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?
About a week ago I happened upon a book I'd purchased five or six years ago. That particular day I had a sad feeling in my heart. I was thinking about our nation, and how so many have turned their eyes away from God. I was in my room straightening up, going through drawers and … Continue reading A Call for Repentance
John Wilkes Booth. Even people who are unfamiliar with history know that name. Why? Well, the truth is, most people tend to remember the names of those who did horrible things. If you know who Booth is, you surely know who Hitler and Stalin are as well. Those who commit horrendous acts are often etched … Continue reading TRAITORS
There’s been a lot of talk about walls lately. The wall we are hearing the most about these days is the infamous “border wall” that politicians are debating about building. This wall would keep out illegal immigrants, and its discussion is causing quite a controversy amongst the American public. But today I’m not focusing on … Continue reading The Wall
When we think of America one of the first names that often pops into our head is George Washington. His name lives on as the cherished father of our nation. A man of great integrity, humility and wisdom. We can look into Washington's past and find out he was indeed a special man. He was … Continue reading Washington and New York
A few years back I went to Boston at Christmastime. It was a beautiful time of year. It looked like a Colonial wonderland. One very cold day I visited the Revere House, situated at the North end of Boston. On April 18, 1775, Paul Revere set out on the ride of his life. It … Continue reading Paul Revere