In 2 days, this Friday December 6th, something important is happening: the National Leadership Briefing (NLB).
The NLB is a connection point for those who believe:
|1.||in parent freedom rights|
|2.||in freedom of religion and conscience|
|3.||in the importance of protecting the most vulnerable among us|
|4.||that governments need to responsibly steward our tax dollars|
Every month, moderator Doug Sharpe, brings insightful teaching on how average Canadians can effectively impact our nation in these areas.
His presentations are a mix of teaching and interviewing fascinating guests who are on the frontlines of these issues.
The information he presents is vital for anyone seeking to effectively be a part of the change our nation needs.
This Friday he is also sharing one of Faytene.tv‘s mentorship videos and has a special appearance by her as well.
If you love Canada and want to be a part of positive change, you won’t want to miss it.
Click here to sign up to register now and receive the call in details. If you cannot make the call at 1pm EST because of your work schedule, register anyway! You will receive a summary e-mail of what was shared on the call with links to the various elements.
Because you asked!!
Many of you have expressed a desire to stay connected in an authentic way with a national community of “doers.” Because of this 4 My Canada will be launching an interactive mentorship call in early 2020 as a way to keep us all connected more authentically.
This will be hosted by Faytene Grasseschi and co-moderator Toyin Crandell.
On this call we will:
|1.||discuss the National Leadership Briefings and answer any questions that came out of them|
|2.||share other pertinent information for our nation|
|3.||interact in community for national impact|
|4.||feature special guests some calls|
The difference between this call and the NLB is one thing: interaction and membership. There will be a monthly membership subscription for this call of $14.95. Scholarships are available for those who cannot afford this.
Stay tuned for sign up details.
Thank you for those of you who took action and e-mailed MLAs in Alberta, and signed the petition for conscience rights in Alberta.
With the suicide at the Legislative Assembly on Monday, communications around this have been limited.
Please stay tuned for updates.