I am pleased to introduce Mary Meininger, Concerned Women for America (CWA)’s new Kansas State Director. Mary joined the CWA of Kansas leadership team in 2021, serving as a Prayer/Action Chapter Leader in Topeka. We are extremely grateful that Mary is willing to step into the director role.
Mary is a Kansas transplant from Lexington, Kentucky. She graduated from Georgetown College with a BA in Business and Communications. Mary went back to school and graduated a second time from Washburn University with a degree in Kinesiology focusing on Exercise Physiology. Mary and her husband Clay moved a handful of times before settling in Kansas. Mary and Clay have two children.
Mary loves to mentor and teach God’s word. She volunteers at Lifeline Pregnancy Center and teaches learning workshops on Biblical citizenship.
A note from Mary,
“It is an incredible honor, and I am humbled to serve as the CWA of Kansas State Director at such a time as this in our country. Kansas is at the heart of our nation, and my mom instructed me many times ‘to always remember the heart.’ God also guides us and says, ‘Watch over your hearts with all diligence, for from it flow the springs of life.’ (Proverbs 4:23)
“Today, in our nation and at the heart of our nation (Kansas), we face a monumental crossroads. The wellspring is broken. Just as God set before the Israelites in Deuteronomy 30:19, ‘I have set before you life (and prosperity) and death (and adversity), the blessing (goodness and righteousness) and the curse (evil); therefore, choose life and live.’
“Together, with GOD’s help, may we choose life and stand firm as we do our part to revive the heartbeat of our nation.”
Vice President of Field Operations