The nineteenth century witnessed enormous social concern on the part of Christians throughout America. Volunteer movements of every type arose to apply the ointment of the Gospel to the wounds of the human condition. Alcohol and opiate use were rampant, and from this social ill arose the prohibition movement. In addition, rescue missions and other forms of shelters emerged as immediate solutions to the destitute. In a like manner, Christians of this era sought to provide practical solutions to the numerous social and spiritual needs of a hurting world.In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?The ministry of Rev. Robert Bateman is but one example of this concern. Rev. Bateman was one of eight ministers who remained on the Titanic as it sank and was the inspiration for Titanic’s orchestra playing the hymn, “Nearer My God to Thee”. Returning home to Jacksonville, Florida, Rev. Bateman anticipated the resumption of his ministry at Jacksonville Central City Mission, which he had founded in 1904. One biographer recounted that in one month, Bateman’s mission served 1,284 meals to hungry people, took in 836 homeless men for the night, found jobs for 182 men, sent food baskets to 12 families, helped "five wayward girls" escape the brothels, found homes for four orphan boys, and took care of three babies which desperate mothers had abandoned on the steps of the mission. Such was the deep evangelical concern of this era.In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In this time-honored novel, Charles Sheldon unfolds his ideas of Christian social action with the formative question, “What would Jesus do?” In His Steps vividly details various individuals’ responses to this all-important question. Like Robert Bateman, Sheldon believed that personal faith for the Christian must bear public fruit. Few literary works have so deeply impressed themselves upon the minds and hearts of Christians around the world as has In His Steps. For this reason, it is once again sent to press with an introduction by Stephen A. Flick.NOTE: Sold individually.Distributed through Amazon and made available when desired by hosts at Christian Heritage events.Please email us concerning bulk prices. In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?In His Steps—What Would Jesus Do?Christian Heritage Fellowship FacebookChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLink

The nineteenth century witnessed enormous social concern on the part of Christians throughout America. Volunteer movements of every type arose to apply the ointment of the Gospel to the wounds of the

Early in the twentieth century, secularist, atheists, and others despising America's Christian Founding Fathers began to disparage the character of those who birthed America as an independent nation. This attack upon the Christian origin of America only intensified throughout the twentieth century, editing the Christian influence out of school textbooks. For this reason, it is incumbent upon American patriots to set the facts straight. Christian Quotes from the Founding Fathers is a brief summary of some of the most important Founding Fathers concerning their Christian convictions and public life. Businesses, churches, organizations, and individuals may help correct the deception of the Left with primary quotations. Get your brochures today and help share the truth concerning America's Christian heritage.NOTE: Sold in bundles of 50 brochuresPostage will automatically be added to sale price.Please email us concerning bulk prices.To download a proof of this brochure, please click the following link: Christian Quotes of the Founding Fathers—PROOF.

Early in the twentieth century, secularist, atheists, and others despising America's Christian Founding Fathers began to disparage the character of those who birthed America as an independent nation.

On June 12, 1775, the Continental Congress issued one of its first fast day proclamations when John Hancock of Massachusetts was president of Congress. Hancock, one of the wealthiest Americans of his day, was the son and grandson of Christian ministers and was personally a deeply committed Christian. But this proclamation issued by the Continental Congress over the next decade was only one of the proclamations asking states to fast, pray, and give thanks to God. Congress Asked America to Fast Sixteen such proclamations were issued by Congress from 1775 to 1784, asking states to observe these Christian practices that God's favor might be secured in America's bid for freedom. The sixteen proclamations discussed in our book are a small portion of the thousands of pieces of evidence that demonstrate America's Christian heritage. Get your copy today!Congress Asked America to FastCongress Asked America to FastCongress Asked America to FastCongress Asked America to FastCongress Asked America to FastCongress Asked America to FastCongress Asked America to FastChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookChristian Heritage Fellowship Facebook

On June 12, 1775, the Continental Congress issued one of its first fast day proclamations when John Hancock of Massachusetts was president of Congress. Hancock, one of the wealthiest Americans of his

From the end of the nineteenth century to the opening of the twenty-first century, America’s true Christian heritage has been under attack. Tragically, some Christians have mistakenly joined the effort to attack America’s Christian origin by attacking the spirituality of the Founding Fathers.American Revolution ComparedFor decades, secularists and the irreligious have erroneously insisted that the Founding Fathers were anti-Christian Deists, but nothing can be further from reality. The overwhelming majority of America’s Founding Fathers were orthodox Christians who were members of various denominations. American Revolution ComparedSecularists have attempted to discredit Christian influence in the rise of America by suggesting the Founding Fathers turned to anti-Christian sources when preparing the foundational documents of America. Among the sources alleged to have influenced the formation of America were Enlightenment authors and their writings. But, no place was more thoroughly imbued with the irreligious influences of the Enlightenment than France. While the author of this work, Friedrich Gentz, does not enter into the Christian influence on the rise of America, he does demonstrate the vast differences between the American and French Revolutions. To ensure succeeding generations of Americans understood the differences between the two Revolutions, John Quincy Adams—one of America’s most scholarly presidents and deeply dedicated Christians—translated this work from German into English. Sharing President Adam’s concern, it is once again sent to press with an introduction by Stephen A. Flick. Get your copy today...NOTE: Sold individually.Distributed through Amazon and made available when desired by hosts at Christian Heritage events.Please email us concerning bulk prices. American Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedAmerican Revolution ComparedChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookChristian Heritage Fellowship FacebookInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLinkInternalLink

From the end of the nineteenth century to the opening of the twenty-first century, America’s true Christian heritage has been under attack. Tragically, some Christians have mistakenly joined the effo

Early in the twentieth century, attacks against America’s Christian origin began in earnest. Throughout world history, when one nation conquered another, the history, heroes, and heroines of the conquered nation were quickly removed and replaced with their counterparts from the conquering nation. In this way, the conquered people were compelled to forget their heritage. Christian Origin of Mother's Day Ann Maria Reeves JarvisThe attack upon America's Christian origin has not been mounted by a conquering nation, but largely organized from within by individuals and groups that despise the Christian faith. In the 1920s, W. E. Woodward began an attack upon the moral character of George Washington that continues into the twenty-first century. In fact, the character of America's Founding Fathers has generally been under assault for decades. By attacking the Christian character of the Founding Fathers, secularists and the irreligious hope to undermine any confidence in the Christian faith to exercise a positive influence upon society. Christian Origin of Mother's Day One of the ways secularists and the irreligious further undermine America's Christian origin is by denying Christians their role of influence in important social contributions. By consulting secular sources, one seldom learns of the Christian influence upon important events, observances, and other significant cultural components. This is also very true regarding holidays and other well-known observances. Given the aggressive attempts to deny Christians their rightful place in the annals of American and global history, no one should be surprised at the efforts to confuse and disparage the Christian origin of Mother's Day in America. While this booklet makes no attempt to be exhaustive in its discussion of the origin of Mother's Day, it does provide a thumbnail sketch of the important individuals and events that led to the rise of this important holiday within the United States. Within its pages is the evidence necessary to lay claim to the Christian origin of Mother's Day in America and celebrate America's Christian heritage with deep gratitude.Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Nullam lacus augue, faucibus vel laoreet id, commodo sit amet ipsum. Vestibulum ut eros mi. Nullam consequat luctus orci, vel consequat orci auctor eu. Nunc libero elit, bibendum ut bibendum ut, bibendum in tellus. Aenean turpis est, tristique eleifend consectetur non, ornare viverra eros. Suspendisse viverra aliquam metus, posuere posuere sem egestas a. Ut eleifend massa a sapien bibendum rutrum. Nunc nisi est, euismod ac vestibulum id, ultrices in lectus. Phasellus sem felis, aliquet sit amet dignissim non, elementum sed mi. Proin cursus nibh id lacus ornare imperdiet nec in massa. Proin blandit ipsum a lacus luctus vitae malesuada diam mattis. Nullam at nisi augue. Curabitur at eros sit amet tortor sodales ullamcorper malesuada vel nibh. Pellentesque habitant morbi tristique senectus et netus et malesuada fames ac turpis egestas. Praesent in lacus eget velit mattis rutrum. Sed sed leo a leo ultrices porta eget vitae purus. Nam facilisis neque sed massa vulputate quis condimentum risus luctus. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit. Aliquam eleifend, sapien quis condimentum dictum, arcu odio rutrum urna, ultricies scelerisque elit leo ac magna.Christian Origin of Mother's DayChristian Origin of Mother's DayChristian Origin of Mother's DayChristian Origin of Mother's DayChristian Origin of Mother's Day

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