Eagles Rock Diocese Summit 2012, August 31, 2012


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On August 31, 2012, Virginia Christian Alliance Board Members, Terry Beatley, Donald Blake and Steve Waters attended the 2012 Eagles Rock Diocese Summit at the New Life Anointed Ministries Church in Woodbridge, Virginia.

Terry instructed a workshop title “The Role of Christians in Civil Government” that included the following topics:

* losing parental rights, including making decisions for your children to go to church on Sunday

* the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution are rooted in the word of God — why aren’t our children learning these facts

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* the role of Christians in civil government

* exploring Hosea 4:6 – My people parish for lack of knowledge.

Don Blake spoke briefly about several issues and upcoming events and about the Virginia Christian Alliance. Many in attendance stayed after to talk with Don and Terry and pick up literature.


Top Photo: Virginia Christian Alliance Board Members Don Blake and Terry Beatley.  Lower right photo: Bishop Eugene V. Reeves

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