Written by: Steven Grant, Executive Director One of the things I love most about the city of Philadelphia is how many original historic sites a person can visit. Independence Hall for one, which stands as the iconic symbol of America’s founding. Perhaps less widely known but also essential to America’s story is Carpenter’s Hall, only […]
Two of our biggest national holidays are July 4th and December 25th. The first is the birthday celebration of the United States of America and the second is the birthday celebration of Jesus Christ. Do they have anything more in common than that they both give federal employees a paid day off from work? One […]
In this season of Thanksgiving there is much to be recalled as blessings with a grateful, humble heart and express our thankfulness to God and to each other; it is time to be grateful for Providential supply, abundance, the atonement with the sure record of the Resurrection, and for family support.
Written by: John Kenyon Today, on 11 November our nation will observe Veterans Day to honor those who served this nation. As a veteran, who served over 30 years, I am often thanked because of that service. I can say it is appreciated, particularly when we realize this has not always been the case, as […]