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CWA of Pennsyvania – Update from State Director

By June 5, 2020Pennsylvania
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State-Wide Virtual Meeting in Review
Our first Concerned Women for America (CWA) of Pennsylvania State-Wide Virtual Prayer/Action Meeting, held on May 21, was inspiring, challenging, and very informative. Our special guest was CWA’s General Counsel, Mario Diaz, Esq. We appreciated Mario’s wisdom and passion as he spoke about the current truth crisis in the media. Read the recent article he wrote for the May Prayer/Action Chapter Newsletter, Is the Media the Enemy of the People?

Prayer Dismantles
I think we can all agree that if we are learning anything during this day and hour, it is the importance of prayer! We are watching the disruption of authority while chaos and strife are unleashed across our nation. However, prayer is what will dismantle the enemy’s plans.

Prayer, Education, and Advocacy = CWA Prayer/Action Chapter
We are engaged in a cultural battle across this nation, and CWA is on the frontline protecting Biblical principles through prayer, education, and advocacy. CWA’s Prayer/Action Chapters give CWA members a voice in their communities and empower Christians to engage on issues that affect our Biblically-based standards such as issues on education, abortion, pornography, religious freedom, homosexuality, redefinition of the family, national sovereignty, and support for Israel. If you would like more information about starting a Prayer/Action Chapter or finding out about the Chapter nearest you, please contact me.

New to CWA?
If you are new to CWA, get to know us better by checking out the CWA website. There you will find timely articles, op-eds, podcasts, videos, and interviews by CWA’s CEO and President Penny Nance and CWA’s policy experts. Plus, check out this short video about who CWA is.

Thank you!
Thank you again for your interest in CWA of Pennsylvania. Please let me know if you have any questions or need further information.

May God bless and keep you!

From knees to feet,
Dilonna Coran
State Director