Nov
21
2014

Ed and Nan Jordan dedicated 30 years of their lives to missionary ministry in Japan. But it certainly was not Ed’s idea of a desired career choice. Ed had been an air traffic controller in the Army, and his goal was to make that his profession when he returned to civilian life. Becoming a foreign […]

Oct
8
2014

An elderly man was laying on his deathbed at home. He called his wife to his side to give final instructions for when he passed. “Martha,” he said (I don’t know why ‘Martha’ always takes the wife’s role in these things.) “Before I die, go to the shed and get that large jug with the […]

Sep
23
2014

Church music has always been a major part of Sam Prestidge’s life. Growing up in a Christian home, his dad led the music in their small church in central Texas. He was a self-made musician that worked off of shaped notes. So Sam’s love for music started early in life and this would blossom into […]

Sep
18
2014

Sam Prestidge was fourteen years old when he realized that the call of God was on his life. He wasn’t sure what he was supposed to do, but he knew that The Lord’s plan for his future was to be special. His mom and dad had been praying for an answer about whether or not […]

Jul
1
2014

Commander Howard “Howie” Rutledge flew 75 combat missions in the Viet Nam War. But on November 28, 1965 he flew his final one. His F8E Crusader was shot down near the town of Thanh Hoa, Viet Nam. In the struggle to capture him, Commander Rutledge overcame and killed one of the Vietnamese soldiers. For the […]