Why Study History?

Is it important to study history? Why do we need to know what’s come before us? Isn’t it just enough to “live in the moment?” Renowned historian Victor Davis Hanson explores these important questions… WATCH NOW > > >

Republicans in Top Form on Draft Day

In a Congress run by Democrats, it’s not every day that conservatives can celebrate a common-sense victory. So when word leaked that there’d been a dramatic change to the military spending bill, most Republicans were waiting for the other shoe to drop. By late Tuesday morning, the rumors about the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) … More Republicans in Top Form on Draft Day

The Dignity and Sanctity of Every Human Life Resource Guide

This 300-page e-book is our most comprehensive resource on how to be a voice for all life, at every age and stage. Learn how to impact your own sphere of influence with this book. Whether you want to speak to your church congregation, your child or your co-worker, this is a great resource you can … More The Dignity and Sanctity of Every Human Life Resource Guide

Devotional Thought for Today – 09/01/21

Joel 2 CONTEXT: The book of Joel was the telling of God’s judgment upon His chosen people (Israel), the pagan nations that surrounded them, and the eventual outpouring of the Holy Spirit (restoration of God’s people) Acts 2. Matthew Henry breaks chapter 2 down as follows: God’s judgments. (1-14) Exhortations to fasting and prayer; blessings … More Devotional Thought for Today – 09/01/21

Opinion: America is leaving thousands of people behind in Afghanistan. This is a moral disaster.

Enormous as it is, the number of people evacuated by air from Kabul since the end of July — about 122,000 — is not large enough. Thankfully, many thousands of American citizens, third-country nationals and Afghans who worked directly for U.S. and allied military forces or embassies made it out. But many thousands of people … More Opinion: America is leaving thousands of people behind in Afghanistan. This is a moral disaster.