Pastors Lead the Charge

March 17 is annually celebrated in Boston as “Evacuation Day,” commemorating the departure of the British from the city after an extended eleven month occupation at the start of the American War for Independence. That occupation lasted from April 19, 1775, through March 17, 1776, […]

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Sam Houston

March 2 is the birthday of Sam Houston. Considered a Texas hero, he is also an American hero as well. In the years leading up to the Civil War, Houston was a U. S. Senator, and the most controversial issue of his day was slavery. […]

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Women Who Shaped History

This month is Women’s History month — an excellent time to remember and celebrate some historically important women.Abigail AdamsThough her poor health kept her from receiving a formal education, Abigail rose above this, teaching herself to master several areas of study, including even learning a foreign […]

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Persecuted Christians in South Asia Bravely Translating the Bible with Help from Wycliffe Associates

Tuesday, February 21, 2023 | Tag Cloud Tags: Artic, Bible, Christian, church, CIA, FACE, Faith, ICE, infrastructure, IRS, Islam, Library, News, religion, sec, Security, technology, train, travel, UN, US, War, WHO, Worthy News, Wycliffe, Xi by Karen Faulkner, Worthy News Correspondent (Worthy News) – Wycliffe […]

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George Washington 1785 Letter

Below is an original letter in WallBuilders’ collection, from George Washington, dated February 1, 1785. This letter was written during a short period of retirement for Washington, following the War for Independence and before the Constitutional Convention. After resigning his military commission, he settled back […]

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Sermon – Fire – 1840

Samuel Kirkland Lothrop (1804-1886) graduated from Harvard in 1825 and from the Harvard divinity school in 1828. He was a minister at the Unitarian Church in Dover, NH (1829-1834) and at the Brattle Square Church in Boston (1834-1876). Lothrop was a delegate to the Massachusetts […]

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