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The first 100 days of Obama's Administration have come and gone like a whirlwind. And it doesn't look like that storm is going to let up any time soon. Mike Mears speaks to that in our feature article. I encourage you to read it.
As for Concerned Women for America, we're standing in strong opposition to Obama's ultra-liberal agenda both here in the states and internationally.
Now is the time to pluck up our courage and fight, fight, fight. Join us in standing for Truth.
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Articles in this Edition
The Chairman's Desk
Christians have a sure hope and strong confidence in the future, even in the toughest of times. We’re reminded of that reality as we celebrate our redemption during this Easter season. Read more ...
A Hundred Day's Radical Rule
There will be those who will want to argue whether the end of the first 100 days of Obama’s administration has marked a “light at the end of the tunnel.” That is wrong. Read more ...
A Time to Stand and a Time to Walk Away
Despite its origins, the Day of Silence has been transformed into one where the traditionally-minded are harassed for their opposing views, leading to calls for Christian parents to keep their children out of school that day. Read more ...
CWA at the Forefront
in Strengthening the Family Internationally
Concerned Women for America has been involved with the World Congress of Families for years, and that has strengthened profamily efforts around the world. Read more ...
Vacation Surprise: Men Allowed in Women’s Restrooms
How would you like your hard-earned vacation ruined by having your child or any female family member traumatized by having a man in their public restroom? This is happening in America! Read more ...
From the President
Walter Hoye knows discrimination. The black Baptist minister was sentenced to 30 days in jail for quietly holding a sign outside an abortion clinic that said, “Jesus loves you and your baby. Let us help.” Read more ...
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