John and Abigail Adams’ relationship served as one of the most influential over the formation of our nation’s government during the late 18th-early 19th centuries. When one briefly glances at them, they paint a picture of strength, endurance, and wisdom, which proved to be an iconic ideal during these harsh years for all the couples during these […]
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About Krista Wenzel
-Bachelors of Art in History, emphasis in Biblical Archaeology, 2007
-Masters in Government, emphasis in international politics, 2012
-Graduate of CrossExamined Instructors Academy, 2013
-Congressional staffer in Washington, DC, 2008
-Campaign staffer in Minnesota, 2008
-Educational Program Leader (Tour Guide) for American Christian Tours, 2009-2015
Krista has always had a love for history, the Bible, and finding a way to meld the two together. As a Congressional staffer, her favorite part of her job was giving tours of the Capitol building, emphasizing on the faith of the Founding Fathers and other great Americans. This transitioned into working as a tour guide, giving American heritage tours of Washington, DC; Williamsburg, VA; Gettysburg, PA, Philadelphia, PA; New York, NY; and other American history sites.
An avid reader of history and apologetics, Krista currently resides in Minnesota where she drinks more coffee than is likely healthy.
Entries by Krista Wenzel
The famous Liberty Bell of Philadelphia is known for the huge crack. However, it is the words that are found on it which tell the real story. Right in the middle of the bell the following words are found: “Proclaim LIBERTY throughout the land unto all the inhabitants thereof” (Leviticus 25:10). This particular scripture is […]
Many skeptics of Christianity claim George Washington was a freemason and not at all a Christian. Many Christians claim the opposite. So which is it? Our first President is, obviously, not alive today to really set the record straight. It would be very helpful if he were. Since he is not, to form a conclusion on […]
While it might seem like a trivial question, the answer is actually the birthplace of our national identity. The beliefs and convictions of our founding fathers lay the groundwork for interpreting our Declaration of Independence and Constitution—the documents that direct our daily freedoms. According to Real Clear Politics, an average of several polls observed over […]