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About the Author: Stephen Flick

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Christian Heritage Fellowship seeks to speak to several specific areas of need. First, we seek to advocate a biblical worldview as opposed to other world religions or secular humanism. Second, our ministry seeks to recover and advocate the truth concerning America’s Christian heritage and the positive influence of Christianity around the world. Finally, it is our desire to provide this information to believers (and non-believers) that they might be inspired to live lives pleasing to God.

Posts by Stephen Flick:

President’s Day

President’s Day

American Christianity, Calendar Articles, February, Social Theology

Listen The Father of America, George Washington, was born on February 22. But in honor of our first President, the third Monday of February has been designated as the day to remember his stature in America’s life. In 1880, a federal holiday honoring George Washington was implemented by and Act of Congress for government offices in the District of Columbia and expanded in 1885 to...Read more... Read more...

Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day

Calendar Articles, February, Social Theology

Listen The exact origin of Valentine’s Day is shrouded in mystery. It was common for early Christians to commemorate the life and ministry of well-known Christian leaders by observing a day of annual celebration in their honor. However, exactly who the honoree is cannot be determined with certainty. The romantic element was never a part of the observance of this day until...Read more... Read more...

Lincoln’s Birthday

Lincoln’s Birthday

American Christianity, Calendar Articles, February, Social Theology

Listen Abraham Lincoln (February 12, 1809 – April 15, 1865) was the 16th President of the United States, serving from March 1861 until his assassination in April 1865. He is remembered most for having successfully led his country through one of the greatest crises in American history–the American Civil War. His efforts led to the preservation of the Union, the abolition of...Read more... Read more...

Lord’s Day Articles

Lord’s Day Articles

Calendar Articles, Christian Living, February Articles

Listen First Sunday of February Lord’s Day Observance Sunday Never has there been serious revival in the Christian Church but what an interest and deeper observance of the Lord’s Day has occurred. Study the history of the Church, and careful observers will be impressed with the revived interest in the observance of the Lord’s Day that has enjoyed among the leaders and...Read more... Read more...

A Service of the Cross

A Service of the Cross

Calendar Articles, Store Products

Listen Get your copy today! Described by some participants as one of the most meaningful services in which they have ever participated, A Service of the Cross vividly recounts the biblical truth concerning the need for God’s light of salvation and the necessity of the sacrificial death of Jesus Christ. Dramatic imagery and readings relate the biblical plan of salvation, contrasting the...Read more... Read more...

America’s Founding Fathers and the Bible

America’s Founding Fathers and the Bible

Calendar Articles, Store Products

Listen Our latest publication is now ready for distribution. Purchase your discounted copy today! Contrary to the contemporary mantra that America was birthed as a secular nation, the historical evidence demonstrates that America was founded by Christians who wished to enjoy the liberty to freely express their Christian faith. Lamentably, Christians have forgotten and neglected the...Read more... Read more...

Epiphany

Epiphany

Calendar Articles, January, Social Theology

Listen January 6 Western dating of Epiphany Epiphany, taken from a Greek word meaning “manifestation,” is the celebration of the coming of Jesus or revelation of God to the Gentile world through the birth of Christ. It traditionally falls on January 6 and commemorates the visitation of the Magi to the baby Jesus; thus, the disclosure to the Gentile world as held by the...Read more... Read more...

Food for Thought

Food for Thought

Devotional Literature

Listen Sometimes brief discussions of life situations from a biblical perspective elude attempts to classify them. For this reason, the articles that appear below may appear disjointed and unrelated to each other. However, they are part of the larger message of Christian Heritage Fellowship and part of a lager collage of the message of biblical Christianity. They are composed for the...Read more... Read more...

Week of Prayer and Fasting

Week of Prayer and Fasting

Calendar Articles, Christian Living, January, May, Prayer, September

Listen January, May, September Periods of dedicated prayer To maintain prayer as a personal or church-wide spiritual practice, believers may wish to set aside times throughout the year for special emphasis upon fasting. The first weeks in January, May, and September provide natural opportunities to emphasize prayer and fasting. Some of the most important information related to the...Read more... Read more...

Christmas Day

Christmas Day

Calendar Articles, December, Social Theology

Listen Though initially resisted by the Pilgrim Fathers of America, the practice gained use across America. Tragically, the false image of Nicholas has supplanted the true meaning of Christmas–the birth of the Messiah of the world. [page_shadow] We are a user supported non-profit organization.  Your small gift is tax-deductible and will go a long way to help us meet our operating...Read more... Read more...

Winter Newsletter

Winter Newsletter

Calendar Articles, December Articles, Newsletters

Listen For most Americans, Christmas is the most enjoyable season of the year. Replete with the sights, sounds, and smells of the season, few other events and holidays are regarded as highly as Christmas. Together with Thanksgiving and the New Year, the Christmas season offers many a much desired end-of-the-year rest from normal demands and responsibilities. During this much enjoyed...Read more... Read more...

When the United States Capitol Was a Church

When the United States Capitol Was a Church

Store Products

Listen $5.38 Proof of America’s Christian origin! Get yours today! December 4, 1800 Sanction of Church in US Capitol So deep and strong was the connection of government to the Christian faith in early America that the relationship was recognized in a variety of ways. Few realize that the United States Capitol was used as a church for years before it was used to convene the United...Read more... Read more...

St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day

Calendar Articles, March, Social Theology

Listen In 461, Patrick passed from this life. Tradition suggests his body was placed upon a wagon to which were harnessed two young unbroken bullocks which were allowed to wonder about. Where they stopped, at Dun-Lethglaisse (now known as Downpatrick), there Patrick was buried. Later, a church was built above his grave, and like many Christian leaders, he was venerated and worshiped by...Read more... Read more...

American Family Association

American Family Association

Affiliate, Calendar Articles, Social Theology

Listen American Family Association (AFA) a non-profit 501(c3) organization was founded in 1977 by Donald E. Wildmon, who was pastoring First United Methodist Church in Southaven, Mississippi, at the time. Since 1977, AFA has been on the frontlines of America’s culture war. The original name of the ministry was National Federation for Decency but was changed to American Family...Read more... Read more...

Winter Solstice

Winter Solstice

Annual Schedule, Calendar Articles, December, Social Theology

Listen Winter Solstice marks the official beginning of winter. [page_shadow] We are a user supported non-profit organization.  Your small gift is tax-deductible and will go a long way to help us meet our operating budget – and it is vital, because ... America deserves to know its true heritage. Please contribute today! Click to donate Related Reading No posts available Welcome to...Read more... Read more...

Trinity Sunday

Trinity Sunday

Annual Schedule, Calendar Articles, June, Social Theology

Listen Trinity Sunday is the first Sunday after Pentecost and is celebrated by many Christians in the United States. It celebrates the Christian teaching of the Trinity as taught in Scripture. [page_shadow] We are a user supported non-profit organization.  Your small gift is tax-deductible and will go a long way to help us meet our operating budget – and it is vital, because ......Read more... Read more...

Election Day

Election Day

American Christianity, Calendar Articles, November, Social Theology

Listen Usually, the first Tuesday of November is election day for federal offices and often is used by states and local governments also. [page_shadow] We are a user supported non-profit organization.  Your small gift is tax-deductible and will go a long way to help us meet our operating budget – and it is vital, because ... America deserves to know its true heritage. Please...Read more... Read more...

Yearly Bible-Reading Plan

Yearly Bible-Reading Plan

Calendar Articles, Christian Living, December Articles, Default Category, Devotional Literature, January Articles, June, November Articles

Listen Without regular spiritual cultivation, it is not possible to walk in fellowship with the Lord. Bible study, prayer, Christian fellowship, worship, and the use of other means of grace make an individual strong in his faith. Just as a garden or any positive discipline must be cultivated, so our relationship to the Lord must be cultivated. God has not promised to bless the words or...Read more... Read more...

Take the Quiz

Take the Quiz

Calendar Articles, Default Category

Listen Our quizzes anticipate the events of the month as they relate to Christian living and hint at what might be anticipated in the following month or months. Try your skill...Read more... Read more...

Ash Wednesday

Ash Wednesday

Annual Schedule, Calendar Articles, February, March, Social Theology

Listen In the Western Church, Ash Wednesday is observed the first day of Lent, being the seventh Wednesday before Easter. The practice of placing ashes on the foreheads of followers is to remind them of the brevity of life, the sorrow they should feel for their sins, and the necessity of changing their lives to conform to the will of God. It has been observed from the early Middle Ages...Read more... Read more...