colonial America, the United States was founded upon the principles of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness – and trust in God.
Liberty was uniquely enacted throughout the United States with the principles of self – government and religious freedom being at the helm of this exceptional nation’s beginnings. The right to choose how one is governed and whom and how to worship secured its citizen’s right to think for themselves in all areas of life. Liberty was finally with in each person’s grasp.
With an overview of the pathway liberty has taken, from creation to modern times, The Chain of Liberty offers a principled approach that will captivate students of any age.
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