We are enslaved to our debt. Wake up, America! Before it is too late… Every man, woman and child in America is enslaved to the national debt. As an artist, I have painted my vision of the dire circumstances that surround us. Now, more than ever, each American must make a choice: we must unlock […]
This painting has over 100 figures, both good and bad, men and women that have left their footprint on Christianity. The man in the middle represents the modern Christian…a man who must decide whether or not he will stand up for his Christian beliefs. Many are shouting out to tell him what to do. He […]
Paul Thomas Smith, author and former Church History Instructor, shares some of his thoughts and insights concerning Alvin, the older brother of Joseph Smith. Associated Locations: Tunbridge, Vermont – Birthplace Associated Dates: February 11, 1798 – Born 19 November 1823 – Death
Associated Locations: Near Carthage Jail, Illinois Associated Dates: 30 July 1844 – Samuel Smith death Samuel Smith was the third martyr of Carthage Jail. Paul Thomas Smith, an author and former church history instructor, shares some of his thoughts and impressions concerning the life of Samuel H. Smith, the brother of Joseph Smith.
“The scene is set against the darkened skies of a smoky battlefield as the gloried Christ moves through the midst of soldiers from all the different eras of time. As if they had stepped from the battle moments before, bloodstained and exhausted, they bow with submission, overwhelmed by emotion before the King of Kings. On […]
This simple phrase, added to the pledge of allegiance over 50 years ago has been the source of unbelievable debate and heated controversy. Likewise, the phrase ‘In God We Trust’ on our currency has been targeted and continues to be attacked as improper and politically incorrect. Lawsuits have been filed and legal minds employed to […]
Associated Locations: Carthage Jail, Carthage, Illinois – Location of martyrdom Associated Dates: June 27, 1844 – Joseph Smith martyred Was Joseph Smith really a martyr? For more information about this painting, please visit this link.