Hosts of the Capitol Connection in Washington, D.C.

Dr. Beanes and the Young Lawyer

Today, many believers – hopeless, frustrated, and confused – have all but given up on America…but we have faced dark times before and, by divine providence, overcome. How did a doctor with a gun and a whole lot of mud lead to the writing of our National Anthem? Take a moment with us to look…

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The Day D.C. Burned and the Tornado that Saved It

Today, many believers – hopeless, frustrated, and confused – have all but given up on America…but we have faced dark times before and, by divine providence, overcome. What can we learn from the day Washington, D.C. burned, the defeat of Napoleon Bonaparte and a tornado? Take a moment with us to look back and find…

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John Leland – A Baptist Preacher with a Divine Appointment

We are excited to release this third episode of the “Hope from History” weekly podcast and pray that you will find it both inspirational and informational! Today, many believers – hopeless, frustrated, and confused – have all but given up on America…but we have faced dark times before and, by divine providence, overcome. How did…

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George Washington and the Spectacles that Stopped a Mutiny

We are excited to release this second episode of the “Hope from History” weekly podcast and pray that you will find it both inspirational and informational! Today, many believers – hopeless, frustrated, and confused – have all but given up on America…but we have faced dark times before and, by divine providence, overcome. How did…

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Caesar Rodney – the Man with a Scarf and a Vote for Independence

We are excited to release this first episode of the “Hope from History” weekly podcast and pray that you will find it both inspirational and informational! Buried beneath the rubble of time are stories of God’s sovereign hand moving in our great nation. Today, many believers – hopeless, frustrated, and confused – have all but…

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They Drank from the Same Canteen

Captain S. P. Horrall tells a pretty story of an incident during the battle of Perryville, Kentucky on October 8, 1862. Captain Horrall thus relates it: “The Forty-second regiment, by overpowering numbers, was compelled to surrender the ground that had been fought over, back and forth, three times, being held alternately by the Federals and…

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Let Our Flag Wave Over Them, Let Our Flowers Deck Their Graves

“The graves of our dead soldiers command the respect…of all. Particularly this year, when there are at Arlington a large number of new-made mounds; when or the hillsides of Cuba and Porto Rico, and about the swamps of the Philippines, other American soldiers are buried, we should think of and decorate the graves of our…

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