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Join us for a conversation with Bishop E.W. Jackson.

Tuesday, August 29, 2023, at 12 PM (ET)

Dial 667-776-9181 (no code needed)

There are so many things going on right now, it is difficult to sort them all out. There was the first 2024 Republican Presidential Debate in Milwaukee Wednesday evening. There were the Maui wildfires and the anemic Federal response. There are the continuing indictments of a former President. There are the ongoing Congressional investigations of the Biden Crime Family. There is the war in Ukraine and at what level should America be involved. There is the continuing invasion at the Southern border. 

Each of these issues captures a measure of our attention. Some are ultimately more significant than others. Rather than pick just one to discuss, let’s talk about all of them. What is on your minds? What would you like to discuss? What issues are important to you?

Bishop E.W. Jackson is president of Staying True to America’s National Destiny (STAND) in Chesapeake, VA, head pastor at The Called Church, also in Chesapeake, and the host of this weekly national conference call.

A Marine Corps veteran and graduate of the University of Massachusetts Boston and Harvard Law School, Bishop Jackson has authored several books and appeared as a commentator on national news networks such as C-SPAN, Fox News, and MSNBC.

He hosts a daily podcast, and directs the Awakening Hearts and Minds Project, an outreach to black, Hispanic, and other minority voters.

Bishop Jackson is also a candidate for the Republican nomination for President of the United States.

E. W. and his wife Theodora have been married since 1970 and have 3 children, Earl Jr., Rebecca, and Jaquelyn, and one granddaughter.

Please join us for this stimulating, informative conversation.


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