Summary: Here's the Last Word from the Trumpet Hour radio program: Simple, practical principles of living.
Whether you are an ambassador for the U.S. stationed in Benghazi or an “ambassador for Christ” stationed in this world, there is potential for danger.
Some thoughts from Herbert W. Armstrong in 1945 on why even democracy fails.
Thoughts about having some friends facing life-threatening sickness and the importance of making the best possible use of today.
Some practical wisdom about navigating our highly opinionated culture.
God wants us to raise our sons to become strong men. Here's how we can accomplish that.
How to make the most of the most important meal of your day—the family dinner.
Something dangerous you are probably carrying around in your life that you ought to get rid of.
Why it’s important we raise our sons with a sense of the role God intends them to fulfill.
The vital importance of history to our survival.
A basic, fundamental reason why we are seeing a constitutional crisis in America today.
The nature of real freedom.
A few words of wisdom that can help us to make sound judgments.
The unusual methods God can use to prepare someone for kingship.
You can actually make yourself smarter, and your potential is greater than you might think!
Some secret clues about your interactions with your spouse that can tell you whether your marriage is going to last.