There are four parts to the work of God and Country Ministry.
1- Chaplain to Kentucky State Capitol Building
As a chaplain, each year I give all of the legislators, the governor, and others
a copy of the Bible (KJV). I teach a weekly Bible study in the Capitol, meet with
the legislators to counsel as a pastor would, and talk about Biblical principles
concerning the issues of the day.
2- Teaching of America’s Christian Heritage
These seminars are ideal for: churches, schools, patriot groups, etc. Topics
include: Faith ofthe Founding Fathers, The Biblical Basis of the Constitution &
Declaration, What the BibleTeaches about Socialism, Communism, Capitalism, and Entitlements.
I also have a seminar called Islam Examined, and a 3-part one entitled The History
and Comparison of Bible Versions.
3- Getting Patriotic Christians Informed, Involved and Inspired
This is accomplished by the radio show “Take America Back,” sending out the
monthly newsletter, using social media to keep people informed of breaking news,
providing free tours of the Kentucky Capitol, and hosting the annual conference “Christians
at the Capitol.”
4- Doing the Work of an Evangelist
As an ordained minister, it is my great privilege to preach the Word of God
in churches across the country. I am happy to preach at any denomination, but know
I am an old-fashioned Baptist preacher and that’s the type of preaching to expect.
When asked by a legislator what the churches think about an issue, my answer is
that I don’t speak for them, but instead show them what God’s Word says about the
WHAT ABOUT SEPARATION OF CHURCH & STATE?
Contrary to what is taught, this is NOT in the Constitution and quite the opposite
is taught in the Bible. Throughout history, God’s men have taken His Word to the
rulers of the day.