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In the United States, Veterans’ Day is usually observed on November 11. If this date occurs on a Sunday, usually the following Monday is employed as the day of observance. If the eleventh should fall on a Saturday, it may be observed that day or the beginning of the following week.

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Welcome to Christian Heritage Fellowship. Our site exists for the purpose of supporting the spiritual and practical life and thought of Christians and their leaders in reclaiming, advocating, and celebrating America's Christian Heritage. Suggestions for Christian observances may be accessed through the gallery of images above or at our "Christian Living" page. To contact us or learn more about us, please click our "About Us" page.

In the column to the right, some of the subjects which are of greatest concern to us at Christian Heritage Fellowship are categorized under the "Article Listings" section. It should be noted that not all of our articles are classified here.

Below are listed seasonal articles of interest to believers who understand that living for Christ is a continual, not occasional, privilege. These articles are designed to elevate Christians' appreciation for their faith and deepen their love for the Lord Jesus Christ.

Not since the end of the American Revolution when so many pastors and lay church leaders had given their lives to birth America have Christians in this nation been under such withering and persistent attack. Christian Heritage Fellowship exists for the purpose of identifying and celebrating the glorious heritage of the Christian Church in America and around the world.

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In the United States, Veterans’ Day is usually observed on November 11. If this date occurs on a Sunday, usually the following Monday is employed as the day of observance. If the eleventh should fall on a Saturday, it may be observed that day or the beginning of the following week.

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Welcome to Christian Heritage Fellowship. Our site exists for the purpose of supporting the spiritual and practical life and thought of Christians and their leaders in reclaiming, advocating, and celebrating America’s Christian Heritage. Suggestions for Christian observances may be accessed through the gallery of images above or at our “Christian Living” page. To contact us or learn more about us, please click our “About Us” page.

In the column to the right, some of the subjects which are of greatest concern to us at Christian Heritage Fellowship are categorized under the “Article Listings” section. It should be noted that not all of our articles are classified here.

Below are listed seasonal articles of interest to believers who understand that living for Christ is a continual, not occasional, privilege. These articles are designed to elevate Christians’ appreciation for their faith and deepen their love for the Lord Jesus Christ.

Not since the end of the American Revolution when so many pastors and lay church leaders had given their lives to birth America have Christians in this nation been under such withering and persistent attack. Christian Heritage Fellowship exists for the purpose of identifying and celebrating the glorious heritage of the Christian Church in America and around the world.

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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.