North Carolina

HB2 Update and Action Items, Part I

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There is much to update you on since we last e-mailed you regarding HB2 and lots of action items.  We have so much we want to tell you that we have decided to break our update into two e-alerts.  Here is Part I, and Friday we will send you Part II.  Please do all you can to complete as many action items as possible and be sure to regularly pray for our great state in this regard. We thank you in advance for your attention to this matter.

State Legislature Adjourned for the Year with HB2 Intact

On June 30, 2016, we shared with you our concerns in regards to the possibility of HB2 being at risk through potential legislation, a draft filled with changes with which neither side was happy. We have great news! Our legislature adjourned for the year with HB2 intact, allowing only a few changes to HB2 — for people to bring claims for discrimination in state court in addition to federal courts.  Thank you for the many prayers and phone calls you made to your legislators in regards to this threat.  It clearly made a difference.

Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools Defy HB2

On June 20, in direct violation and defiance to state law HB2, Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) Superintendent Ann Blakeney Clark issued a directive to all CMS principals that students may go to the bathroom, locker rooms, etc. of the gender with which they currently identify.  This shows no regard for the privacy and protection of the students!  CMS Board of Education Board Chair, Mary McCray, stated that all CMS board members stand unanimously behind the CMS Superintendent Ann Clark’s plan. The citizens of North Carolina do not stand unanimously behind this directive.

Action Item: The board members need to hear from us! There is a Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board meeting Tuesday, August 9.  The Board needs to hear from constituents regarding the decision either by phone, by e-mail or in person.  Please contact the CMS Superintendent Ann Clark and the CMS Board of Education members before the August 9 school board meeting.  Respectfully urge them to protect the privacy and safety for all 146,000 Charlotte-Mecklenburg school students.

  • E-mail CMS Superintendent Ann Clark at
  • Click here for the names and contact info for all the CMS Board of Education members.

Gov. Pat McCrory’s office responded to Charlotte-Mecklenburg School Board.  “Instead of providing reasonable accommodations for some students facing unique circumstances, the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System made a radical change to their shower, locker room and restroom policy for all students,” said Graham Wilson, Press Secretary for McCrory. “This curiously-timed announcement that changes the basic expectations of privacy for students comes just after school let out and defies transparency, especially for parents. The Charlotte-Mecklenburg School System should have waited for the courts to make a decision instead of purposely breaking state law.”

Action Item: Although you have probably thanked/encouraged Gov. McCrory several times, please, once again, drop the governor a quick e-mail thanking him for his many courageous statements in support of HB2.

North Carolina Man Arrested for Indecent Exposure In Women’s Restroom

Shockingly, or not so much, in early July, a woman reported a man in a women’s restroom at a Charlotte restaurant.

North Carolina Values Coalition Launches New Campaign

Our coalition partner, the North Carolina Values Coalition, has launched a new campaign!  We are asking for North Carolina families, businesses and educators to share their stories, answering brief questions about how they really feel about HB2 and how it has protected them. Are you a Family MemberBusiness Owner, or Educator? Click the appropriate one and take five minutes to share your story.

Action: Please pass this e-alert on to your church, friends and family right now.  Thank you!

And Most Importantly, PRAY.
Continue to pray that truth and righteousness prevail. “But let justice roll down like waters, and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.” (Amos 5:24)

For Truth and Liberty in Christ,

Jill Coward
State Director
CWA of North Carolina



Urgent Alert: HB2 is at Risk! Join Us in Holding the Line –Today!

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HB2 is at risk. Please urge our legislators to not make any change to HB2.  Pray for their strength in the face of much opposition.

This week a draft bill surfaced that indicates some legislators are showing signs of significant cowering to the bullying of the NBA and big business.  This bill would alter HB2.  As some legislators strive to pacify both sides in the draft of this new bill, neither sides of this explosive issue are satisfied.  Those of us in support of the common sense bill, HB2, do not want it weakened in any way.  Those in opposition to HB2 will not accept any changes other than a complete repeal.

There are many concerning elements to this draft legislation.  The most concerning is the recognition of a person who has had gender reassignment and would receive a document referred to as a “certificate of sex reassignment”. Therefore, it allows those individuals with sufficient paperwork into the bathroom of the gender with which they identify.  One can’t help but to ask, how would this even play out?  If I am in the ladies room, and someone who appears to be dressed like a woman, or a man dressed like a man, enters, do I ask that individual for their paperwork?  No, this change alone to HB2 guts HB2.

We must continue to speak out strongly to Gov. McCrory and our legislators. They heard us before and rightly stood strong for the protection and privacy for women and children in our state. They must hear us again! Do not allow the bullies to gain any traction.


  1. Call and email Gov. McCrory at (919) 814-2000 /
  2. Call Lt. Gov. Dan Forest at (919) 733-7350, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger (R-District 26) at (919) 733-5708, House Speaker Tim Moore (R-District 1111) at (919)733-3451, and Rep. Dan Bishop (R-District 104) who introduced HB2 at (919) 715-3009. Encourage them to be strong in the face of the opposition. Urge them to continue to stand with the people.
  3. Call and email your legislators. Use the tool to find who represents you and how to contact each of them. Urge them to stand strong for HB2 which protects the privacy of our citizens.
  4. If you haven’t already, contact the corporations that have shamefully bullied the state of North Carolina after receiving thousands of dollars in taxpayer dollars through incentives. Click here for list and contact information.
  5. Go to, in which CWA of North Carolina is a coalition member, to read articles, talking points and more.
  6. Please pass this e-alert immediately to friends, family and churches.

PLEASE PRAY:  “O my God, incline Your ear and hear. Open Your eyes and see our desolations, and the city that is called by Your name. For we do not present our pleas before You because of our righteousness, but because of Your great mercy. O Lord, hear; O Lord, forgive. O Lord, pay attention and act. Delay not, for your own sake, O my God, because Your city and Your people are called by Your name.” (Daniel 9:18-19)

 Thank you for all you are doing on this important issue.  The nation is watching.  We must stay strong!

CWA of North Carolina Will Not Be Silent As Obama Invades Our Children’s Privacy

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The battle continues over the great state of North Carolina over this bathroom issue.  We must stay strong as we now fight the White House.

Earlier this month every public school system in the country received a letter from the Obama Administration (The U.S. Department of Justice and Education Release a Joint Guidance to Help Schools Ensure the Civil Rights of Transgender Students), mandating that transgender students be allowed to use bathrooms and locker rooms consistent with their gender identity (as opposed to their birth certificate) or the school districts will lose Federal funds under Title IX.

In a press release, Penny Nance, CEO and President of Concerned Women for America, stated, “The Obama Administration once again overstepped legal boundaries by redefining the scope and reach of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and slapping the heavy hand of government on local schools.  Whether or not people who identify as transgender are indeed a protected class will get worked out in the courts.  Meanwhile, schools all over this nation, which have rightly worked on a case by case basis to accommodate kids struggling with gender dysphoria, may be forced to violate the privacy of other students and perhaps even create trauma for the very kids Obama pretends to protect.

“Local school districts with the input of parents and health professionals should be setting school policy on such a sensitive and controversial issue, not Washington.

“Finally, the left always uses children to accomplish its goals of social reengineering. The adults closest to these children should decide what’s best for all the children in the school.  Safety and kindness should be the guiding principles, not threats from the bullies in Washington.”

As Matt Barber points out, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg acknowledges, writing in the Washington Post, “Separate places to disrobe, sleep, perform personal bodily functions are permitted, in some situations required, by regard for individual privacy.” Moreover, Congress has, without fail, rejected efforts to include “gender identity” or “sexual orientation” in federal law. It is abundantly clear that the lawmakers who drafted and passed Titles VII and IX never dreamed that “sex” might include a man laboring under the delusion that he’s a woman.

“School districts that dare defy the administration’s directive could face lawsuits and lose millions of dollars in federal funding.  There is no room in our schools for discrimination of any kind, including discrimination against transgender students on the basis of their sex,” Attorney General Loretta Lynch said.”

The state of North Carolina has the right to set guidelines themselves without Federal overreach. 

We could not be more proud of our governor and the North Carolina General Assembly for courageously engaging in this battle for some time now without wavering.

What is needed now is continued prayers and encouragement for our great governor and legislators who persevere under great intimidation.

Please Take Action!

  • Contact Attorney General Roy Cooper and State Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson. Cooper has clearly opposed HB2.  Atkinson has, at the least, been passive concerning HB2.  Please tell them to stand up for the children of North Carolina and not to follow this outrageous federal directive that puts our children in danger.

Attorney General Roy Cooper
9001 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-9001
(919) 716-6400
Click here to submit your concerns.  Be sure to address them to Attorney General Roy Cooper.

North Carolina Department of Public Instruction June Atkinson
6301 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699-6301
(919) 807-3300
Click here to submit your concerns.  Be sure to address them to State Superintendent of Public Instruction June Atkinson.

  • Contact your regional superintendent, local school superintendent and school board members. Show up at the next regularly scheduled board meeting and speak in opposition to the Obama directive.
  • Continue to contact Gov. Pat McCrory.  Thank him for the courage and resilience he has demonstrated in the face of intense opposition.  Let him know that you are praying for him.
  • Forward this e-alert to friends and family and ask them to pray and take action on this.

Please Pray!

  • “Therefore everyone who hears these words of mine and puts them into practice is like a wise man who built his house on the rock.” (Matthew 7:24)
  • As one of CWA’s recent articles, Christ Restoring a Male/Female Identity in a Sexually Confused World, concluded with, “Aligning ourselves with God’s plan for man and woman is the solution side of the problem.  Let us pray deeply for the ability to live into our male and female identity with more fullness, that we might offer a restorative picture for all of the world.”
  • Pray for the leaders listed above by name.  May they have the courage to do what’s right before God and on behalf of our children.

To be silent is to be complicit.

Farewell from North Carolina State Director Sheri Miller – May, 2016

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Dear CWA of North Carolina leaders, members and friends,

The time has come for me to say farewell to the great state of North Carolina. With heartfelt emotion of 25 years of blessed memories, of faith, family, friends, and ministry, on May 25, 2016, my husband Tom and I will be moving to Southern California to join family. We have felt God’s daily presence, favor, and assurance. Your prayers for His continued peace to guide us through every step of our cross-country move, is greatly appreciated.

It has been an immense privilege to serve you for seven years as the Concerned Women for America of North Carolina State Director. The outstanding 30-member leadership team and faithful members have impacted our great state with consistent prayer and action. We have stood strong as a voice for truth to defend marriage between one man and one woman, to protect North Carolina’s courts from Sharia Law, to repeal Common Core, to defend life in the womb, to defend women and children’s safety and privacy in bathrooms and to uphold religious liberty so that every North Carolinian is free to live, work, and go to school according to their faith without fear of government interference.

I am extremely proud of the many CWA of North Carolina accomplishments through the years and look forward to hearing how our Father God will continue to do great things through this wonderful organization and its faithful supporters in the years to come. God has abundantly provided a stellar State Steering Committee fully equipped to carry on for “such a time as this.”  I have no doubt that the almost 20 year legacy of  shedding Biblical light in the area of public policy through prayer, education and action, will continue through CWA of North Carolina as a light, a city on the hill that cannot be hidden. The committee consists of Interim State Contact and Communications Coordinator Jill Coward, Associate Director and Legislative Liaison Mary Frances Forrester, Prayer/Action Chapter Coordinator Barbara McCollum, Records Liaison Phyllis Philemon, 535 Coordinator and Federal Legislation Coordinator Miriam Harris and State Legislative Action Leaders Andrea George and Jan Lewis.

What an honor it has been to serve Him together with these wonderfully gifted State Steering Committee members, along with the state-wide Prayer/Action Leaders, Home Team Captains and Home District Liaisons who faithfully make a difference through prayer and action, serving Concerned Women for America of North Carolina!

All communications with the Steering Committee will now go through Jill Coward at  She will be happy to help you with any questions or comments.

My heart is full of gratitude to the Lord for each one of you. I will miss you and hold you in my heart, always giving thanks for you in my prayers (Ephesians 1:16)!

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Sheri Miller
State Director
CWA of North Carolina

Support for North Carolina Governor’s Lawsuit in Response to Department of Justice Overreach

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Washington, D.C. – Today, North Carolina Governor Pat McCrory filed suit against the Department of Justice after being ordered to drop the state’s “bathroom” law. Concerned Women for America CEO and President Penny Nance had this to say:

“Concerned Women for America wholly supports Gov. McCrory’s lawsuit against the Department of Justice. DOJ’s actions are classic federal overreach, which affects not just schools and government buildings, but also private businesses.

“Concerned Women for America strongly believes that both states and private businesses have the Constitutional freedom to oppose bathroom politics and to protect citizens.  We are not concerned with people who identify as transgender committing sexual assault but, instead, that allowing anyone to enter a restroom of their choice permits easy access for sexual offenders.

“This issue is not about bathrooms; if that were the case, the left would work for transgender use of already-in-effect “family” restrooms. “Gender identity” laws allow for more government interference and increase unnecessary lawsuits as we are already seeing in North Carolina.

“However, the biggest issue is the safety of women and children. Thirty-three percent of rape or sexual assault incidents to female victims were perpetrated on school property or in a public area such as a commercial venue. In addition, there are over 840,000 registered sex offenders in the U.S. and its territories who would, under these laws, be allowed in public women’s restrooms.

“Concerned Women for America will continue to fight for the safety of the general public. We will not stand by as political correctness puts our children in harm’s way.”

For an interview with Penny Nance contact Janae Stracke at or 712-269-1724.

CWA’s CEO and President Calls on All Americans to Support North Carolina

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Dear Friend,

My phone has been ringing with urgent calls from state leaders in North Carolina, pleading for help from Concerned Women for America (CWA).

These brave leaders stepped up for common sense by passing a simple, much-needed law preventing transgendered men from sharing a public restroom, locker room, or shower facility with your wife, daughter, or mother … and vice versa.

But the radical Left and the gay lobby are now up in arms, pushing America’s top companies like Apple, Google, Pepsi, and others to pull their businesses out of the state unless the bathroom law is repealed.

Make no mistake – this is corporate blackmail.

That’s why North Carolina leaders are pleading for our help … and why I am urging you to join me and send a letter to the CEOs of some of America’s top companies, telling them you support this commonsense legislation!

Please don’t delay. Act today!


Penny Nance
CEO and President
Concerned Women for America

Stand by HB2 – Support Gov. Pat McCrory and North Carolina Businesses, Attend Events and More!

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North Carolina has been inundated by businesses, large-scale corporations, and film-makers who neither live nor vote in North Carolina yet are expressing venomous hostility because of the recent passage of HB2. Their views are not a reflection of the majority of North Carolinians, 70 percent of whom wanted Charlotte’s ordinance repealed.

Gov. Pat McCrory and the North Carolina businesses that have publicly supported HB2, need your support!

Please Take Action NOW!

1.    If you are a North Carolina business owner, please sign up to be a part of the growing list of businesses in support of HB2 and the actions taken by Gov. McCrory and the General Assembly.  Click here to be counted.

2.    Send a message to the companies who are trying to intimidate Gov. McCrory and our state legislators. Click here for a list of companies who have publicly issued statements or tweets against HB2.  Click on each company for their contact information.  Respectfully express your disappointment over their opposition to HB2 and ask that they support HB2 for the sake of women and children.

3.    Show your appreciation and support to Gov. McCrory and the General Assembly. Please let them know how much you appreciate their courage to stand for women and children’s protection and rights in the midst of great controversy.

  • E-mail and call Gov. McCrory at 919-814-2000 or 919-814-2050.
  • E-mail and call your legislators.  Call and e-mail both your representative and senator and thank them if they voted for HB2 and respectfully express your disappointment if they did not.  Click here for House votes and here for Senate.  If you don’t know who your legislators are click here to find out who your specific legislators are and how to contact them.
  • Call Lt. Governor Dan Forest at (919) 733-7350, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger (R-District 26) at (919) 733-5708, House Speaker Tim Moore (R-District 1111) at (919)733-3451, and Rep. Dan Bishop (R-District 104) who introduced HB2 at (919) 715-3009.

4.    Attend scheduled events.

  • Prayer Vigil: April 19 – Havelock at Havelock City Park – 7:00 pm. If it rains gathering will be held at Community Baptist Church, 7648 Highway 70, Newport, NC 28570. Click here for more information.
  • Rally: April 25 – Raleigh at Halifax Mall located directly behind the Legislative Building – 12 Noon. Click here for more information under “Urgent Bulletin”.

5.    Click here and sign the petition to stand with Gov. McCrory.

6.    Show the court of public opinion that the vast majority of people support HB2.  Vote NO to the Triangle Business Journal’s question, Is N.C.’s transgender legislation bad for business? (You may vote one time per “IP Address.” Which means you may vote one time on your computer, one time on your smart phone, and one time on your ipad/e-reader.)

7.    Forward this e-alert on to friends and family.

Please PRAY that our state servants would remain encouraged and continue to stand strong for our religious liberties.  “Let us not become weary in doing good, for at the proper time we will reap a harvest if we do not give up.” (Galatians 6:9)

More information:

The Coalition, of which Concerned Women for America (CWA) of North Carolina is a member, released the following statement: 

“While business owners in other states have received criticism and have even been forced out of business for standing up for common sense, hundreds (334) of North Carolina business owners have signed on to a letter thanking Governor Pat McCrory and the General Assembly for passing a law affirming the privacy and safety of businesses, women, and children to live and work in accordance with their deeply held beliefs. These businesses approve and applaud Governor McCrory for supporting women and children, over being politically correct.”

“North Carolina is consistently one of the top five states in the nation for business and economic growth. Any businesses threatening to not do business in our great state based on dishonest attacks by opponents of women’s and girls’ privacy and safety are only hurting themselves. Thanks to Governor McCrory and the General Assembly’s leadership and immediate action for ensuring that North Carolinians’ privacy and safety receive maximum protection. North Carolina will continue to flourish; it would be a shame for any companies to miss out on that simply because they believe men should be allowed into locked rooms with girls and women.” (

Due to vocal threats and bullying from the LGBT community, some business owners feared for the well-being of their business and families. For this reason, some preferred to remain anonymous by name. (Click here to see the business supporters by industry.)

View list of time-stamped signees willing to be identified publicly, thus far, showing the incredibly large outpouring of support for the passage of HB2 of the North Carolina business community.

Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Classifications: No Demonstrable Effect On Job Creation Or Economic Growth


Great News! Charlotte Bathroom Ordinance Overturned in Special Session!

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By the passing of HB2 on March 23, 2016, during a special session of the North Carolina General Assembly, the Charlotte Bathroom Ordinance was overturned and signed into law.  Thanks be to God!

The Public Facilities Privacy & Security Act, HB2: “An act to provide for single sex multiple occupancy bathroom and changing facilities in schools and public agencies and to create statewide consistency in regulation of employment and public accommodations.”

With the passing of HB2 women and children’s safety and privacy is protected, as well as the religious rights of businesses, throughout the state.  North Carolina is the first state in the entire country to call for a special session to overturn a sexual orientation and gender identity issue.

HB2 passed the House with a vote of 82 to 26 with 10 Democrats voting yes; and a Senate vote of 32 to 0 after the Democrats walked out prior to the vote. The Governor kept his promise and signed the bill into law.

We are thankful that the North Carolina General Assembly heard the voice of the people. We are thankful to Gov. Pat McCrory, Lt. Governor Dan Forest, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger (R-District 26), House Speaker Tim Moore (R-District 111) and Rep. Dan Bishop (R-District 104) for the leadership and resolve they exhibited throughout the process. We are thankful for our partnership with the NC Values Coalition team, who stood for Judeo-Christian values, constitutional principles, and common sense.

We are thankful for YOU! It was your prayers, your voices for truth, showing up at rallies, volunteering your time, signing petitions and your tens of thousands of e-mails and phone calls to your legislators and to Gov. McCrory that made a difference.

There was no way to have policed the bathroom ordinance because its entire premise was based on feelings not facts. See CWA’s brochure: Feelings vs. Fact: The Gender Identity Issue.

Please Take Action:

  1. We are thankful that the North Carolina General Assembly heard the voice of the people and overturned the bathroom ordinance. Call and e-mail both your representative and senator and thank them if they voted for HB2 and respectfully express your disappointment if they did not.  Click here for House votes and here for Senate.  If you don’t know who your legislators are click here to find out who your specific legislators are and how to contact them.
  2. Please thank Gov. McCrory by calling and e-mailing him at and 919-814-2000 or 919-814-2050.
  3. Please call and thank the following for their leadership in overturning the Charlotte bathroom ordinance by the passing of HB2: Lt. Governor Dan Forest at (919) 733-7350, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger at (919) 733-5708, House Speaker Tim Moore at (919)733-3451. and Rep. Dan Bishop, who introduced HB2, at (919) 715-3009.

Pray with thanksgiving.  Praise God through our risen Savior Jesus Christ our Lord, that Charlotte’s bathroom ordinance was overturned by the passing of HB2. Pray for those who oppose the new law, and for the gender-confused to be convicted with repentance and truth of God’s holy and distinct creation. “God created male and female, He created them.” (Genesis 2:27)







Charlotte’s Bathroom Ordinance Set to be Voted on TOMORROW During Special Session

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Victory is in Sight! Please give your attention to this matter one more time.

We praise God that on March 22, Lt. Governor Dan Forest and Speaker Tim Moore (R-District 111) announced in a joint statement that the North Carolina General Assembly would return for a special session on Wednesday, March 23.

“The Senate and House have received the necessary number of signatures from members of the General Assembly to call themselves back into session. In accordance with the State Constitution, we will so call for a special session. We aim to repeal this ordinance before it goes into effect to provide for the privacy and protection of the women and children of our state.”

We are thankful that our elected leaders heard the voice of the people. It was your prayers, your voices for truth, showing up at rallies, and your tens of thousands of e-mails and phone calls to your legislators and to Gov. Pat McCrory that made a difference.

North Carolina is the first state in the entire country to call for a special session to overturn a sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI) issue.

We are thankful to Lt. Governor Dan Forest, Senate President Pro Tempore Phil Berger (R-District 26), and House Speaker Tim Moore, and for our partnership with the NC Values Coalition team, who stand for Judeo-Christian values, constitutional principles, and common sense.

Legally allowing men, or men appearing as women, to enter women’s bathrooms, showers, and locker rooms, at any time for any reason is beyond common sense and beyond belief. The Charlotte bathroom ordinance places our women and children in danger.  Business owners will face fines and possible jail time for violating the ordinance. Our only hope to protect children, women, and businesses across the state is for the Governor and General Assembly to overturn the local ordinance in its entirety, ensuring that no city in North Carolina is allowed to pass a bathroom ordinance.

The victory is in sight, but in order to bring it home, your urgent prayers and action are needed.

Please Take Action NOW!

  • Call and e-mail both your representative and senator and ask them to overturn the “Nondiscrimination Ordinance”.  Click here to find out who your specific legislators are and how to contact them.
  • Call and e-mail Gov. McCrory and ask him to sign the override of the “Nondiscrimination Ordinance” into law as soon as he receives it from the General Assembly.  He needs to sign it before April 1, before the ordinance goes into effect. Contact him at and 919-814-2000 or 919-814-2050.
  • Plan to come to Raleigh, Wednesday, March 23, to show support for overturning this dangerous ordinance. To register and to receive an information packet, plan on arriving between 9:00-9:30 a.m. at the 3rd floor auditorium in the Legislative Building. Perhaps you’ll be asked to attend a committee hearing meeting, or to talk with your legislator, or to sit in on the House or Senate sessions. Please come and be part of this historical day.

Legislative Building
3rd Floor Auditorium
16 West Jones Street
Raleigh, NC  27601

  • Volunteer for the morning registration tables. Send your name and e-mail address to to sign up.
  • Forward this e-alert now to like-minded friends, family, pastors, etc. and encourage them to take part in this historical moment in our great state.

Pray with thanksgiving that a special session has been called. Pray that God’s wisdom and truth guide the General Assembly and Gov. McCory to repeal Charlotte’s Bathroom Ordinance, ensuring that no such ordinance passes in cities throughout our state.

“Rejoice always, pray without ceasing, and in everything give thanks, for this is God’s will for you in Christ Jesus” (I Thessalonians 5:16-18).

For Freedom!

Sheri Miller
State Director
CWA North Carolina
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