Don’t Forget the Rally for HB 2 on Monday
Christian Action League
April 22, 2016
The Christian Action League is making some changes to increase its effectiveness. We are reconstructing our vast email list to make it possible to reach more people faster than ever before. That will require we forego our weekly e-newsletter, The CAL Insider, for this week.
For more than a decade people in nearly every county in North Carolina have been receiving, The CAL Insider. This will be the first time we have ever missed an issue.
Still, we knew that we could count on your patience while we sharpen our ability to be a greater influence for Christ in a much endangered culture.
We anticipate that we’ll be back on schedule next week.
Attend the Rally!
In the meantime, we simply want to emphasize the importance of your attendance at the rally for HB 2, this coming Monday, April 25th on the Halifax Mall in Raleigh.
The left is putting tremendous pressures on our Governor and state lawmakers to repeal this common sense law – a law which simply prohibits men from using women’s bathrooms, showers, locker rooms, and permits private businesses the right to live and work according to their peacefully expressed beliefs.
Our Governor and lawmakers who support HB 2 are standing up for us. We need to stand with them. That’s why your presence at the rally is so important!
Please pass this message along to your family members and friends. Share it at church and Sunday School. Get a busload of folks to come from your church. Arrange a carpool of friends to go. Share it on Facebook, Twitter, or other forms of social media.
WE NEED THOUSANDS TO BE PRESENT IN SUPPORT OF HB 2
Watch the three minute video by Dr. Creech announcing the rally by clicking here.
Here are some details below. SEE YOU AT THE RALLY.
Rally for HB 2
(Behind the Legislative Building on Jones Street in Raleigh)
Starts at Noon
Preceding the rally, there will be singing by the Southern Gospel group, the Calvary Quartet, starting at 11:15.
Speakers for the rally include:
- Ron Baity – Return America
- The Benham Brothers
- David Gibbs, Jr. – The Christian Law Association
- Mark Creech – The Christian Action League
- John Rustin – The North Carolina Family Policy Council
- Patrick Wooden – Upper Room Church of God in Christ, Raleigh
- Mark Harris – First Baptist Church, Charlotte
- Tami Fitzgerald – North Carolina Values Coalition
Some state legislators will also be present to speak.