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Update on the City of Fayetteville Ordinance Plus Prayers Regarding Hurricane Florence

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Public Policy Storm Threat Passes by Fayetteville

First of all, I want to thank each of you who responded to our e-alert concerning Fayetteville City Council’s plans to attempt to add “gender identity” and “sexual orientation” to its non-discrimination policies at their September 10 meeting.

We have since learned the proposal had been removed from the Monday agenda due to the large number of emails the Council members had received.  Thank you, Lord!

Their proposal was in direct violation of state law to reset SL 2016-3 of HB 142 which states, “No local government in this State may enact or amend an ordinance regulating private employment practices or REGULATING PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS.”

Though the City Attorney claims that HB142 does not apply to the council’s new ordinance, we disagree. Our concerns are that this ordinance could inspire discrimination cases against bakers, florists, photographers, printers, and all those trying to live out their faith, just as we have seen all across our nation in recent years.

Though it was taken off Monday’s agenda, this time, we cannot let our guard down.  We must remain on offense. There is still a possibility it will appear on the Monday, October 1, agenda. We will continue to monitor this, and if necessary, we will be ready with another e-alert.

Please pray this proposal will not reappear on their October 1 agenda.

“Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. What you have learned and received and heard and seen in me—practice these things, and the God of peace will be with you.” (Philippians 4:8-9).

Hurricane Florence Threatens North Carolina

As you know, many of us across our state, as well as South Carolina and Virginia have been targeted by Florence.

Please join me in praying Scripture for those in the path of Hurricane Florence.  Pray the Lord calms this storm, provides protection, and is our refuge and strength.

“God is our refuge and strength, A very present help in trouble. Therefore we will not fear, Even though the earth be removed, And though the mountains be carried into the midst of the sea; Though its waters roar and be troubled, Though the mountains shake with its swelling. Selah” (Psalm 46:1-3).

 

“Be merciful to me, O God, be merciful to me! For my soul trusts in You; And in the shadow of Your wings I will make my refuge, Until these calamities have passed by. I will cry out to God Most High, To God who performs all things for me” (Psalm 57:1-2).

“Do not be afraid of sudden terror, Nor of trouble from the wicked when it comes; For the LORD will be your confidence, And will keep your foot from being caught” (Proverbs 3:25-26).

“We are hard-pressed on every side, yet not crushed; we are perplexed, but not in despair; persecuted, but not forsaken; struck down, but not destroyed” (2 Corinthians 4:8-9)’

“For we know that if our earthly house, this tent, is destroyed, we have a building from God, a house not made with hands, eternal in the heavens” (2 Corinthians 5:1).

In Truth and Righteousness,

Jill Coward
State Director
CWA of North Carolina
[email protected]
nc.cwfa.org

Would you like to get involved with CWA of North Carolina? Join a Prayer/Action Chapter.  Contact me today to find out if there is a CWA chapter in your area.

Would you like to partner with CWA of North Carolina! Please DONATE to CWA of North Carolina.  Our state is run exclusively by volunteers and supported 100 percent through donations. On the CWA of North Carolina website a lighthouse is pictured, symbolizing that we are to be a light in the darkness. In these dark days, we appreciate your contribution to CWA of North Carolina. Regardless of the amount, it will make a difference in North Carolina through prayer and action. Thank you for prayerfully considering this opportunity. 

Do you want to receive CWA of North Carolina E-Alerts? If someone forwarded you this e-alert and you would like to be on our e-alert list, please contact me.

 

 

City of Fayetteville Needs Your Help and Prayers Before Monday, September 10

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Dear Friends,

Do you, or someone you know, live in the city of Fayetteville?  If so, we greatly need both your prayers and help.  We urge all citizens to be in prayer for this issue.

It has come to our attention that Fayetteville City Council on Monday evening at 7:00 p.m., September 10, plans to attempt to add “gender identity” and “sexual orientation” to its non-discrimination policies. This is in direct violation of state law to reset SL 2016-3 of HB 142 that states, “No local government in this State may enact or amend an ordinance regulating private employment practices or REGULATING PUBLIC ACCOMMODATIONS.”

If these descriptions are added, Fayetteville’s public or private entities will be vulnerable to lawsuits such as the ones we see across our nation against people of faith.  We’ve seen it in the news for years now, discrimination cases against bakers, photographers, printers, on and on. Their faith became illegal.

Please, do all you can to stand with the citizens and private businesses of Fayetteville.  They need you!

Our hope is that if there is enough opposition, they will drop this controversial topic from the Monday night agenda.

PRAY:

  1. Pray that the City Council members will realize the onerous consequences if such an ordinance passes.
  2. Pray for each member by name.  Ask the Lord to give them wisdom and courage.

 ACT:

  1. Please forward this on to all those you know in Fayetteville and ask them to both pray and act.
  2. If you live in the city of Fayetteville, please sign the petitionrequesting that the city council members do not pass the proposed ordinance amendment.
  3. If you live in the city of Fayetteville and have signed the petition, please contact each council member by email and/or phone.  Click here to do so.  Click on each name in the left column for their contact information. Make it easy – write out a message and copy and paste it into an email to each member.
  4. If you live in the city of Fayetteville, consider attending the meeting.  It will be held in the Council Chamber at 433 Hay Street, Fayetteville.
  5. Mark your calendar to be praying at 7:00 p.m. for this meeting.

Note: Please do not take action if you do not live in the city of Fayetteville.  It is imperative that they only hear from those this decision would affect.

For more information: An article in the Fayetteville Observer yesterday, Sexuality, Gender Spark Debate on Fayetteville Council, laid out the sides of the debate.

“Finally, brothers, whatever is true, whatever is honorable, whatever is just, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is commendable, if there is any excellence, if there is anything worthy of praise, think about these things. What you have learned and received and heard and seen in me—practice these things, and the God of peace will be with you.” (Philippians 4:8-9).

In Truth and Righteousness,

Jill Coward
State Director
CWA of North Carolina
[email protected]

Would you like to get involved with CWA of North Carolina? Join a Prayer/Action Chapter.  Contact me today to find out if there is a CWA chapter in your area.

Would you like to partner with CWA of North Carolina! Please DONATE to CWA of North Carolina.  Our state is run exclusively by volunteers and supported 100 percent through donations. On the CWA of North Carolina website a lighthouse is pictured, symbolizing that we are to be a light in the darkness. In these dark days, we appreciate your contribution to CWA of North Carolina. Regardless of the amount, it will make a difference in North Carolina through prayer and action. Thank you for prayerfully considering this opportunity. 

Do you want to receive CWA of North Carolina E-Alerts? If someone forwarded you this e-alert and you would like to be on our e-alert list, please contact me.

 

 

 

Support Supreme Court Nominee Kavanaugh With Both Prayer and Action

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Dear Friend,

As you know, there has been much excitement regarding President Trump’s nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court.  And CWA has been involved from the beginning.  They immediately launched an eight-state bus tour to key states, largely to reach undecided senators. Go to WomenForKavanaugh.com regularly to track their activities, articles, videos, interviews, etc.

North Carolina is blessed to have both Senators Thom Tillis (R-North Carolina) and Richard Burr (R-North Carolina) public support of Judge Kavanaugh.

Both senators publicly have stated Judge Kavanaugh’s impeccable credentials as a fair-minded jurist. And, Sen. Burr further stated, “I am confident we will fulfill that responsibility fairly and promptly to ensure a complete and qualified Supreme Court.”
Please pray. With such a heavy assignment before the Senate with some who are still undecided, I cannot state how important this time of prayer is.

  • Pray that Judge Kavanaugh will be confirmed.
  • Commit to praying through CWA’s seven-day prayer guide beginning tomorrow, August 28 and ending on Tuesday, September 4, the first day of the hearings. As Mario advises, “Justice is a spiritual matter. Jesus actually called it one of the “weightier matters of the law” (see Matthew 23:23). There are forces working tirelessly to pervert justice who see Judge Kavanaugh as a real threat to their schemes. Let us stand united in prayer asking God, above all, that His will be done.

Please take action:

  • Contact both Sen. Tillis and Sen. Burr.  Thank them for supporting Judge Kavanaugh.  Be sure to let them know that you are a member of Concerned Women for America of North Carolina.
  • Though North Carolina’s senators both stand in favor of Judge Kavanaugh, there are others in our nation who are vehemently opposing him, some, for no other reason than his political label. For this reason, please share this e-alert with family and friends living in other states.

As you know, the negative criticisms of Judge Kavanaugh has been relentless.  Mario Diaz, Legal Counsel for CWA, recently stated, “That he is so fiercely opposed by the radical liberals tells you a lot.  Judge Kavanaugh has proven himself to be an impartial judge seeking to apply the Constitution as written, refusing to legislate from the bench which is what the left demands.” He further stated, “Justice demands much more than specific outcomes on specific cases. It is a reality that encompasses all of life. This is what we seek on any judicial nominee: a constitutional justice who understands his limited role as a judge.

We must return constitutional balance at the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn the extremely radical shift we are seeing in the culture. Diaz has stated the extraordinary importance of this nomination when he said, “We have a chance to turn the tide of liberal-leaning decisions — which have been so detrimental to our nation — for decades to come. It is incumbent upon us to make the sacrifices needed today to preserve freedom and the Constitution for the next generation… We must act with a sense of purpose and calling to embrace the chance that God has given us. We must be strategic and disciplined in our engagement. We must strive to represent God and His principles well in all that we do.”

What can we expect?
The Washington Times reported, “The Senate has already begun receiving documents they have requested. Ultimately, they are likely to receive up to 1 million pages of documents from Judge Kavanaugh’s tenure in the White House Counsel’s Office and Office of Independent Counsel. When that is complete it will be the largest document production for a Supreme Court nominee ever….This document production very well may include more pages than the last five Supreme Court nominations combined. By comparison, Justice Elena Kagan had zero experience as a judge to Judge Kavanaugh’s 12, and produced about 170,000 pages of her White House records.”

The hearing process can take several days; with Gorsuch it took four.  Jaime Ballew, CWA House Legislative Director, states the following: “After the hearings are complete, the Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on his nomination, and then he will move to the full Senate for consideration. For context, both Gorsuch and Sotomayor took 66 days from nomination to confirmation. Leader McConnell has stated that Kavanaugh will be on the court for the October term. Therefore, we are looking at a late-September, full-Senate vote.”

Let our voices resound in the heavens through the power of our prayers, and, on earth, as we take action.

For Truth and Righteousness,

Jill Coward
State Director
CWA of North Carolina
[email protected]
nc.cwfa.org

If someone forwarded you this e-alert and you would like to be on our e-alert list, please contact me.

Are You Tired of Paying for Abortions With Your Taxes?

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Dear Friend,

Are you tired of paying for abortions with your taxes? I sure am! Together, we have a chance to do something about it!

In less than two weeks, it will be the last day to post your comments expressing your views to U. S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Azar. After the 60-day comment period is up, HHS will review the comments and issue a final rule based on the public’s feedback.  The deadline is Tuesday, July 31. So far about 66,000 comments have been posted. We do not yet know how many are positive or negative. But, it has been reported that HHS was anticipating 10% positive and 90% negative. So, we are praying that all pro-life warriors will unite and let your voices be heard at HHS!

We have a great and urgent opportunity to shift taxpayer funds away from abortionists and direct funds toward real health centers. Planned Parenthood alone receives at least $50 million from Title X, and 90% of the women who enter their clinics have abortions. A new proposed rule directs money away from abortion providers.

Together we can influence the right to life on a national level. The opposition will not take their hand out of the cookie jar without significant opposition.  

We are in need of substantive comments and lots of them. The opposition is already fighting this because abortion is big business and they love their government subsidies. Planned Parenthood is mobilized with an army contacting HHS Secretary Azar.  They will sue and intimidate, so we must be vigilant, mobilized, passionate, strong and courageous on behalf of unborn babies.

From our June 20, 2018 e-alert, you can see the variety of ways where Planned Parenthood unashamedly promotes pornographic instruction materials along with additional information about abortion, sells aborted baby body parts, and participates in human trafficking, etc. (https://concernedwomen.org/dont-miss-out-on-the-opportunity-to-take-tax-money-from-planned-parenthood-3/)

It’s time; let’s take action! Enough is enough! Let us defend the right to life! 

Take Action:

  1. Please click here for more information about the regulation as well as step-by-step instruction on how to submit a comment.  We have provided a comment you can easily copy and paste (if you don’t have time to write a comment yourself), and the link to the comment submission form. It only takes about 5 minutes to do.
  2. Please pass this e-alert on to family and friends! Encourage them to both pray and take action.Let us join in prayer together: “Lord, we love YOU!  Thank YOU for creating us!  We ask that You bless our efforts as we speak out boldly for the unborn. We cry out to you to multiply our efforts to send a lasting and convincing message. In the powerful name of Jesus. Amen”

“… praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, being watchful to this end with all perseverance and supplication for all the saints— [ … that we] may speak boldly, as [we] ought to speak” (Ephesians 6:18, 20).

Again, the deadline is July 31; please comment right away and then use the remainder of the time to encourage those you know to comment as well.

For Life and Liberty,

Jill Coward
State Director
CWA of North Carolina
[email protected]
nc.cwfa.org

Would you like to get involved with CWA of North Carolina?
Join a Prayer/Action ChapterContact me today to find out if there is a CWA chapter in your area.

Would you like to partner with CWA of North Carolina!
Please DONATE to CWA of North Carolina.  Our state is run exclusively by volunteers and supported 100 percent through donations. The lighthouse is pictured on our CWA of North Carolina website symbolizing that we are to be a light in the darkness. In these dark days, we appreciate your contribution to CWA of North Carolina. And again we thank you … your donation will make a difference in North Carolina through prayer and action. 

If someone forwarded you this e-alert and you would like to be on our e-alert list, please contact me.

CWA of North Carolina’s 18th Annual Day at The Capital Review

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Dear Friend,

In early June, CWA of North Carolina enjoyed our 18th Annual Day at The Capital as we made our voices heard.  We were once again joined by North Carolina Values Coalition.  Approximately 25 were in attendance.  We had a legislative briefing, lobbied our legislators and held a chapel service with our legislators. Our beloved Associate Director, Mary Frances Forrester, presented a stirring and inspiring devotion on the history and importance of our cherished American flag.

We lobbied our legislators on the following concerns:

  1. Pass HB575, Require Info About Abortion Pill Reversal – Require Info About Abortion Pill Reversal so that women seeking a chemical abortion will be told that there is a process to reverse the abortion if they change their minds.
  2. Parents Right To KnowRemind our legislators to allow parents to know and have more access to school lesson plans and curriculum involving human sexuality and bullying prevention. Sex Ed programs were being carried out in Cumberland, Onslow, Carteret, and Wayne Counties; but parents were not notified nor invited to review and discuss these new sex materials being adopted. Unfortunately, in this culture today, it is imperative that our state adopts commonsense educational transparencies to protect our children. Parents have the right to know!

Regrettably, we will need to revisit our legislators regarding these issues as neither concern was addressed during this legislative session. Although there had been good support for commonsense pro-transparency legislation protecting a parent’s right to know what their kids are taught in schools about sex, unfortunately no legislative solution was presented.

We are in agreement with Executive Director of NC Values Coalition Tami Fitzgerald’s assessment that “We cannot back down. We need to send a clear message to our legislators that they need to listen to parents across our state who demand these kind of protections … This is an issue we won’t be backing down from! We’re committed to keeping this issue before legislators however long it takes for them to take action to protect parental rights and childhood innocence. We need them to know we WILL hold them accountable.”

These two issues will be a high priority for CWA of North Carolina in 2019.

“When the righteous increase, the people rejoice, but when the wicked rule, the people groan.” (Proverbs 29:2)

We always appreciate your prayers. Prayer is the bedrock for all that we do. Stay tuned for additional pressing concerns.

For Truth and Righteousness,

Jill Coward
State Director
CWA of North Carolina
[email protected]
nc.cwfa.org

Would you like to get involved with CWA of North Carolina?
Join a Prayer/Action ChapterContact me today to find out if there is a CWA chapter in your area.

Would you like to partner with CWA of North Carolina!
Please DONATE to CWA of North Carolina.  Our state is run exclusively by volunteers and supported 100 percent through donations. The lighthouse is pictured on our CWA of North Carolina website symbolizing that we are to be a light in the darkness. In these dark days, we appreciate your contribution to CWA of North Carolina. And again we thank you … your donation will make a difference in North Carolina through prayer and action. 

If someone forwarded you this e-alert and you would like to be on our e-alert list, please contact me.

Celebrating Independence Day

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For many people today, July 4th is a holiday filled with picnics, friends, and fireworks. But it is also a commemoration of America’s Declaration of Independence. The freedom call was not only against a political and economic system, but it was also a cry for independence from the spiritual tyranny of the Anglican Church.

In 1775, there were 668 congregational churches in America.  Seventy-five percent of all Americans, at that time, belonged to churches of Puritan derivation. The religious makeup was 98.4 percent Protestant, 1.4 percent Roman Catholic, and three-twentieths of one percent Jewish. America was a nation deeply concerned with religious freedom.

Religious freedom today is far removed from what the original founders intended. What Americans wanted was a government that did not favor one Christian sect over another. The idea was never to erode Christianity through the separation of church and state. John Jay, after the war, described the homogeneity of America in Federalist 2 (*see below).

Early Americans thought competition between the various churches was healthy; it kept them from becoming complacent, comfortable and arrogant like the nationally endorsed Anglican Church. In 18th century America, men and women adhered to the Protestant conviction that all men and human institutions were fallible. Americans fought hard for seven years during the Revolutionary War to rid themselves of the shackles of imperial England and her state-controlled church.

The men who called the people of America to independence were men committed to their country and the freedom of her people. They paid a great price for our independence and religious freedom: five signers were captured by the British army and tortured; 12 men’s homes were destroyed; two had sons who died during the Revolutionary War; one had two sons taken prisoner by the British; and nine signers of the Declaration died in the war.

North Carolina has much about which to be proud in regards to the American Revolution. The site of the first Patriot victory for independence from the British in the American Revolution was fought at Moores Creek Bridge on February 27, 1776, in present-day Pender County outside of Wilmington, North Carolina. Although this three-minute battle was brief, the victory at Moores Creek led the North Carolina Provincial Congress to seek total independence from Great Britain, the first colony to do so. This victory resulted in the end of British authority in North Carolina. This victory resulted in the end of British authority in North Carolina and explains why we are “First in Freedom!”

As we celebrate with our friends and family this July 4th, let us remember those courageous men who helped to establish a free nation. Let us thank God for the religious freedom won by those who lived before us and who fought valiantly for liberty. Let us exercise that freedom by reaching our generation with the Gospel. Liberty without religious freedom is bondage.

*Federalist 2

I have taken notice that Providence has been pleased to give this one connected country to one united people – a people descended from the same ancestors, speaking the same language, professing the same religion, attached to the same principles of government, very similar in their manners and customs, and who … fighting side by side throughout a long and bloody war, have nobly established their general liberty and independence. This country and this people seem to have been made for each other … Similar sentiments have hitherto prevailed among all orders and denominations of men among us. To all general purposes we have uniformly been one people. — John Jay

Blessings to you on this Independence Day, 2018.

Jill Coward
State Director
CWA of North Carolina
[email protected]
nc.cwfa.org

The lighthouse is pictured on our CWA of North Carolina website symbolizing that we are to be a light in the darkness. In these dark days, we appreciate your contribution to CWA of North Carolina. And again we thank you…your donation will make a difference in North Carolina through prayer and action.

Would you like to get involved with CWA of North Carolina?

Join a Prayer/Action chapterContact me today to find out if there is a CWA chapter in your area.

Please DONATE to CWA of North Carolina.  Our state is run exclusively by volunteers and supported 100 percent through donations.

If someone forwarded you this e-alert and you would like to be on our e-alert list, please contact me.

Don’t Miss Out on the Opportunity to Take Tax Money from Planned Parenthood

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Dear Friends,

We all know that for years our tax dollars have freely flowed to the abortion giant, Planned Parenthood Federation of America, assuring that almost 380,000 unborn babies die a year.  That is over 1,000 deaths a day at their hands and 40 just within the last hour. You and I have been paying for those deaths.

Good news!  We now have the opportunity to see that this egregious government funding is restricted. 

Thanks to the Trump Administration, new regulations, called the Protect Life Rule, similar to the “Reagan rules,” have been proposed.  This rule prohibits Title X funds from going toward abortion.  Authorized in 1970, the intent of Title X funding was to assist low-income families in family planning, with no funding for abortions. The Protect Life Rule does not prohibit Planned Parenthood, or anyone else, from receiving funds; it simply specifies that they must be in compliance, like all others receiving Title X funds. In addition Planned Parenthood, and other abortion businesses, would have to house their abortion clinics in buildings that are separate from their other services, as well as have separate staff for both.

As with any federal regulation, there is an open comment period time where the public has the opportunity to express their views. It started June 1 and will conclude July 31. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) will then review the comments and issue a final rule based on the public’s feedback.

Don’t miss out on this historical moment!  We finally have an opportunity to stop Planned Parenthood from receiving tax money to perform abortions, with just four “clicks of a mouse.”  It only takes a few minutes.

“If you faint in the day of adversity, your strength is small. Rescue those who are being taken away to death; hold back those who are stumbling to the slaughter. If you say, “Behold, we did not know this,” does not he who weighs the heart perceive it? Does not he who keeps watch over your soul know it, and will he not repay man according to his work?” (Proverbs 24:10-12).

Take Action Today — Quick and Easy!

  1. Submit your comment to the U.S. HHS Secretary Azar regarding Title X Funds for family planning. Simply go to the Concerned Women for America website link, The Protect Life Rule, and follow the instructions.  There is even a suggested comment that you can use as is or you can edit it to your liking. It is best if you add personal comments. Be sure to let them know you are a member of Concerned Women for America of North Carolina.
  2. Please send this e-alert to your like-minded friends, pastor, lawmakers, family and acquaintances.

Please pray that the Protect Life Rule saves the lives of many. Pray that truth and righteousness prevail for LIFE. Psalm 94:16 cries out, “Who will rise up for me against the wicked? Who will take a stand for me against evildoers?” Let it be me, O Lord!

It is imperative that Secretary Azar hears from as many as absolutely possible.  Planned Parenthood is angry about this, and they are mobilized with an army contacting Azar.

It’s time to stand up, speak up, and let your voice be heard.  This is our moment to stop taxpayer funding of abortion; and we only have until July 31 to stop Planned Parenthood and others from the misuse of this program.

Need additional information on Planned Parenthood?
(Several of the links below contain vulgar content and are inappropriate for children.)

It is no longer a secret how Planned Parenthood has deceived the public carrying out inhumane treatment all in the name of providing “health and wellness” for women and their unborn children.  These unrestricted “services” catch many young girls and young women off-guard as these “caring professionals” guide them in “non-judgmental support” with one goal in mind and that is to make money by killing the innocent babies of unsuspecting mothers. Scroll through Planned Parenthood’s website to see how they:

In addition, Planned Parenthood:

  • Promotes sex-selection abortions (at Raleigh and Chapel Hill, North Carolina, abortion clinics) by referring for ultrasounds to determine the baby’s gender with the express purpose of aborting if the child is a girl.
  • Has been caught illegally harvesting and selling unborn baby body parts.
  • Promotes abortion on minority Americans carrying out the eugenic vision of Margaret Sanger, its founder.
  • Promotes abortions for underage girls even when sex-trafficking is involved.

We are thankful that North Carolina’s own Congressman Mark Walker (R), Chairman of the Republican Study Committee, recently joined Live Action president Lila Rose and additional members of Congress in a press conference to expose Planned Parenthood’s decades-long cover-up of sexual abuse.

For Truth and Righteousness,

Jill Coward
State Director
CWA of North Carolina
[email protected]
nc.cwfa.org

Would you like to get involved with CWA of North Carolina?
Join a Prayer/Action ChapterContact me today to find out if there is a CWA chapter in your area.

Would you like to partner with CWA of North Carolina!
Please DONATE to CWA of North Carolina.  Our state is run exclusively by volunteers and supported 100 percent through donations. The lighthouse is pictured on our CWA of North Carolina website symbolizing that we are to be a light in the darkness. In these dark days, we appreciate your contribution to CWA of North Carolina. And again we thank you … your donation will make a difference in North Carolina through prayer and action. 

If someone forwarded you this e-alert and you would like to be on our e-alert list, please contact me.

May 5 – Celebrate Mother’s Day Early at the Women for Life Prayer Walk in Charlotte!

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Dear Ladies (and Men, too),

I hope your plans are to join us this Saturday morning, May 5, for the Women for Life Prayer Walk! CWA of North Carolina, in partnership with several pro-life groups, is proudly co-sponsoring this outstanding event that you don’t want to miss!

I have been looking forward to this special day for weeks now! If you have not yet come out to take your stand for the most innocent among us, at a Love Life Charlotte Prayer Walk event, now is the time!

Love Life Charlotte is praying for 1,000 women to Prayer Walk on Saturday! Women, children, babies, teenagers, college-aged women, grandmothers are all welcome!  Oh, AND men too!  Men, you are needed for safety, security, T-shirt distribution, setup, and breakdown. (Gentlemen, please email Anna at [email protected] to let her know you would like to volunteer.)

 Women for Life Prayer Walk

Saturday, May 5

9:00-11:00 a.m.

Meeting Location: Palmer Plaza at 1004 Palmer Plaza Lane, Charlotte

Brief walk to abortion clinic, A Preferred Women’s Health, at 3320 Latrobe Drive, Charlotte

Find additional information regarding Love Life Charlotte at lovelife.org. Please view their video at  youtu.be/RhKF8qAaGK8.

Some of you have expressed that you are hesitant to pray in front of an abortion clinic.  In the past, others just like you felt the same until they attended a Love Life Charlotte event.  They later said that the Prayer Walk they participated in was life-changing! Don’t miss out; attend this next weekend!

God IS waking up His church in Charlotte! He has opened our ears to the cries of the unborn. Look at what happened in only the second year of Love Life Charlotte’s ministry by the end of 2017 when we walked and prayed on those 40 Saturday mornings!

 

 

 

 

 

 

The numbers above are remarkable! They show the importance of the numbers of people there and the POWER of prayer! Won’t you say YES to helping save babies and their moms while advancing the Gospel?

It is crucial for us as women to connect with these vulnerable women and their families with a unified voice, reaching out to them first in prayer. We can no longer look the other way. We believe that we are SO close to seeing this abortion clinic close. Will you join me on Saturday?

What better way to celebrate Mother’s Day! This event is just one week before Mother’s Day. It is the perfect time to proclaim a message of hope and love. Is there any better gift than the gift of LIFE for those scheduled for slaughter? The mothers we are praying for are often pressured into getting an abortion by the men in their life OR even by their own mothers. Many don’t believe there are any other options. They have been deceived and misled. They do not know that there are people who truly care about them and are able to help them … not just with words; but with love, caring, and assistance. (Go to lovelife.org/category/love-life-stories to read about those helped by Love Life Charlotte.)

Schedule for Saturday:
9:00 a.m.            Check in at the Love Life Tent. (If you have a Love Life t-shirt, wear it. Or, receive a free T-shirt.)
9:15 a.m.            Prayer & Worship
9:30 a.m.            Begin Prayer Walk – Pray through prayer points provided
10:00 a.m.          Stand in front of the abortion clinic and pray for the Mom’s, Dad’s and babies inside of the abortion clinic that they would have an encounter with the Holy Spirit, get up and leave the clinic, and receive life seeking help through all of the options available.
10:30 a.m.          Walk back to Love Life Charlotte Check-In Tent
10:45 a.m.          Prayer, praise and worship, testimonies and group picture
11:00 a.m.          Finished

Please email, text, or call me to say that you will join us! Please add your name as one who will stand for LIFE on Saturday with us. If you have any questions, please contact me. (And, of course, walk-ins are welcome, too!)

This is our Esther moment. “For if you keep silent at this time, relief and deliverance will rise for the Jews from another place; but you and your father’s house will perish.  And who knows whether you have not come to the kingdom for such a time as this?”  (Esther 4:14)

Can we count on you?

For Life and Righteousness,

Jill Coward
State Director
CWA of North Carolina

The lighthouse is pictured on our CWA of North Carolina website symbolizing that we are to be a light in the darkness. In these dark days, we appreciate your contribution to CWA of North Carolina. Our state is run exclusively by volunteers and supported 100 percent through donations. And again we thank you … your donation will make a difference in North Carolina through prayer and action.

Would you like to get more involved with CWA of North Carolina? Join a Prayer/Action chapterContact me today to find out if there is a CWA chapter in your area.

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DAY OF SILENCE – Hijacking of North Carolina Classrooms for Political Purposes

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The Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN) has designated this Friday, April 27, as the Day of Silence – a day where public school students are encouraged to refuse to speak for an entire school day including during class. The event is to encourage sympathy and support of homosexual and transgender students whose behaviors have been silenced by those who disapprove of their lifestyle.

In opposition to the Day of Silence, CWA of North Carolina is joining with pro-family organizations throughout the nation to endorse the Day of Silence WALKOUTClick here for more information.

Please forward this e-alert on to like-minded friends and family.  Especially those with school age children.

Pray! Educate! Act!

Sincerely,

Jill Coward
State Director
CWA of North Carolina
[email protected]
nc.cwfa.org