Chosen Generation Radio for Monday; Have believers lost their voice in America? Can we convene a Convention of States?

On the first half hour of today’s program I will be joined by Tim Barton of WallBuilders. Tim joins me to discuss the trend of Christians to back down and allow politically correct to take over. Tim takes biblically correct seriously and will address Biblcially Correct versus Politically correct.
Timothy is a speaker for WallBuilders, a national pro-family organization that presents America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on our religious, moral, and constitutional heritage. WallBuilders has been recognized from coast-to-coast for its work in education, history, law, and public policy, integrating the elements of Biblical faith and morality throughout all aspects of American life and culture.
Tim excels in his various presentations on worldview, education, the truth of America’s Godly heritage, and a variety of other topics. Pastors, seminars, churches, schools (both public and private), and youth conferences have been challenged and inspired by the information he presents. From elementary students to senior adults, Timothy gains the rapt attention of all with his unique presentation style and powerful content. While he engages and challenges the mind, his dynamic messages speak straight to the heart.
Tim is an ordained minister and has worked in a variety of church staff positions, including as youth minister, worship leader, and assistant pastor. He served as an athletic director, teacher, and coach at a Christian School in Texas, also serving as a basketball camp coach at Duke University.
Tim graduated from college with a degree in Business Management and a minor in Biblical Studies. During college, he mentored youth, working with local youth groups and serving at an orphanage. He also worked for several years as a senior counselor at a large youth camp in Hot Springs, Arkansas. Regardless of where he is, Tim speaks into the lives of those around him, encouraging them to live passionately and to follow Christ whole-heartedly.
Tim, and his wife Gabi, currently reside in Weatherford, Texas.
WallBuilders is an organization dedicated to presenting America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on the moral, religious, and constitutional foundation on which America was built – a foundation which, in recent years, has been seriously attacked and undermined. In accord with what was so accurately stated by George Washington, we believe that “the propitious [favorable] smiles of heaven can never be expected on a nation which disregards the eternal rules of order and right which heaven itself has ordained.”
WallBuilders’ goal is to exert a direct and positive influence in government, education, and the family by (1) educating the nation concerning the Godly foundation of our country; (2) providing information to federal, state, and local officials as they develop public policies which reflect Biblical values; and (3) encouraging Christians to be involved in the civic arena.
On the second half of the program I will be joined by Mark Wohlschlegle II, the Director of the Convention of States Project. The US constitution Article 5 gives the States a remedy for a Federal Government that has gone out of control. It is a Convention of States. Today Mark will lay out the argument for such an incursion and discuss the safeguards that protect our nation from being over thrown during such an event.
Mark Wohlschlegel II is the Executive Director for the Convention of States Project. As the head of the new organization, Wohlschlegel works to develop strong relationships with partnering organizations, and oversees the daily operations of the COS team. Prior to joining the project, Wohlschlegel was instrumental in pioneering Generation Joshua, a highly successful leadership organization that seeks to encourage youth involvement in grassroots campaigning. In 2004, he was selected to be their first State Director for California.
He received his B.A. in Government as a member of the inaugural graduating class from Patrick Henry College. In 2008, he earned his JD from Regent University Law School and became a Virginia barred attorney with Americans for Limited Government. There, he worked extensively on the Freedom of Information Act.
Wohlschlegel lives in northern Virginia with his wife, Ifdy.

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