In the 9th century, Alfred the Great, following an ancient strategy, saved his civilization against all odds. He battled terrorism, pervasive illiteracy, the decline of faith and morality and the disregard for the rule of law — crises we are facing again in our time.
Patrick traveled Ireland for thirty years along primitive horse trails, aware that he might be killed at any time. He writes, “Daily, I expect murder, fraud or captivity, or whatever it may be; but I fear none of these things because of the promises of heaven. I have cast myself into the hands of God almighty who rules everywhere.”
Patrick of Ireland. Every year on March 17th we celebrate his life. Countless sons have been named after him. Innumerable churches bear his name as well. Parades in his honor march through the streets of great cities. But do we really know him? The truth is, very few people do. So, whether you do or not, permit me to tell his remarkable story...the greatest example in history of a man who won a nation without force of arms and transformed a society from chaos to peace....click here to read more
Recently I had the privilege of leading a tour to the Grand Opening of the Museum of the Bible in Washington D.C. This inspiring journey gave hope to all who were there that God has not forgotten America! Click Here to read the letter
Americans are reeling! Natural disasters—from massive hurricanes to floods of biblical proportions—have come one after another. Evil actors have taken center stage: a North Korean megalomaniac with nuclear weapons, a madman committing massacre in Las Vegas, Islamic terrorists wreaking havoc everywhere they can. We all seem to be saying, “we must do something to stop bad people from doing bad things.” But how? Click Here to read the Journal
In a world in which one rogue missile or dirty bomb could paralyze our civilization, what hope is there? The answer to questions of this magnitude are found in the Holy Scriptures and in the lessons of history. Read more...
Rulers throughout history have concentrated power over their people by controlling their private property. From the pillaging warriors of Genghis Khan to the modern era Communists, the plan has always been the same....read more.
A singular dream has filled the minds and stirred the hearts of people throughout history. It is a dream of FREEDOM—a driving hope to be free, to choose one’s own destiny apart from the control of a dictator or tyrant...read more
Do you sometimes feel that the America you grew up in is vanishing before your eyes? You are not imagining things.
Sadly, you’re seeing the noxious result of efforts by a relatively small group of globalists who contend that we must
“fundamentally transform” America to fit into a new global order.
Ronald Reagan's timeless analysis given decades ago is more relevant today than ever before. He said, "This is the issue of this election: whether we believe in our capacity for self government or whether we abandon the American Revolution and confess that a little intellectual elite in a far-distant capital can plan our lives for us better than we can plan them ourselves."
In 1915, more than 1.5 million Armenian Christians were slaughtered by the Turks in an attempt to extinguish the oldest Christian civilization in history. This Armenian genocide is a reminder that the religion of Islam is a religion of the sword, a religion of forced submission. The word Islam itself means submission—not peace, as is often claimed.
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