Our mission is to re-establish the presence and influence of the Bible into American public schools.
Re-Establish Bible Education Within Our Public Schools
Our Mission Is Clear
Our Founding Fathers created a nation under God.
The 1962 Supreme Court decision to remove Biblical teaching within our public schools is unConstitutional.
Our goal is to re-establish Bible education within our public schools.
"Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof."
- Meeting: April 6, 2009
John Moreland - Ronalee Linsenmann - Christopher Pentico - Dr. Anthony Harper - Dr. Chuck Seldon - Katherine Frazier
Russ & Shelley Howell
Idaho State Prayer Breakfast With David Barton
March 3rd, 2012, Saturday - Boise Centre on the Grove
Left to right: Dr. Chuck Seldon, Dr. David Barton, Gloria Hansen and Marcia Yiapan.
Project Volunteers - Contact Information
Founder, Executive Director
Republican Central Commission Editor
BSU Center for Biblical Studies
|Dr. Anthony Harper
Editor of Intermountain Christian News
Chuck Seldon Resume
Founder of Our Godly American Heritage Organization & Educator
Chuck Seldon Resume
3077 Bonview Drive
Boise, Idaho 83712
Cell Phone: (208) 954-2788
Founder & Executive Director
Our Godly American Heritage
- Ph.D. SCHOOL ADMINISTRATION, Grace Graduate School, Long Beach, California
- Dissertation: Co-Authored a Course of Study for Grades K-8 (Christian Schools)
- M.A. EDUCATIONAL TECHNOLOGY, California State University, California
- B.A. Secondary Education (Technical Education), Minnesota State, St. Cloud, Minnesota
- A.A. Liberal Arts, University of Minnesota, Mpls., Minnesota
- Mission Program - 2 years - Lutheran Bible Institute, Mpls., Minnesota
- SECONDARY ADMINISTRATION/California/Life
- SECONDARY ADMINISTRATION/TEACHER/California/Life
- SECONDARY JR. HIGH/California/Life
- TECHNICAL EDUCATION/Industrial Arts/Secondary/California/Life
- VOCATIONAL/Standard Designated Subjects/California/Life
AREAS OF EXPERIENCE
- Founder/Developer, Rancho Meadows Christian School, Temecula, California
The above school was sold to California Lutheran High School in 1990.
They are operating the school and it continues to do well at the present time.
- Director of Educational Planning and Site Manager, International Farming Systems contracted under International Christian Aid, Nairobi, Kenya and Uganda, East Africa
- Assistant Professor/Grace Graduate School: School administration classes for students on the graduate level
- Educational Director, Ford International Corporation
- Production Manager, Pure H2O International (Water Purification)
- Co-Administrator of Maranatha Christian Academy.
This is located at the original Calvary Chapel and Chuck Smith was the pastor.
It is located in Santa Ana, California. We were there for three years.
- World Brotherhood Exchange/Administrator/New Guinea
- Christian School Administration and Consultant Work (10 Years)
- Public Secondary School Teaching (Power Mechanics, Wood, Metal, Plastics, Electical, Foundry, and Drafting( (8 Years)
- Extensive travels in Europe, Asia, Africa, and around the world.
- Co-Founder/Administrator of Teen Challenge High School
- Chuck Seldon joined the Volunteers of the National Guard in Minnesota and was activated.
He has four years of military experience at Fort Rucker, Alabama and Fort Hood, Texas.
Castle Teen Challenge School Building
- Stephen - M.D., LCDR, U.S. Navy
- Lori - Alaska Airline Pilot
- Jennifer - Home School Curriculum Specialist, Computer Specialist in Silicon Valley, California
Chuck Seldon Interview
Christian Living Magazine - Jan/Feb 2016 - Pages 12-13
William B. Elliott Resume
William B. Elliott
387 NE Ginseng Drive
Estacada, Oregon 97023
- BUSINESS MANAGER, Parkwood Chevrolet - 1964 to 1967
- PART OWNER/BUSINESS MANAGER, Eddie Peyton GMC – 1967 to 1969
- OWNER/BUSINESS MANAGER, Foothill Motorcycle Center, Inc. - 1969 to 1973
- ASST. TOWN ADMINISTRATOR, New Cuyama, California - 1973 to 1974.
- ASSISTANT CONTROLLER, Grace Schools, Winona Lake, Indiana - 1974 to 1978.
- BUSINESS ADMINISTRATOR, Christian Unified Schools of San Diego - 1978 to 1981
- Local Government Management Experiences with Annual Budgets from $3 to over $20 million
FINANCE DIRECTOR, City of Safford, Arizona (Pop. 7,500) – 1981 to 1983
CITY MANAGER, City of Safford, Arizona (Pop. 7,500) - 1983 to 1990.
CITY MANAGER, City of The Dalles, Oregon (pop. 11,300) from 1990 to 1995.
CITY MANAGER, City of Coos Bay, Oregon (pop. 15,450) from 1995 to 1995.
CITY MANAGER, Milton-Freewater, Oregon (pop. 6,700) from 1996 through 2001.
CITY MANAGER, Sequim, Washington (pop. 5,330) from 2001 to 2008.
CITY MANAGER, Estacada, Oregon (pop. 2,950) from 2009 to present (2015).
(In 34 years of public service I have worked with 15 Mayors and over 70 Council members)
- International City/County Managers Association since 1983
- Washington City/County Managers Association – 2001 to 2008
- Oregon City/County Managers Association from 1991 to 2001 and 2008 to 2015 (Board member 1999 - 2001)
- Arizona City Managers Association from 1983 to 1990
- Municipal Finance Officers Association from 1981 to 1984
- National Association of College and University Business Officers from 1974 to 1981
- Association of Christian Schools, International from 1978 to 1981
- Rotary Club International from 1967 to 1969 and again from 1991 to 2001
- Graduate from Bellflower High School 1960 with honors
- Associate of Arts, 1964 from Cerritos College, Norwalk, California; Business Administration major
- Bachelor of Science, 1978 from Grace College, Winona Lake, Indiana, with honors
- Business Administration major with accounting and Bible emphasis. GPA 3.8
O/S Interests: Church, Bowling, Tennis, Golf, Flying (Private Pilot Certificate), Grandkids [Did I mention I have pictures?]
- Married: 1963 (Barbara)
- Daughter Christi, Married (5 grandchildren) [NOTE: I have pictures]
- Son John, deceased, 1982
Blessed with Christian parents and grandparents, I was saved at an early age and my earliest memories are of going to church regularly. Scouting was a main focus for my Jr. High years in Hawaii where Dad was stationed in the Navy. The highlight was obtaining the rank of Eagle Scout in 1956. I was a leader in both junior and senior high youth groups in my local church and became the area leader of the local Christian Endeavor (CE) for the So. Calif. area for a year.
After high school came several jobs and marriage in 1963 to the cute little blond girl who lived down the street.
That was over 50 years ago and is still the second best decision I ever made.
Of course the first was accepting Jesus Christ as savior in 1956 at a Youth Summer Camp in Idyllwild, California.
Being a full-time worker and a student carrying 12 units per semester at night for four years was trying but satisfying when the A.A. degree was finally earned in 1964. No more school until the Lord opened the door for a free education at a Christian College in 1974. Along the way while working at my own Honda Motorcycle Dealership I moved across the street from a guy you may know, Chuck Seldon. That was a life changing association that is still going on today. Chuck and I have been through the experience in New Cuyama with the Foundation for Airborne Relief organization and have then supported each other and our families ever since.
I cannot relate here all the blessings and “blessings” that the past 40+ years knowing and working with Chuck have brought into my life. We have beat each other up on the tennis courts, around the ping pong table, almost died on a skiing trip in Wrightwood, rode Chuck’s 4-wheelers behind his house in California, cleaned out a ton of clothes from his rental house, rode bikes all over Boise, and a long time ago in New Cuyama we lived on pig milk, food gleaned from local fields and donated stale bakery products, AND we each swam 50 miles and earned the Red Cross Swim-Fit award and patch. As two families bonded by an unwavering faith in Christ, we have laughed and cried together through some happy, sad, and “interesting” moments including the current times we find ourselves in.
My major focus outside work has always been my local church association. Choir and praise team singing, holding positions of Deacon or Elder in several churches depending on where the job took us, and currently the Deacon of Finance/Human Relations here in the Estacada First Baptist Church. My “specialty” has been to create the Fund Accounting system needed by churches to track the various ministry assets for proper accounting.
While I do not possess the academic credentials to be a spokesperson challenging current public school curricula, I am willing to play a small part to bring His name back into our public schools. But then God never really relied on a person’s credentials to accomplish His purposes. For example, when He needed to deliver the Israelites, God picked a baby who was then under a death threat to be put in a basket in the Nile River to start the process. When a king over Israel was needed God picked a sheep herder, the youngest son in his family. And, when He needed a savior for the world, he started with a young girl, willing to do whatever was needed, resulting in a baby being born in a stable. As the song says, this is such a strange way to save the world, but it is God’s way which is always the best way!
I am pleased to accept the position of Treasurer of Our Godly American Heritage and look forward to learning more about the organization, its mission, goals, and getting to know my fellow Board Members, whose arms may be as sore as mine from the “volunteer persuasion techniques” applied by Chuck to get you on the Board.
Please contact me to impart your wisdom and suggestions as to how this office of Treasurer should be functioning under my tenure and where the money comes from to keep things running. My contact information is at the top of this epistle.
Carol Cassady Resume
- Judeo-Christian: Wife, Mother, Grandmother, Homemaker
- Educator: K-12, Substitute and Full-Time
1977-2000: Catholic Schools, Islamic School of Seattle, Seattle Public Schools.
- 2002-2004: The Republican Candidate for 7th Congressional District of Seattle, Washington (Unsuccessful)
Supporter of CFOIC: Chistian Friends of Israeli Communities
- 2007-2011: Active Member of IFRW, Texas Federation of Republican Women
2009-2010: President of WEFRW, West El Paso Federation of Republican Women
- 2008-2011: El Paso, Texas Republicans for TEF, Texas Eagle Forum
2008-Present: Member of TEF and National Eagle Forum
- 2011-Present: Benefactor of TFRW; Supporter of all TEA (Taxed Enough Already) Party Organization
Boise Tennis Coalition, Inc.
Boise Tennis Coalition, Inc.
Over 100 Members.
Free Beginning Lessons For All Ages!
The Boise Tennis Coalition, an Idaho 501-C3 non-profit corporation, was formed in August 1995 for the purpose of creating opportunities for individuals desiring to play tennis year-round.
Boise, ID 83712
Phone: (208) 954-2788
||To learn more about the Boise Tennis Coalition.
Weekly Playing Schedule
We will begin playing at Julia Davis Park at 8:00 AM
Monday - Wednesday - Friday - Saturday
Winter Schedule: The Fort Boise Tennis Courts have been remodeled.
We will begin playing at Fort Boise Park at 1:00 PM
Monday - Wednesday - Friday - Saturday
Board of Directors
- President: Charles E Seldon. Ph.D. (208) 954-2788
- Treasurer: Bill Elliott (503) 630-5854
- Manager: Paul Seaman (208) 371-6690
- Board Members:
Robert Cabras / Photography
- Boise Parks and Recreation
- United States Tennis Assn.
- Idaho Tennis Assn.
- Boise Tennis Club
- St. Lukes - Tennis Challange
- First Security Bank - Tennis Challange
- Greg Patton - BSU Tennis Coach
- Barbara Chandler - The Raquet Club
- Idaho Senior Games
- Idaho Commission on Aging
- A.A.R.P - Boise Chapter
- R.S.V.P. - Ada County
- Boise Community Center
- Elks Reabilitation Hospital
- Healthwise, Inc.
Welcome to the Boise Tennis Coalition
- What is the tennis coalition? The Boise Tennis Coalition is a fun-loving group of men and women who, regardless of skill and experience, enjoy participating in the life-long sport of tennis. We have approximately 100 members.
- Where do we play? Julia Davis Park is our primary site. However, in fun-loving group of men and women who, regardless of skill and experience, deference to an occasional tournament there, our secondary site is the Community Center Courts adjacent to the Senior Center.
- What is the play schedule? Typically, we play Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday starting at 8:00 a.m. and usually ending around 11:00 a.m. The time of day may vary depending on weather and season. During the winter months, we play from 1:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Community Center Courts.
- Is a specific age and/or skill required to participate? While the majority of our members are older and have experience playing tennis, we welcome all ages and skill levels. For the beginner, free tennis instruction is provided.
- What are the goals/benefits of the Coalition? Our main purpose is to provide the opportunity of playing tennis to anyone who is interested. Along with tennis, however, includes the benefit of physical activity laughter, and fellowship. Also, the Coalition is the driving force behind an effort to build an indoor tennis facility in Boise City.
- Is there a membership fee? Membership in the Coalition is free, however, a minimum annual donation of $10.00 is suggested. Donated monies are used in the writing and development of grants for the purpose of making an indoor tennis facility a reality
Boise Tennis Coalition - Veterans' Program
The Boise Weekly newspaper ran an article describing Chuck Seldon’s initiative to help returning veterans adjust to “normal life” with the assistance of the Boise Tennis Coalition.
The article was published in October 2011, but the program continues today, through 2013 and beyond.
“The Group Welcomes Veterans Home
with Free Tennis Equipment & Lessons”
-- Boise Weekly, Stephen Foster
“A local group is hoping to help ease veterans back into civilian life with some friendly games of tennis.
The Boise Tennis Coalition is a collective of senior citizens that meets a few times a week to trade volleys of a less-than-lethal nature.
“’A lot of veterans are coming back soon, and when they do, they’re separated from their life-and-death buddies in the service,’ said Charles Seldon, president of the Boise Tennis Coalition.
‘Then they get into town and there are no jobs.
They sit home and think that this is the country they fought for and now they can’t get a job, or anything!
A lot of them have battle fatigue and others have mental stress, so we’re hoping some tennis can make things a little easier on them.’“
“Though the Boise Tennis Coalition is primarily made up of senior citizens, all ages and skill levels are welcome.
The Coalition has members who teach lessons, and they intend to help beginners and novices become familiar with the game.
In addition to free lessons, veterans will be provided free rackets, balls and other necessary supplies to get them started.
“‘The point of this is to have fun,’ said Seldon.
‘Tennis is just such a fun game because you get to come here and have a good work out, make friends, have fellowship and enjoy the game.’“