Still Standing – Stonewall Jackson



I saw this show on Memorial Day on the Trinity Broadcasting Network…Still Standing – Stonewall Jackson.

It was a very pleasant surprise and thoroughly enjoyable show about the Christian character of Stonewall Jackson. Though no future broadcasts are listed, anyone who saw (or missed) the show might consider thanking them for the broadcast or ask for future replays. Here’s the contact link:

Here’s the description from the network website.

His legacy as a military genius is widely renowned. Now, in Still Standing:
The Stonewall Jackson Story, his legacy as a man of resolute Christian character is captured in this revealing documentary. Through stunning High Definition videography and expert narrative, Still Standing traces the life of Stonewall Jackson – from his orphaned childhood, to the Sunday School class he taught for African Americans that has resulted in a lasting impact today, to the pivotal role he played as a General in the Civil War. Still Standing inspires, entertains, and educates as it examines the life of a uniquely American hero. Still Standing is punctuated by narrative from noted historians James I. "Bud" Robertson Jr., Dr. George Grant, William Potter, Virginia Military Institute Col. Keith Gibson; and Francis Lightburn Cressman – great granddaughter of Civil War Union General Joseph Lightburn – among others. The film features striking new footage from Jackson’s boyhood home near Weston, West Virginia; various locations in Lexington, Virginia, and other Civil War locales.


Tony Thompson
Metter, Ga.