The Liberty Bell in Garland, Texas. Sunday, Sept. 9, 2007


Outside of Pastor Albritton’s church The Winner’s Edge.  Garland, Texas.

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My father-in-law David Hall helps the kids ring the bell.

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Aaron shows a little boy how to ring the bell.

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Many families had their picture taken in front of the liberty bell and the Ten Commandments.

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Aaron Hall, Judge Roy Moore, and David Hall.

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David Hall and Judge Roy Moore talk about the bell and the history of liberty.  The Ten Commandments are with the bell because they are the foundation of moral law.

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Categories: Christian beliefs, Family, The Liberty Bell | 9 Comments

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9 thoughts on “The Liberty Bell in Garland, Texas. Sunday, Sept. 9, 2007

  1. Brent Heath

    My Sister-in -law, Connie Nelson Heath is here in
    Waco visiting us and told us about the Liberty Bell. She went to Evangel College with Phyllis. Should you ever come to Waco, let us know and we will come and see the bell. We would like to meet you’all sometime.

    Brent Heath
    254-829-2994

    8451 Gholson Road
    Waco, Texas 76705

  2. Gwen

    What a wonderful thing David Hall has been doing.

  3. James Riedl

    A friend sent me the video about Mr Hall ringing the bell at the funerals for the service men. What this man does brought tears to my eyes. Truly what he is doing is a very wonderful thing. Wish there were more people like him in the world. God bless him and his family. Keep up this most important task.

  4. Rolland Chinn

    May I make a small contribution to help defray expenses?

  5. Check out http://www.proclaimliberty.us, there is an option to donate if you would like. Thank you for your support!

  6. cornelius mcbreen

    thank you mr david hall .you make this place a better place to live

  7. Edmond Quillen

    David,

    God Bless You! For all you do in recognizing the ultimate sacrifices being made by our men and women in the military.

    Just proves that one man can make a difference.

    Thank you,

    Edmond Quillen
    Georgetown TX

  8. Randall PLese

    Mr. Hall. Thank you for your contribution to our military , their families and our country. I am a viet Nam vetern. Every year my unit holds a reunion. I would like to include a bell tolling during our missing man ceremony. where can I find the proper timing /sequence for tolling during the spoken words [recitiing a poem] portion of our ceremony? Thanks again for all you do

  9. Russell Padgett

    Thank you for what you do for our brave heroes. Good picture of you and Judge Moore. I served with him in Viet Nam. He is a great man and our country would be so much better if he were in office.

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