If you desire to be more heavenly minded, think more of the things of Heaven, and less of the things of Earth.

Thomas J. Jackson

Spreading Glory Through Stonewall's Story
Dedicated to sharing the Good News of the Gospel through the
spiritual legacy of Confederate General Thomas J. Jackson


The Jackson Society was founded in the winter of 2006 by Christian author Michael Aubrecht. As a historian who has dedicated much of his work to recognizing the positive role that religion played during the Civil War, Michael's mission in establishing The Jackson Society is to witness for his Lord and Savior Jesus Christ through the inspirational stories of one of the South's greatest Christian soldiers. The JS hopes to accomplish this task by creating an online portal for like-minded individuals to cross-promote each other's projects, publications, and presentations. The goal is to reach the maximum number of people with the Good News of the Gospel, and the legacy of the great Virginia patriot; Confederate General Thomas J. Jackson.

The Jackson Society is always looking for new members to add to their directory. Are you a Christian who has an interest in the spiritual legacy of Thomas Jackson? Have you written, or published something that you would like to share with fellow Stonewall enthusiasts? Have you been searching for a forum to promote your work and witness for your Lord and Savior? Do you believe that the Christian faith represents a united congregation of baptized believers, who are called to further the cause of Jesus Christ, and that the Bible is the absolute Word of God and that the study of scripture is essential to living our lives according to His will? If so, we would love to hear from you.

Membership into The Jackson Society is absolutely FREE and the benefits include the cross-promotion of your projects, programs, presentations, and publications as they relate to Thomas "Stonewall" Jackson.

To request a membership, please EMAIL The Jackson Society.

Disclaimer: The political views expressed on the websites, blogs and/or publications by the individual members of The Jackson Society do not necessarily represent those of The JS, or reflect those of other members. Each member is recognized solely for their contributions to the preservation and presentation of Christian, Confederate history as it pertains to the life and times of General Thomas J. "Stonewall" Jackson.

Copyright 2007: The Jackson Society