• “To look out at this kind of creation and not believe in God is to me impossible. It just strengthens my faith. I wish there were words to describe what it’s like.” ~John Glenn observing the heavens and the earth from his window, November 5, 1998

  • “I didn’t need a Bible to talk to God. I prayed for my family. I prayed for myself. I prayed I wouldn’t blow up and then I prayed harder that I wouldn’t screw up.” ~Astronaut Mike Mullane, from his book, Riding Rockets, describing how the night before a launch, sleepless with apprehension, he checked his nightstand for a Bible but couldn’t find one

  • “To those of you who have advocated looking high we owe our sincere gratitude, for you have granted us the opportunity to see some of the grandest views of the Creator.” ~Commander Neil Armstrong, Addressing a joint session of Congress, September 16, 1969

  • “Apollo 11 is on its way to the moon. It carries three brave astronauts; it also carries the hopes and prayers of hundreds of millions of people . . . That moment when man first sets foot on a body other than earth will stand through the centuries as one supreme in human experience . . . I call upon all of our people . . . to join in prayer for the successful conclusion of Apollo 11’s mission.” ~President Richard Nixon in Proclamation 3919, 1969

  • “I had an enormous feelingn (from 250,000 mile from Earth0 that there had to be a power greater than any of us – that there was a God, that there was indeed a beginning.” ~Commander Frank Borman, Apollo 8 Astronaut, 1968

  • “Without God there could be no American form of government . . . Recognition of the Supreme Being is the first-the most basic-expression of Americanism.” ~President Ford quoting President Eisenhower, (1974)

  • “My beloved friend, keep your hand in that of the Master, walk daily by His side, so that you may lead others into the realms of true happiness, where a religion of hate, (which poisons both body and soul) will be unknown, having in its place the ‘Golden Rule’ way, which is the ‘Jesus Way’ of life, will reign supreme . . .” ~George Washington Carver