Timothy Ballard

December 07, 2018 10:14 PM MST
In the following excerpt, Timothy Ballard, founder of Operation Underground Railroad, reflects on a heartwarming experience with "Mia" and "Marky"—two young children he formed a special bond with during a rescue in Haiti and whom he and his wife, Katherine, were finally able to adopt in 2018.
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July 21, 2016 09:00 AM MDT
We already know that George Washington was a moral man and an inspiring leader, but perhaps he knew more than we realized about his divine role in establishing the United States as a promised land where the Restoration could unfold. Evidence suggests that not only was Washington protected and guided by the Lord, but he was aware that God had a greater purpose for America.
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July 01, 2016 09:02 AM MDT
Miracles involving fish didn't just happen in Biblical times. In fact, one such miracle occurred during the Revolutionary War as well.
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May 19, 2016 09:21 AM MDT
PUBLISHER'S NOTE: The following excerpt from The Washington Hypothesis is a small piece of what the title describes, a hypothesis about George Washington and what he may have known about America as a land prepared by God. As stated in the Publisher's Note at the opening of the book, “A hypothesis is not a statement of fact, though it often reads like one. It is, rather, a jumping-off point, a tentative assumption made that provides a framework for examining and organizing facts.” This book includes both “demonstrable facts” and “bold conjecture” based on historical documents, published accounts, the author's own investigative research and, admittedly, some speculation. The author is not a historian. The following excerpt is speculative, both second-hand and anecdotal, told years later by an aging gentleman whose identity and credibility has been questioned. Whether you agree with the author's hypothesis or not, we hope that “readers will gain a new appreciation for the events that shaped America as a nation and for the greatness of its first president, George Washington.”
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May 02, 2014 04:27 AM MDT
The story of how I ended up working against child trafficking—an industry some have called abolitionism—is long and complex. The more interesting story, perhaps, is how I have been able to deal with such a difficult thing physically, emotionally, and even spiritually. First and foremost, I have turned to the Lord, and I have had the unwavering support of a wonderful family. But there is something else I have turned to: American history.
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