Healing of America Conferences
The Columbus Center’s Restoration Generation hosts Healing of America conferences to educate and perpetuate the principles of the Constitution and promote civility. The Healing of America conferences have been held in dozens of states in years past, and it’s time to start them up once again.
The next conference will be held this fall in Rexburg, Idaho, the prime location for a gathering of passionate students who love America and want to know how our nation can be healed.
Is this a religious conference?
The Columbus Center is not affiliated with any religious denomination. We promote a multi-denominational education on the Constitution.
What is the primary conference message?
America is worth saving, and we can heal our nation through an educational effort characterized by meekness and civility.
What is the purpose of the conference?
The Healing of America conferences promote a message of hope for the future of America and the world. They inspire communities with a vision of the proper place of America in the world and create loyalty to principles of Constitutional government. We encourage others to study the Constitution from the viewpoint of the Founding Fathers and show that our American government was designed to take advantage of the strengths and talents of both liberals and conservatives. The Columbus Center uses the conferences to influence the way American citizens treat one another and to rally support for its educational programs.
What is the Restoration Generation?
The Restoration Generation is the group of millennials within the Columbus Center who are working to become scholars on the fundamentals of the Constitution. These students teach, organize events, and actively defend principles of the Constitution.
Columbus Center for Constitutional Studies
What is the Columbus Center?
The Columbus Center is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt educational non-profit dedicated to discovering and spreading the principles of successful government outlined by America’s Founding Fathers. Previously, those involved have been a dedicated few, but efforts are now being made to expand and involve hundreds and thousands of others.
What does the Columbus Center do?
The Columbus Center advocates basic constitutional principles and prepares youth and young adults to teach other countries how to practice successful self-government. The Columbus Center for Constitutional Studies offers college-level basic and advanced training on history and principles of Constitutional government through online courses, workshops, conferences, and other events.
Who runs the Columbus Center?
Dr. Glenn J. Kimber is the President of the Columbus Center. He holds two Doctorate degrees, one in Constitutional Studies from Coral Ridge Baptist University and his second in education from George Wythe College. Read Dr. Kimber’s full biography here.
Other Frequently Asked Questions
What is America’s true destiny?
The United States Constitution is God’s inspired pattern for successful, moral government. It is America’s destiny to learn how to master and take advantage of this rare gift of self-government and then teach these principles by example and through educational efforts, not through force or compulsion.
Meet Our Team
Restoration Generation Events Committee
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SR. MARKETING COORDINATOR
Salt Lake City, Utah