Please accept my invitation to join my grandsons, Triumph and Knox (pictured above), for our annual Old-Fashioned Memorial Day Picnic.
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I got to spend some time today with the Price brothers before memorial day on Monday.
These dear and heroic veterans need encouragement. They are largely unappreciated. They have been forgotten by many. Their stories are being lost. Each one has spent their lives dealing with the implications of their experiences in the Second World War, and yet today many are spending their final years alone and lonely. This is one reason we are asking you join us by working to make this Memorial Day meaningful for the generations — for the present generation and for some of our surviving World War II fathers.
Yesterday, I was on the radio at AM 1030 with Steve Noble talking about Memorial Day. Listen to it on this blog. Come join Steve Noble, myself, and hundreds of other people at an old-fashioned Memorial Day Picnic as we seek to rebuild a culture of honor, praise God for His mercy to us, and proclaim the gospel.
Have you ever had to deal with someone who hates you? At the end of this post, I’ll list three thoughts about how to think and act in this circumstance.
Back in the era of Lincoln, General Robert E. Lee had to deal with this. Erwin Lutzer writes about this:…