A baseball star, Billy Sunday preached his first sermon as a Christian evangelist in Chicago in 1889. William Federer explores Sunday's legacy as a man who reminds us that Christianity is not just going to Church, but glorifying Christ in all we do.
After Thomas Jefferson became president, he sent U.S. Marines to put an end to Morocco's Barbary pirates. William Federer explores America's efforts to end the injustice of the pirate's and bring back peace.
Saint Valentine was not just a bishop in Italy, but the originator of Valentine's Day, one of the world's most cherished holidays. William Federer explores Saint Valentine's legacy as a man who stood up for love and traditional marriage.
Alexander Solzhenitsyn was a prominent Russian novelist and opposer of Soviet totalitarianism. William Federer explores Solzhenitsyn's legacy as a man who reminds us that in order for our nation to prosper, we must think of Christ in everything we say and do.
For over a century, there have been debates on creationism and evolution, faith and science. William Federer explores past U.S. presidents and their strong belief that we are all created equal and in the image of God.
On February 11th, 1861, one of America's most prevailing presidents, Abraham Lincoln, left Springfield, Illinois for Washington D.C. William Federer explores Lincoln's farewell address, in which he reminds us that God will never leave us, nor forsake us.