Celebrate Constitution Week

Celebrate Constitution Week

This is the first of two podcasts on Constitution week

Cynthia invited you to step back into American Colonial history and hear from a lady who lived through the American Revolution. She rejoiced when the Constitution was signed on Sept 17, 1787, 235 years ago.

It’s traditional to ring bells at 4 pm on the 17th to celebrate.

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Historical Perspective on Living by the Bible

Historical Perspective on Living by the Bible

Our world has changed in the past ten years and adopted ideas that don’t make sense. As believers in Christ, we have a Biblical worldview, which makes us live against the culture.

Author Lisa Betz was my guest this week. She loves the Roman era and wrote two mysteries in that time period. A Roman Christian also lived counterculturally. From her research,  she gave us a historical perspective on living by the Bible in our pop culture.

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What Can We Learn From History About Celebrating Christmas?

What Can We Learn From History About Celebrating Christmas?

C.S. Lewis encouraged people to read from other time periods. He said doing that sheds light on the thought of your day. We are living in a time of upheaval and change, and looking back can often give us clarity.

My guest this week was Rebecca Price Janney. She just completed the book Easton at Christmastide which covers the first Christmas after the Revolutionary War. She addressed the question, what can we learn from history about celebrating Christmas? Her valuable insights offer wisdom for these days.

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How Did We Get the Constitution?

How Did We Get the Constitution?

I’m a member of Daughters of the American Revolution, and we celebrate September as Constitution month. The founding fathers signed the document on Sept 17, 1787, and that was 234 years ago. Did you know that the Constitution has lasted longer than any other government in the world?

Tim Barton, president of Wallbuilders was my guest this week. He shared interesting facts about the Constitution you should pass along to your family. This is an incredible document we can be proud of.

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Patriotism: A Gold Star Mother Shared Her Story

Patriotism: A Gold Star Mother Shared Her Story

While reading about the World War II era, I unearthed a story of a Jewish lady who tried to leave Germany before the war. She had to fill out forms and get permission from several agencies. Except for the pandemic, we’ve never had such restrictions. Patriots fought and died to purchase our freedom.

This week, Carla Wicks told the story of her son who died while serving in the Navy. Her story will warm your heart.

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