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Sarah Palin, Candy Carson, Missy Robertson Headline Mom’s March Sept. 23

While violent Leftist protesters plan to converge on Washington this September with a message of hate, out in America’s heartland there’s another march and another message – love for one’s country and family – being planned for September 23 at the Ralston Arena in Omaha, Nebraska.

The Mom’s March for America—a national gathering of mothers to shine the light on the powerful influence of Moms March for Americamothers in our homes, communities, and nation; and raise the bar of decency, civility, and liberty in our culture.

Sponsored by HomeMakers for America, the Mom’s March for America is a national gathering of mothers centered in the Heartland of America and broadcast live across the nation via Livestream Internet and Salem Radio Omaha.

The march is centered in the Heartland of America, in Omaha, Nebraska, and broadcast live so you can join the march wherever you are! Sarah Palin, Candy Carson (wife of Dr. Ben Carson), Missy Robertson (Duck Dynasty), Tina Griffin, Karen Vaughn and our good friend Martha Boneta are just a few of the awesome moms speaking at the march.

This is not a march walking down the street, shouting and carrying signs. This is a Cultural March; a celebration of the biggest cultural movement happening in America – the march that mothers make every day in their homes, neighborhoods, and businesses as they nurture their families, influence their communities and shape our nation.

Kimberly Fletcher, organizer of the March, says “the Mom’s March isn’t about politics, parties, or policies. It’s about mothers standing united for principles –-the principles and values America was founded on; that supported mothers, respected families, and made us the freest, most prosperous nation on earth. It’s about reviving the sense of community and spirit of sisterhood that once thrived among the women of America. It is about coming together to celebrate motherhood and support and encourage each other as we stand united for truth, family, faith, freedom, and the constitution which protects our divine rights as mothers. It’s about lifting a nation!”

In an email to friends and partners Kimberly told us. “God's hand is truly in this. He is calling his daughters to rise up in a grand celebration of motherhood, family and freedom.”

The Declaration of Mothers is the foundation and standard for the Mom’s March for America. If you support the Declaration of Mothers, Kimberly and the organizers of the Mom’s march invite you to join them. We believe there is at least one mother in every city and town in America who still cares about God, recognizes the importance of family and wants to see freedom prosper. We urge CHQ readers to sign the Declaration of Mothers and help to light up your city and show these Godly women that you are with them.

To sign-up to attend the Mom’s March in person click this link.

There are several exciting things going on Friday and Saturday in Omaha as part of the Mom’s March events beginning with the Ladies Liberty Convention Friday morning. The Convention is a day full of hope, joy, and enlightenment –an inspiring day out just for the ladies! The “Remember the Ladies” Banquet Friday night features Sam Sorbo (actor, author, mom, and wife of Kevin Sorbo) some beautiful presentations and even a few surprises. Both Friday and Saturday the Concourse will be filled a visual display of the good, the true, and the beautiful in their Exhibit of Light, Truth, and Liberty. There will also be several local and national organizations sharing information and resources to support your home and family–and a lot of free gifts and great prizes to give away.

If you can’t travel to Omaha, Nebraska in person you can still participate! Our friends at Salem Broadcasting are covering it via Salem Radio Omaha and the event will also be livestreamed, so you can gather your family, friends, church group or neighborhood moms to participate virtually.

HomeMakers for America is the host organization for the Moms March for America. HomeMakers for America is recognized as a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization by the IRS. Your donation is tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law and we urge you to support these Godly women as they gather and organize to raise the bar of decency, civility, and liberty in our culture.

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