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Wordless Wednesday: Spring comes to Culpeper, Va.

Celebrating our cousin’s first birthday in Culpeper –
how I love to see blossoms blossoming!
And spend time with family.
Look at all those sweet faces! 6 more words


Join us on April 20 for Easter Worship!

You are invited for worship on Easter Sunday, 2014! Bring your family and friends for this special day in the life of the church- and in your life as a child of the living God! 33 more words


CAIR tries bribery to shut down briefing on Muslim threat

WND, March 10, 2014:

Despite pressure tactics, threats and even a $15,000 cash bribe from the Council on American-Islamic Relations to shut down a recent counter-terrorism training program for Virginia law enforcement, the training took place as scheduled, albeit with extra security. 1,111 more words

Counter Jihad Report

Herbal Hero number 2...

I suspect the most famous herbalist who ever lived was probably Nicholas Culpeper.  His Herbal is still considered a very good text for the modern Herbalist (with some strict exceptions – mercury is not regarded as a good remedy for much these days, but for Nicholas, it was quite the “in thing”!) and the work has definitely been instrumental in my interest in the Herbal arts. 602 more words

Herbal Remedies

CAIR tries to shut down briefing on American jihadi networks

Allen West:

Some might say these are all isolated incidents. But connect these dots: this week we reported on the activists tied to the Muslim Brotherhood hosting a Democrat fundraiser. 497 more words

Counter Jihad Report

"New Walk" Wednesday: Raising Awareness in Culpeper, VA

In late September of 2013, the Foundation was contacted by an interested volunteer from a small community in northern Virginia, who was eager to make a difference in her town of Culpeper, VA. 423 more words


Culpeper Ruritan Club In The News

The Culpeper Ruritan Club was mentioned in the Culpeper Star-Exponent’s printed newspaper and website dated March 9, 2014. The newspaper article was “above the fold” on Page A1 (front page news!) and continued on to page A4. 727 more words