June 18 – June 20 I attended the Road to Majority Conference in Washington, D.C. along with my husband Andy. CWA joined the Faith and Freedom Coalition in sponsoring the event.
We arrived just in time to attend a legislative luncheon where we heard from Sen. Marco Rubio, Sen. Rand Paul, and Sen. Ted Cruz. Following the luncheon, an opportunity to do some lobbying was presented. Michelle Minor and I had the opportunity to meet with staffers from Rep. Tim Hulescamp’s (R-Kansas) office. They were very excited about CWA. We also visited Rep. Lynn Jenkins’ office (R-KS). We provided them with information on the Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act, First Amendment Defense Act, and the Iran Nuclear Deal.
Many of the presidential candidates spoke at the conference. Numerous other pundits, media personalities, clergy, and issue-oriented individuals graced the podium throughout the conference. Special breakout sessions included Protecting Educational Freedom, Pro-life Panel, Protecting Religious Freedom and others.
We had hoped that Gov. Brownback would be able to come, but unfortunately, his plane had mechanical difficulties at the last minute.
We were blessed to view a special screening of the new film produced by Kendrick Brothers titled War Room. Previous movies produced by Kendrick Brothers include Fireproof, Courageous, and Facing the Giants. War Room will be released the end of August. You won’t want to miss this powerful movie!
I also consider it a great privilege to have met CWA’s CEO and President Penny Nance, Executive Director and National Field Director Kenda Bartlett, Field Organization Coordinator Michelle Minor, Young Woman for America Coordinator Amanda Sanders, Legal Counsel Mario Diaz and others from CWA’s headquarters.
Donations to CWA of Kansas can now be made on our Web site at ks.cwfa.org. Please use the donation box in the left column (under Barbara Saldivar’s picture) to make your tax deductible donation to CWA of Kansas. Your donation is greatly appreciated and will be used to start up much needed chapters throughout Kansas.