Monday, May 23, 2011

Missionary Charl Van Wyk speaking in Tulsa, OK @ Hardesty Regional Library

Charl is a full-time missionary of Frontline Fellowship, the Director of our Africa Christian Action ministry, the presenter of our weekly radio program "Salt and Light", and the author of: "Shooting Back - The Right and Duty of Self- Defence".

Charl is known as the man who returned fire at the terrorists during the St. James Massacre. He received a citation from General Acker of the South African Police, for his courage under fire, which halted the terrorist attack on the St. James Church, on 25 July 1993. His courageous action that night saved many lives.

Thursday, February 04, 2010

Cyber Security

This is not about Middle Eastern terrorism or an outside threat to America's cyber security; it never has been. This bill will give the criminals in Washington the power to control free speech on the Internet and is aimed at shutting down groups like the Tea Party movement, as well as a host of other legitimate activities by law-abiding Americans. Globalists, and their toady politicians, just hate the Internet because it allows the dissemination of information so quickly, helping to shed light on their criminal activities.

John 3:20-21
20"For everyone who does evil hates the Light, and does not come to the Light for fear that his deeds will be exposed.
21"But he who practices the truth comes to the Light, so that his deeds may be manifested as having been wrought in God."

Just had to vent a bit, folks.

"A document posted on the website last year revealed that the Department of Homeland Security considers returning veterans, gun owners, advocates of the Second Amendment and states’ rights to be potential enemies."

Friday, January 22, 2010

Long Live the Jeep

I don't know what it is about Jeep CJ and Wrangler owners but there seems to exist this kind of brotherhood among us. I have owned my Wrangler now for about five years, and whenever I encounter another Wrangler or CJ driver on the road, the other driver almost always initiates a friendly wave.

Of course when I first realized what was going on - that I had been inducted into this brotherhood by virtue of the fact that I, too, own a Wrangler - I also began to take the initiative and started waving at other Jeep drivers along the beaten path.
Almost without exception, they will give a hearty wave back at me.
The bikers have their wave and I guess we do, too.

Long live the Jeep. :)

Monday, November 16, 2009


I went to the store to pick up some milk tonight and what did I see?


It took all of the will power I had to walk out of the store without it. People either love it or hate it. I LOVE it. I kept telling myself it's still early in the season and there will be plenty of opportunities to snag some.

I could taste it all the way home though... in my mind.

Did I mention I like Eggnog?

Monday, August 24, 2009

Town Hall Meeting with Congressman Dan Boren in Pryor Oklahoma

Some footage I shot.

Congressman Dan Boren at the town hall meeting in Pryor on 8-19-09
Miss Kelly Glass (the young mother asking the questions) said it best.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Facebook and Twitter

I'm spending most of my online time now on facebook and twitter. Much better for activism.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

OK-SAFE Town Hall Meeting 4-7-09

This is an event I was asked to film for OK-SAFE (Oklahoman's for Sovereignty and Free Enterprise) on 4-7-09. OK-SAFE is a wonderful group of people who want to see our government return to the kind of government our founding fathers had originally envisioned for the United States.

All 9 video segments can viewed on this page.

Saturday, January 31, 2009

Pachelbel played with a guitar

This Pachelbel piece is one of my favorite classical pieces. And this kid DOES do it justice. Wow!

Sunday, November 23, 2008

O. U. vs Texas Tech and the Trip to Norman


My Dad treated my brother and myself to an O.U. Football Game yesterday. It was a great game... that is if you are a Sooner fan! We sat in the south end zone 75 rows up and we were grouped in among 10 or 15 Tech fans. Yikes! I think the Texas Tech fans became stunned about the time the second quarter rolled around. The athleticism displayed by O.U.'s running backs was truly amazing and Tech just wasn't ready for them.

I wanted to take some pictures but dog-gone-it, I didn't have my camera with me! While we were waiting in line for tickets, I thought I heard over the loudspeaker that cameras and binoculars were among the items not allowed in the stadium, so I took them back to my Dad's vehicle. But after being in the stadium for a while I saw other people with binoculars and cameras, I thought, what the heck? Then I realized that it was the CASES for these items that were not allowed in the stadium, not the items themselves. Bummer! Otherwise I could have had some great pics to display here.

Oh, well. Maybe next time.

It has been many years since I last visited Norman and it sparked several good memories for me. We used to live there back in the sixties when my brother and I were just youngsters, probably from the time I was five until about ten years of age. In the early sixties my Dad had acquired several old frat and sorority houses close to the campus in order to remodel them for students to live in; this was his livelihood for many years in Norman. Had we arrived in town early enough on game day, we would have gone around to the various old fraternity and sorority houses he used to own so I could take some pics. But alas, we arrived too late to do any of that.

I did, though, have time to snap a shot of one of his old properties - 700 Elm - because we parked just a couple of houses away from it. If anyone remembers reading on my blog previously about my haunted house story in Norman, well, this is the property.

All in all we had a great time.

700 Elm

Saturday, October 11, 2008

new world order is the endgame, says glenn beck

I knew one day it would finally come to this: a mainstream media personality finally had to admit there is a New World Order. This bailout package has awakened a lot of people who were formerly asleep.

Revelation 17: 13
13 These have one mind, and shall give their power and strength unto the beast.

Sunday, September 07, 2008

101 Constitutional Questions To Ask Candidates

While I realize that most Republicans don't seem to care much about the Constitution anymore, I still do. It is routinely trampled upon by parties on both sides of the isle and has been for quite some time. Some would argue that it is outdated and has no real place in a modern world with all of its complexities. I, however, would disagree with this because contained within this document we call the Constitution is a profound understanding of the fallible nature of human beings and their propensity to do evil to one another, which has remained essentially the same since the fall of Adam. It is therefore my firm belief that if we would reinstate this fine (though not perfect) document as the standard by which we govern, a great many of America's problems would eventually disappear.

The reason that Republicans only occasionally give lip service to the Constitution but don't really want to talk about it in depth is because it shines a light in dark places, thereby exposing how lawless the Republican Party has really become, and that makes them uncomfortable.

Of course it goes without saying that most Democrats are just as lawless.

BTW, I am a registered Republican.

The questions:

Saturday, August 02, 2008

Our Spiritual Heritage and the Egyptian Obelisk

Uh, what does Christian heritage have to do with an Egyptian obelisk? I found this ad on a Christian web site and thought it quite ironic. And it just goes to show how "in the dark" most Christians really are about these pagan symbols.

Excerpt from Cutting Edge Ministries:

All pagans love to worship the creature rather than the Creator [Romans 1:25]; therefore, every single pagan group in the world worships the Sex Act. Both Satanism and Freemasonry absolutely love the Obelisk. The Egyptians created the obelisk, believing that the spirit of the Sun god, Ra, dwelt in there. [H.L. Hayward, Symbolic Masonry: An Interpretation of the Three Degrees, Washington, D.C., Masonic Service Association of the United States, 1923, p. 207; 'Two Pillars' Short Talk Bulletin, Sept., 1935, Vol. 13, No 9; Charles Clyde Hunt, Some Thoughts On Masonic Symbolism, Macoy Publishing and Masonic Supply Company, 1930, p. 101]
Satanists -- and Invisible Masons -- also depict the obelisk as the erect male organ. One Luciferian author writes that "... the lingam [male phallus] was an upright pillar" [W. Wynn Wescott, Numbers: Their Occult Power and Mystic Virtues, Theosophical Publishing Society, 1902, p. 33] A Masonic author both admit that these pillars of the obelisk were used to represent sex [Haywood, quoted above, p. 206-7 and Rollin C. Blackmer, The Lodge and the Craft: A Practical Explanation of the Work of Freemasonry, St. Louis, The Standard Masonic Publishing Co., 1923, p. 94]
In the Bible, we see the obelisk in use in Baal worship, the priests killed on God's orders, and the obelisks destroyed. Listen to the account i which God destroyed these obelisks: ""… King Jehu said to the guards and to the officers, 'Go in and slay them; let none escape'. And they smote them with the sword; and the guards before the king threw their bodies out, and went into the inner dwelling of the house of Baal. They brought out the obelisks [pillars] of the house of Baal and burned them." [2 Kings 10:26, Amplified Bible]
The next time you see an obelisk in your Freemasonry organization, you now know you are looking at one of the supreme objects in Baal worship, for which God ultimately destroyed Israel. You are also tolerating a Satanic symbol of the sex act.

I don't downplay the role Christianity has had in the structure of our nation, (I'm a Christian myself) but I do want to try and get people to "think outside the box" for a moment, specifically Christians. Jesus said that His kingdom is a spiritual kingdom, not an earthly kingdom. America is merely an earthly kingdom, and as such is subject to the wiles and influence of the "god of this world"(2 Corinthians 4:4), as is any other kingdom of this world. Sometimes I think we Christians erroneously tend to equate America with Jesus and Jesus with America, and that's just not Biblically accurate.

Wednesday, May 21, 2008

The Nashville Trip

A short video clip I made of my nephew during our recent trip to Nashville, where my brother-in-law and his wife live.

Sunday, March 30, 2008

The Thunder Boomer

This happened a couple of weeks ago out on my front porch during a T-storm. It was deafening, and it made the hair on the back of my neck stand straight up! Needless to say I didn't stay out much longer after that.

Make sure you drag the volume bar all the way up to get an idea of just how loud (and how close) it was.

Saturday, March 22, 2008

The Letter

Here's a link to a page on my family web site that I recently updated. Today I scanned in a letter that will be 102 years-old next month. It is a family heirloom of sorts that tells the story of how my g,g grandmother (Letitia Keys Denbo) met with her demise back in 1906. It is a heart-wrenching account as told by someone that was very close to her - one of her children.

It was one of those stories that I remembered hearing while I was growing up but I didn't give it much thought then. It wasn't until much later in life when I became interested in my family genealogy that the stories took on new meaning for me. Seeing the photographs and reading the historical accounts of the lives of my ancestors made them more real and interesting to me. It has also been rewarding to me by way of the emails I've received over the years from various researchers from around the world who have been better able to connect the dots in their own family lines because of the material I've posted online. I've even met some relatives I never knew I had.

Soon I'm going to post a Civil War letter written in 1864 by a distant relative of mine while in a Union P.O.W camp. It is quite intriguing.

Monday, March 17, 2008

Profile of a Savior

Since Easter is right around the corner, I thought I'd post something relevent. It comes from a Christian apologetics web site that I have used for years now.

Profile of a Savior

Here at STR we want to wish you a meaningful Easter week. Yes, Jesus was a man, but he was no ordinary man. His death burial and resurrection provides the meaning for all we do here at STR. And we can be assured that our convictions in these events that took place in history are based on the testimony of those witnesses, who on that day of resurrection proclaimed: "He is risen." He is risen indeed. Alleluia!

I hope you find these thoughts a blessing to you as you celebrate Easter.

Jesus was a man, but not an ordinary man.

He was a man born from the seed of woman. Galatians 4:4 "But when the fullness of the time came, God sent forth His Son, born of a woman, born under the law."

He was brutally executed by crucifixion. Matthew 27:33-56 "And when they came to a place called Golgotha, which means Place of a Skull, they gave Him wine to drink mixed with gall; and after tasting it, He was unwilling to drink. And when they had crucified Him, they divided up His garments among themselves by casting lots. And sitting down, they began to keep watch over Him there. And above His head they put up the charge against Him which read, "THIS IS JESUS THE KING OF THE JEWS."

Luke 23:33-48 "One of the criminals who were hanged there was hurling abuse at Him.... It was now about the sixth hour, and darkness fell over the whole land until the ninth hour, because the sun was obscured; and the veil of the temple was torn in two. And Jesus, crying out with a loud voice, said, "Father, INTO YOUR HANDS I COMMIT MY SPIRIT." Having said this, He breathed His last."
He was rejected by His people. John 1:11 "He came to His own and those who were His own did not receive Him."

He was raised from the dead. Acts 1:3 "To these [apostles] He presented Himself alive, after His suffering, by many convincing proofs, appearing to them over a period of 40 days...."

But He was not an ordinary man. He was God Himself who laid His life down for us.

Jesus was sinless. Even His enemies could find no sin in Him. Luke 23:13-49 "Pilate summoned the chief priests and the rulers and the people, and said to them, 'You brought this man to me as one who incites the people to rebellion, and behold, having examined Him before you, I have found no guilt in this man regarding the charges which you make against Him.'...Now when the centurion saw what had happened, he began praising God, saying, 'Certainly this man was innocent.'"

Jesus was God Himself. John 1:1 "In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God and the Word was God."
Collosians 1:15, 19 "And He is the image of the invisible God....For it was the Father's good pleasure for all the fullness to dwell in Him."
Hebrews 1:3 "And He is the radiance of His glory and the exact representation of His nature, and upholds all things by the word of His power."
Romans 9:5 "...from whom is the Christ according to the flesh, who is over all, God blessed forever."

(Adapted from “The Bible: Fast Forward” by Greg Koukl, available on CD and MP3)

Friday, March 14, 2008

The Spitzer Affair

When this story first broke, I remember thinking to myself: Politicians do this sort of thing all the time. Why him? Why now? And why are they making such a big deal out of it?

Don't get me wrong, soliciting prostitutes is an immoral thing to do, especially if you're married. But as I already wrote above, this kind of thing isn't uncommon in the halls of government at all.

So what gives?

As you will discover after reading the story I'm posting a link to below, Spitzer was really on a crusade to protect the American people from predatory lending practices, and you'll never guess which powerful politician was the primary mover and shaker behind wanting his affair to be exposed.

Or, maybe you will.

The rest of the story:

Tuesday, March 04, 2008


I sure hope we don't have one of these this spring in Oklahoma.

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Russell Means on Lakotah Sovereignty

Listen as Russell Means explains why the Lakota Sioux Nation declared its independence (and not without good reason) from the United States.

More power to you and the Lakota, Russell!

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

The State of the Church

Many of you already know how I feel about the corporate, end-time apostate church and the spineless ministers (a great many of whom are on T.V.) who pastor them. I've been trying to find someone who has the guts to preach on it.

Here she is:

Thursday, February 07, 2008

Monday, January 28, 2008

Ron Paul and Israel

Here are still more reasons why a Ron Paul Presidency would be good for Israel. Yet the establishment,corporate press tries to spin Ron's views about Israel as being anti-Israel.

To download to your hard drive, right-click on this link and choose "Save Target As".

Sunday, January 20, 2008

Monster Quest

Have you all been watching this series? It's great!
The one entitled "Lions in the Backyard" has some footage of a Checotah, Oklahoma ranch where this rancher's livestock are coming up missing. Get this: they suspect it's a black Jaguar! Apparently, and I didn't know this, the southern half of the U.S. used to be part of the Jaguar's natural range but they were thought to have been killed off in the late 1800's. They now believe they are migrating up from Central and South America to reclaim their old habitat.
The Jaguar is the third largest cat. Yikes!

I watched the one about Bigfoot, too. Interesting.

Saturday, January 19, 2008

Wednesday, January 16, 2008

The Cleveland Trip

No time to write anything lengthy tonight so I'm going to post some photos from a trip my father-in-law and I took to Cleveland, Ohio this past summer. He and my mother-in-law are originally from the Cleveland area. The church you see in some of the photos is a really old Catholic church in downtown Cleveland that his aunt still attends. The workmanship is truly amazing in the old church and was done by Irish-American immigrants in the late 1800's.

The river tug you see is on the Cuyahoga River in downtown Cleveland.