Jennifer McBride | November 22, 2014
From Bambi Moore at In the Nursery of the Nation: The inscription on the Monument to the Pilgrim Mothers in Plymouth, Massachusetts reads: “They brought up their families in sturdy virtue and a living faith in God without which nations perish.” Years later, America’s foe, British general Lord Cornwallis said: “We may destroy all the […]
Jennifer McBride | June 23, 2014
An inspiring, historical tidbit from Strangers and Pilgrims on Earth: What is special about this woman, is that she knew the truth about reform. It starts in the family. She raised her 17 children with the Bible as their foundation. She instilled the conviction that man should should have “freedom of religion” (does this concept […]
Jennifer McBride | February 6, 2011
Such a powerful reminder of something so easily forgotten.
Jennifer McBride | August 24, 2010
From Anna Sofia and Elizabeth Botkin : We think it is important for us to study the great women of the past — to be inspired by their examples, to learn from their mistakes, to study how God uses people for His glory….Though they were both greater women than we, Anne Boleyn and Jeanne D’Albret were flawed […]