Somehow, weaving through history, Christ has kept His Church between the ditches of error on the road of truth.
A Common Tradition The year was 287 A.D. The place was the Swiss Alps. Roman troops were fighting insurgents and… Read more A Church Without Walls
In honor of President’s Day, here is a sampling of quotes from our First President. HT May God grant us… Read more Washington’s Wisdom
Leonard Bernkop, A.D. 1542 “In the year 1542, Brother Leonard Bernkop was apprehended for the faith at Salzburg. Much was… Read more “Turn Me Around”
Not far from where I live is a road named Three Notch’d Road. Running east-west from Richmond to the Shenandoah… Read more Three-Chopt, Trail-blazing, and a Faithful Father
I was saddened to hear this morning of the passing of Elisabeth Elliot. She was a faithful missionary, author, speaker,… Read more Through Gates of Pearly Splendor
More years ago than I like to admit, I left a small bookshop with the first adult-level book I recall… Read more Book Review – George Whitefield: America’s Spiritual Founding Father