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title pic Teaching Kids About War

Posted by Lorren on September 11, 2013

9/11 Poster by wenterprises Today was the twelfth anniversary of the September 11th attacks. For school today, I showed my kids a documentary on that horrible day, and explained what happened. While my oldest is 11, my youngest is 6, and still sometimes has difficulty understanding that even though bad things happen in other places, […]

title pic Rome in the Early 200s, and the US Today

Posted by Lorren on September 3, 2013

The United States has several similarities with the Roman Empire of the early 3rd century.

title pic Influence

Posted by Lorren on August 1, 2013

We may not think that our influence can be as great as people in the Bible who impacted history today, but their thousand year influence is nothing compared to the influence that we can have on eternity by leading someone to the Lord.

title pic Encouragement from II Kings

Posted by Lorren on July 24, 2013

II Kings shows us the end of the nation of Israel, but we can take heart in that after all that, his plan to bring forth the Savior was revealed.

title pic The Presidency for Sale on eBay?

Posted by Lorren on July 22, 2013

Could the US presidency go up for sale on eBay? The emperorship of the Roman empire was once up for auction.

title pic Holder, Commodus, and the Right to Self Defense

Posted by Lorren on July 20, 2013

Eric Holder is seeming to take steps to erode the right to self-defense in the United States.

title pic Mistakes of our Ancestors, Compounded

Posted by Lorren on June 3, 2013

Over time, the mistakes of a generation can compound and product big headaches for future generations.

title pic Loyalty Day? Let Me Puke for a Second

Posted by Lorren on May 1, 2013

Barack Obama declared May 1, 2013 as “Loyalty Day”. No thanks.

title pic An Upcoming Famine?

Posted by Lorren on January 10, 2013

Is there an upcoming famine coming up? In some places, people are already having trouble growing food.

title pic After the Struggle, the Renaissance

Posted by Lorren on January 9, 2013

Although it looks like we’re going through troubled times right now, after periods of troubled times, prosperity usually follows.

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