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Ancient peoples, for millennia, had used calendars based on the moon, whose lunar cycles incrementally shifted through the seasons. These shifting seasons served as...

Chinese Government Bans Prayer App

The Chinese government banned the app Pray.com from being downloaded in the country, removing it from the Apple App Store.

National Day of Prayer: We Have Forgotten God…” Lincoln, “Awful Calamity … May Be but a Punishment … For Our Presumptuous Sins” – American...

President Reagan stated January 27, 1983: "In 1775, the Continental Congress proclaimed the first National Day of Prayer ... In 1783, the Treaty of Paris officially ended the long, weary Revolutionary War during...

Nikki Haley Says She’s ‘Not Going Anywhere’ as Trump Receives 182 South Carolina Endorsements

Nikki Haley said she plans to remain in the Republican presidential primary race against Donald Trump.

Illegal Who Killed Child in Drunk Driving Accident Arrested For Two Additional DUIs

An illegal immigrant who killed a child while driving his BMW under the influence of alcohol and was released from prison after just three years has been arrested again for two separate DUIs in different counties in California.

Christmas Truce of 1914, “Silent Night” story & selected Presidents’ Christmas Greetings “So CHRISTMAS becomes the only holiday in all the year…”-FDR – American...

When the First World War began, British women suffragists sent an Open Christmas Letter "To the Women of Germany and Austria" imploring peace as the first Christmas of...

“I Heard the Bells…” Christmas Tree, Lights, Poinsettia, Carols, & White House Christmas Celebrations – American Minute with Bill Federer

Continuing through the centuries, courageous missionaries spread Christianity. In the 5th century, St. Patrick evangelized the heathen Druid tribes of Ireland. In the 6th century, St. Augustine of Cantebury baptized 10,000 heathen Anglo-Saxons in...

I Heard the Bells…” Christmas Tree, Lights, Poinsettia, Carols, & White House Christmas Celebrations – American Minute with Bill Federer

From the birth of the Church, courageous missionaries spread Christianity. In the 5th century, Saint Patrick evangelized the heathen Druid tribes of Ireland. In the 6th century, Saint Augustine of Cantebury baptized 10,000 heathen...

Battle of the Bulge – Freezing Winter 1944 WWII “We will, with God’s help, go forward to victory” – American Minute with Bill Federer

World War Two was the deadliest military conflict in history, with an estimated 85 million deaths, mostly in the Pacific, and Europe's Western Front and Eastern Front. On the Eastern Front, one major clashes with National Socialist Workers...

Freezing Valley Forge, 1777, and Starving Ships “If those few thousand men endured that long winter of suffering … what right have we to...

[pWashington lost the Battle of Brandywine on September 11, 1777, and was force to retreat toward Philadelphia. Near the same time, British General Burgoyne's troops marched south from Canada toward Albany, New York,...

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