An Ancient Landmark

Never before in the course of these United States has there been a greater need to shore up the foundations of our nation’s character and spiritual resolve. Solomon, the wisest man who ever lived, admonished us to “Remove not the ancient landmark, which your fathers have set.” A strong faith in God’s hand of providence and great personal sacrifice were the pillars upon which our republic was founded. To allow our founding fathers’ faith to be hidden or removed from the halls of history would be a mockery of George Washington’s personal faith in the “providence of Almighty God”. In fact, the father of our country stated, “It is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favors.”

George Washington Inn was established to give others an opportunity to reflect on the faith of George Washington and our founding fathers. The Mount Vernon replica seeks to promote the spiritual legacy that they left to their countrymen and their successive generations.

Are you interested in becoming a vital part of George Washington Inn & Estate? There are two different ways that you can become involved in the mission of spotlighting our founding fathers’ faith and spiritual legacy.

  • George Washington Inn & Estate

George Washington Inn & Estate is looking for a few like-minded business partners who are interested in forming a corporation and becoming a vital part of a unique inn and farm that seeks to showcase our founding fathers’ faith and legacy. George Washington Inn is off to a great start, but could use more brains and experience in the boardroom with additional resources to accomplish its objectives.

Qualifying partners would also serve as directors on the administative board. If you are interested in seeking more information or exploring ownership further, please go to the website: GeorgeWashingtonInn.us.

 

  • George Washington Society and Foundation

The George Washington Society and Foundation seeks to keep alive the smoldering fire of our founding fathers’ spiritual legacy. Through education, advocacy and financial support, members find new ways to pass this sacred flame, which was lit by our founding fathers, from one generation to another. Meetings and conferences will be held in strategic venues as well as George Washington Inn, which was built as a monument to George Washington’s faith with a mission to spotlight and help perpetuate our founding fathers’ legacy of faith and duty.

For more information go to the website: GeorgeWashingtonSociety.org 

Spotlighting the faith of our founding fathers

 To order a beautiful copy of Arnold Friberg’s “Prayer at Valley Forge”, suitable for framing, go to George Washington Mint.

God of Our Fathers – The National Hymn

(Written for the centennial celebration of the United States Constitution)

God of our fathers, whose almighty hand
Leads forth in beauty all the starry band
Of shining worlds in splendor through the skies
Our grateful songs before Thy throne arise.

Thy love divine hath led us in the past,
In this free land by Thee our lot is cast,
Be Thou our Ruler, Guardian, Guide and Stay,
Thy Word our law, Thy paths our chosen way.

From war’s alarms, from deadly pestilence,
Be Thy strong arm our ever sure defense;
Thy true religion in our hearts increase,
Thy bounteous goodness nourish us in peace.

Refresh Thy people on their toilsome way,
Lead us from night to never ending day;
Fill all our lives with love and grace divine,
And glory, laud, and praise be ever Thine
.

Click here to listen to “God Of Our Fathers”

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