No Compromise with Peter Waldron

The Ultimate Price – The Peter Waldron Story

In 2011, I collaborated with film director Brad Kidwell (Big Promise Productions) to generate a pre-production trailer for  potential investors to generate the necessary funds to produce a full-length feature film, “The Ultimate Price”, based on my experience in Uganda’s infamous Luzira Prison.  An ensemble cast from the Tampa Bay area was assembled, a unique […]

Horror Mongers – The Crushing Force of Atheism/Humanism/Progressivism

A dark cloud looms large over America. Judgment has come.  Why? All the king’s men –  doctors, lawyers, politicians, social scientists, educators, psychologists, bureaucrats, and various and sundry other experts – who ply their disciplines against the raging problems of our day, certainly cannot be faulted for their concern over man’s future. They go wrong […]

5 Signs of God’s Judgment

I am compelled to write this note because many among us are confused between the signs of God’s judgment and signs of our Lord Jesus’ return. The difference is the difference between “repentance” and “retreat”. One speaks to “personal edification” and the other speaks to “personal escape.” Jesus told us to “occupy until I come” […]

A Litany of Horror

Tragically, the faults and foibles of modern men have scarred America’s social structure more deeply than mere incompetence could ever have done. The refrain of our day is more significant than a dogged rehearsing of failures. Our whole society seems to be coming apart at the seams. Widespread acceptance of abortion has set in motion […]

Left For Dead

Monday, Feb. 20, 2006, dawned placidly like any other day in tropical Uganda. The sun peeped over the palm trees and then spilled over the tiled rooftops and tin-roofed shacks of the capital city, Kampala. But little did I know that on this day my privileged existence in this capital of a poorly developed African […]

Nightmare in Uganda – Brutally Beaten and Imprisoned for my Christian Faith

Monday, Feb. 20, 2006, dawned placidly like any other day in tropical Uganda. The sun peeped over the palm trees and then spilled over the tiled rooftops and tin-roofed shacks of the capital city of Kampala. But little did I know that on this day my privileged existence in this capital of a poorly developed […]