Ordo Amoris in Action: Creating an Heirloom School
When we think about why Ordo Amoris Classical exists, we can sum it up in Psalm 78:5-7:
...He commanded our fathers to teach their children, that the next generation might know them, the children yet unborn, and arise and tell them to their children, so that they should set their hope in God..." Psalm 78:5-7
One of our founding members likes to refer to OAC as an "Heirloom" homeschool hybrid. We hope, Lord willing, to create an educational model that is something special and beautiful. An education that you pass down to your children and your children's children for the specific purpose of helping them set their hope in God and rightly ordering their loves. We don't just sing old hymns because they came from the 10th century. We don't just read old books because they can be labeled as "classic." These distinctive activities help us to continue a tradition of love, learning, freedom, and character which honors those before us and trains those who come after us. We do this for our future generations.
Contact us to learn more. Our next Open House is March 11, 2020 from 1:00-2:00 PM at 7991 Worden Road, Beulah, Michigan.
Come observe OAC and learn more about how we are partnering with families to educate children in the nuture and admonition of the Lord.
Classical Christian Homeschool Hybrid