Thursday, March 26, 2015

SDA TEA: Can the Mix Work?

Patricia Evans e-mailed this invitation to the last of three public events intended to explore the common ground between some Seventh-Day Adventists and some Tea Parties. For me, these are two separate circles of acquaintance; I'm interested in meeting people who even have both circles of acquaintance, much less belong to both. If anyone living reasonably close to Gate City cares to drive out to Moneta to attend this, I'd love to go along!

"Did you know that the Founders believed that passing debt to future generations was immoral?

Did you know that by 1835, fulfilling those beliefs, even after fighting the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812, the United States was debt free? (well, almost...only $32,733 or about 2/10ths of one cent per person)

Did you know that by 1905, only 114 years after ratification of the Constitution, the United States, with only 6% of the population and 5% of the land area was producing over half of almost everything in the world?

Please join us this Saturday the 28th  at 2:00 to re-discover the 28 principles of liberty that our Founders deemed essential for any society that wishes to remain prosperous and free!

We will have light refreshments about midway through the presentation. If you’ll be joining us please click  HERE so Cathy will know how much grub to rustle up.

America: A Miracle That Changed the World
Discover the 28 Principles of Liberty that our Founding Fathers deemed essential for a society to remain free and prosperous

Saturday, March 28th  2:00 – 6:00 or so
Smith Mountain Lake Seventh-day Adventist Church
10802 Moneta Rd.
Moneta, VA 24121

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Hosts and Contact:
Chuck & Cathy Angier
434-688-2208 (cell & text)
PLEASE don’t hesitate to contact us. Email contact will probably be more productive than phone, but either is fine.

With Blessings,

Chuck & Cathy

"Educate and inform the whole mass of the people. They are the only sure reliance for the preservation of our liberty."  - Thomas Jefferson