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Jul 23rd

Our Nation Under God

Ronald Reagan Dallas Ecumenical Prayer Breakfast


President Ronald Reagans remarks at an Ecumenical Prayer Breakfast in Dallas, Texas on August 23, 1984 is as relevant today as it was then.

Thank you, ladies and gentlemen, very much. And, Martha Weisend, thank you very much. And I could say that if the morning ended with the music we have just heard from that magnificent choir, it would indeed be a holy day for all of us.

It's wonderful to be here this morning. The past few days have been pretty busy for all of us, but I've wanted to be with you today to share some of my own thoughts.

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America's Culture War and How to Fight It, Some Memorial Day Reflections

Memorial Day 2011 should call to our attention the real state of America today — a nation engulfed in the flames of a Culture War. This is a battle war that many of America's Constitutionalists are fighting poorly. But we cannot learn to fight until we learn to think.

This Culture War is, so far, a war of words, but words inciting action - words expressing bitterly opposed philosophies, intellectual values, and policy goals. And as columnist Joseph Sobran observed in the first days of the Reagan Presidency, Americans [then and now] are "philosophically incompetent and intellectually unsophisticated."

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Shenandoah Valley “Salute to the Family” and A Celebration of God and Country


I Pledge Allegiance to the Flag of the United States of America, and to the Republic for Which It Stands, One Nation Under God, Indivisible, with Liberty and Justice for All.

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Bishop E.W. Jackson repeatedly brought nearly 400 guests to standing ovations at the Forum’s 10th annual Shenandoah Valley “Salute to the Family” dinner on  Friday evening, May 13th, 2011 with a stirring call to a spiritual revival and to S.T.A.N.D. up for the Biblical values, enduring principles, and the Judeo-Christian foundation on which America was built and has prospered.  Laus Deo!

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Demise of DOMA | Wrecking the Constitution

Chuck Colson is "flabbergasted" at President Obama and his administration's breath-taking usurpation of power. And he has a message for the church: Your silence is deafening.Our society continues drifting into the morass of secularization, in which nothing is sacred and everything is disposable. Such as the traditional view of marriage, or the life of an unborn, unwanted child.

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Christian Citizenship and Godly Government Breakfast, June 16, 2011


Virginia Christian Alliance and Fredericksburg Christian Schools cordially invite Pastors and leaders in Fredericksburg and the surrounding area to attend a special breakfast on June 16, 2011.

Attorney General Ken Cuccinelli — Pastors, Pulpit and the Law
Bishop Harry Jackson — God, Country and Family
Moderator Terry BeatleyHosea 4:6 Outreach


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God's Ten Commandments stand for freedom


For those Americans who live where there are four distinct seasons, during the winter months you're probably tuned into your local radio or television station so you'll know the weather forecast.

Our meteorological forecasters have ways to determine if our days will be sunny and bright, blustering cold, or uncomfortably hot. With that thought in mind, how do most people gauge what is right or wrong? It's apparent that we're living in an age when almost anything goes.

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May 5, 2011 and the National Day of Prayer


Regardless whether you agree or disagree with our President, we are called to pray for him, our leaders and our country.  This year, the White House released President Barack Obama’s Presidential Proclamation marking the 60th annual observance of the National Day of Prayer, which took place on Thursday, May 5th.

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WAZT-TV Interviews the Virginia Christian Alliance


A Celebration of God and Country, with Dean Welty


Do you sometimes think – perhaps secretly – that the Valley is the Center of the Universe?  That if only everyone else thought like we did, and had our values, the world would be a better place?  

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One Nation, Under God, Indivisible


Read the first in a four-part series on the Civil War as a battle between two "Christian" nations.

One hundred fifty years ago on April 12 in 1861, Confederate artillery opened fire on Fort Sumter, a federal fort in Charleston Harbor. The American Civil War had begun.

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1,000 White Crosses


When searching the internet today for news on what Christians are doing to reaffirm our country as a nation under God, I came across the First Baptist Church in Cleveland, Ohio and what just a few people can do to honor God and push back on the atheist movement in our land.  (also see related Our Nation Under God articles). Here is the story


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In God We Trust


Fifty-five years ago, the House Judiciary Committee considered a bill that would affirm one of the cornerstones upon which our nation was built. Although opposed by a small minority of the American public at the time, the bill received overwhelming support by Americans and members of Congress. The bill passed unanimously out of the Judiciary Committee, unanimously in the House of Representatives, and unanimously in the Senate before it went on to be signed into law by President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

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What is the Black Robed Regiment?


A Brief History by David Barton 

The Black Robed Regiment was the name that the British placed on the courageous and patriotic American clergy during the Founding Era (a backhanded reference to the black robes they wore). [1] Significantly, the British blamed the Black Regiment for American Independence, [2] and rightfully so, for modern historians have documented that:

There is not a right asserted in the Declaration of Independence which had not been discussed by the New England clergy before 1763. [3]

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The Cost of Discipleship


CitizenLink | Two members of Congress buck the political status quo to do what is Catherine O. Snow

“Have I not commanded you? Be strong and courageous. Do not be terrified; do not be discouraged, for the Lord your God will be with you wherever you go.”   ~ Joshua 1:9.  This powerful Old Testament verse relates to the Lord’s command and promise to Joshua and the children of Israel; however, it also speaks to many Christian men and women working in the nation’s capital.

Tea Party icon Sen. Jim DeMint, R-S.C., is just one example of a Christian opting to stand on principle — and his faith — and paying the price in doing so.

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