Okay, no pun intended in the title. Just had to throw that out there. But it's a valid argument that History is becoming lost to the raging waves of time. How though? I'm glad you asked. 1. Cancel Culture The number one thing that I see as being a reason for History becoming lost to … Continue reading 3 Ways History Is Becoming a Thing of The Past
Having written over 8,000 songs, Fanny Crosby is perhaps one of the most well known hymn writers in all the annals of Christendom. Her words have inspired, renewed, and refreshed so many souls. Blessed Assurance, He Hideth My Soul, Pass Me Not Oh Gentle Savior—these are only a few of her most well known songs. … Continue reading Safe In The Arms Of Jesus// History of the Hymn
At the very heart of the American Spirit lies a name that we all recognize: Valley Forge. It was the winter our fledgling nation was tried to the breaking point—and lived to fight another day. There are some misconceptions though about exactly what the situation was regarding Valley Forge. Many claim that our soldiers were … Continue reading Blood In The Snow: The Winter That Forged America
A few weeks ago we looked into the allegations brought against the Confederate Battle flag, and whether it truly is racist or not. If you missed it, you can find it here. Today I'm asking the question, is the Gadsden flag racist as many in today's world have claimed? You might be thinking, what on … Continue reading Is The Gadsden Flag Racist?
Can you believe that it's been a year since I started my blogging journey? I look back and I don't know where time has gone. If you had asked me about a year and a half ago, if I ever saw myself becoming a blogger, I would've spit my teeth out. No. Blogging was never … Continue reading One Year Blogiversary!
Welcome to post three in my series of Old Fashioned living. If you missed the first two, you can check them out here and here. Christmas offers so many opportunities for Old Fashioned things. And I love to take advantage of any and all that I might get to participate in. In a world that … Continue reading An Old Fashioned Christmas
We know that Christ was not born on December 25th. It didn't happen. For many though, that is the day His birth is commemorated. Regardless of views on the holiday that has been labeled "Christmas", the birth of Jesus Christ is something that should be remembered and celebrated all throughout the year. He was born … Continue reading What was the significance of the swaddling clothes?
One of the world's most beloved carols, Silent Night has touched many hearts and lives throughout history. It has a bit of an interesting start. The song that most connect with peaceful piano arrangements, was actually written for the gentle, mellow tone of the guitar. In a little burg in Austria, the song found its … Continue reading Silent Night
This past Wednesday was the 81st anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor. You didn't really think I had forgotten, did you? It's never too late to remember such a huge event in our history. This week has just been crazy though as far as my blog goes (sometimes I hate technology). And I wasn't … Continue reading Pearl Harbor// We Will Not Forget
Autumn has come and gone, and I'm still trying to figure out where on earth it went. The last lingering beauties of fall are quickly and gracefully being replaced by the frosty beauty of winter. At the end of this summer, I did a post sharing with you all some of the slow-paced, beautiful things … Continue reading An Old Fashioned Fall