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Posted on January 31, 2023
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  1. Jen Byrd

    It is nice to find the CORAC newsletter here! I will cut and paste my initial thoughts “comment” on our inaugural edition of the note I sent our editor when it was hot off the press. ✒️📜

    “Hi Sheryl,

    Congrats on your inaugural newsletter rollout! I had a chance to peruse it and wanted to tell you how much I enjoyed the fresh and unique Interstate Insights piece. It was clever and creative and reminded me a bit of Charlie’s coffee shop ponderings, only on a much broader scale.

    I enjoy first hand eye witness stories! What he shared about experiencing more people non-complying is an inspiration to me and I am sure others as well. Good stuff there.

    Jen Byrd…”

  2. Beckita

    SO awesome, Sheryl! Love the idea, the format and your work which has brought this to fruition.

    Thank you so much,

  3. Jen Byrd

    I am glad we are reporting on the Surety Bonds more widely in our CORAC newsletter. CORAC R4 & R11 previously expressed interest in this strategy in defending our families and freedoms.

    A follow up to some Surety Bonds successes. This weeks Bonds For The Win – reported in their update – “We the People Liberated 358,149 Children this Week!” Praise be to God CORAC R7-Illinois is blazing some trails on this front.

    Regions, please be sure to report actions be taken locally in this or other initiative so we highlight your works and others may benefit from your experiences. This weekend’s R13 Scottsdale gathering to defend the faith and the faithful while the entire event and all participating were covered in prayer by our CORAC Prayer Team and volunteers is a blessing for us and for all. Thank you kindly. 😉

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Leadership is not a position at CORAC, it’s a mindset fueled by the heart. In these challenging times of rapid change and uncertainty, we thrive by empowering our members –– from all walks and stages of life –– to humbly take an active role in our mission.  Now is the time to take responsibilty for the gifts God entrusted you with, use them for the benefit of others, and trust that God will multiply your effort to help reap an abundant harvest. In short, acknowledge God, take the next right step, and be a sign of hope to those around you.

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