In this podcast, Ray Notgrass offers background on what you hear in the news, shares stories from history that will enlighten and inspire you, and provides…
On this episode of 𝘌𝘹𝘱𝘭𝘰𝘳𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘏𝘪𝘴𝘵𝘰𝘳𝘺 with Ray Notgrass, we'll consider the significance of the Declaration of Independence and its meaning for our great nation today. #exploringhistorypodcast #historypodcast #July4th #americanholidays #independenceday #declarationofindependence #notgrass #notgrasshistory
Do you want to face today and tomorrow with hope? Then study the past. The way to where we are hasn’t come without a price, and there has certainly been loss, but much has happened that is right and good. We see countless examples of this in history, and we have a promise of the ultimate victory of right from the One who put this world into motion in the beginning. You need to know history, and you need to make sure your children learn it. In this episode, Ray Notgrass shares five reasons why.
Do you wonder if homeschooled children can succeed? Two parents who homeschooled their four lively children prove that they can succeed. They can even soar. One of them might even become president of the United States. Listen to this podcast with Ray and Charlene Notgrass as they discuss how homeschooling helped to give President Theodore Roosevelt to America. #homeschooling #americanpresidents #theodoreroosevelt #historypodcast #americanstories
🎙️In this episode of 𝘌𝘹𝘱𝘭𝘰𝘳𝘪𝘯𝘨 𝘏𝘪𝘴𝘵𝘰𝘳𝘺, we talk about the U.S. Supreme Court: what the Constitution says about it, the meaning of judicial review, and the debate between originalism and the idea of a living Constitution that changes meaning over time. We also talk about the importance of every American understanding what the Constitution actually says and what it doesn't say.
🎙️What happened that day had to happen. It had to happen because God in His power and mercy was making right all the things that had gone wrong. He was dealing with sin. He was reconciling man to Himself. He was demonstrating the power of a life submitted to the will of God when the world had rejected God. That is why the Christian world calls the day when the awful crucifixion of Christ took place Good Friday. It was terrible for Him, but it was good for us.
🎙️🇺🇦The world is watching a war take place in the Eastern European country of Ukraine. It is the largest invasion of a country in Europe since World War II. The roots of this conflict go back hundreds of years, and the immediate sources of conflict span the 20th century. Let’s unravel this complex and heart-wrenching scenario.
🎙️In the Gospel of Luke, when Jesus sent the seventy out to the cities to which He would be going, part of his instructions to them were, "Whatever house you enter, first say, 'Peace be to this house'" (Luke 10:5). After offering words of encouragement to families, host Ray Notgrass uses this opportunity to pay tribute to his big brother, Alan, who is celebrating his 75th birthday.
🎙📖He was the real-life inspiration for the title character in the most influential novel in 19th-century America, but his story is largely unknown. On today's episode we’ll learn more about this amazing, faithful, once-enslaved man, Josiah Henson. #exploringhistorypodcast #exploringhistory #podcastdrop #podcast #education #history #uncletomscabin #americanliterature #americanstories #americanheroes #greatstories #notgrass #notgrasshistory
🎙️How does Congress make laws? On today’s Exploring History we’ll investigate the official process but also some of what goes on behind the scenes in how Congress makes laws that affect you and me and our families. #exploringhistorypodcast #exploringhistory #podcast #educationpodcast #historypodcast #uscongress #howabillbecomesalaw #civics #history #ushistory
He made America a better place–and he gave his life for doing so. On today's podcast, we'll look at the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and how that legacy can help heal America today. #exploringhistory #exploringhistorypodcast #martinlutherkingjr #civilrights #unity #americanheroes #americanstories #peopleinhistory #notgrass #notgrasshistory
🎙️This podcast offers background on what you hear in the news, shares stories from history that will enlighten and inspire you, and offers encouragement about homeschooling, family life, and your walk with God. Podcasts drop on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month. #exploringhistory #historypodcast #podcast #notgrass #notgrasshistory #exploringhistorypodcast