Our Mission at Thomas Jefferson Center

During that great formative period of the United States more than two centuries ago, the American Founding Fathers were acutely aware that mankind in general is seeking the same three things:

1. Freedom
2. Prosperity
3. Peace

They set out to find a system of government that would provide these things for the people of America and hoped it would extend to all people eventually. Miraculously, in less then a century their experiment created the most free and prosperous people in the world.

The Thomas Jefferson Center’s mission is to bring to light the truths behind the founders’ actions in order to preserve liberty and prosperity for all. We believe that too many decisions which directly affect our freedoms are made and have been made with out adequate thought given to these solid principles. We therefore offer a myriad of educational products and services that enlighten the learner and give solid suggestions for not only preserving our nation, but healing it.

Our Mission

We extol the words of Algernon Sidney, “The rights of particular nations cannot subsist, if general principles contrary to them are received as true.” I: 4:11 “There can be no peace, where there is no justice; nor any justice, if the government instituted for the good of a nation be turned to its ruin.” I: 6:15

Purpose

The purpose of our work is to bring to light the truth behind the founders’ principles and to hold up the liberty, justice and peace of we the people.

The Declaration of Independence is our statement of belief and the constitution is the method to protect the declaration. The required oath of office combines the two and gives faith in the heavens involvement.

Direction

To become the respected source of truth and understanding based on the founders principles and the knowledge that God endowed all men with basic rights, and that governments derive their powers from the consent of the governed.

Core Values

Be true to God and His word. Be true to the founders and their formula for success and liberty.
2 Chronicles 7:14

True—True to God
Loyal—Loyal to the founders’ principles
Confident—Confident in the future of America and what we teach
Wise—Showing wisdom and good sense in our programs and teachings
Practical—Practical in focusing on the cause and not the symptoms

We hope you will join us in this journey to defend and restore the Constitution of the United States of America.

The Executive Team

Dr. Glenn Kimber