A Self-Made Woman: Eliza Lucas Pinckney

This woman was a feminist long before women could vote!

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The Pony Express

Though short lived, nothing defines the Old West more than the Pony Express.

Caroline Herschel

MARCH / APRIL 2017: BY LILA DONOVAN For since the creation of the world God’s invisible qualities—his eternal power and divine nature—have been clearly seen, being understood from what has been made, so that people are without excuse. -Romans 1:20 Caroline Herschel was one of the first female astronomers and actually recognized in her era... Continue Reading →

Commoners and Kings

MAY / JUNE 2016: BY LILA DONOVAN Prince William and Kate Middleton’s romance captivated the world because they seem to exude a genuine love for each other. How did a commoner win the heart of a prince? Catherine Elizabeth Middleton arrived January 9, 1982. Her father, Michael, was a flight dispatcher. Mother, Carole, worked as... Continue Reading →

Grace of a Martyr

MARCH / APRIL 2016: BY LILA DONOVAN  What does it mean to be a Christian besides getting saved? Jesus warned people to “count the cost” (Luke 14:33) of following him. What did he really mean? Many of us live in first world countries, with first world problems. When we speak of martyrs, it is usually... Continue Reading →

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