Thursday, January 31, 2013

Stress Management, Classical Music, and Mendelssohn

Dinner Topics for Friday Itzhak Perlman Mendelssohn Violin Concerto andante Violin Concerto by Mendelssohn Felix Mendelssohn From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia To the noble artist who, surrounded by the Baal-worship of false art, has been able, like a second Elijah,

Violin Concerto by Mendelssohn

Dinner Topics for Friday

Itzak Perlman: Violin Concerto in E Minor

Wednesday, January 30, 2013

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Emergency Information: Gun Control vs. Crime Prevention

Gun Control vs. Crime Prevention (Including Political Crimes against society) Sheriffs are urging people to get guns to protect themselves, because 911 response is too slow. Hypocrisy: Department of Homeland Security can Protect Themselves, but We the People Can’t? Obama … Continue reading →

Christian Traditions: Stand for Liberty, Don t Give Up

Dinner Topics for Wednesday Too many sacrifices, too great a God to give up on America by Tim Wildmon, AFA president In light of the November elections, many of our supporters have asked two questions: 1) What does the election … Continue reading →

Monday, January 28, 2013

Gun Control, Britain, and Crime Facts

Britain’s Crime Rate Nearly Four Times Higher than United States Gary DeMar Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America: In his December 19, 2012 interview, Pratt had said that “evil’s in our hearts. Not in the guns.” That’s probably the

Saturday, January 26, 2013

Winston Churchill, Ronald Reagan, and President Obama

Dinner Topics for Monday Churchill thought free men were morally obliged to believe it [in liberty], in order to go down fighting if necessary. But beyond that, he calculated what the advantages were. And there was a fundamental advantage that

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Stress Management, Classical Music, and Mozart

Dinner Topics for Friday Don’t miss this lovely, calming video of Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21 with images of Mozart’s countryside, lakes and mountains of St. Wolfgang, Austria. (All images are produced by and copyright of xyzkerry)

Classical Music and Mozart

Don’t miss this lovely, calming video of Mozart Piano Concerto No. 21 with images of Mozart’s countryside, lakes and mountains of St. Wolfgang, Austria. 

All images are produced by and copyright of xyzkerry 

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Pepsi and Fetal Cells: What is the Truth?

Confused about the Pepsi/fetal cell issue? Here are the facts by Jill Stanek April 3, 2012 I have received a few requests from pro-lifers like Vicki: Can you provide some clarity to the Pepsi/cells from aborted babies controversy.  I cannot

Debt Ceiling Video Satire


A satirical short film taking a look at the national debt and how it applies to just one family.

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Federal Debt: Satire Video

Dinner Topics for Wednesday: Teach your family about the national debt in a humorous way they can understand. Debt Limit—A Guide to American Federal Debt Made Easy Click here for a satirical short film taking a look at the national

Thursday, January 17, 2013

Benjamin Franklin: America’s Greatest Diplomat

Book review: The Real Benjamin Franklin By Andrew M. Allison and the National Center for Constitutional Studies Dinner Topics for Friday “Rebellion to tyrants is obedience to God.” ~Benjamin Franklin At sixteen, he was the youngest printer in America. He

Tuesday, January 15, 2013

Gun Control, 2nd Amendment, and the Founding Fathers

Dinner Topics for Wednesday There is a reason for our goal of restoring the culture of liberty through Judeo-Christian values. If we do not teach our children how and why the U.S. Constitution is our greatest safeguard of life, liberty,

Thursday, January 10, 2013

Quotes to Live By: Courage and Traditions

Dinner Topics for Friday: Quotes to Live By Parenting It is so obvious that the great good and the terrible evil in the world today are the sweet and the bitter fruits of the rearing of yesterday’s children. As we

Wednesday, January 9, 2013

American Culture: Moral Heroes to the Rescue

Dinner Topics for Thursday The morally heroic and the rescue of culture While neither Unwin nor Sorokin was religious, both argued from their research that a decaying society might be saved – but only if there remained within it a

Monday, January 7, 2013

Parenting Value: Loyalty

Dinner Topics for Tuesday
Loyalty & Dependability
By Richard and Linda Eyre
Loyalty to family, to employers, to country, church, schools, and other organizations and institutions to which commit- ments are made. Support, service, contribution. Reliability and consistency in doing what you say you will do.
Our two adolescent daughters learned and then put into practice a simple lesson on loyalty one week. They had planned a surprise farewell party in our home for one of their friends who was moving out of the area with her family. On the day of the party three of the girls who had accepted invitations called and, with very flimsy excuses, said they wouldn't be able to come. Our girls, who had decorated and planned for the party for some time, were first disappointed, then a little angry. "They just had something better come up," one daughter complained. "Now we won't have enough people to play some of the games." "It's inconsiderate," said the other daughter. "In fact, it's disloyal and undependable."
Later that week they got invited to a party -- one that they very much wanted to attend. But the party was on the night of the regular meeting and rehearsal of an organization they belonged to, which was preparing for a production. There was no question about where they would have rather gone -- but there also was no question about the loyal and dependable thing to do.

Review the activities and stories that go along with this months value. Make sure everyone in your family understands the value so they can see how they can apply it in their own lives and situations.
Talk about the Monthly Value every morning and remind your family to look for opportunities to use the value throughout the day. They may also observe how others don't understand the value. Get your children to share their experience with the value each day at the dinner table or before you go to bed. Be sure to share your experience each day as well. It will help your children know that you are thinking about the value too.

Friday, January 4, 2013

Christian Themes: Lord of the Rings

Dinner Topics for Friday Classic Tolkien fiction conveys Christian faith By Stacy Long On December 14, a long-awaited event comes to pass, as Americans fill theaters on the opening night of The Hobbit, the first installment of another movie trilogy

Thursday, January 3, 2013

Helping Hands: Service

Dinner Topics for Friday Be Anxiously Engaged in a Good Cause M. Russell Ballard Great things are brought about and burdens are lightened through the efforts of many hands “anxiously engaged in a good cause.” Each time I enjoy a

Wednesday, January 2, 2013

Lifestyle Resolutions

Dinner Topics for Thursday Of Regrets and Resolutions By Dieter�F. Uchtdorf The path toward fulfilling our divine destiny as sons and daughters of God is an eternal one. My dear friends, we must begin to walk that eternal path today;