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                                SEPTEMBER 27, 2017

                “Islamic Values vs Biblical                                      Values”     




  Nonie Darwish is a noted author and speaker.

      She was raised in a Muslim culture and is now the founder of FORMER MUSLIMS UNITED, an organization which stands for freedom of religion and protects the

    OCTOBER 18, 2017            

               “Dealing with the Threat of an

               Electromagnetic Pulse”

                                NOVEMBER 15, 2017                          

                          “Religious Liberty”  



Travis Mooney is the Director of Quality at Schweitzer Engineering Laboratories. His interest in EMP’s stems from his experience in designing and testing protection equipment to withstand the harsh electromagnetic environments

lives and civil rights of those born into Islam and wishing to leave their religion.

present in substations and his desire to create balanced solutions for the threat.

Christiana Holcomb serves as legal counsel for Alliance Defending Freedom.  Since 2012 she has worked to protect the freedom of churches, Christian schools and ministries to exercise their faith without government interference.

She has also advocated for the right of pastors and churches to be free from IRS censorship via the unconstitutional Johnson Amendment.

JANUARY 24, 2018

“Explaining Article V of the Constitution”

Doug Turner is the Executive Director of Founding Vision,  an organization whose aim is to educate America’s citizens on the moral and philosophical roots of our constitution.

Article V of the Constitution empowers the states to convene a meeting to propose amendments designed to restore and fortify limits on the federal government.

           FEBRUARY 28, 2018

           “Labor Policies”

Maxford Nelsen is the Freedom Foundation’s Director of Labor Policy.  His work primarily focuses on labor unions and collective bargaining as well as labor regulations such as the minimum wage.

His work has been published in local newspapers around the country and in national outlets such as the Wall Street Journal, Forbes, The Hill and the American Spectator.

             MARCH 28, 2018

Responding to National and International Disasters”

Tim Mosher has served with Samaritan’s Purse Disaster Assistance Response Teams for disasters from Haiti to West Africa and Iraq.  He will share his first-hand experiences and insights into

disasters and how we can be more than casual observers when disaster strikes.