Finding True Freedom

From The White House to the World
My life has taught me that my faith comes first and defines my life. My faith affects my family and my devotion to my family defines my character. My life has been a quest for spiritual freedom. I value my earthly freedom as my gift from God which enables me to do His will. My spiritual freedom in Christ can never be taken away. I’m heaven bound realizing that only what’s done for Christ will matter forever.

Click here to view some of the endorsements for Finding True Freedom: From The White House to the World from:
Sen. Jim DeMintGov. Mike Huckabee
Chuck ColsonDr. Avery Willis
Robertson McQuilkin     Dr. Josef Tson
Cong. J.C. WattsRoger Milliken

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Willie and Korie Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” play themselves in “God’s Not Dead.” Picture courtesy of Pure Flix.

God’s Not Dead: Interview with David A.R. White

Pure Flix Entertainment is renewing interest in God by asking its viewers to consider one of the most important questions of our day, “Does God exist?” through the release of GOD’S NOT DEAD, March 21, 2014 in over 600 theaters nationwide. The film features a star-studded cast, an appearance by Duck Dynasty’s Willie and Korie Robertson, and special performance by the Newsboys and their hit song “God’s Not Dead.”


Willie and Korie Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” play themselves in “God’s Not Dead.” Picture courtesy of Pure Flix.

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National Marriage Week: Antidote to Poverty and Nation Builder


God created the family as the first and most important institution for mankind. Strong nations are built from strong family units, but as families weaken, so does a nation. The state of our nation is weak, and the family is in decline. Will the traditional family soon become extinct? National Marriage Week (February. 7 – 14th) hopes to strengthen marriages and reverse this decline before it’s too late.


The Death of Marriage and Resulting Poverty

When President Lyndon Johnson waged his war on poverty in 1964, 93% of children born in the US were born to married parents. As of 2010, that number has now plummeted to 59%, and the percentages of out-of-wedlock childbearing has increased from 6% to 41%.[1] According to Heritage Foundation’s Robert Rector:

As husbands disappear from the home,
poverty and welfare dependence will increase.

Today, divorce and cohabiting households (some with children) are the two greatest threats to the institution of marriage. Many are now considering cohabitation as an alternative to marriage and this growing trend is the only reason divorce rates (once over 50% and now 40 – 45%) are not higher. Unfortunately, research indicates cohabiting couples have an even higher. Unfortunately, research indicates cohabiting couples have an even higher chance of divorce.[2]Neither situation provides stability for children and are not what God intended for mankind.

Marriage is a covenant based on total trust which is never to be broken. It’s no secret the best thing you can do for a child is to give them a good marriage. And being raised in a married family reduces a child’s probability of living in poverty by 82% and minimizes many high risk behaviors.[3] Click here to read more

The Kendrick Brothers – Love Dare Series for Couples and Parents


Stephen-Kendricks-Camera-SCH-MAG-2r-After the phenomenal success of The Love Dare (nearly 6 million in sales), Stephen and Alex Kendrick have released two new books which will strengthen parents in bonding with their children and challenge marriage partners to unconditional love.
As Pastors, Stephen and Alex have gained national attention as filmmakers of movies such as Courageous and Fireproof which have each netted 33 – 35 million at the box office.

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Talents Merge for a Purpose in “Season of Miracles”


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You may be wondering what would bring record/movie producer Dave Moody,  screenwriter Rusty Whitener, and well known actor John Schneider together for a common purpose. It’s the love of baseball and the chance to change people’s hearts about a disability that is dear to their hearts—Autism. The film is called Season of Miracles.


It all started in the heart of Rusty Whitener, a pastor who recently began writing and acting. His first novel, A Season of Miracles, which is a story about an autistic boy who steals the hearts of a baseball team, earned two Christy Award Nominations. His screenplay adaptation of this novel called Touched won the L.A. Movieguide Award’s Kairos Prize (Second Place) and First Place at the Gideon Media Arts Conference.


Whitener showed the script to Dave Moody at a luncheon Torry Martin arranged for several Nashville film professionals. Moody got back to Whitener the next day, expressing real interest in possibly producing the movie. Click here to read more

Elisabeth Elliot: A Life of Living God’s Sweet Aroma



Elisabeth Elliot is an inspirational author and speaker whose books, courageous faith and words of wisdom have influenced generations around the world. She is respected as a missionary who inspired many to serve God with reckless abandon.
Elisabeth was born to missionary parents in Brussels, Belgium.

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