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May 27, 2020

It was an unusual scene. The chief priest standing toe-to-toe with the king in the temple with a censer in his hand, tension filling the air instead of the sweet smell of incense.

 “Fill my censer, Azariah!” King Uzziah barked. The king was getting madder by the second...

June 24, 2019

Next month marks the 243rd anniversary of the signing of America’s birth certificate, the Declaration of Independence. The Fourth of July has always been a favorite holiday for me, in part because of its proximity to my birthday. But my love for America’s heritage, and...

September 11, 2018

I originally wrote this fictitious conversation between a young father and his young son on the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks. When I wrote it, I didn’t have a son--now I do.


I looked in the rearview mirror of my car at the questioner, my 8-year-old son. W...

July 25, 2018

By now, you’ve probably realized that we made a name change. Either that, or you’ve been thinking that we’ve got some serious editing problems and keep putting in the wrong word for “Walkersville.” Editing issues aside, we have indeed changed our name from Walkersville...

May 28, 2018

Last week, I had the delightful privilege of touring the United Sates Capitol. It was my third visit, and each time I spend inside its ornate walls I am inspired to learn more about our American heritage. The Capitol is an architectural encyclopedia of our history, a t...

October 19, 2017

 On October 31, people throughout the world will mark the 500th Anniversary of the Protestant Reformation. Although the seeds of the Reformation were planted long before, 1517 was when its green shoot popped up from the darkness of the medieval sod. Martin Luther’s nai...

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