News Release

June 17, 2018

Contact Information

Jacob Householder, Conference Director
Work: (435) 233-2955 ext. 105
Cell: (480) 599-8572

Rexburg to Host Conference Discussing Constitutional Government and Growing Political Gap

REXBURG, Idaho — Influential public figures at the Healing of America Conference will inform students and community members of the nature of constitutional government and how to build a strong, civilized community. The conference will take place October 13, 2018 from 1 p.m. – 4 p.m in the Rexburg Tabernacle.

The Healing of America Conference will provide an opportunity for community members and college students to learn what the Constitution is, why it still matters, and how to lift and serve their community by participating in this educational effort. Speakers will emphasize constitutional scholarship, social innovation, and civil public discourse.

The stated mission of the conference is to “empower communities through upholding principles of moral government.” A government funded national survey found that over 70 percent of Americans did not know that the United States Constitution is the supreme law of the land. The conference directors recognize and hope to address the lack of proficiency in basic US history and civic literacy in the United States.

The Healing of America Conference is put on by students with the mentorship of Dr. Glenn Kimber, President of the Columbus Center for Constitutional Studies. With a doctorate in Constitutional Studies from Coral Ridge Baptist University, Dr. Kimber has taught politicians on the Constitution and led classes on principles of the Constitution in over 40 countries.

The director of the conference, Jacob Householder says, “We want to address the root cause of America’s greatest problems. We are calling on all sides of the political spectrum to collaborate and learn the principles of successful government through courses, training broadcasts, and conferences. This conference is for everyone.”

For more information visit, or contact Jacob Householder, Conference Director, at (480) 599-8572 or

The content for the conference is provided by a group called the Restoration Generation. This is a group of millennial scholars who teach, organize events, and actively defend principles of the Constitution under the direction of the Columbus Center for Constitutional Studies, a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt educational non-profit.

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