Founding Fathers

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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Lost Episode for August 26

Written by on August 27, 2014 in Founding Fathers with 0 Comments
Lost Episode for August 26

By Kenyn Cureton On August 26, 1783, General George Washington addressed Congress in session at Princeton, New Jersey, graciously accepting their accolades but humbly reminding them that the credit for the victory over Great Britain should go to many others, especially to God: “Notwithstanding Congress seems to estimate the value of my life beyond any […]

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Lost Episode for August 25

Written by on August 26, 2014 in Founding Fathers with 0 Comments
Lost Episode for August 25

By Kenyn Cureton On August 25, 1789, George Washington’s mother Mary died at 82 years of age. Prior to that, he had paid a visit to his mother, who was struggling with cancer, soon after he had received the notification of his unanimous election as President of the United States. Washington’s final farewell to his […]

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