Monthly Archives: September 2015

One Shining Moment in the Heart of a Community

Enthusiasm! Inspiration! Excitement! Motivation! These are powerful and stirring words, but they do not fully capture everything that happened last week in a dynamic Williamsburg, VA church. Over 300 government leaders, pastors, ministry leaders and praying citizens mobilized for a … Continue reading

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Three Words That Changed The World

We celebrate the birth of our Constitution, which ushered in a whole new form of government, with religious freedom as its bedrock. The profound phrase, “We the People,” forever placed the responsibility of stewarding our freedom in the hands of … Continue reading

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Remember it is ‘In God We Trust’

The nation’s police force has been in the spotlight for months now. As a response to the ongoing threats and violence directed toward law enforcement members around the country, this month, one police department in Childress, a small, rural and … Continue reading

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And So It Begins…Where Does it End?

The war on religious liberty and in particular, the rights of conscience, intensified last Thursday. The battleground is located in Ashland, Kentucky, where Rowan County Clerk, Kim Davis, was arrested and jailed for contempt. Federal Judge, David L. Bunning, wrote … Continue reading

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