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CWA of Missouri Capitol Report

By March 30, 2015Missouri
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The Missouri General Assembly was on Spring Break last week and will be going back into session on Monday, March 30.

Sunday, March 22 through Thursday, March 26

Liberty First Tour 2015

State Director Bev Ehlen had the privilege of accompanying J.C. and KrisAnne Hall across the state with the Liberty First Tour 2015. KrisAnne Hall is an attorney and former prosecutor and pastor’s wife who travels the country teaching the Constitution and the history that gave us our founding documents. Her husband J.C has just resigned his pastorate and is now traveling with KrisAnne making presentations on Righteous Resistance. Together they are quite a team. Their son, Colton, was along as well. There were nine Liberty First Tour stops/seminars-Washington, St. Peters, Ellisville, Hannibal, Columbia, Sedalia, Harrisonville, Independence and St. Joseph. KrisAnne addressed over three hundred Missourians including two state representatives and one county sheriff. Since this tour occurred during the Missouri General Assembly’s Spring Break, we made a very special effort to invite the members of the MOGA who lived in or close to the areas where we would be having a seminar. We asked their constituents to ask their own state representative and state senator to attend. We invited once, twice and more, but only two members attended; one member said he was coming but didn’t; only two members responded and told why they wouldn’t be able to attend. Out of 63 representatives and nine senators, we had five who cared. Thank you State Rep. Donna Pfautsch (R-District 33) and State Rep. Jack Bondon (R-District 56) who made the time to come learn more about State Sovereignty as the founders intended! To be fair, Rep. Lindell Shumake (R-District 5) attended the seminar last August and Rep. Bill E. Kidd (R-District 20) attended KrisAnne’s all-day seminar in January.

Thank you to the CWA members and friends who helped regarding the stops in their areas – Sue Hellebusch, Diana Kaufman, Dan Hite, Geri Graves, Linda Laird, Rachel Payton, Vaughn Hart, Jeremy and Tonya Long, Erin Dunn and Pat Baker. They did an outstanding job of promoting and turning out the people. Thank you!

Easter Project AD2015

Volunteer and Easter Project Coordinator Val Cummings was busy making the final contacts for sponsors for the Easter Project AD2015. This year for Easter we will be presenting the Ten Commandments 6 ¾” X 4 ¾” boxed poly resin plaque w/metal stand to each member of the Missouri General Assembly. This is a very appropriate gift for a public office holder as our country’s laws were based on the law of Nature’s God for the first almost two hundred years (and years before in the colonies.) It is not too late to sponsor your state representative or state senator! We are asking $10 per sponsorship. Just contact Bev Ehlen at right away so she can get you on the list to sponsor your member of the Missouri General Assembly.


Legislative Liaisons Linda Laird and Sherry Kuttenkuler and Bev Ehlen will be back at the Capitol.

Wednesday, April 1

CWA of Missouri and Missouri Alliance for Freedom will host The Truth Project on Wednesday morning. This week’s lesson is Sociology: The Divine Imprint – The order we observe in the natural realm is even more apparent in the social systems God has established: family, church, community, state, labor, and the union between God and man. Life is a series of relationships that flow out of and reflect the Trinitarian nature of the Creator. If you live close to the Capitol, join us for breakfast and a dose of Truth at 7:00 a.m. in Hearing Room 4 on Wednesday.

Val Cummings, Records Correspondent Diana Kaufman and Encourage-A-Legislator Coordinator Ginger Yoak will deliver the Easter Project AD2015 gifts, cards and candy.


We ask for your prayers, financial support and participation. We are an all-volunteer organization. Each of the ladies travel to the Capitol, pay for gas for their cars and overnight stays, food away from home, etc. It would be great to have some individuals step up and “Sponsor a Legislative Liaison.” This money could go directly to reimburse a Legislative Liaison for some of her expenses. Think about it, pray about it and contact us should the Lord move you to “Sponsor a Legislative Liaison.”