Reflections on Life & Liberty

So much time is spent "in the fight," that it is easy to forget what we are supposed to be fighting for. To answer that, join Michael Quinn Sullivan each week as he puts the continuing fight for life and liberty in historical, biblical, and even just personal context.

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Access for What?

Access for What?

Masking compromises with the devil so as to do good things down the road never pays off.

Just A Small Bit Of Liberty

Just A Small Bit Of Liberty

As a self-governing people, we must stop acquiescing to the politicians and moral busybodies.

Would We Answer?

Would We Answer?

As beneficiaries of the Alamo defenders’ sacrifice, we must answer the call to the fight for liberty.

A Cold Truth

A Cold Truth

Yes, we have trouble and tribulation in this world… But we also have Jesus!

Fear Is a Loser

Fear Is a Loser

No weapon is quite so debilitating as fear.

Slaying Giants

Slaying Giants

We cannot count on kings to do our work for us. It’s up to us.

Joy For The World

Joy For The World

For most of us, there would be little joy in welcoming our new child into the world under such circumstances.

Make It Professional

Make It Professional

Despite their protests to the contrary, politicians like for politics to be intensely personal.

Cleaning Up

Cleaning Up

If we want to clean up government, it has to start with a cleansing revival of the people.

The True Leaders of Texas

The True Leaders of Texas

You may not know their names, but you have probably benefitted from their actions.

Giving Thanks for Liberty

Giving Thanks for Liberty

The very first days of the American experience demonstrated what world history repeatedly proves: socialism fails, and fails miserably.

Jailed For Liberty

Jailed For Liberty

Would you go to jail for what you believe in? Would you give up your freedom in the pursuit of liberty?

Blazing Bonfires

Blazing Bonfires

With a “tireless minority” keenly at work, we can push against the darkness and illuminate the lives of our countrymen.

Trust Not in Princes

Trust Not in Princes

Many of Western civilization’s governing mistakes and missteps are traced to the rejection of God’s practical provision of self-governance.

Woke Versus Winning

Woke Versus Winning

Many church leaders are threatened by a “profane” businessman delivering on the promises that they have not.

Lying With Facts?

Lying With Facts?

Telling the truth requires that facts be offered in context, especially when it is inconvenient.

Our Fault

Our Fault

We’re responsible for setting the moral environment in which our public servants work.

The Church, Silenced

The Church, Silenced

When shepherds cower in fear from the howl of government wolves, they shouldn’t be surprised to find their flock in decline.

Not Worse, But Not Better

Not Worse, But Not Better

No election is trivial. And elections in the past were as nasty – if not more so – than today.

What We Do Tomorrow

What We Do Tomorrow

The choice we make today about what we will do tomorrow will shape the future of our Republic.

Meaningful Work

Meaningful Work

All work is meaningful, because in our work we serve others with the gifts and skills given to us by God.

Test Everything

Test Everything

As citizens, we must look past the packaging.

The Army You Need

The Army You Need

God will provide what we need, when we need it, but it often won’t be what we expect.

Sticks and Stones

Sticks and Stones

Our words often say more about us than those at whom they are directed. So what are we doing with them?