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"Being Thankful - But to Who?"
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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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"The Soldiers Code"

 dwight_eisenhower   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.

"The Pursuit of Happiness"

By Jerry Stewart  - Vision Productions      declarationofindependence_400_04When our founding fathers ratified our Declaration of Independence, they claimed that all mankind had certain rights.  One of these had something to do with happiness. What did they mean by that?

"What Love!"

God_is_love : Glowing inscription God Loves You on black background. Stock PhotoIs there anything that you feel strongly enough about that you would die for it? A cause, a belief? Is there anyone or anything you love enough to die for?

"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 2016?   Don't know what to do first? Here's an important clue.      

"The Christmas Miracle"

wwichristmasmiracleBy Jerry Stewart   IT HAS BEEN SAID THAT PEACE IS HARDER TO MAKE THAN WAR, AND IN 1914 WHEN THE WORLD SOUGHT PEACE, INSTEAD IT FOUND ITSELF IN THE FIRST WORLD WAR.

"When Was The First Christmas Celebrated In America?"

  180pxchristopher_columbus_faceWhen was the first Christmas celebrated in America?  The answer might just surprise you.   

"All We Like Sheep"

 “All We Like Sheep”  What did it take for our founding fathers to declare our nation’s independence? Courage, determination, faith? All of these-but one more. Listen to this story.

"Son Remember"

george_washingtons_motherLate 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."