In this time of unique turmoil as people face pandemics, mask mandates, vaccine mandates, and other lockdowns, many are wondering how to react. What is best for our long-term health as individuals, families, and communities? The 2022 Faith and Medicine Conference is about helping individuals find ways to meet current needs with the hope of the Gospel and the truth of scripture. Whether you’re working in healthcare or receiving healthcare, there is growing concern regarding the integrity and motives of the healthcare system due to recent events. Many people are sensing darkness and unrest in healthcare and how it affects patients and practitioners, as well as American life. From policies and procedures to mandates and employment termination, the injustices are being acknowledged if not experienced. Learn more on the event’s web site.
It can be easy to feel helpless under the crushing weight of government actions that can all be excused by simply saying “due to the coronavirus.”
One of the most popular demands now is “we must mandate masks!”
Many people are understandably shocked to see their community fall so quickly under the thumb of local tyrants.
But we decided that instead of just giving in, we were going to do something about it.
By keeping elected officials accountable and refusing to back down, we were able to defeat the mask mandate in Whitfield County Georgia!
Unfortunately, many other counties and cities all across Georgia still force people to wear masks.
Whether it is everywhere or only inside public buildings or businesses a mask mandate is an infringement on your rights.
With the help of freedom loving Georgians like you, we can end mask mandates in the Peach State.
By working at the local level to defeat mask mandates we will bring freedom to our state while building a coalition of pro-freedom Georgians to make sure the mask mandates stay gone.
This is how we fought and won in Whitfield County, and how we can help you win in your community. Read More
Victory for Freedom & Self Government: Whitfield County Commissioners Abolish Mask Mandate Following Community Outcry
In a great example for Cobb and other counties in Georgia, on January 11th the Whitfield County Board of Commissioners voted to repeal a controversial mask mandate imposed on all citizens within county facilities and vehicles. Reconsideration of the mask mandate was not originally on the meeting agenda, but after receiving stacks of petitions, calls and emails from constituents decrying the mandate the week prior, the Commissioners amended the agenda to address their concerns. Supporters of the repeal are calling it a “huge win for freedom and personal responsibility in Whitfield County.”
Billy Joe Wilson spoke at the meeting in favor of the repeal “I have heard the comments that this is only for county buildings, this is still a mandate that I can’t use these buildings which are tax payer funded unless I abide by your arbitrary mandate.”
Wilson is a life-long resident of Whitfield County and when asked why he chose to do something about the mask mandate replied, “The almighty God does not force me to obey His righteousness, He convinces me that His way is better. Just because you have a good idea doesn’t mean you have the right to give a man a gun and force it.”