Events

Come view this presentation LIVE at IOTC Headquarters or via Webcast!

In classroom seating is extremely limited – register early!

In an effort to equip citizens with the principles for restoring our Constitutional Republic, IOTC sponsors speakers and events. The First Friday lecture series, held on the first Friday of every month, features dedicated experts in their respective fields.

This lecture series is held live in classroom in IOTC’s Maryland Chapter classroom; however, anyone in the country can attend the series virtually through an unlisted YouTube live event.

An issue that relates to everyone is health care. Do we have a right to health care? Is that right somehow secured in our Constitution? Join us to learn about this vital issue.

Presentation begins at 7:00pm and will end at 9:00pm on Friday, September 7, 2018.

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September 7, 2018

September First Friday: Healthcare and the Constitution

The mathematics of Constitutional representation will cover the clear plan our founders had for representation in the House of Representatives. That plan went off the rails early in the twentieth century. Is it possible to fix it?
May 24, 2018

Americans Discover their Heritage for the First Time!

   On April 22nd, 36 Ohioans, hungry to learn of the nation’s foundation upon Biblical principles, attended The Truth of America’s Founding: Your Heritage and Mine seminar at The Church at Farmersville with facilitators Ricki Pepin and Ellen Horton. […]
May 24, 2018

A Wildfire of Liberty in Western Ohio

On Saturday, May 5, 2018, Kevin & Kathy Lantz hosted a three-pronged IOTC event: A graduation/reunion/outreach. The event took place at their church, The Covenant at Sugar Grove, in Tipp City, Ohio. More than 70 people attended a combination […]
May 17, 2018

The Nebraska Homeschool Convention

Because of the work and sacrifice of some many Christian parents, Homeschooling is not only a reality but it has become a growing trend that continues to gain traction. The Nebraska Homeschooling Convention draws people […]