America’s Christian History

The Mighty Works of God

The Mighty Works of God  “Showing to the generation to come the praises of the Lord, and his strength, and his wonderful works that he hath done . . . That they might set their hope in God, and not forget the works of God, but keep his commandments.” Psalm 78: 4, 7 The Mighty […]

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Cultivating American Christian Leadership

Cultivating American Christian Leadership   In a recent article, we looked at the Leadership which is uniquely required to support a republic. Sometimes we are saddened by the lack of leadership which we see in homes, communities, and in our nation. We cry out for leadership which will be based upon Biblical principles. As American Christians, […]

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Teaching and Learning Self Government

    Pilgrim Institute Introduce children to the important principle of Self Government. “The Bible tells us that the ideas and thoughts which are in our heart will decide how we act. If our thoughts and ideas are controlled by the Bible, then our actions will also be controlled by the Bible. If our thoughts […]

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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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