Institute on the Constitution (IOTC) would like to give a special thank you to those in Piqua, Ohio who had an OUTSTANDING Liberty Camp this summer! Every single camper stated they want to return next year, and they all want to join Piqua’s Liberty Group.
Liberty Camps are a great way to begin working with youth; developing a love for freedom and liberty, and getting them involved in civil government. For more information, Click Here.
Special Thanks to:
SSgt. Carter, Army National Guard: Sgt. Carter had a boot camp for the kids. He also provided MRE’s for dinner and they all said that was the most fun of all!
Chief Warrant Officer 3 Reece, U.S. Army: CW3 Reece came back from his duties at the Pentagon to help with the camp. He entranced the young ones with stories of soldiers, bravery, and the values of Americans. Of course, he also participated in the fun and games and crafts with the kids. He gave an excellent presentation to the members at a meeting that evening and answered questions about the state of our country.
Steve Schumann: Participated just like one of the kids! He taught the kids a new song, with new verses, and led them in singing at the general meeting.
Ellen Horton: Gave an excellent demonstration on the importance of the Laws of Nature and Nature’s God.
Mandy Adams: Helped in every way possible – brought drinks and dessert, helped the kids with crafts, and kept records for our competitions.
Bill Serra: Brought constitutions for the kids and gave them an overview of our government.
Ted Lyons: Helped with all activities and solicited donations for our camp.
HR and Doug Pence and Sanna Aiken: Ran registration, helped with crafts and timing.
Doug Maynor: Bought and delivered all camp supplies.
Vicki Matsunami: Helped with crafts and kept time for our boot camp.
Note: SSgt. Carter has already asked if he could host our camp next year at the Armory in Piqua. We were gracious enough to agree! We will aim to have it on Flag Day, so Thursday, June 14, 2018. We hope to get at least 50 participants, so mark your calendars early!
Institute on the Constitution (IOTC) would like to give a special thank you to those in Piqua, Ohio who had an OUTSTANDING Liberty Camp this summer! Every single camper stated they want to return next […]
Speaking to approximately 300 people at two church services about the American View of law and government
Teen Challenge students were guests. Many had never heard a message about the importance of Christianity and its relation to America's founding documents.
Students as young as 14, parents, and grandparents were all in attendance. Students learned concepts like: pretended legislation, all law must conform to the "Laws of Nature and Nature's God," and courts and executive orders do not have legislative authority.
Recently, using IOTC's 12-Lecture U.S. Constitution Course, he fulfilled his vision inside an exact replica of Philadelphia's Independence Hall; where the ideas of the Declaration and the U.S. Constitution were birthed.