Hideaway Grassroots America
The program will include an update on the success of Hideaway-Lindale Vacation Liberty School and information about the proposed “People's Rights Amendment,” which is a threat to free speech as embodied in the Constitution, according to organization information.
Watchmen On The Wall
Lunch is served at 11:30 a.m.; announcements are at 11:45 a.m. and the program is from noon to 1 p.m.
The speaker will be Dan Cummins, pastor of Bridlewood Church, author, founder of Come Pray With Me and organizer of “May 2012 Washington — A Man of Prayer” event in Washington, D.C.
Cummins will outline the progress of the “Watchmen on the Wall” movement of pastors and churches taking up the responsibility of being good stewards of liberty by weighing in on the cultural, social and fiscal dangers America faces, according to Grassroots information.
Box lunches from Subway will be available for purchase or attendees may bring their own. The public is invited to attend.
The “Patriot Academy: Today's Generation” will give participants the chance to learn the election and legislative processes from the ground up. The academy teaches how bills are written, how the committee process works, how to effectively lobby elected representatives and how to get conservatives elected in your community and state. The instruction will take place at the capitol.
Political Happenings are compiled by Staff Writer Adam Russell, who can be reached at 903-596-6303 or by email at arussell@tyler paper.com.