Yesterday I sent an alert to you with a message from Pastor Bruce Rivers.
He stood up to the NAACP and a group of African-American pastors when they attacked Billy Graham Ministries. I was so proud of him.
You see, Pastor Rivers lived through segregation. He told me when his mom and dad moved from Florida to California with him in the back seat, they feared driving through certain areas at night.
When they would stop for a hotel, they were told they couldn't stay the night -- that they had to go somewhere else.
He told me when he speaks to his congregation about personal responsibility, capitalism, entrepreneurship and family values, some of them ask, "how dare you?!"
But Pastor Rivers is patient.
He knows the values that we as freedom-lovers share -- capitalism and personal responsibility -- have been hijacked by the left using the powerful emotions from segregation.
The left knows that their power only exists when Americans give up independence and rely on the government.
We need more pastors and Americans like Pastor Rivers to shatter the myths that stand against freedom. Will you help me by clicking and following this link to donate $50, $100, $250, $500, $1,000 or even $2,500?
|Pastor Donald Sadler (L) and Pastor Bruce Rivers (R) attend Star Parker's Pastor Network Conference in Washington, DC.|
Because of support from people like you, the pastors in my Black Pastors Network are standing up to the left! They're not afraid to speak the truth -- a truth that has been taboo for too long -- a lie created by the Left.
Friend, we have less than four critical days to meet my goal of raising $37,874 before November 6. Our pastors are able to speak out against assaults by the Left because of your help.
But they have everything to lose by separating the myth from the truth because their congregations can walk-out. But they know that we must reach Americans with a powerful message of freedom for the first time in generations if we're going to save our country.
After all, it was a pastor who reached out to me and and preached about personal responsibility and told me to get off of welfare.
Join me and raise up proud Americans who can restore our nation to its foundations of individual liberty before it's too late!
Help me reach pastors in urban communities and educate them how to speak out about the values that we share.
So far, 308 supporters like you have donated $19,692 (and two cents) towards this urgent goal.
We're half-way towards the finish line and I know we can meet it. Now is the time I need you the most.
Your foot-soldier for freedom.
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