Who Among Us Will Stand?

By Heather Walton NEVER FORGET WHAT YOU SAW HERE The Holocaust Museum stands as a testament that never again should we allow tyranny to intimidate us into submission to a … Read More

The Rise of Socialism and the Case for Civil Disobedience

By Heather Walton I have heard Christians say that we should stay completely out of “politics.” As I’ve prayerfully considered this stance, I’ve found it lacking. Instead, my dual citizenship … Read More

Masquerade: Facing Constitutional Facts

By Heather Walton I recently had the opportunity to testify during a public hearing regarding Kentucky’s mask mandate (902 KAR 2:210E). There were many amazing people on the zoom call, … Read More

Militias, Marxism, and Mayhem: What’s really going on in Louisville?

As a Louisvillian, I’d like to share my perspective on the fact that the NFAC is coming tomorrow. I’ve been doing a ton of research on what’s going on in … Read More

Does the NFAC really want justice for Breonna Taylor?

There are so many things going on in the world right now that it’s easy to get lost in it all, not knowing what to think, how to address the … Read More

Awakened from Slumber: Thoughts from a Privileged American

By Heather Walton I grew up in a home that was as colorblind as realistically can be. I didn’t have much interaction with people of different backgrounds; however, I knew … Read More

A Conflict of Liberty?

“Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., Letter from Birmingham Jail There is a divide in the church today. Unfortunately, this statement could likely … Read More

It’s all about control

By Heather Walton We need to protect the most vulnerable. We must protect our Constitutional rights. Where is my unemployment? I will not wear a mask! It’s my body, and … Read More

Conspiracy … or Prophecy?

By Heather Walton I’m not afraid to admit that I sound like a conspiracy theorist. Isn’t a conspiracy simply a secret plan by a group of people to do something … Read More

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