The Panama Canal Zone was acquired by the United States in 1904, and officially opened ten years later in 1914. SCH Contributor William Federer explores the history of the Panama Canal, which stands as a reminder that cooperation and peace are at the heart of the human spirit.
Throughout all of his endeavors, George Washington never ceased to acknowledge God. William Federer explores Washington's faith and belief that religion and morality are pillars of human happiness.
John Quincy Adams, also known as "Ole Man Eloquent" cherished the Bible and all its teachings. SCH Contributor William Federer explores Adams's Christianity and his belief that the Bible is the ultimate companion on one's walk with Christ.
A Revolutionary War colonel, William Prescott commanded the rebel forces at the Battle of Bunker Hill in 1775. William Federer explores Prescott's compassion toward those in need and his belief that in Christ, we are free.
Adoniram Judson and his wife translated scriptures, preached in Burmese, and began schools for children during the start of the 19th century. William Federer explores Judson's legacy as a man who reminds us of the sufficiency of Christ's sacrifice.
Although John Bunyan was a poor, unskilled tinker by trade, he did write the most famous Christian allegory, The Pilgrim's Progress. William Federer explores the legacy of Bunyan, a man who inspires Christians every day in their walk with Christ.