Jayme MacCullough is the founder of Pathway to Liberty. She is the author of “The Chain of Liberty, Do men have a right to think for themselves?” She home-educated her 5 sons and has developed the comprehensive, principle-based history curriculum Pathway to Liberty which is a for students of all ages. As a speaker, she has written and lead Bible studies, educational seminars, and conferences. She’s been involved in numerous organizations, such as MOPS, Aglow International, Just Give Me Jesus with Ann Graham Lotz, among others. Jayme customizes her topics to the needs of each group. She is proficient in the timeless documents of liberty, speaking from a principled perspective that compels listeners. Settings include large conferences, business seminars, small-group settings as well as one-on-one tutorials. To have Jayme speak, email @email@example.com.
“Liberty cannot be preserved without general knowledge among the people.” -John Adams Pathway to Liberty is a history-based curriculum designed around the key principles, people and events of liberty. The timeline begins with Creation and builds chronologically. We are holistic meaning that the subjects of literature, geography, writing and word studies coordinate and compliment the weekly history topic and principle. This approach submerges the student in the subject matter to encourage mastery of content. The workshop reviews what the curriculum offers and how it is flexible and easily implemented at home.
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Morgan Cantrell is the Curator of Education at Biblical History Center. She is a graduate student receiving a Master’s degree in Public History from the University of West Georgia.