“1776” is an assembly of independent voices who uphold our country’s authentic founding virtues and values and challenge those who assert America is forever defined by its past failures, such as slavery. We seek to offer alternative perspectives that celebrate the progress America has made on delivering its promise of equality and opportunity and highlight the resilience of its people. Our focus is on solving problems. We do this in the spirit of 1776, the date of America’s true founding.
In her first 1776 Series interview, Mrs. Fields discussed homeschooling’s ability to bring children closer to their parents. “Everybody wants to be heroes to everybody’s children,” said Mrs. Fields, “why don’t we make the parents their heroes?”
It's time to get them out!
Education Pandemic Zoom Meetings links & more...
Zoom-Education Pandemic-Arrows in the Quiver Children are called arrows in Psalm 127 for a reason. "Lo, children are an heritage of the Lord: and the fruit of the womb is his reward, As arrows are in the hand of a mighty man; so are the children of the youth." Therefore, arrows must be crafted very carefully.
Zoom-Education Pandemic-Globalist Sex Education Agenda Globalist Sex Education Agenda
LGBT History & Comprehensive Sex Education (HB0246, SB2761, HB5012, SB3788, SB25) & BLM curriculum.
The CSE bill is dangerous and woefully ungodly. In NSES, masturbation is an element of CSE guidelines and what is and will be funnel through the public education system.
The War on Children: The Comprehensive Sexuality Education Agenda - 11 mins
Stop Sexualizing Children!
Comprehensive sexuality education programs seek to change society by changing sexual and gender norms and teaching youth to advocate for their sexual rights. Most CSE programs promote acceptance of diverse sexual identities and orientations and have an almost obsessive focus on sexual pleasure, instructing children and youth at the earliest ages on how to obtain sexual pleasure in a variety of ways.
God, Parents and the ‘1619 Project’ by Latasha Fields
Latasha Fields, co-pastor of Our Report Ministries explains why religious Americans should reject the idea that slavery is what defines the nation on ‘Fox & Friends.’
First, as a black American, I believe it is particularly important to break away from the oppressive way of thinking promulgated by the “1619 Project.” Slavery is an appalling part of this nation’s history, and discrimination continues in some forms today. But these flaws do not define the self-correcting spirit of freedom and truth etched into America’s founding documents. They certainly don’t define me as an individual. . .
"Public schools today—like the ones using “1619” in their curriculum—rely on one-size-fits-all secular humanistic indoctrination to dumb down American children and drive wedges between them and their parents. Such secularism has grown increasingly hostile to patriotism and parental authority. Its greatest enemies are true diversity, tolerance and the nuclear family structure.'
Read full article at WSJ Opinion…https://www.wsj.com/articles/god-parents-and-the-1619-project-11599759170
Pastor Latasha Fields vs. Rep.Ilhan Omar on Poverty - Star Parker - CURE
My Congressional Testimony
On June 19, 2019 in the House Budget Committee, Pastors Latasha Fields and David Mahan faced off against Rep. Illian Omar (D-MN) and other supporters of socialism.
CURE President Star Parker introduces Pastor Fields who shared her personal life story and eloquently defended the importance of hard work. Former President Lyndon Johnson's "War on Poverty" has failed, but liberty and pro-growth policies are lifting our most distressed communities out of poverty.
Watch the entire 3-hour hearing: https://budget.house.gov/legislation/... Visit CURE, Star Parker's non-profit organization: http://urbancure.org Visit Star Parker's official site: http://starparker.com/
Black Families Matters
Weightier Matters of the Law
On July 18th, 2020 In Floomoor IL, Freedom's Journal Institute held a rally for their initiative Black Families Matter. A group of liked minded Black Conservative Christians gathered near planned parenthood in Flossmoor IL to declare that if Black lives really matter we should be talking about Black Families. In addition to the rally, a reception was held at the Aide For Women facility next door. Attendees brought baby supplies for single mothers.
Latasha Fields delivers a passionate, well-reasoned, and biblically based call for Christian parents to stop advocating for public education and instead take personal responsibility for their children’s instruction. She also addresses the destructive agenda and influence of groups such as Black Lives Matter at School and the New York Times 1619 Project’s K-12 Black History Curriculum in government schools – and their intent to undermine and dismantle the Black nuclear family.
Illinois Action Alerts
New proposed bills will violate the constitution rights of parents in Education, Health, Medical and Religious Freedom. Illinois Supreme Court has made it clear that parental rights fundamental rights, therefore, they receive strict judicial scrutiny in Illinois.
In response to the current COVID-19 pandemic, we believe it is vital to support families within our community. These unforeseen changes have restructured home life for most in many different ways, thereby creating an opportunity for all parents to experience the wonderful world of schooling at home. Likewise, many traditional schools have had to adjust to meet these temporary, yet necessary changes. Thus, requiring them to restructure its’ current method of how instructing and learning is to be delivered.
As a school using the A.C.E. curriculum, and having recently launched our own trial period of online learning in August 2019, primarily to our distance-learning families, we have also taken a more perceptible approach; and adapted A.C.E. virtual learning recommendations by streamlining our current virtual learning experience to meet the needs of more families.
While we realize, all have been impacted, we would like to do what we can by inviting your family to connect with our cooperative learning virtual experience.
What is KGCA doing for families impacted by COVID-19?
We are... • Actively having class online • Providing affordable A.C.E. curriculum options • Provide full supervisor/teacher support offering all the benefits of our in class learning experience in our home-base private school in the privacy of your own home. Please contact us for financial hardship options and/or to discuss April temporary online enrollment.
While these times are undeniably occupied with considerable uncertainty, my husband and I are praying for you and your family and hope that this will help you feel confident that you can continue to meet your children’s academic and spiritual needs.