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We believe the story of our God given rights is the great missing link to restore our nation again. The great story of Liberty reaches it's crescendo in America with the Mayflower Compact and the landing of the Pilgrim fathers almost 400 years ago. But the great story began in Nazareth when the author of liberty, Jesus gave His first sermon to his home synagogue. The story is detailed in Luke chapter 4. He opened the scroll to Isaiah 61 and read the Messianic prophecy of the purpose of the Messiahs coming. He detailed that he came to heal the broken hearted , the blind, and to preach the Gospel to the poor. But when He came to the subject of Liberty he said he came to set the captives free, and then He repeated it a second time saying he came to set those that were in bondage free. When He finished reading the passage Jesus sat down and told the men that this prophecy had been fullfiled in their midst. The liberation of the world began that day. Jesus read through His loving message of redemption, the power and principals that would bring the golden thread of liberty to the nations. From here we see the clear paper trail of liberty from the blood bought freedom documents that emulated from the Magna Carta, English Bill of rights, Mayflower compact, to our Declaration of Independence and Constitution. Political, economic and religious liberty have never been realized until the Pilgrim fathers applied the principals of the Bible fully to civil law. We can restore freedom and prosperity in our nation, only if we voluntary return to those "eternal principals of right", those laws given at Mount Sinai and hold our representatives accountable to limit their jurisdiction to the protection of our God given rights, not the limitation or interpretation of them.
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February 2012 Episodes:
  • Pub Date: Feb 29, 2012
  • The world's largest army...America's hunters. Second Amendment Rights
  • The world's largest army...America's hunters. Second Amendment Rights
  • Pub Date: Feb 26, 2012
  • American missionary and martyr Jim Elliot
  • American missionary and martyr Jim Elliot wrote in his journal: 'Christianity, disruptive in nature, has nonetheless integrating powers for the individual in the culture, though both he and it may expect revolution.'
    (source studlylight.org)

    Quick Bio
    Jim Elliot was born in Portland, Oregon to Fred and Clara Elliot, and became a Christian at a young age. He graduated from Wheaton College in 1949, with a degree in Greek. He arrived in Ecuador on February 21, 1952, with the purpose of evangelizing Ecuador's Quechua Indians.

    On October 8, 1953, he married fellow Wheaton alumnus and missionary Elisabeth Howard in Quito, Ecuador. Their only child, Valerie, was born February 27, 1955.

    There they were approached several times by small groups of Huaorani Indians, and even gave an airplane ride to one curious Huaorani who they called "George" (his real name was Naenkiwi).

    Encouraged by these friendly encounters, they began plans to visit the Huaorani, but their plans were preempted by the arrival of a larger group of Huaorani, who killed Elliot and his four companions on January 8, 1956. Elliot's mutilated body was found downstream, along with those of the other men, except that of Ed McCully.

    The five missionaries had guns with them in their camp, but they did not use them to fight the Indians. When the Auca men came toward them with their spears, they did not shoot back with their guns. They knew that if they would shoot the Indians, they could probably save their own lives.

    The Aucas always remembered those five strange white men who had been so kind to them and had not tried to kill them. And so a year later when more missionaries tried again to speak to the Aucas about Jesus, they were ready to listen.

    Several of the men who had helped to kill Jim and his friends with their spears now became Christians. One of them gave his testimony at a meeting. He counted on his fingers and said, “I have killed twelve people with my spear! But I did that when my heart was black. Now Jesus’ blood has washed my heart clean, so I don’t live like that anymore.” God’s love had changed his life!

    Featured Book: The Journals of Jim Elliot
    by Elisabeth Elliot
    Jim Elliot was part of a team of young missionaries murdered in Ecuador in 1956 by the Auca Indians to whom they were witnessing. At the age of 29, he left behind a young widow, a baby daughter, and volumes of personal journals written over many years.

    The Journals of Jim Elliot is a wonderful account of the life of a man who yearns to know God's plan for his life, details his fascinating missions work, and loves Elisabeth- first as a single man, then as a happily married one. The Journals of Jim Elliot will intrigue fans of Jim and Elisabeth Elliot, readers interested in missions, and young people struggling to find God's plan for their lives.

    Paperback: 480 pages
    Publisher: Revell (October 1, 2002)
    Language: English
    ISBN-10: 0800758250
    ISBN-13: 978-0800758257
  • Pub Date: Feb 24, 2012
  • Where were you when America lost its Liberty? Will you allow it to happen?- John Bona talks about Monumental at the Sebring Prayer Breakfast
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  • Where were you when America lost its Liberty? Will you allow it to happen?- John Bona talks about Monumental at the Sebring Prayer Breakfast
  • Pub Date: Feb 23, 2012
  • Presidents Day - George Washington's Birthday
  • Washington's Birthday is a United States federal holiday celebrated on the third Monday of February in honor of George Washington, the first President of the United States. It is also commonly known as Presidents Day. As Washington's Birthday or Presidents Day, it is also the official name of a concurrent state holiday celebrated on the same day in a number of states.Titled Washington's Birthday, a federal holiday honoring George Washington was originally implemented by an Act of Congress in 1879 for government offices in the District of Columbia (20 Stat. 277) and expanded in 1885 to include all federal offices (23 Stat. 516). As the first federal holiday to honor an American citizen, the holiday was celebrated on Washington's actual birthday, February 22. On January 1, 1971, the federal holiday was shifted to the third Monday in February by the Uniform Monday Holiday Act. This date places it between February 15 and 21, which makes the name "Washington's Birthday" in some sense a misnomer, since it always falls between Washington's Old Style birthday, Febrauary 11, and New Style February 22
  • Pub Date: Feb 19, 2012
  • Billy Sunday- White Sox Player turned Evangelist
  • Billy Sunday- White Sox Player turned Evangelist
  • Pub Date: Feb 14, 2012
  • The History of Valentine's Day
  • The History of Valentine's Day
  • Pub Date: Feb 12, 2012
  • Ronald Reagan - a man of principle
  • A short history of Ronald Reagan
  • Pub Date: Feb 12, 2012
  • Lincoln & Darwin - born same day, but very different effects on the value of life
  • Lincoln & Darwin - born same day, but very different effects on the value of life
  • Pub Date: Feb 11, 2012
  • Live at CPAC -Interview with Kirk Cameron - Monumental Movie
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  • John Bona interviews Kirk Cameron at CPAC.
  • Pub Date: Feb 09, 2012
  • Ann Graham Lotz - Having a relationship with Jesus
  • The 8th Annual Vero Beach Prayer breakfasts keynote speaker, Ann Graham Lotz. Also Mel Graham gives his testimony. This is a edited version for radio. The full audio and video will be available soon.
  • Pub Date: Feb 04, 2012
  • John Bona's Response to the State of the Union address
  • John Bona, Host of the radio show, The Story of Liberty, responds to President Obama's State of the Union Address.
    Video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fIBULelz8Ew
  • Pub Date: Feb 04, 2012
  • The Four Chaplains - Interfaith action at work
  • The Four Chaplains, also sometimes referred to as the "Immortal Chaplains," were four United States Army chaplains who gave their lives to save other civilian and military personnel during the sinking of the troop ship USAT Dorchester on February 3, 1943, during World War II. They helped other soldiers board lifeboats and gave up their own life jackets when the supply ran out. The chaplains joined arms, said prayers, and sang hymns as they went down with the ship. Video at: http://youtu.be/MOG_4Mo2acM