"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 . Our shortest President in history was our fourth President James Madison. He was only 5'4" tall - a full 1 foot shorter than our tallest president Abraham Lincoln who was 6'4" tall.
By Jerry Stewart WE ALL KNOW WHO THE FIRST PRESIDENT OF OUR UNITED STATES WAS – GEORGE WASHINGTON.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions Yesterday I gave you part of Benjamin Franklin's "13 Virtues For a Lifetime of Goals." Here are the other 9.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions If you've heard me talk much you've heard me use this word, "virtue." What is virtue, and which virtues should we strive for?
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions Ever heard someone say that something has "Gone to Pot"? Wonder where that saying came from? In the early days of our nation, there were men called Smiths or Blacksmiths. They worked with metal, forming it, shaping it.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions As we plot out our new year and make our resolutions for 2008, what should we resolve to do as a nation? James Madison knew exactly what to do.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions We've all heard the word redneck and we're certain we know what it means, or do we? In today's world a redneck is a pickup driving, beer drinking racist. But that's not what the word really "redneck" means at all - its not even close.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions Ever wonder how Proctor & Gamble came up with that great idea to make a floating soap? You won't believe this one!
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions The world is full of people telling us that something is impossible. Such was the case of Robert Fulton. Read this this story.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions It's been almost ten years now since I attended the national "Promise Keepers" meeting in Washington D.C. Something amazing happened to me that day that I've never forgotten. Read this story.