Kenyn Cureton

Lost Episode for September 1

Written by on September 2, 2014 in Founding Fathers with 0 Comments
Lost Episode for September 1

By Kenyn Cureton During the War of 1812, the British invaded Washington, DC, burned the Capitol, and forcing President James and Dolly Madison to flee the White House. On September 1, 1814, a somber but resolute Madison declared: “Whereas the enemy by a sudden incursion have succeeded in invading the capitol of the nation…during their […]

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Lost Episode for August 30

Written by on August 30, 2014 in Founding Fathers with 0 Comments
Lost Episode for August 30

By Kenyn Cureton On August 30, 1776, the American cause was hanging by a thread. During the final days of August in 1776, Gen. George Washington and his army had been soundly defeated and found themselves hopelessly surrounded by Gen. William Howe and his superior British forces on Brooklyn Heights in New York. With their […]

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Lost Episode for August 30

Written by on August 29, 2014 in Founding Fathers with 0 Comments
Lost Episode for August 30

By Kenyn Cureton Rev. Charles G. Finney was born on August 29, 1792. As an apprentice to become an attorney, Finney read so many Scriptural references in Blackstone’s Law Commentaries that he bought a Bible, began to study it, and eventually came to faith in Christ. Finney became a prominent leader in the Second Great […]

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Lost Episode for August 27

Written by on August 28, 2014 in Founding Fathers with 0 Comments
Lost Episode for August 27

By Kenyn Cureton Bishop James Madison was born on August 27, 1749 and was a cousin to the U. S. President of the same name. Bishop Madison was President of the College of William and Mary, served as chaplain of the Virginia House of Delegates and organized his students into a militia company over which […]

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