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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

“For Your New Years Resolutions – Look To The Past”

By Jerry Stewart As we look forward to this new year, 2009, there is much talk as to where we will be this time next year as a people and as a nation. I believe that 2009 may very well be one of the most crucial years in our nation’s history because of the difficult decisions which lie before us. Decisions like:

"Home By Christmas"

williamkidd_400William and Martha Kidd     By Jerry Stewart 

What Should We Do On Thanksgiving? - Ask George

gwash_01George Washington's 1789 Thanksgiving Proclamation

“The Second Thanksgiving” by Jerry Stewart

firstthanksgiving WE ALL KNOW THE STORY OF THAT FIRST THANKSGIVING, BUT WHAT DO WE KNOW OF THE PILGRIMS AFTER THAT? AND WAS THERE A SECOND THANKSGIVING? OH YES. IN FACT, THE STORY OF WHAT HAPPENED TO THE PILGRIMS AFTER THAT FIRST THANKSGIVING SHOULD BE IN EVERY CHILD’S HISTORY BOOK BECAUSE THE STORY IS SO POWERFUL AND MIRACULOUS.

"In God We Still Trust" or do we?

By Jerry Stewart There's a powerful song out there that I have posted on the upper right side of this page so you can hear. This song, "In God We Still Trust", is sung by a group named Diamond Rio, and certainly lays out so much of how so many of us still feel about our America. I have posted the words below for your review. But here's the question I must ask - "Is our trust still in God?"

"The Baltimore Plot"

160pxabraham_lincoln_head_on_shoulders_photo_portrait.As we all know, Abraham Lincoln, our 16th president, was assassinated. It is perhaps the most famous event in all our U.S. history.

A Short History of the American Labor Movement

hard_workBy Jerry Stewart     HOW DID WE COME TO BE THE POWERFUL AND SUCCESSFUL LABOR FORCE WE ARE TODAY?

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