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Across America- A cross in every yard!

In Uncategorized on September 18, 2011 at 11:15 AM


 

“ACross America” is a work-in-progress and a vision of a local Bradley County resident. The vision is to see white crosses in yards across our community, other counties and states, until a cross stands in every yard throughout this country as a personal witness of faith, and to unite this nation so that it once again stands as one nation, under God, with liberty and justice for all. How powerful it would be to see tens of thousands of yards bearing witness to the only One who can bring true hope and change to the individual, to the family, to the nation, and to His church giving Him the Glory!
 
“ACross America” began earlier this year and made its first distribution of over 1000 crosses at Cleveland First Baptist Church. Since that time, this local project has made, painted and distributed an average of 1000 crosses a month. ACross America is supported solely by donations which 100% goes into the next production of crosses. These crosses are made, painted and distributed by  faithful volunteers.  
 
It is said that America is no longer a Christian nation. Even our current President has repeatedly made this reference. As Christians, we are challenged at every turn, and our voices are being silenced.  Past and present decisions and levels of “tolerance” have blurred our society into a shameful, nearly unrecognizable state.  We have allowed our values to become so compromised, until those values have little to no value today.  
 
 
Project Background
 
Two years ago in a small town in Michigan an atheist was successful in having crosses removed at a bridge.  With the support of other activist he tried to have other crosses removed from public view.  At that point the residents decided enough is enough, and hundreds of residents made simple white crosses and placed them in their front yards. That expression of faith resulted in all opposition leaving the town. Those simple white crosses still stand in the yards of Christians in Frankenmuth, Michigan.
 
Just as the small community in Michigan stood strong in their expression of faith, ACross America invites everyone to stand strong as a witness to their faith. Rather than ‘chasing someone out of town’, ACross America is ‘inviting SomeOne into town’.
 
Please pray for this vision to spread across our land…touching the lives of those who pass by as well as those who occupy the home where a cross is planted. Let’s make the ACross America project EPIDEMIC!
 
Pray for others to be encouraged and motivated to make and distribute crosses until the view from the heavens appears as a field of crosses as testimony to our Creator and In Whom We Trust.

 

U.S. EDA Supports Economic Development Planning in Bradley County, TN with $ 200,000 of your tax dollars!

In Agenda 21 on September 18, 2011 at 8:03 AM

Once again the Mayor of Cleveland has sneaked one past the Citizens of Cleveland and Bradley County in the amount of $ 125,000.00 with a matching or at least 50 percent match from the citizens of Bradley County for fulfillment of a Sustainable Development Project Plan.

This is only to fund the plan, the Comprehensive Plan, which equates to a bunch of pieces of paper and it is going to cost, or should I say it has already cost us hundreds of thousands of dollars.

This Socialist plan is a part of the United Nations Agenda 21 plan to re work every town in the United States to eventually control you and your property!

This article was found on a name search of Mr Rowland, to my knowledge this “press release” was never released locally or reported in any paper. This article was found on the US EDA website a subsidiary of the Department of Commerce!

Open your eyes Bradley County there is a bigger force than we can imagine driving the agenda in Bradley County and it is sinister and evil!

Our elected leaders are dancing with some very diabolical characters on the State, Federal and International levels. The Devils dance is methodical, consistent and is inhabiting our County by willing participants, the madness must stop!

Send up prayers for our leaders who are being blinded the desire for the dollar. (The article below)

WASHINGTON – The U.S. Commerce Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) today announced a $125,000 grant to the city of Cleveland, the city of Charleston and Bradley County, Tenn., to help boost comprehensive planning efforts critical to the region’s future sustainable growth.

“The Bradley region is attracting dynamic companies and has tremendous potential to continue to grow and become an economic engine in Tennessee,” said U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development John Fernandez. “This EDA grant will help implement the critical planning that is needed to foster sustainable development for the region.”

“At present, Volkswagen, Wacker Chemie, and Amazon.com have plans to hire thousands of workers and invest millions in private investment. The comprehensive planning effort will guide the response to the issues and concerns that arise from this unprecedented growth,” said Tom Rowland, Mayor of Cleveland, Tennessee.

The EDA grant will facilitate development of a comprehensive plan for sustainable growth in Bradley County, which is experiencing a transformation due to the influx of new industry. The regional plan will target three areas projected to contain the most densely populated growth, including in Cleveland’s central business core, and will support and promote economic revitalization, energy efficient transportation options, and regional economic competitiveness.

About the U.S. Economic Development Administration (www.eda.gov):

The mission of the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) is to lead the federal economic development agenda by promoting competitiveness and preparing the nation’s regions for growth and success in the worldwide economy. An agency within the U.S. Department of Commerce, EDA makes investments in economically distressed communities in order to create jobs for U.S. workers, promote American innovation and accelerate long-term sustainable economic growth.

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