"This is what the Lord says: "Stand at the crossroads and look; ask for the ancient paths, and ask where the good way is, and walk in it. You will find rest for your soul."
Jeremiah 6:16 NIV
By Jerry Stewart Vision Productions There’s a lot of talk today about whose side someone is on, and everybody is scurrying around, positioning themselves to be on what they believe to be the right side. But does it make a difference whose side America is on?
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions Some in our nation today have convinced themselves that the only way they can make it financially is to be born into wealth or influence. Is that true? Well, answer this question -
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions
On August 19, 1814, the British army invaded Washington D.C. and set it on fire. But that day, before they could succeed in the total destruction of our capitol city, someone saved it. The question is this – “Who saved the city?”
3:43 minutes (3.4 MB)I have been producing my Memorial Day radio programs now for almost fifteen years. And the more I listen to our Veterans speak -of their hearts - their selflessness - I realize just how blessed we are to have so many who have given so much. Now, you listen and be blessed.
It was 1955 when President Dwight Eisenhower commissioned a military panel to draft a code of conduct which would govern members of our United States Armed Forces. This code of conduct became official on August 17, 1955 and it is known today as the Soldier’s Code. Read what a part of it says.
In 1917, Martin Treptow lived in Cherokee, Iowa. He was a barber, a common man.
Late in George Washington's life, when he had become an old man, someone asked him the question, "Who has been the most influential person in your life". Without hesitation, Washington answered, "My Mother". And the most important words George Washington's mother imparted on him? "Son, remember, God is your only sure trust."
Of all the things, all the people we cherish, for most of us, no one is higher on our list than our own mothers, and Mother’s Day is just one small way to show our Mothers just how much they mean to us.