Dear CWA of Missouri Friends! Below you will find a link to the current CWA of Missouri Capitol Report of the 2015 Legislative Session. In this report, you will read about CWA of Missouri’s activities at the Missouri General Assembly, upcoming events and additional ways you can partner with us in our efforts. In order […] READ MORE
About CWA of MissouriBev Ehlen
P.O. Box 1352
St. Peters, MO
“History fails to record a single precedent in which nations subject to moral decay have not passed into political and economic decline. There has been either a spiritual awakening to overcome the moral lapse, or a progressive deterioration leading to ultimate national disaster.” – General Douglas MacArthur, 1951
Missouri General Assembly
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A Prayer/Action Chapter is a group of people who meet, usually once a month to pray, learn and take action regarding legislation that falls under CWA’s seven core issues. Click here to find a Prayer/Action Chapter in your area and learn more.
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Missouri News and Headlines
April 14, 2015 Please take a few minutes to both pray and take action on these important issues. Then forward this e-mail on to like-minded friends, family, churches and associates. The LAST TWO WEEKS IN REVIEW Wednesday, April 1 Easter Project 2015 gift delivery day! Encourage-A-Legislator Coordinator Ginger Yoak and her husband Jim, Volunteer Coordinator […] READ MORE
What if I told you that pro-lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning (LGBTQ) activists are working tirelessly to infiltrate schools and influence children across the country? What if I said activists were taunting and bullying kids in public school and shaming them regarding their religious beliefs that favor traditional marriage? Most parents do not want […] READ MORE
The Day of Silence, organized and promoted by the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), takes place this year on Friday, April 17. The Day of Silence is the king of all the numerous homosexuality-affirming activities that take place in public schools. It started in one university and then, like a cancer, metastasized to […] READ MORE
Missourians’ liberty is under attack AGAIN. This time with another Obamacare style data collection proposal at the State Capitol. The Prescription Drug Monitoring Program is being described as a program which will deter “doctor shopping” and keep prescription drugs off the streets. The truth: SB63 sponsored by Sen. David Sater (R-District 29) and HB130 sponsored […] READ MORE
LAST WEEK IN REVIEW The Missouri General Assembly was on Spring Break last week and will be going back into session on Monday, March 30. Sunday, March 22 through Thursday, March 26 Liberty First Tour 2015 State Director Bev Ehlen had the privilege of accompanying J.C. and KrisAnne Hall across the state with the Liberty […] READ MORE
March 23, 2015 Please take a few minutes to both pray and take action on these important issues. Then, forward this e-mail on to like-minded friends, family, churches and associates. Last Week in Review Monday, March 16 Monday was CWA of Missouri’s day for 40 Days for Life. Gina Allen, our Pro-Life Coordinator, did an […] READ MORE
March 17, 2015 Please take a few minutes to both pray and take action on these important issues. Last Week in Review Tuesday, March 10 Life Tuesday was Pro Life Action Day at the Missouri State Capitol. There were hundreds of pro-life Missourians who came dressed in red to show their support for the sanctity […] READ MORE
March 10, 2015 Please take a few minutes to both pray and take action on these important issues. Sunday, March 1- Wednesday, March 4 Israel State Director Bev Ehlen attended the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference in Washington, D.C. Tuesday was the day they lobbied on Capitol Hill regarding support for Israel. […] READ MORE
As is our tradition, CWA of Missouri will be presenting a gift to each member of the Missouri General Assembly to celebrate Easter. This year we will present them with the Ten Commandments (a 6 3/4″ X 4 3/4″ boxed poly resin plaque with metal stand). This is a very appropriate gift for a public […] READ MORE
Please take a few minutes to 1.) educate yourself on these important issues, 2.) pray about these issues, 2.) act on the ones requested and then 3.) forward this e-mail to like-minded friends, family, churches and associates. Monday, February 23 National Sovereignty State Director Bev Ehlen attended the Government Efficiency Committee meeting which heard HB206 […] READ MORE
Last week at the Missouri General Assembly (MOGA) High points and low points of the week as well as some of this week’s plans Please take a few minutes to both pray and take action on these important issues. Then, forward this e-mail on to like-minded friend, family, churches and associates. Monday, February 16 MOGA […] READ MORE
Concerned Women for America Legislative Action Committee (CWALAC) in partnership with American Principles in Action is hosting a nationwide conference call concerning the rollout of the new Advanced Placement U.S. History Curriculum Framework (APUSH) and exam. Background The College Board, led by David Coleman, the “architect” of Common Core is rolling out the new APUSH […] READ MORE
As may have already heard, Missouri’s “Common Core” bill finally reached the Governor’s desk, where it was signed into law July 14. CWA of Missouri was on the frontlines of this battle to stop Common Core. The bill underwent several amendments with the final version requiring work groups to be formed to write a set […] READ MORE
The Missouri General Assembly passed HB1490 on Thursday, May 15. The main purpose of the bill is to define a system wherein state education experts will evaluate and recommend state K-12 education standards. HB1490 passed the House 131-12 and the Senate 23-6. While not going nearly as far in returning local control of education as […] READ MORE
Jill, Yes you did do it again…you hit another one out of the ball park with your presentation to us Thursday night in Sedalia. This is the fourth two-hour session I have attended that the CWA has presented. Amazingly none have ever been the same. The Common Core subject is fluid and ever changing. And […] READ MORE
CWA of Missouri recommends this post by TownHall.com. READ MORE
A couple of hours on Thursday, March 27 and/or April 12 could save a life. It will definitely change at least one person’s life – yours. The 40 Days for Life Spring event will begin on Wednesday, March 5. “40 Days for Life is a focused pro-life campaign with a vision to access God’s power […] READ MORE
You can mess with a lot of my things, and I might overlook it, but don’t mess with my children! Common Core does just that! Common Core is of great concern to CWA of Missouri, and we need your help to stop it. HB 1490 must be passed. Sponsored by Rep. Kurt Bahr, HB 1490 […] READ MORE
We had a great meeting with Sen. Pearce on Monday. We discussed Common Core “State” Standards. The Senator was interested in the information we were able to share with him and took notes. We are looking forward to working with him and other members of the Missouri General Assembly in the upcoming session to stop […] READ MORE
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