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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

Weekly Stories

A Tribute To Our Veterans - A Short Video

Let us never forget that "Freedom Isn't Freedom.  To go to Veterans video Go To:

"Our Pledge"

martintreptow_02In 1917, Martin Treptow lived in Cherokee, Iowa. He was a barber, a common man.

"We owe them so very much"

american_flag_homepage_02By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions     Recently I heard someone comment that we give too much honor and praise to our American military.  Oh really?  Consider this important truth.

"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.

"Duty, Honor, Country"

wwiipictureBy Jerry Stewart It was Thomas Jefferson, who said, " I have sworn upon the Alter of God, eternal hostility against every form of tyranny over the mind of man." Daniel Webster said, "God grants liberty only to those who love it, and are always ready to guard and defend it."

A Special Veterans Day Tribute

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"The Ten Cannots for America"

reaganwithflag_400_04 In 1992, in his speech to the Republican Convention, Ronald Reagan listed the "Ten Cannots" for our nation.

Building Walls or Character?

greatwallBy Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions    Of all the man-made spectacles in history, all of the seemingly impossible feats, there is one that truly sticks out in my mind. This unbelievable man-made structure was built for protection. And these people who spent literally hundreds of years building it thought that once it was completed, it would be uncrackable.

"His Invention Could Not Save The President!"

gar4By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions       On July, 2, 1881 President James Garfield was shot by an assassin named Charles Guiteau. At first, doctors expected that the president would die, assuming that the bullet hit a major organ in Garfield's body. Amazingly, after several days Garfield was still alive. But doctors had to get that bullet out if he was to recover.

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