Written by Joshua Horn on Thursday, December 13, 2012
Here are two videos from the Fredericksburg reenactment last weekend! Read my posts on the history of the battle on my other blog.
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|Union forming in the street|
|(L to R) James Longstreet, Robert E. Lee, Stonewall Jackson, JEB Stuart and Stuart's aide to camp|
|Confederates behind the stone wall|
|Crowd watching the battle|
Written by Joshua Horn on Thursday, November 29, 2012
Written by Joshua Horn on Tuesday, November 20, 2012
Although New Mexico is a little south of us in North Carolina it is much colder, being over 6000 feet high. One of the mornings we woke up to a light dusting of snow on the ground.
|Mr. Breagy teaching during the Sunday School hour|
|My father during the panel discussion Sunday afternoon|
Written by Joshua Horn on Saturday, November 17, 2012
Learn how today's economic problems go all the way back to the causes of the Civil War and Abraham Lincoln, who supported the economics of the Whig Party of high tariffs, corporate welfare and the national bank. Featuring Dr. Thomas DiLorenzo, economics professor and author of the Real Lincoln and other works.
Written by Joshua Horn on Tuesday, October 30, 2012
|My father speaking|
Photo from NCFIC.
Written by Joshua Horn on Thursday, October 18, 2012
We are about to release our video series Discerning History: Causes of the Civil War. In conjunction with that we are starting up something new - a series of weekly free video shorts posted on our youtube page. Last week's video was on Princeton University, its founding and how it has changed today. If you enjoyed it, subscribe to our channel on youtube.
Check back tomorrow for another video!
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Written by Joshua Horn on Tuesday, October 09, 2012
As many of you probably know, we were involved in a car accident last Wednesday. We were on a filming trip for Discerning History and our Ford Excursion flipped while we were in Annapolis, Maryland. Above is a picture of the wreck. All in the car, the five in our family plus Erik Woodard and Stephen Breagy) were taken via ambulance to the hospital except my father, who was taken by helicopter. The injuries turned out by God's grace, to be much less serious than they could have been. Rachel had only bruises, Stephen a cut on his elbow, Erik broke his pinky, and I had about 13 staples and 5 stitches. We were all released in a few hours. Stephen Breagy got staples in his head, and was kept overnight for a concussion. My parent's injuries were a bit more serious. My father had a broken collar bone and has a neck brace for his vertebrae. He was released Friday. My mother has a neck brace and a lot of deep cuts on her head and hand and was released Saturday. We are all home now, and Lord Willing all will recover quickly. Thanks to all those who prayed, and are prayer for us!
Written by Joshua Horn on Monday, September 24, 2012
Written by Joshua Horn on Tuesday, September 11, 2012
On our tour this year there was yet another treasure hunt. Here is a video of the final clue and prizes ceremony. Check back soon for pictures and reports from the tour!
Written by Joshua Horn on Monday, August 27, 2012
The last day before we flew out we spent most of the day hiking the Harding Ice Field Trail. We were unable to make it to the end of the trail, because there was too much snow, but we did make it a good portion of the way.
|A marmot where we stopped to eat lunch|
Written by Joshua Horn on Monday, August 20, 2012
My father will be giving a message at NCFIC's White Unto Harvest Conference this October. Above is a video about some of the common sins in the church related to the Great Commission. You can see many other videos related to this conference here.
Written by Joshua Horn on Wednesday, August 08, 2012
On our first day in Anchorage, Stephen, my father and I went ice climbing a few hours away at Matanuska Glacier while my mother and sister stayed in town with our family. Climbing was a lot of fun. I'll try to post a video of it soon. Here are some pictures:
|Hiking to the next location|
|Hole in the Ice|