Your son or daughter has just been diagnosed with Crohn’s disease and the doctor recommends a drug you just don’t feel right about. So you research. You join a Facebook group, meet other’s who’ve been fighting for medical freedoms and… become an activist.
And that is right where our podcast picks up today. My guest Sheri Graham, (homeschooling mom of 5) shares her story of getting involved, how she learned about local and state government, how to contact representatives, and more.
Even at home, there are things you can do to learn and understand what the governmental processes are and how to be involved.
Pour another cup of coffee or tea and be encouraged for the next 35 minutes. The resources mentioned in this podcast can be found below.
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This podcast covers:
- How Sheri learned about local and state government
- How to find and contact your local representatives
- Whether phone calls and letters to your local representatives really change anything
- How your voice and standing for truth matters
- Why we should encourage our senators and legislators
- What you can do, as a full-time homemaker, to be more involved
- How to learn and understand government processes as a stay at home mom
- Why Christians should get involved in government
- PDF: How a stay-at-home-mom can get involved in politics
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