I am so glad that our grandchildren are interested in their world, and learning to understand what we can learn from history.
The mansion carries itself with a consummate dignity, an elderly, venerable gravitas that speaks of both a past and a future.
Somewhere around 4:00 in the morning, well before the majority of people get up and start their day, an email from the church lands in my “In-box,” and it’s ready for our morning devotions over breakfast. Today I’d like to… Read More ›
Saturday Rebekah and I toured the Petersburg National Battlefield, just south of Richmond. It’s a tough stop to do justice to. Ten months of siege; more than 70 miles of earthworks; dozens of major engagements. The first action came on… Read More ›
There’s a stretch of highway in Vermont, just after you cross the bridge from New York that spans the southern point of Lake Champlain, where you can simultaneously view the Green Mountains, to the east, and the Adirondacks, to the… Read More ›