For You They Signed

For You They Signed

Publisher: New Leaf Press/Master Bks
Author: Marilyn Boyer
$29.94

In 1776, 56 men signed their names on a document that they knew might well mean their certain deaths as traitors to England. Standing on principles of faith and liberty, these men forged a powerful call for freedom and human dignity still resonating today in America. Yet, historical revisionists have distorted or attempted to wipe away every trace of this nation's Christian heritage, including the heartfelt faith of these founding fathers.

A few of the men discussed are

  • Samuel Adams
  • John Hancock
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • John Penn
  • George Read
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • Thomas Nelson, Jr.
  • George Walton

More than simply facts and figures, For You They Signed provides an abundance of resources within one volume.

This book can be used as a

  • full year of family devotional character studies
  • a complete resource
  • self-study
  • inspirational general reading
  • group study
It includes
  • Over 90 illustrations, biographical summaries, and insightful quotes
  • Character quality definitions, Patrick Henry's speech delivered to the signers, the Christian nature of state constitutions, and the Christian nature of America's universities.
The Declaration of Independence remains one of history's most enduring achievements, and this text will help you value those freedoms these men fought for in an insightfully fresh way. It will also assist you in catching the God-given vision of these faithful new Americans, igniting a fire for your family, community, and the generations to come. Here is a volume that should be found in every private and public library in America... a meticulously documented look back to the true birth of our nation.

The author Marilyn Boyer is the descendant of a Revolutionary War soldier and a daughter of a World War II veteran. She is the wife of an Air Force veteran, mother and home educator of fourteen sons and daughters, and grandmother of six.

Hardback, 400 pages, ISBN 9780890515983
Book Title For You They Signed
Publisher: New Leaf Press/Master Bks
Author Marilyn Boyer

In 1776, 56 men signed their names on a document that they knew might well mean their certain deaths as traitors to England. Standing on principles of faith and liberty, these men forged a powerful call for freedom and human dignity still resonating today in America. Yet, historical revisionists have distorted or attempted to wipe away every trace of this nation's Christian heritage, including the heartfelt faith of these founding fathers.

A few of the men discussed are

  • Samuel Adams
  • John Hancock
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • John Penn
  • George Read
  • Thomas Jefferson
  • Thomas Nelson, Jr.
  • George Walton

More than simply facts and figures, For You They Signed provides an abundance of resources within one volume.

This book can be used as a

  • full year of family devotional character studies
  • a complete resource
  • self-study
  • inspirational general reading
  • group study
It includes
  • Over 90 illustrations, biographical summaries, and insightful quotes
  • Character quality definitions, Patrick Henry's speech delivered to the signers, the Christian nature of state constitutions, and the Christian nature of America's universities.
The Declaration of Independence remains one of history's most enduring achievements, and this text will help you value those freedoms these men fought for in an insightfully fresh way. It will also assist you in catching the God-given vision of these faithful new Americans, igniting a fire for your family, community, and the generations to come. Here is a volume that should be found in every private and public library in America... a meticulously documented look back to the true birth of our nation.

The author Marilyn Boyer is the descendant of a Revolutionary War soldier and a daughter of a World War II veteran. She is the wife of an Air Force veteran, mother and home educator of fourteen sons and daughters, and grandmother of six.

Hardback, 400 pages, ISBN 9780890515983