"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
By Jerry Stewart Vision 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:
We all know the Washington Monument. It is located in Washington D.C. It was built in 1848, and stands over 550 feet tall.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions Ever heard someone say that something has "Gone to Pot"? Wonder where that saying came from? In the early days of our nation, there were men called Smiths or Blacksmiths. They worked with metal, forming it, shaping it.
THIS MIGHT BE FUNNY...IF IT WASN'T SO TRUE! The tribal wisdom of the Plains Indians, passed on from generation to generation, says that:
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions One of the most serious problems we have in American today is that there are few standards or absolutes. And those we do have are under constant attack of elimination. Consider this.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions We've all heard the word redneck and we're certain we know what it means, or do we? In today's world a redneck is a pickup driving, beer drinking racist. But that's not what the word really "redneck" means at all - its not even close.
On May 11, 1888 a son was born to a poor Jewish family living in Russia; they named him Israel Isidore Baline. His mother and father had heard about this wonderful nation, America, and when Isidore was five years old they immigrated to America to find their own American dream.
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions Abraham Lincoln was our tallest President, 6 feet, 4 inches tall. But if Abe Lincoln was already so tall, why did he wear such a tall hat?
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions It was Katherine Bates who wrote the song" America the Beautiful." We all know it but why do we sing it?
In the summer of 1893, teacher, lecturer Katherine Bates was asked to speak at a college in Col
By Jerry Stewart - Vision Productions Allow me to give you a few facts about one of our past politicians and you tell me if you see much resemblance he may have had to any our present political leaders. But be prepared, you might just be shocked by the comparison - or should I say "lack of comparison'.