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Teach Your Children Well: The Lessons from the Greatest Generation - Part 1

Guest: Tom Rose

Dan Fisher

Host: Dr. James Dobson

July 04, 2022

On today’s Independence Day edition of Family Talk, author Dan Fisher describes the 18th century black-robed pastors who courageously led their men onto the battlefield against the British during the Revolutionary War. In his book, Bringing Back the Black Robed Regiment, he urges today’s clergymen to emulate the patriot pastors of America’s birth. Our pulpits desperately need biblical conviction once again to rally a new “black-robed regiment” of clergymen to arm Americans with the Word to uphold the Judeo-Christian principles on which this country was based.

Meet the Guest


Dan Fisher

Dan Fisher is the co-pastor of Fairview Baptist Church in Edmond, Oklahoma, and a former member of the Oklahoma House of Representatives, having served in his state’s legislature from 2012-2015. Dan grew up in Van Buren, Arkansas, and is a graduate of Van Buren High School, Westark Community College, and Arkansas Tech University. He is the author of Bringing Back The Black-Robed Regiment, a historical non-fiction book which describes the 18th century American patriot pastors who bravely led their men onto the battlefield to face the British during The Revolutionary War. Dan’s passion is to rally a new “black-robed regiment” of clergymen to arm Americans with the Word to uphold Judeo-Christian principles on which this country was based. Believing the Bible addresses every subject, including politics, Dan dresses in full period-piece regalia and holds certified Revolutionary War artifacts as he speaks to groups around the country about the first black-robed regiment, who were brave enough to preach from the pulpit about spiritual and civil liberties. Dan and his wife, Pam, have been married since 1981 and have two adult children and six grandchildren. Today, Dan and Pam raise horses on 30 acres just west of Yukon, OK, where they live in a log house they built themselves.