As most of you probably know, Kendalyn and I have been having some car troubles recently. The engine on the used Toyota Corolla that we just purchased suddenly died with only 110,000 miles on it. Not good. Well, thanks to the kind efforts of the Glick family, Kendalyn and I now have a new engine! […]
I pledge allegiance to the Constitution of the United States of America, And to the Bill of Rights which It includes: One document underwritten by our fathers, indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for all.
We had no idea what the Lord had in store for the weekend as we rounded the bend and the Wilkes little farm house came into view. Not 15 min. later the Neely Team rounded the same bend and our three families were joyfully united once again. United with a purpose – To encourage families […]
Our friends, the Bates, recently appeared on ABC Nightline!
After seeing the divine protection that surrounded General Washington when they fought him with muskets which otherwise “knew not how to miss”, the chiefs among the Deleware (Lenape) Indians wisely decided to find out what they could about the God of George Washington. They found Washington and diligently requested that he take a selected group […]
The thrills of fiction are far outweighed by the accounts of history. I came across this one from Seventh Day Baptists in Europe and America (Vol. II, pp.1164-1167, available through CBD for about $75), about Peter Miller, the man called upon by Jefferson to translate the Declaration of Independence into seven languages of Europe. This […]
Last week was the Regional ATI Conference in Indianapolis, centering on the theme of seeking God’s ways in the area of finances. We thank God for the truly wonderful speakers who spoke with such humility from their life experiences, not only teaching valuable insights and lessons but showing God’s faithfulness and power. God was glorified […]
The winter before Salem’s first settlers staked their claims along the headwaters of Tenmile Creek in what was then northern Virginia, Washington delivered his first Annual Message (State of the Union address) to the Congress in New York City. It makes an informative and enjoyable read of about fifteen minutes. In it, his vision and […]