“I Heard the Bells…”

American Minute with Bill Federer “I Heard the Bells…” Christmas Tree, Lights, Poinsettia, Carols, & White House Christmas Celebrations – . Continuing through the centuries, courageous missionaries spread Christianity. In the 5th century, St. Patrick evangelized the heathen Druid tribes of Ireland. In the 6th century, St. Augustine of Cantebury baptized 10,000 heathen Anglo-Saxons in England. READ MORE > > >

Preaching With Purpose

In 1850, aged sixteen, Spurgeon was tricked into preaching his first sermon. At that time, a small preaching group based at St. Andrew’s Street Chapel in Cambridge was used to supplying preachers for the surrounding villages. Impressed by the recently converted teenager, the leader of the group asked Spurgeon to go to the little village … More Preaching With Purpose


Veterans Day is worth celebrating – READ MORE On Veterans Day, Reflect on Why America Is Worth Fighting For How This Air Force Veteran Gives Back to Fellow Veterans . *History of Veterans Day . *Veterans Day “In test & trial, we instinctively turn to God for courage”-Eisenhower – American Minute with Bill Federer . … More VETERANS DAY 2022

Devotional Thought for Today – 09/14/2022

CONTENTMENT AND JOY PHILIPPIANS 2 Chapter CONTEXT from MHCC: The apostle proceeds in this chapter where he left off in the last, further exhortations to several duties, to be like-minded, and lowly-minded, which he presses from the example of Christ (v. 1-11), to be diligent and serious in the Christian course (v. 12, 13), and to … More Devotional Thought for Today – 09/14/2022

3 ways the Protestant Reformation reshaped Christianity

“Sirs, what must I do to be saved?” That was the desperate question cried out by the Philippian jailer in Acts 16 after Paul, Silas, and the other prisoners had been miraculously freed by a divine earthquake. Approximately 1,500 years later, it was the exact same question that drove Martin Luther — a Roman Catholic … More 3 ways the Protestant Reformation reshaped Christianity

Taking Unpopular Stands in a Strange New World

According to Theodoret of Cyrrhus, on January 1, A.D. 404, an ascetic monk named Telemachus jumped to the floor of the arena during a gladiatorial match and begged the competitors to stop. The crowd was so angry at the interruption that they stoned him to death. When Christian Emperor Honorius heard about Telemachus’ act of bravery, he … More Taking Unpopular Stands in a Strange New World