CWA Launches “Just A Minute with Concerned Women”

By March 31, 2010Press Releases
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Washington, D.C. Concerned Women for America (CWA) is launching “Just a Minute with Concerned Women,” a lively 60-second radio program. These brief commentaries address the critical issues in the news with which radio audiences are grappling.

“Just a Minute with Concerned Women” reports from a Biblical perspective on key policy and cultural issues that impact Christians’ lives. Each spot features a commentary from CWA leaders:

Penny Nance CEO and CWA Board member, former adviser to the Chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, founder of Kids First Coalition.

Wendy Wright President, pro-life activist involved with cases decided by the U.S. Supreme Court, named among the “100 Most Powerful Women of Washington, D.C.”

Dr. Janice Crouse Senior Fellow of CWA’s Beverly LaHaye Institute, author and columnist, former speechwriter for Pres. George H.W. Bush, named “2009 Woman of the Year.”

From CWA’s studio in the heart of Washington, D.C., “Just a Minute with Concerned Women” provides thoughtful commentaries on gripping topics like policies for strong families, how Christians can help after the latest natural disaster, political correctness and national security, understanding homosexuality, human trafficking, and U.N. treaties that impact American families.

CWA leaders come straight to listeners from lobbying on Capitol Hill, interviews with major media outlets, speaking to students and Christian groups, writing columns and articles, rallying pro-life efforts, meeting with U.N. diplomats, and a flurry of other activities. Their hands-on work on the critical issues of the day make “Just a Minute with Concerned Women” relevant to today’s audiences and provide inside-information to help listeners understand what’s going on in today’s culture.

Since its founding in 1979 by Beverly LaHaye, CWA has become the nation’s largest policy women’s organization, representing 500,000 members across the U.S. CWA’s network of nearly 700 state leaders and prayer/action chapters fan across the country.

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