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Landmark Events is a 501(c)(3) organization. All donations are greatly appreciated and are tax-deductible to the fullest extent of the law.

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Landmark Events
PO Box 1762
Columbia, TN 38402


Thank you for considering supporting the work of Landmark Events. We are more committed than ever to bringing hope to God’s people as we recount His deeds on the very ground where they occurred. Our historians take seriously the biblical commands to remember the mighty acts of God in history, and believe every generation has a duty to carry on the knowledge and wisdom of our inherited past, interpreted within the framework of biblical truth.

We are currently working on the following projects that need your support:

  • Securing Bill Potter for 2019. Your donation will help Landmark will help us secure Bill’s labors on a full-time basis and allow him to focus on his calling to communicate God’s hand in history through essays, articles, book reviews, audio and video recordings, and guided tours.
  • Defending our first amendment rights in National Parks, particularly our current battle for your right to hear what God has done on the sites where it occurred. A new line has been drawn for how American history should be remembered and taught. We need to take our stand now, before, once again, the American people find the story of their country revised and the resistance silenced.
  • Updating the web site to include:
    • Bill Potter’s book reviews
    • Expanded selection of tour audio downloads
    • Video production of tours

Give Back to the Men that Gave All

We are honoring WWII veterans with a special evening of food, song and fellowship June 6 at the WWII museum in New Orleans. Your tax-deductible donation will allow veterans like Herb Griffin, who stormed Utah Beach on June 6, 1944, and his brother Ed, an Army engineer, to attend. Time is running out to thank these men as the Department of Veterans Affairs estimates 640 WWII veterans die each day. Join us if you can—donate generously to make it happen.