America’s Christian History

The Mighty Works of God

 The Mighty Works of God  A Providential History Series for the Home and School How can your student love history? “I used the Mighty Works of God for all four of my school-aged kids. The Teacher’s Manual helped me see how to apply the Principle Approach to a lesson. I was able to take the […]

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The Value of a Godly Example, A Tribute to Mothers

The Value of a Godly Example, A Tribute to Mothers by Jeanette Whittaker Most of us keep items which we consider valuable. Some have intrinsic value, others remind us of a significant person or event. I’ve kept a cookbook that was handed down in our family. It’s original title speaks volumes, Portraits of Patriotism and Praise, […]

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Leadership Demanded by a Republic

Leadership Demanded by a Republic As you watch the news, do you sometimes wonder, “Where is the leadership that is needed in our nation?”  Leadership has been defined as, “to follow in advance of others.”  Perhaps this definition raises questions in your mind.  If so, take some time to reflect upon what a leader must follow–principles? a […]

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Easter Remembrance

“For I delivered unto you first of all that which I also received, how that Christ died for our sins according to the scriptures; and that he was buried, and that he rose again the third day according to the scriptures.” I Corinthians 15:3-4. May this Easter season be a time of remembering the blessed gift […]

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Christ Changed History

Christ Changed History Christ Changed Hearts “When Jesus Christ, the Son of God, came to earth, He came as a baby. He grew up in the simple home of His earthly father, the carpenter Joseph. We know little about Jesus as a boy. We do know that he was perfect. “His work on earth began […]

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