108 Years Since Titanic’s Sinking: What Have We Learned?

It's been 108 years since the famous Titanic sank on April 15, 1912. The beautiful, majestic Titanic set sail April 10 without a care in the world. This "unsinkable" ship left on its maiden voyage, filled with approximately 2,240 passengers and crew.  No one suspected that in a few days the ship would sink near … Continue reading 108 Years Since Titanic’s Sinking: What Have We Learned?

Rumblings of a Civil War in America

"Every kingdom divided against itself will be ruined, and every city or household divided against itself will not stand."  Matthew 12:25.   This verse should pierce the heart of every American at this juncture in our history. I wasn't around to see the rumblings and atrocities of the Civil War in the 1860's.  Luckily, I didn't … Continue reading Rumblings of a Civil War in America

The Story of Benjamin and Esther Hart: A Titanic Warning

For my birthday in 2015 my husband took me to the Titanic Artifact Exhibition in Orlando, Florida.  When we arrived, they gave us each a ticket.  On our ticket was the name of a real passenger who was aboard Titanic when it sank.  My husband received the ticket of a passenger named Benjamin Hart.  (See picture)  … Continue reading The Story of Benjamin and Esther Hart: A Titanic Warning