Beyond High School

Josh Calhoun knows all about the benefits of receiving a scholarship through RENEWANATION. Last year Calhoun was awarded the first RENEWANATION scholarship from Regent University, a full-ride offer that allowed him to begin taking classes this past fall at the school. “The experience has been great,” he states about his freshman year at the Virginia Read More

One business man doing his part: Meet Caleb Mann

According to the States Census Bureau, there are about 49.5 million students enrolled in elementary and high schools across the country. Roughly 42 million of these students are enrolled in government schools, 5.5 million in private schools (including parochial schools), and 1.5 million students are home schooled. It takes a lot of money to educate Read More

Court Cases in Education Timeline

So what has happened to remove God from the public school system since Josephine Berry Minnix was a student in 1933? Consider these cases decided by the Supreme Court of the United States as cited by The Oyez Project: • 1948 – McCollum vs Board of Education District 71 In 1940, members of the Jewish, Read More

My How Times Have Changed

Over 77 years ago, on a Thursday, June 1, 1933, there was a lot going on: the Great Depression was in full swing; the “Century of Progress” World’s Fair opened in Chicago; Charlie Chaplin married Paulette Goddard; Alan “The Horse” Ameche, a famous NFL fullback for the Baltimore Colts was born—and Josephine “Jodie” Berry was Read More

From a Lightning Bug’s Point of View

I once heard a story about a lightning bug convention that was held on Farmer Smith’s back 40 acres. Lightning bugs came from all over the country to this great convention. They came by the thousands; perhaps even millions came for the event. They spent several nights flashing their lights and discussing things of special Read More

One More Reason to Impact

He grew up in Virginia – Fairfax County to be exact. Times were tough and money was scarce, but born into his heart and mind was a voracious love of science. As he entered his high school days, it was a chemistry teacher who began powerfully affecting the life of Bill Fagan. The economic structure Read More

You Can’t Take It With You

We have all heard the old adage about our money and earthly possessions: “You can’t take it with you.” While this is true—you certainly cannot physically take it with you to heaven—your wealth here on earth can have eternal value. Introducing the RENEWANATION Legacy Society… The Office of Development at RENEWANATION offers the Legacy Society Read More

It’s Time to Remember, America!

Something of great consequence is stirring across America today. It is not confined to any one segment of society or to a particular geographical area. Young and old alike are experiencing a yearning, a longing to know the truth about our roots – our national beginnings. In the wake of the multicultural tidal wave that Read More

To Be Educated

If I learn my ABCs, can read 600 words per minute, and can write with perfect penmanship, but have not been taught how to communicate with the Designer of all language, I have not been educated.   If I can deliver an eloquent speech and persuade with my stunning logic, but have not been instructed Read More