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"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

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Caesar Rodney

If you're like most of us in America today, you've been collecting the new statehood quarters which are being issued, one for each of our states. And each quarter has a different inscription on it designed by the people of that state. For example, the Virginia State quarter is a picture of the ships which carried the first settlers to Jamestown in 1607. The North Carolina quarter is a picture of the famous Wright brothers as they flew their plane, the "Kitty Hawk" in 1903.

Try, Try Again

Thomas Edison, thought by many to be the greatest inventor in the history of the world had 10,000 failed experiments before he finally invented the light bulb. That’s not ten, or a thousand, that’s ten thousand…failures. He became the laughing stock of those who knew of his failures. They believed he was wasting his time. But not Edison. Later in his life he said, "Many of life’s failures are people who did not realize just how close they were to success when they gave up." But can someone actually use failure as a tool to reach his or her success?

All He Did Was Plant a Tree

John Chapman was born September 26, 1774. When he was just a young child, his father went off to fight in the Revolutionary War. The next year his mother died. When his father returned from the war, he had a new wife. The family moved to a tiny house in Longmeadow, Massachusetts and John's father and stepmother proceeded to have ten more children. John went to school for a few years but by the time he was twenty he was working for a apple grower in Pennsylvania.

"2019 - It's All New - but Now What?"

As we step into this New Year, all fresh and new, what should we resolve to do with this year 2019?   Don't know what to do first? Here's an important clue.      

We Have it Too Easy

One of the great freedoms we have here in America today is the freedom to worship God without fear of persecution. And if you think that's no big deal, look around. Over half the people in our world today don't have the freedom to worship God freely. In fact, tens of thousands of Christians every year are persecuted, even killed, for their faith in Christ. But my question is this. "Just how has this religious freedom in America today affected our Christian walk"?

Get in the Arena -

300pxroughridersBy Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions.  As we talk about and think through our nation’s history, why are there some people that continue to stand out? Just how does their memory continue to withstand all the time that has passed? Is it their position in life, or their money, or their accomplishments?

Are We Making Them Proud?

  I wonder what our founding fathers would say if they could walk our streets today. Oh, I'm sure they would be extremely impressed with our growth and technology… It’s very impressive. But just how impressed would they be when they discovered that we have systematically taken all the things they built America on and have driven them right into the ground. We have taken the very God they cherished and pushed him out of our schools and our government buildings.

Waiting For Tomorrow

The story is told of a huge convention where the devil and all his demons met. Their purpose?

"Little Boy Lost" - A Christmas Angel Story

One of the many things I’ve always loved about Christmas is all the beautiful decorations. My favorites are the angels. But, why is that angels are so closely related to Christmas? Simple. They were there at that first Christmas. They sang hymns of praise and invited guests to come and witness the wonderful miracle of the Christ child.

"Without Christ - There Is No Christmas"

nativityBy Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions   Does it bother you when you see the word "Christmas" written out as "Xmas"?  It does me, but there's one interesting fact you may not know.