Memorial Day this year will be a welcome return to tradition. After last year’s cancellations due to COVID-19, this year will see a return to our time-honored civic tradition of a public commemoration at Prescott’s Citizens Cemetery. Just as important, families and friends will be able to gather again without social distancing for informal get-togethers,
May 30, 2021
David McNabb interviews Dr. Thomas Kindell, the founder and president of Reasons for Faith Ministries, Inc., a non-profit ministry. He is the only credentialed Assemblies minister devoted to full-time teaching of Creation Science apologetics.
If you ever happen to visit Springfield National Cemetery in southwest Missouri, you will notice something highly unusual inscribed on one stone. It says: “Orion P. Howe, Medal of Honor.” A Medal of Honor recipient in an obscure Ozarks cemetery? It is the resting place of the Drummer Boy Hero. Drummer boys were iconic figures
With a President who is, at best, only half there, with a Congress that has a slim majority tilting hard to the left, and a media that lies and obfuscates about conservatives and their policies, we are speeding down the road to socialism. That road does not have to end in socialism. There are already
Arizona residents should feel comfortable celebrating Memorial Day this year, but health experts said they still need to be careful to keep from repeating last year’s mistakes, when unguarded partying led to a “lethal July.” Restrictions on businesses and individuals were relaxed in the weeks before Memorial Day 2020, and state recommendations that people maintain social distancing
Steve Irwin interviews Cathy Alvis, Publisher of Homes & Land of Prescott, AZ and Surrounding Areas Magazine; and Daniel Martinez of Farmers Insurance.