Sunday, February 5, 2012

Just a couple of quick announcements...

Just a couple of quick announcements

1) I plan on sending out the regular e-mail Tuesday morning. Sure
would like to have more Presidential Straw Poll votes before I report
the results next Tuesday. Therefore, if you haven’t already sent me an
e-mail with your choice for President, or didn’t vote in person during
last Wednesday’s meeting, please do so now. I will continue to tally
the votes until midnight on Monday. Just send an e-mail with your
choice for president to: , you do not have
to be a dues paying member to participate.

2) Last year we had Lea Carawan, Executive Director of the National
Prayer Caucus, speak at OCPAC about the many accomplishments in
Washington toward stopping the censorship of the Christian influence
upon the founding of our nation. We were informed that many states
were forming state prayer caucuses where Christian lawmakers from both
sides of the isle could gather for prayer to seek God’s help toward
proper governance of each state. Many of the people participating
understand that the core of our problems are spiritual in nature and
the issues we wrangle over are actually the manifestations of that
spiritual battle. With the first day of session beginning on Monday, a
historic gathering will occur to start Oklahoma’s Legislative Prayer

Therefore Christians are asked to gather at the Rotunda in the Capitol
from 9:30 until 10:30 a.m. on Monday, February 6th for the following

* To support the formation of the Oklahoma Legislative Prayer Caucus,
a bi-partisan group of state legislators united to defend America’s
right to trust in God

* Signing the Oklahoma Call to Prayer Proclamation

* Reaffirming our national motto: In God We Trust

Also, don’t forget the 8th annual prayer gathering in the House and
Senate chambers on Sunday afternoon from 2 until 4:00 p.m. Please park
and enter on the West side of the Capitol. I have been really sick
since last Wednesday evening and finally went to the Doctor Friday
afternoon. Have felt some better on Saturday, but don’t know if I will
try to get out on Sunday. This is an important time to sit in the
chair of your own state Senator and House member to pray for them on
the day before the session starts. I hope to make it, but time will

Thanks for your time and attention.

Charlie Meadows

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