Christian Action League Hosts Rally April 11 in Raleigh, North Carolina
RALEIGH, NC., April 8, 2016 | Christian News Service | -- The Christian Action League of North Carolina, Return America, along with other social conservative groups in the state will have a
The Christian Action League of North Carolina, Return America, along with other social conservative groups in the state will have a rally on the south side lawn of the capital building in Raleigh, Monday, April 11th, starting at noon time. The rally will be in support of Governor Pat McCrory, and state lawmakers for their passage of HB 2.
Dr. Mark Creech, executive director of the Christian Action League said, “The bill that passed and the one the Governor signed, HB 2, overturned an egregious Charlotte ordinance and restored basic expectations of privacy people have when using the restroom. The bill also provides that private businesses can make their own decisions regarding accommodations and services and not be forced by a city ordinance to do certain things that could be detrimental to their business. It’s unfortunate this common sense measure has been so grossly misrepresented and maligned. The rally will seek to provide clarity, as well as cheer our state’s Governor and lawmakers on.”
Nationally known featured speakers for the rally include:
Bishop Harry Jackson Jr., an African-American preacher, a social conservative activist and commentator, and senior pastor of Hope Christian Church in Beltsville, Maryland.
Also featured will be the Benham Brothers, David and Jason, who are identical twins. The brothers played major league baseball and were the hosts of the HGTV show, Flip it Forward.
Another great speaker will be Christian author and apologist, Frank Turek. His television show, I Don't Have Enough Faith to be an Atheist, airs on the NRB Network.
There will be a number of North Carolina based speakers such as John Rustin of the North Carolina Family Policy Council, Kami Mueller of the North Carolina Values Coalition, Ron Baity of Return America, and Rev. Mark Creech. Present to speak will be women who have been victims of sexual assault, as well as representatives of law enforcement.
Again, the rally is for supporters of Governor Pat McCrory, and state lawmakers, who passed HB 2. It will be on the south side lawn of the capital building in downtown Raleigh, Monday, April 11th, starting at noon time.