Blog entries tagged Civil War


1. Chicken Biscuits, Shiloh, and Slugburgers

June 2, 2008

This morning we are going to visit Shiloh Military Battlefield, about an hour and a half north of Tupelo. We’re making the trip because Maria and Kevin (Vanessa’s mother and step-father) are visiting from California. They arrived last Tuesday after driving five days across the country. Maria came to Tupelo in Ma ...

2. My Favorite Civil War Sites

November 19, 2007

For the last few weeks I’ve been devising in my mind my top ten favorite Civil War sites. The only governing rule was that they had to be sites that I’ve actually visited, which rules out many famous places. And they don’t have to be battlefields, just notable places connected to the Civil War. So here is ...

3. Wednesday, August 13, 2003

August 13, 2003

10:36 PM Nick and John Mark Edwards and Caleb Fields arrived back in Oak Park several hours ago from their “senior trip” to visit my brother Alan who lives in Tupelo, Mississippi. They stopped in Tupelo to pick him up, and then they headed down to Destin, Florida, for a few days of fun in the sun. Nick said they played ...

4. Sunday, July 20, 2003

July 20, 2003

8:38 AM Brian Bill preaches in all four services at Calvary today. When I am on the road, I like to follow the four services in my mind and pray for the services as the morning rolls along... Don’t forget to pray for the Allied Force team in Costa Rica today ... Also, Greg and Carolyn Kirschner and their four chil...

5. Friday, July 11, 2003

July 11, 2003

1:44 PM Just got back from the bookstore where I picked up a copy of Hallowed Ground: A Walk at Gettysburg by James M. McPherson in preparation for our Civil War tour next June. And I also bought a map of Vermont, New Hampshire and Maine plus a New England tour guide for our trip next week. 1:29 PM Several weeks ago I menti...

6. Friday, Feburary 28, 2003

February 28, 2003

Friday, February 28 We arrived back in Oak Park late this evening, a little weary from the travel but glad for the time spent at Word of Life Florida. I ended up riding 102 miles on the bike I bought, then I turned it over to the conference center today. Last night I spoke at 10:30 PM to the students at the Bible Institute ...

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