Our Vision for the Jamestown Quadricentennial
Sponsored by the Faith of our Fathers Project, our vision for the Jamestown Quadricentennial is fourfold.
First, we aspire to leave a witness for future generations that a) on her grand birthday celebration, America did not forget the providential hand of God in the life of this nation; and b) we were a thankful people who were willing to honor the faith and perseverance of our forefathers.
Second, we endeavor to create a joyful and exciting event for the entire family that gives them an unforgettable experience that a) cultivates gratitude in the hearts of children by teaching them the tremendous scope of God’s work in American history; and b) prepares them to intelligently and carefully defend our rich providential legacy.
Third, we hope to leave a record of poetry, literature, and scholarship that will instruct and inspire generations who follow after us.
Lastly, we purpose to raise rocks of remembrance and Ebenezers of hope that will cast vision for children of today to take the best of their forefathers, to learn from their mistakes, and (in the spirit of Psalm 78) to chart a Christ-honoring vision of victory for the future.