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01.17.2017 I heard: “Southern Poverty Law”

18 Jan

01.17.2017

Right before waking around 6 a.m. this morning I heard the name, “Southern Poverty Law”.  In past experiences when I’ve heard something spoken to me while asleep, I would wake immediately afterward.  But, not so this time.  In fact, I heard this name repeated about four times before waking up.  I could not recall ever hearing this name before.  I immediately got my laptop and Googled the name and there it was.  The first hit was the website for the non-profit organization, “Southern Poverty Law Center”.  I had to read from their site to know what SPLC was. (Continue reading…)

 

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Last Ounce of Courage

16 Sep

September 16, 2012

Don’t wait until this movie comes out on DVD to see it.  Take a stand of solidarity with the producers and others who are tired of our freedoms being taken away from us in the name of separation of church and state by going to the theater nearest you that is airing this wonderfully inspiring piece of work.  I personally want to watch it again and again.

Last Ounce of Courage is relevant to most anyone in America who is a Christian, or a conservative, or a patriot, or those who have a loved one or has lost a loved one in the theater of war.  It is a wake-up call for all.  Most Americans are guilty of sitting by and watching our freedoms being taken from us without lifting our voice or raising a finger to stop it.  We have allowed the few to dictate what is right and what is wrong, and to rule.  It is not too late to wake up, to wise up, and to stand up for what we believe in no matter the cost.  This movie will inspire you to do just that.

 

The professional “critics” as well as left wing liberals have bashed this movie for its message and its excellent cast for their performances.   But, if you’re like me, I’ve found that the movies that the “critics” criticize are the best movies out there.   Last Ounce of Courage is not filled with fluff (unrealistic special effects), but is packed with emotion (you might want to bring plenty of tissue).  It reminded me of some of the great “Hallmark Hall of Fame” classics that could truly touch your soul.  It deals with multiple issues; family, faith, conviction, and patriotism.   It is realism and is relevant to today’s world–to YOUR world.  It will challenge you to your core.