WV FAMILY FOUNDATION RESTORES TIES TO AMERICAN FAMILY ASSOCIATION
The WV Family Foundation was born in November of 1990 with the help and support of Rev. Don Wildmon and the American Family Association. Since then we have been a light in the political darkness of West Virginia through the publication of the West Virginia Family News, election voter guides and lobbying efforts to protect families and our Biblical values.
Several years ago there were some concerns about legal liabilities which caused a split with the AFA, but now the National Association and our State Family Foundation will once again work together to promote decency.
This has come about thanks to the effort of Kathleen OíConnor who was elected as our Vice President in June of 1998. Kathleen is from Wheeling West Virginia and she has proven to be a tireless worker, for the cause of Jesus Christ.
OíCONNOR TO LEAD FAMILY FOUNDATION
At the next Board of Directors meeting, Kathleen OíConnor will be officially nominated to be the next President of the West Virginia Family Foundation, also Don Green of Charleston has agreed to serve as Vice President. In the interim, Kathleen will begin leadership duties under the direction of current president, Sam Cravotta, who is moving to North Carolina. She urges all of Godís faithful people to stand firm.
My Dear Brothers and Sisters in Christ,
Our kind Lord has given me a vision for West Virginia. I believe one day we will be a state cherished for our Godliness not a place scorned for its ignorance.
This is not difficult for it is Godís will. We are chosen for this blessing. But until the "Body of Christ" awakens from its apathy and rises up in revival, we have a great work to do, exposing darkness to the light and defending our children from the temptations of evil. I look forward to meeting each of you and working together fulfilling Godís plans for our state.
Your Sincere Servant in Christ
1999 FAMILY FOUNDATION OBJECTIVES
DO YOU WANT TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE?
Volunteers are needed; to contribute money to pay for mailings, to write letters to the Editor and to legislators, to contact local school boards, and to work with local groups of concerned Christians. Wonít you please give Kathleen your support by contributing today?
Without your financial assistance we cannot continue opposing Gambling Corruption and the Homosexual agenda. And donít forget to subscribe to the Day Star Tribune $16 for 12 issues per year.
May God bless those who care !
Samuel A. Cravotta, President
West Virginia Family Foundation
Contributions are not tax deductible. West Virginia residents may obtain a summary of the registration and financial documents from the Secretary of State, State Capitol, Charleston, WV 25305. Registration does not imply endorsement.