To inspire + support
parents to raise
their kids with
virtues + founding
WHAT WE DO
Curate and create practical and fresh values-aligned resources – including parenting content, creative activity, authentic experience, and digital community – via website, newsletter, podcast, and social network.
What you can expect from us:
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You will find friends who get the hard days and want to celebrate the good ones
You will find love for the USA and her people
You will be honored for your right to parent your child in the way you deem best
You can depend on us to provide fun, fresh, safe ideas for raising patriots
About parents, children and families:
Parents are primary, and they know their children better than anyone.
Family is the cornerstone of society.
Raising children is a mission, not a task.
Families thrive when they are part of a community.
Freedom is only a generation away from extinction, and we must teach it to our children.
Conversations power ideas, deepen relationships, and impact futures.
Creative play plants the seeds of critical thinking and problem-solving.
Leaders are readers.
About America and society:
Life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness is the American Dream.
America is not perfect, but it is the best country on earth.
The rights of the individual are paramount, and individuals are at their best when in relationship with others.
The entrepreneurial spirit is indomitable.
A strong civil society is essential for a flourishing democratic republic.
The government that governs best governs least.
Freedom is worth defending.
A transcendent order is the foundation for a moral philosophy.
the willingness to control your fear or anxiety in a difficult situation; the ability to act in spite of uncertainty
responsibility; the quality of owning a task or expectation, and being held accountable for the rewards or consequences
the act of sincerely sharing your actions and feelings with another in a relationship of mutual fondness or purpose
the quality of working carefully and with a lot of effort; having initiative, ingenuity, and resourcefulness
the ability to live your life without being helped or influenced by other people; owning your unique decisions
the feeling or attitude that you have no special importance which allows being disrespectful of others
attentive to your own actions and emotions, as well as to others; putting personal circumstance into perspective
the willingness to stop blaming or being angry with someone for something that person has done
a strong feeling of sympathy and sadness for the suffering or bad luck of others and a wish to help them
trust or confidence in a higher calling or greater perspective, grounded in theology, philosophy, or morality
the ability to make yourself do things you know you should do even when you do not want to, even if it is difficult
the quality of doing something within reasonable limits; the ability to exert will power and restraint
willingness to respect behavior and beliefs different from your own, although you might not agree with them
willingness to wait, or continue doing something despite difficulties; appreciating delayed gratification
the act of giving money, food, or help free to those who are in need because they are ill, poor, or have no home
honesty and the ability to do or know what is morally right; demonstrating integrity, the ablity to be trusted
the act of continued effort and determination; having the quality of grit and the intent to never give up
a promise to someone or a firm decision to do something; related to qualities of loyalty, trust, principle
politeness, honor, and care shown towards yourself, someone or something that is considered important
acknowledging and expressing appreciation toward people and circumstances outside of yourself