Sunday, April 22, 2012

[Peninsula-Patriots] Fw: "Healing of America" Seminar Series: God's hand in the Building of America

 
DeWitt Edwards 
"DUTY to my God, Family and Country - HONOR to myself and others - RESPECT to all, who deserve it" 
A nation of sheep breeds a government of wolves. 



From the Mechanicsville Tea Party:
 
 
 
 
 
The Thomas Jefferson Center for Constitutional
Studies invites you to attend the first
"Healing of America" Seminar Series called
 
 
God's Hand in the Building of America
 
 
In this seminar, you will learn about the greatness of the American Founding Fathers and will see how they were indeed inspired of God.  You will appreciate more than ever that the hand of God was clearly evident in the building of this great land. 
 
It will also become evident that the God of heaven did not establish the first free people in modern times just to allow them to collapse into oblivion.
 
Most importantly, you will understand that America really can be healed, and that the Founders' dream can be renewed and realized. 
 
This is the first of four essential seminars.  It will be taught at:
 
Gold Coast Pizza  
155 Junction Drive, Ashland VA
Saturday, May 5, 2012
 
How much is America and your Freedom worth to you?  Spend a little time and effort and join us for one of the most important seminars you will ever attend.
 
Cost: $39 per person if purchased by April 21st. Price includes a personal workbook After the 21st the cost will be $49.. For more Information please contact: Denise Calton at 804-781-0431 or dghc4@msn.com. To ensure space is available, contact her as soon as possible.
 
 






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