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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

"Does God Still Answer Prayer?"

By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productionsbilly_graham_    As we work and strive to solve the problems of our nation; as our leaders talk and strategize, is there anything else we can do? Listen to this story.

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.

"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.

Dead Fish

Since I was a small boy I've spent a lot of time fishing. And one thing I learned early on...even a dead fish can swim downstream. But, it takes a strong fish to swim against the current. God tells us that as Christians we should not follow the ways of the world. That we should, "Be not conformed". But literally millions of Christians have ignored God's Word and are doing just that...floating with the current. Sad to say, many Christians today live so much like the world...you can't even tell they're Christians.

"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."

"Only 20 Words"

By Jerry Stewart kennedyVision Productions       In the history of our nation, literally hundreds of millions of speeches have been given - and most all have been forgotten. But then there's those 20 words we just can't forget. Why?      On January 20, 1961, our newly elected president, John F. Kennedy, gave his inaugural address. And in that address he spoke these 20 words:

"Eugene Who?"

    Image result for picture of michael landon WE’VE ALL HEARD THE STORIES OF FAMOUS AND SUCCESSFUL PEOPLE.  BUT JUST HOW DID THEY BECOME SO SUCCESSFUL? WERE THEY BORN THE BEST IN THEIR FIELD OF WORK?

"The Old Jalopy"

     Over the years as America has grown into the most successful and prosperous nation in the world, there has been an attitude here that is so impressive. It is the attitude that refuses to believe that something can't be done; that some obstacle or problem cannot be overcome.

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