America’s Christian History

Properly Protesting in America

One of the events, which I enjoy sharing as I teach America’s Christian history, is the Boston Tea Party, including the reasons and the events of that night. Why did those individuals resist by dumping the tea? One historian, Richard Frothingham, wrote this: “The resistance contemplated was in general such action as might be necessary to thwart by lawful methods this ministerial measure. […]

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Washington’s Reverence

February is a time of remembering our Presidents, and particularly the contribution of George Washington. You and your children will enjoy this brief anecdote of General Washington and his mother.  Set during the American Revolution, the story gives tribute to a mother’s influence upon the character of her son. Enjoy this audio clip, Washington’s Reverence, […]

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Representatives and Their Duty

As I watched the news last evening, I was contemplating events taking place in my home state, as well as several states in the Midwest. Several thoughts came to mind: As our representatives were elected, they were sent to “stand in our place” to make decisions according to their conscience. When difficult choices are to be […]

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How The Mighty Works of God Came to Be

My journey in producing The Mighty Works of God series goes back many years. It begins first with a personal journey of internal heart change when, as a Christian, I realized the Providential Hand of God in history, past, present, and future. I have partially told this story on our Pilgrim Institute blog and if […]

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