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Listen During the last weekend of January 2021, Temple Baptist Church of Powell, TN convened its annual Faithful Men's Meeting. A portion of the focus of the conference was America's Christian heritage. The link above is to the video of the evening service on January 31st in which "The Founder's Christian Legacy" was presented. Please click the image above to view the service and...Read more... Read more... -->
Listen Radio announcer, Jim Thorn (WYAB 103.9fm), of Jackson, Mississippi invited Dr. Stephen Flick to join him on his January 30, 2019 morning radio show. Discussion subjects ranged widely, including the religious orientation of the Founding Fathers, the oft debated "separation of Church and state," the moral and cultural trajectory of America, and additional subjects. You may listen to the interview in its entirety clicking the main image...Read more... Read more... -->
Listen June 1, 2020 President Trump visited St. John’s Episcopal Church in Washington For several months, I have received emails, texts, and a phone call or two concerning a video (click featured image above) of the story behind President Trump's Bible. To the surprise of family and friends, I have explained that the minister relating the details of the Bible is my pastor, Dr. Clarence Sexton. President Trump at St. Johns On June 1, 2020, President Trump visited St. John's Episcopal Church in Washington, which had been damaged by the fire of protestors the previous night. Prior to visiting...Read more... Read more... -->
Listen May 25, 2020 Beginning of Marxist Black Lives Matter summer of rage Following the death of George Floyd Jr. on May 25, 2020, protests and riots erupted throughout America. Following the acquittal of George Zimmerman for the shooting death of black teenager, Trayvon Martin seventeen months earlier, Alicia Garza, Patrisse Cullors, and Opal Tometi began to use the hashtag #BlackLivesMatter on social media. In 2014, the Black Lives Matter movement became nationally recognized following the deaths of two black men, Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri and Eric Garner in New York City....Read more... Read more... -->