Some adventures take us far from home. Some adventures lead us to our destiny. CS Lewis Near World’s End My wife Lois often jokes that life with me is an adventure. “A good one, I hope,” I often joke back. The truth is, I don’t like stagnancy. Perhaps it’s got something to do with being […]
My family’s story begins with a nameless woman, a slave.
Remembering that the cross is designed to mold our character allows us to embrace it, despite the pain that the cross itself brings.
This post isn’t meant to be a political statement in any way; just an educational post about a little-known historical moment
JP Robinson interviews Air Force historian Dr. Daniel Haulman about the Tuskegee Airmen, the first Black pilots in the US armed forces.