In 1902, Theodore Roosevelt appointed Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., to the U.S. Supreme Court. SCH Contributor William Federer explores Holmes's legacy, a man who reminds us that there is only one God.
The Confederate iron-plated ship Merrimac destroyed two Union boats during the Civil War. SCH contributor William Federer explores the history of this ship, which reminds us that with God on our side, anything is possible.
After hearing of the Boston Port Act in 1774, Thomas Jefferson drafted a Day of Fasting & Prayer resolution. SCH contributor William Federer explores the history of this resolution, which reminds us of the importance of a dedicated spirit.
Henry Knox was a military officer in the Continental Army, and later became the first United States Secretary of War. SCH contributor William Federer explores the legacy of Knox, a man who's successes remind us today of the power of Jesus Christ.
On the 4th anniversary of the Boston Massacre, John Hancock stated. "Let us play the man for our God, and for the cities of our God." SCH contributor William Federer explores the legacy of this event, which reminds us that God's plan is greater than any other.
Many presidential inaugural addresses have included references to Christ. SCH contributor William Federer explores past addresses, which remind us that God is our greatest ally.