It is amazing how God uses every one of us as we make ourselves available to Him. He has gifted us and placed us where we are so that we can serve Him and in doing that, bring honor and glory to Him. Might CWA be the place God has called you to serve Him?
We invite you to join CWA as we continue to build Concerned Women for America of Louisiana. There are many opportunities!
To give CWA members a voice in their communities, CWA’s Prayer/Action Chapters meet regularly to encourage informed prayer and action for our nation and its leaders. We do this by educating Christians on issues that affect our Biblically-based standards. Consider starting or joining a Prayer/Action Chapter in your community.
CWA’s Influencers are Christian conservative women committed to staying informed on CWA’s current issues and activating prayer and action on a widespread scale by distributing CWA’s information to their CWA network via social media, email, and/or text, and also to their personal network and organization and church relationships. Consider becoming an Influencer today!
Stay Informed, Pray, and Act
Sign up to receive CWA national and state e-alerts to stay informed on the issues, to pray fervently over the issues, and then take action with phone calls, emails, or texts. We have multiple projects, events, lobbying efforts, etc. going on throughout the year, and signing up for our e-alerts will keep you in the loop.
Seek the Lord and ask if He is calling you to join CWA and its movement to impact the culture for Christ through education and public policy. Contact CWA of Louisiana State Director Laura Huber. She would love to talk with you, answer your questions, and get you involved in Louisiana.
In 2007, The U.S. Senate established January 11 as National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Part of the U.S. government’s information campaign about combating human trafficking and modern-day enslavement is #WearBlueDay,
By Susanna Edgecomb, CWA’s Government Relations Summer Intern Congress has returned from recess after the recent Supreme Court decision, Dobbs v. Jackson’s Women’s Health Organization, which released us from