"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
49:20 minutes (45.17 MB)In a recent radio interview with Dina Marie Hale at KBVM in Portland, Oregon, Jerry shares a bit of his life story and the many challenges and opportunities he has seen in his life and how God has worked in so many amazing ways.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions Have you noticed lately there's always somebody willing to tell us which way America should go? But who is right? As we search to find our way as a nation, just where should we get our direction?
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions We've all heard the saying, “Birds of a feather flock together.” But what does that really mean?
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions When people talk today about the moral decay of our nation, they say we're on a slippery slope. What does that mean? But more importantly, is it true?
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions In 1962 when I was just 14 years old, my biology teacher taught me what he called, "The Lesson of the Flea" and I've never forgotten it.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions There's a lot of talk today, everywhere we go - there's talk. But here's the question- just who should we be listening to?
By Jerry Stewart Not a lot is said today about the importance of good character and high morals? But does the character of a person play a part in making that person who they are. Listen to this story of two men.
In 1917, Martin Treptow lived in Cherokee, Iowa. He was a barber, a common man.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions We've all seen the pictures and cartoons of Uncle Sam. But did you know that the idea of Uncle Sam actually came from a real person?
By 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.