Nov
5
2016

  Steve Porter spent twenty-one years and seven months in the United States Army and he thoroughly enjoyed his military career. He says, “Yes, I enjoyed it. I met a lot of very good people. But I was just a paper and pencil pusher.” Well, I must say that the United States Army could not […]

Oct
10
2016

Our friend Jack Ogilvie’s event filled-life plays out like a weekly television action series. He has been in and out of scrapes and danger literally hundreds of times. But he is confident that God is responsible, in each incident, to protect and deliver him. Many of these have been caused by his own foolishness in […]

Sep
29
2016

Jack Ogilvie’s experiences as a fighter pilot in World War II are truly fascinating and enjoyable to listen to. At 93 years, Jack’s mind is sharp and his memory vivid as he shares his stories of a life characterized by uncanny miracles amidst the dangers of combat. There were many of them and each time […]

Aug
13
2016

After the United States entered World War II, P-39 fighters were purchased from England to be used in the North African theater. These planes, built by Bell Aircraft, had been rejected by the RAF as not combat ready. Twelve pilots were selected to fly twelve of the unarmed fighters 600 miles, without navigation equipment, even […]

Jul
28
2016

Before World War II, the most famous airplane by far was the “Spirit of St. Louis,” flown by Charles Lindbergh in 1927 to cross the Atlantic nonstop for the first time. Of course, the Smithsonian Institute proudly displays this famous airplane. But, put that on hold for a bit and let me take you first […]