By Mark StrassmannFaith Families Academy, founded by the Rev. George Barna, is one of the country’s most prominent faith-based family academies.
It is a program for adults who attend religious services and are not parents.
It’s the only such program in the country, offering children who are raised Catholic, Baptist, Methodist, Pentecostal or any other denomination in America.
The program is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) corporation with offices in Houston and Washington, D.C.
Its mission is to provide faith families with the tools they need to get the Bible into their homes for children who may not have the opportunity to read or understand it.
Barna, the author of The Bible in the Home, a new book about the ministry’s work, said that the program helps kids become good, moral people.
Faith families have been under attack by some evangelical groups and some secular organizations because of their conservative views.
A 2012 Pew study found that evangelical Christians were more likely than any other group to say that abortion should be illegal and a person should not be allowed to receive any health care.
The study found the same to be true for the public school population.
The Pew study also found that the public is much more likely to say they do not trust the religious leaders in their local congregations than the public at large.
Barnas is among the nation’s top-paid religious leaders.
His ministry has received nearly $7 million from The Family Research Council, a conservative evangelical group, and another $2.7 million in grants from the National Endowment for the Humanities.
The Family Education Council, founded in 1963, has received more than $3.2 million from the Family Research Institute and has received $3 million from two other religious foundations, Barna said.
In a book published in April, Barnas wrote that the Family Education Center, a nonprofit with about 3,500 students, is more than 30 percent Protestant and that it has over 3,400 students.
It has a total enrollment of more than 5,000 students, Barnash said.
It also says that its enrollment grew by nearly 2,500 last year, mostly because of the launch of the “Clergy Appreciation Program.”
The program allows parents and guardians to receive a free Bible and receive feedback on how they want their children to read the Bible.
The program offers parents the opportunity for Bible study sessions to teach children about Jesus Christ and the Bible, as well as to give a brief Bible reading, said Barna.
A few of the parents also get to write a book, which parents can choose to share with their children.
He said that in the last year he has helped more than 10,000 children learn about Jesus, including some who had never even heard of him.
“It was a shock to them to find out that God is a child,” Barna wrote in The Bible In The Home.
The children are given a Bible and can ask questions, and they are encouraged to ask about Jesus and the scriptures, which can then be discussed with a family member.
The Family Education Department also has a program called the Bible in Your Home, which includes books about the Bible and about a child’s life, and a curriculum, which is taught in the schools, according to Barna’s book.
It provides Bible study, the curriculum and guidance on how to teach the Bible to kids, he said.
The Children’s Institute of Southern California, the largest non-profit for faith-related programs, has helped about 600 families, Barnac said.
The group has received almost $2 million in grant money from The Fosters, which are part of The Family Foundation, according the institute’s website.
The institute also has received hundreds of thousands of dollars in tax-exempt grants from The Ford Foundation and the Catholic Charities of Greater Los Angeles.
It recently received another $1.6 million in funding from the Ford Foundation, The Wall St. Journal reported.
Bella said he has been in the business for 40 years, including for the past four years, and that the number of churches has increased in the United States.
It’s a good thing, he told The Wall Strassman, because that is helping us.
He said his hope is that more faith families will be able to come together and have the Bible read to them, which would allow them to be more active in their lives.
The Christian Broadcasting Network reached out to the Family Educational Council, but had not heard back by press time.