Reading and Reflecting on Our Country’s Heritage

I love being a writer, a crafter of words, a communicator of thoughts and ideas; but long before I ever became a writer, I was a reader, one who pored over words on a page. I learned to read at an early age, mainly because of the example and the help of my mother who … Read more Reading and Reflecting on Our Country’s Heritage

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Patriotic Trivia

A fun lesson in history through patriotic trivia 52 of the 55 signers of the Declaration of Independence¬†were deeply-committed Christians. The other three all believed in the Bible as the divine truth, the God of scripture, and His personal intervention. This same first Congress formed the American Bible Society. Immediately after creating the Declaration of … Read more Patriotic Trivia

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Faith of Our Fathers: Quotes from America’s Founding Fathers

Historical information about the deep faith of America’s Founding Fathers including Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams, George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, Noah Webster, Abraham Lincoln, James Madison and More  First published in 1995, we are bringing back this article on the faith of America’s founding fathers. What Was the Faith of Our Founding Fathers? We … Read more Faith of Our Fathers: Quotes from America’s Founding Fathers

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What Every Christian MUST Understand About Critical Race Theory

Mark Little

Oklahoma recently joined other states in restricting the dangerous teachings of Critical Race Theory (CRT). Although he is being heavily criticized by proponents of Critical Race Theory (including the entire Oklahoma City School Board), Gov. Kevin Stitt made an important decision in the signing of House Bill 1775 recently. The crucial bill restricts the teaching … Read more What Every Christian MUST Understand About Critical Race Theory

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A Brief Look at the Celtic Church

Photo of Celtic cross at sunset

Some of the history of the Celtic Church is shrouded in mystery like the Celts themselves Celtic Christianity is a term applied to a set of beliefs in Briton during the Middle Ages that differed from Roman Catholocism. Some writers and historians believe there was a distinct Celtic Church. This church influenced the Celtic peoples and distinguishing them from … Read more A Brief Look at the Celtic Church

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Top 10 Traditional Songs to Encourage Fulfilled Women

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Why Do We Need Traditional Songs to Encourage Women? Google is full of lists of songs that empower women. That’s not surprising since those are the tunes that drive radio stations and movie soundtracks. The women’s movement has done a fine job of convincing womankind that women need to be more and more empowered, but … Read more Top 10 Traditional Songs to Encourage Fulfilled Women

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Thanksgiving History

What is the history of Thanksgiving Day? In December of 1620, a small group of colonists from England landed near Plymouth, Massachusetts, and built a settlement there. The first winter was filled with storms, deprivations, and disease, which took nearly half the colonists’ lives. However, hope was renewed the next year when the harvest proved … Read more Thanksgiving History

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Freedom’s Price

Some reflections on freedom’s price Our nation’s founding fathers, men who paid freedom’s price, and knew how to count the cost of liberty. On July 4, 1776, there was signed in the City of Philadelphia the Declaration of Independence. It marked the birth of this nation which under God, was designed for world leadership. Our … Read more Freedom’s Price

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Armenia 1700 New Year

Armenia Celebrates Their 1700 New Year as a Christian Nation Events to celebrate the 1700th Anniversary of the Adoption of Christianity started on 31 December 2000 at the Monastery ofKhor Virab in the Ararat region of the newly independent republic. Armenia was the first nation to officially adopt Christianity as itsstate religion in 301AD. According … Read more Armenia 1700 New Year

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