"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
4:21 minutes (3.99 MB)Jerry and Kelly Stewart have formed a new organization to provide a series of study lessons for your children. These lessons are taken from the powerful stories of history that Jerry has been telling for over 15 years. To know more about this new effort to help save our America, go to: www.savingthenation.us
In a little Pennsylvania town last Christmas someone stole the baby Jesus. That's right. They went right into the manger scene at a local church and stole the Christ child. Now, it was only a doll, but, blieve it or not, the kidnappers left a ransom note - yeah, a ransom note. In their note, they boldly stated that they would not give back the baby Jesus until God helped them to win the lottery.
Where is Christmas? In a present placed on a tree; in a department store window? When you look for Christmas where do you find it?
When did Christmas become a formal national holiday in America, and just who made it happen? Here’s one for you!
Does it bother you when you see the word "Christmas" written out as "Xmas"? It does me, but there's one interesting fact you may not know.
Ever wonder who invented the first Christmas lights? Good question, huh.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions WHEN OUR NATION WAS NOT EVEN YET 50 YEARS OLD, AMERICAN WAS ALREADY BEING RECOGNIZED BY THE WORLD AS A GREAT NATION.
We’ve all heard the saying, “When life serves you lemons, make lemonade”. I have a real life American lemonade story.Read this one.
Ok, here’s a good question for you – of all the books published and sold in America last year, which book sold the most copies?
In 1992, in his speech to the Republican Convention, Ronald Reagan listed the "Ten Cannots" for our nation.