Why Is It Important to Vote?
What if you knew that people had died specifically so you could do something, something incredibly vital, something most people on this planet can only dream about doing. The people who died did so believing their deaths would not be in vain. But unless you do the thing they died for you to do, they actually did die in vain. Do you know what I’m talking about? I’m talking about exercising your right to vote. This freedom was not won for so only our parents and our grandparent
Supreme Court Upholds Rule of Law in Epic Systems Corp v. Lewis
“We are a nation of laws, not of men.” –John Adams When John Adams articulated this principle, he established a vital precedent for future leaders. Justice is not based on an individual’s whims or opinions, but on laws and the Constitution. And thankfully, the Supreme Court upheld this principle in a recent ruling on employment agreements. The Supreme Court handed down a 5-4 opinion in Epic Systems Corp v. Lewis which says that businesses can prohibit employees from going aga
National Day of Prayer
Click to watch the video above! Did you know we've always been a nation of prayer? Today prayer has largely been pushed out of public spaces and confined to one's personal lives but it wasn't always that way. As you will learn from the history Tim Barton shares, The WallBuilder's Collection alone has over 700 prayer proclamations from Governors, Presidents, and Congress! Prayer was once a crucial part of our public lives. Today thousands across the nation gathered to pray tog
This Has Gone Untold Far Too Long
Click the video above to watch! I recently visited the WallBuilders Collection and David shared an incredible story from early American History I had never heard before. It's a story that has gone untold for decades! A few takeaways from this story: 1. You are never to young or inexperienced to make a difference 2. A little creativity and innovation can go a long way 3. Every person can play an important role in history. By being bold to accept an important challenge as thes