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The Richmond, VA GOP was gracious enough to ask me to speak at their meeting on Tuesday, May 26th. Copied below is the text of the speech.* —- Obviously, I am a Christian. My faith drives everything I do. I do believe the Bible is the Word of God given directly to us. But I’m [...]
Recently I interviewed with Ken McClenton of “The Exceptional Conservative” radio show, discussing faith, politics, and the Tea Party. We had a great talk. You can listen to the entire interview here.
My latest book, Saving America: A Christian Perspective of the Tea Party Movement, is nominated for Christian Small Publishers Association 2013 book of the year in the Non-Fiction – Christian Living category. If you feel like showing me some love with a vote, you can do so here.
I get a lot of comments on this website and my companion Facebook site, many of which I don’t respond to. Some are unreasonable and/or hateful and, thus, don’t require a response; and some I simply can’t get to, though I wish I could. I enjoy thoughtful and gracious dialogue on the critical issues facing [...]
Below is an article I wrote for American Thinker. —- You’re watching a football game. Painted across one end zone is the word “FREEDOM”; across the other, “OPPRESSION.” The game is in sudden death overtime — next team to score wins. Now — if that field represents the American struggle between teams Freedom and Oppression [...]
On Thursday, I interviewed on VIEWPOINT Radio with Chuck Crismier of Save America ministries, discussing my book, Saving America: A Christian Perspective of the Tea Party Movement. We had a great talk, delving into a wide range of topics about the current state of America and how Christians can help shape her future for the better. [...]
While I disagree with Mitt Romney on many things and vehemently opposed him during the Republican primary, I’ve maintained for months that he will not only win this year’s presidential election, but do so by a wide margin. And after he delivered an epic smack-down to a totally unprepared President Obama in last Wednesday’s debate, [...]
“Pastors in particular and Christians in general were so influential in our move for independence.” ~ John Adams On Wednesday, September 19th I witnessed history being made. I had the honor of attending the commissioning service of Virginia’s Black Robe Regiment at Patrick Henry College. A number of compelling speakers shared their hearts about [...]
I co-authored this piece with my friend and brother in Christ, Pastor Travis Witt. Check out Travis’s website here. —- On January 21, 1776, Reverend John Peter Gabriel Muhlenberg preached his final sermon. He entered the pulpit as a pastor and exited the chancel as a colonel. Led by God and committed to biblical principles, [...]