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Online Event: The Christian Principle of Self Government, January 14th

Online Event: The Christian Principle of Self Government, January 14th

The Foundation for American Christian Education is pleased to announce  a lecture in a series of Lessons in Liberty Gary Porter will present: On Monday, January 14th in our classroom and live online, 7:00-8:30 pm EST, Can true liberty flourish without Christian self-government This principle concerns the all-important question, “How should man best be controlled” The Bible puts it this way: will we control ourselves or will we demand to be controlled by others (parents, employers, spouses, teachers, or civil governments) Read More

ProLife Event: Annual Life Chain Sunday, Oct 7th 2018, Richmond, VA

ProLife Event: Annual Life Chain Sunday, Oct 7th 2018, Richmond, VA

This Sunday, October 7 @ 3 pm, standing one hour for the life of the most helpless. Please invite your friends to come. Please plan to attend the annual life chain. we stand on the sidewalk, holding a sign showing our support for the right for life for the baby in the womb. We supply the small signs. We meet at Dr. William Fitzhugh’s Abortion clinic at the corner of the Boulevard and Grove ave. in Richmond. I estimate that Dr. Fitzhugh and his employees have killed between 250,000 to 300,000 babies in his 40 years or more of business. he has abortion clinics in Roanoke, Charlottesville and the Hampton area. He is possibly the top killer of babies in the USA. Please call Greene Hollowell for any questions-(804) 272-3556 or e-mail greene@vachristian.org   Read More

The Movie: I Can Only Imagine, Free Admission, June 23rd

The Movie: I Can Only Imagine, Free Admission, June 23rd

Free Admission - Download Flyer Single Life Movie NightJune 23rd, 4:15 pmLC AuditoriumLife Church8378 Atlee RoadMechanicsville, VA 23116 It’s the song that brings ultimate hope to so many … often in the midst of life’s most challenging moments. Amazingly, the song was written in mere minutes by MercyMe lead singer Bart Millard. In reality, those lyrics took a lifetime to craft. Although he found faith at a young age, life wasn’t easy for Bart. He leaned into an active imagination and his love of music as escapes from a troubled home life. As he grew older, Bart turned to football in hopes of somehow connecting with his abusive father. But a career-ending injury—combined with the vision of a teacher who saw unlimited potential—set Bart on a musical pathway. Read More

The Constitution Comes to Chesterfield, June 2nd

The Constitution Comes to Chesterfield, June 2nd

"If a nation... expects to be ignorant and free, they expect what never was, and never will be," said Thomas Jefferson. If Mr. Jefferson was right, and he usually was, American freedom is in for a rocky ride if we do not soon correct our dismal national ignorance of the Constitution.  Poll after dismal poll shows that Americans do not know even the most basic facts about the Constitution and the government it created.  In a 2014 poll, 64% or Americans could not even correctly name the three branches of government! Read More

Free Conference Saturday, April 21 Chantilly, Virginia: Kids, Sex, and the Public Schools: Healthy or Hurtful?

Free Conference Saturday, April 21 Chantilly, Virginia: Kids, Sex, and the Public Schools: Healthy or Hurtful?

Free Conference Saturday, April 21Sully District Government Center4900 Stonecroft BoulevardChantilly, Virginia (near Dulles)8 am to NoonPRINT FLYER  “Kids, Sex, and the Public Schools: Healthy or Hurtful”   Program Description: A consortium of local groups are hosting a free conference from 8 am to noon on Saturday, April 21, 2018, to raise awareness of the many controversial issues that currently pervade the Fairfax County Public Schools regarding sex, safety, health, and well-being of children. Read More

Thursday, April 12th, 2018 : Digital Cocaine Seminar

Thursday, April 12th, 2018 : Digital Cocaine Seminar

Thursday, April 12th, 2018 Richmond Christian School 6511 Belmont Road Chesterfield, VA DOWNLOAD FLYER Digital Cocaine: A Journey Toward iBalance seminar on Thursday, April 12th, 2018, Richmond Christian School What’s the difference between half a line of cocaine and an hour of playing a video game Nothing, as far as your brain is concerned. What can you do to be effective at multitasking Nothing, as far as your brain is concerned. Read More

Education and the Constitution Webinar Monday, March 26th, 8PM Eastern

Education and the Constitution Webinar Monday, March 26th, 8PM Eastern

Gary Porter | Constitution Leadership Initiative The Founders believed a well-educated people were a key component in the preservation of free government, yet they gave no power over education to the federal government in the Constitution. Why Today, the federal government is quite involved in the operation of state-run public education; how did that happen Finally, for those concerned about the effect of progressive education on American society, there is much to be concerned about.  What can be done Come prepared to learn and discuss. Please join me on Monday March 26th, at 8PM (Eastern Time). I would appreciate it if you would RSVP to the email address constitutionlead@gmail.com.  Please feel free to share this email and this Registration Link with your friends and family: http://financialeducationwebinars.com/ Read More

House of Delegates Republicans want “Sick Tax” to Expand Medicaid

House of Delegates Republicans want “Sick Tax” to Expand Medicaid

We need your help to stop Medicaid expansion in Virginia!   “Trump is lowering taxes; reducing regulations and the economy is on a tear. He has now committed to Medicaid funding cuts. Our Representatives below​ have voted to expand Obamacare Medicaid and raise taxes throughout the budget!​" Republican Delegates want a $307 million “Sick Tax” on hospitals (costs passed on to patients) in the two-year House budget to help pay for 300,000 (or 400,000) more Medicaid enrollees, including able-bodied Virginians with jobs.  So far, the Senate has not expanded Medicaid, but budget conferees will iron out the budget differences in a Conference Committee shortly. Read More

Virginia Watchmen Council Endorses Delegate Nick Freitas

Virginia Watchmen Council Endorses Delegate Nick Freitas

The Virginia Watchmen Council having met on Tuesday, January 16, 2018 at the Virginia Christian Alliance headquarters, is pleased to announce its endorsement of Virginia House of Delegates member Nicholas Freitas for the United States Senate, assuming Mr. Freitas satisfies the ballot requirement in the Virginia Republican Primary. In vetting the four Republican candidates from the Commonwealth currently running in the primary to select the Republican Party nominee for a seat in the United States Senate, one hour was allotted for each candidate review. Candidates were allotted three (3) minutes to make an opening statement, before responding “agree” or “disagree” to a series of 37 statements related to government, public policy and political worldview, each falling under one of the following four broad categories: Read More