Monthly Archives: August 2010

New Geneva Degree Programs

While not yet, “official” The New Geneva Leadership Academy will be offering a series of College level degree programs, consisting of a four year Bachelor degree of Applied Theology, a two year Associate degree of Applied Theology, a one year certificate diploma program and a leadership internship tract.

Although not “humanistically” or “good ol’boy academia” accredited, and furthermore rejecting any humanistic involvement or oversight by local, state of federal entities, New Geneva has sought recognition under the SCHEV (State Counsel of Higher Education of Virginia) religious exemption statue. This grants College status recognition while keeping New Geneva inline with some of the highest academic standards in addition to our own Biblical Standards.

By taking this step of religious exemption with the state of Virginia, Geneva’s Board of Directors hopes to encourage students, and parents, to take a closer look at what this Leadership College has to offer.

My sincere thanks to Dr. Kevin Clauson for his kindness, friendship, and enthusiastic willingness to assist New Geneva in the technicalities of degree recognition.

Read a more comprehensive explanation of our accreditation commitment and review our pdf course catalog at:


‘Indoctrination – Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity in America’

Before July 23rd of this year, I had only heard of Joaquin Fernandez by a dear friend who constantly told me that Joaquin and I had to meet. That day finally arrived last month at the American Vision Super Conference “Sovereignty and Dominion”. Joaquin is doing a great and timely work. I trust you will be as thrilled as I was at his project.Deo Vindice!

Indoctrination: To instruct in a doctrine, principle, ideology, etc., esp. to imbue with a specific partisan or biased belief or point of view.

“IndoctriNation” is a 90-minute documentary film that takes the audience on a panoramic exploration of one of the most important and controversial issues in the history of mankind, the issue of education.

Traveling all over America with his family in a big yellow school bus and conducting a series of candid conversational interviews, Colin Gunn, a Scottish filmmaker, actor, and homeschool father of seven children living in Texas, is on a quest to discover the origins of our modern educational system.

What he discovers is a masterful design that sought to replace God’s recipe for training up the next generation with a humanistic, man-centered program that fragmented the family and undermined the influence of the Church and its Great Commission.

The filmmakers leave no pages unturned in their pursuit and identification of the framers of our modern educational state-run monopoly. The film engages the defenders of the status-quo, as well as the leaders of the movement to a return to a biblical model for education. And they challenge—on camera—compromising church leaders and agents of political expediency who, in the name of reform, are causing countless little children to stumble and fall prey to a myriad of social and personal maladies sponsored and sanctioned by the enemies of God and His church.

This film is part documentary, part testimonial; a confessional and a rebuke; and above all, a challenge and an encouragement to millions of Christians who need to know what history, experience, and the Holy Scriptures have to say about what is perhaps the pivotal issue of our time: the discipleship and training of God’s children.

Click here to access the IndoctriNation website.


Joaquin Fernandez

Joaquin is a veteran producer/director of documentaries, television commercials, and educational and marketing videos. He has worked in the U.S., France, Italy, Russia, Israel, Portugal, Japan, the Philippines, and the Caribbean. Originally from Miami, Florida, Joaquin worked for several multinational ad agencies in the 90’s, and provided video solutions for higher education. He is a media consultant for The Exodus Mandate Project and president of The Lighthouse, a video production and graphic design firm ( Joaquin lives in North Carolina with his wife and four children.

Colin Gunn

Colin is an award-winning producer/director and accomplished animator. His previous films include “Shaky Town,” winner of the Best Political Film at the San Antonio Independent Christian Film Festival (SAICFF) and “The First Blast of the Trumpet Against the Monstrous Regiment of Women” which recently won the Best of Festival award there. As an actor, Colin played Wally the Mailman in the award-winning feature film “The Widow’s Might,” which premiered in U.S. theaters in April, 2009. Originally from Hamilton, Scotland, Colin lives in Waco, Texas, with his wife and seven children.

Visit his website at

Click here to view several trailors and clips concerning “IndoctriNation”: