War and Reformation Tour


Back in June, we led a two week history of Europe. We traveled through Germany, Austria, Switzerland, France, Luxembourg and Belgium, visiting sights related to the Protestant Reformation, and military history. Above is a video we put together of some of the highlights. Here are a few pictures:


Above the clouds in the Alps, near Hitler's Eagle's Nest
Group in front of the Reformation Wall
Geneva

Reconstructed WWI Trenches
Anti tank defenses near the France-Belgium border
The group in front of our house for the second week


You can see our entire album here. We've posted the audio from some of the talks on Discerning History.

Camping in the Linville Gorge

Earlier this year, I went camping for a night in the Linville Gorge in the mountains of North Carolina. Here's a few pictures.

Nighttime 
Rappelling

The Chimneys

Battle of Waterloo 200th Reenactment

Memorial Day Picnic 2015

Come to our church's annual Memorial Day Picnic! Join us to honor the veterans and be a blessing to the community. You can get the details on this website.







Nigeria 2015


We're flying back from Nigeria today after being there for the past week. Here's a picture from driving through the countryside

Snow 2015


Where’s our Roy Moore?

My letter to the editor, printed in The Herald-Sun February 17, 2015

Down in Alabama, Chief Justice Roy Moore has been resisting the rulings of federal courts which overturned the provisions in their state constitution forbidding the license of same-sex marriages.

North Carolina is in a similar situation. In 2012 more than 60 percent of the voters approved Amendment 1, but back in October it took only one federal judge to overturn it.

Federal courts point to the 14th Amendment as justification for their decisions, but anyone who reads it can see that it can not be justly construed to either require the recognition of same-sex marriages, or to give the federal courts any jurisdiction over state laws in these matters.

Ultimately the responsibility in North Carolina lies with the county registers of deeds who are elected on a local level. It is their jurisdiction to decide whether or not to issue marriage licenses. Citizens must hold them to account, and urge them to stand up for marriage as ordained by God, to resist judicial tyranny, enforce state law, and defend states’ rights as guaranteed by the United States Constitution.

Where is North Carolina’s Roy Moore to lead this charge?