Bill Of Rights Commemoration Passes On The Banquet –Carris Kocher of the Bill of Rights Bicentennial Committee says this year’s Commemoration of the Bill of Rights — the groups’s 29th — will be a bit different this Dec. 15.
“To host a Bill of Rights Commemorative Banquet at a public restaurant and ask guests to abide by the state-imposed restrictions on our Liberties was unconscionable,” she said. “Especially in 2020! The 400th Anniversary of the Mayflower Compact, the beginning of self-government in the New World.”
Carris is asking that patriots pass out copies of the Bill of Rights; gather with like-minded friends and read it aloud; bring it up in conversation; ask their ministers to offer a special prayer of thanksgiving this Sunday for the blessings of civil and religious freedom, and their for their restoration; and to pray individually, for thanksgiving and repentence.
“Our freedoms hang by a thread, and, frankly, we are not deserving of their continuance. Our sins are many. But God is merciful. So let us humble ourselves, repent of our sins, and return to the God of our Fathers,” she said. “It may be that He will have mercy. That’s what the king of Nineveh hoped for. And so it was, and Jonah was disappointed!”
Bill Of Rights Commemoration Passes On The Banquet
Bob Small of Swarthmore has forwarded this information about a free online-class at Hillsdale College that many of our readers might find of interest.The class is designed to debunk the premeditated lies about our nation being promoted by what has become the establishment.
It is widely claimed today that our nation is irredeemably flawed—that America has been fundamentally unjust from the beginning due to the “systemic racism.”
The purpose of promoting this falsehood is to sever Americans’ patriotic attachment to our country and its founding principles in order to replace our limited government Constitution with radically different form of government.
The only way to confront this false and dangerous narrative—and preserve free government—is to counter it with the true and honest story of America’s quest to achieve justice.
Next month, Hillsdale College will be releasing its latest free online course: “Civil Rights in American History.” I invite you to pre-register for this free online course by visiting this secure link:
And after you pre-register, please consider how you can help promote Hillsdale’s free online courses and other educational outreach efforts in this critical time for America by giving your best gift today.
Dom Hosts Herschel Walker — Talk show host nonpareil Dom Girodano of WPHT will have Herschel Walker as his Speaker Series’ guest 7 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 19. Check it out here: https://www.facebook.com/1210WPHT
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Joseph’s People is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping unemployed and underemployed workers. Local, affiliated chapters provide networking opportunities, guidance and emotional support to job seekers and career changers. For more information, send a message through the LinkedIn group listed above, visit www.josephspeople.org or email email@example.com.
Back The Blue Sequel Oct. 17 — Citizens for Liberty is hosting Back The Blue And Our President Two: The Sequel, on Saturday, Oct. 17, 1 to 2:30 p.m. at Route 202 and Mall Boulevard in King of Prussia in front of the Wells Fargo Bank.
Jane Taylor Toal of the group asks participants to bring neatly printed signs with factual information, American flags and police/first responder flags.
She asks that participants not park in the restaurant lot, and notes that the press will be in attendance. There will be music, free police/first responder wrist bands and limited number of extra flags and signs for those unable to bring one.
Holy Myrrh-Bearers Ukrainian Catholic Church is holding a Friday food sale, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m., July 10.
Available will be perogies at $10 per dozen; stuffed cabbage 3 for $10; kielbasa at $9 per ring; Ukrainian kraut at $3 per 8 ounces; platters for two of kielbasa, perogies and kraut for $12 and other home-cooked food.
Pre-orders can be made by calling 610-544-1216 and will be reserved until 1 p.m.
The church is at 900 Fairview Road, Swarthmore, Pa. 19081.
Masks are required to enter. Final products are non-contact and prepackaged.
Free Beekeeping Lessons From Penn State Extension — For those tired of streaming television and video games as we await another 27 days of imposed inactivity, Penn State Extension has waived through April 30 its $159 fee for Beekeeping 101. That’s right, you can learn to beekeep for free. Sign up here. Beekeepers are desperately needed. Be cool. Beekeep.
EdHunter, a certified Career and Executive Coach, will lead an interactive presentation titled “True Grit: Resilience in Times of Change” on April 7 from 7 -8:30 p.m., at Media Presbyterian Church’s Hassler Chapel, 30 E. Baltimore Ave., Media, PA 19063. The chapel can be accessed from Baltimore Avenue, to the left of the main door, or around back on EastFranklin Street. All are welcome, without regard to religious affiliation.
Change is with us constantly. It’s guaranteed in all aspects of life. We can’t control the changes in our lives, but we do have some control over how those changes affect us. Whether you feel fear or excitement, anxiety or hopeful anticipation… you have choices!
At this program, you will partake in a discussion about how change can affect your career journey and wellbeing. Job loss or job change due to layoffs, firing, reorganizations, restructures, new management and adjustments to job roles can bring feelings of uncertainty and potentially…. stress, anxiety and even depression. You will come away with practical ways to not only manage, but overcome, unexpected obstacles. Re-energize yourself to take some bold steps forward with renewed confidence!
Ed Hunter is an experienced Career and Executive Coach with a private practice on the Main Line. He specializes in the exploration of meaning and purpose in career decisions. He is dedicated to helping others feel happy, healthy and whole in their career. And he loves his job!
JPCD is a joint program of Media Presbyterian Church and St. Laurence Church, Upper Darby and is affiliated with Joseph’s People, a non-profit organization dedicated to providing guidance and support to unemployed and underemployed workers.