Saturday, November 11, 2006

Scarborough Email Archives 6/26/2006

From Rev. Rick Scarborough of Vision American
From: Dr. Rick Scarborough []
Sent: Monday, June 26, 2006 4:46 PM
Subject: XXX, I need you as a Patriot Partner

Dear XXX,

How far we have come in such a relatively short time. On June 1,
2002 I resigned First Baptist Church of Pearland, TX after 12 years of ministry to pursue full-time this mission of mobilizing Pastors across America.

In the spring of this year we received confirmation that The Church Report, an online journal that reaches 90,000 churches, had selected Vision America as one of the top Christian political organizations in America. Certainly God has chosen to bless and anoint our efforts to call Pastors to be salt and light in the moral/civic arena. Read on to find out about our latest important fight against human cloning in the state of Missouri.

Much of what we have been able to do so quickly can be attributed to a small number of large donors who have been gracious to assist our efforts. But what Vision America needs now more than ever, are hundreds of small, but faithful Patriot Partners, who will invest a minimum of $1 a day, to help solidify our base operations so we can function without facing the ups and downs of one time large gifts.

I am asking you to partner with us as one of the initial 150 Patriot Partners who will help us take our country back. Click here to join with us!

God has positioned Vision America to be a voice to Pastors. I'm sure you agree with me that our pulpits can no longer be silent on the vital issues of the day. We have been mobilizing fervent men of God for nearly a dozen years now, but there are still so many more that we need to reach!

Click here to join with us as a Patriot Partner and help us mobilize thousands of Pastors for effective civic action.

During the next five months we will be focusing most of our efforts on the state of Missouri, where the next major battle for the soul of America is being waged. Millions of dollars are pouring into that state in an effort to pass a Constitutional Amendment allowing human cloning for the first time in American history.

At the outset of this battle, we are more than 20 points behind in the polls. The big spenders have convinced the voters that human cloning for medical experiments is an acceptable proposition.
From now until election day, Vision America is allocating $100,000 toward educating Pastors otherwise.

We will hold five major rallies around the state featuring Alan Keyes and myself, and a minimum of 10 Pastor Briefings, each gathering up to 100 Pastors. We are also planning a campaign on the airwaves with allies at American Family Radio and the Bott Radio Network offering their communication networks for our efforts.

I cannot sit back and watch this happen and I know that there are men of God in local congregations who feel the same. We only need to locate, educate, and activate these pastors for the cause of life.

I will be spending the next 5 months looking for Patriot Pastors who will...stand up, speak up and refuse to give Missouri.
You can be there with me by becoming a Patriot Partner, giving just $1 per day or $30 per month. I want you to feel that when you next see me speaking out on a national TV program for our values, that you are there, as we partner together.

Click here if you will help us mobilize these pastors in Missouri and other states.

Your small but significant investment will send a powerful message to the ACLU, Hollywood elite, and other liberal forces and show them that we still believe in an America that respects life, family, and traditional values.

Thank you in advance for your personal support!


Rick Scarborough
Vision America

P.S. In exchange for your gift, I will send you an autographed copy of my recently published book, Liberalism Kills Kids. This book book exposes a cultural coup d'etat that has left our families gasping for air and it's your free gift for joining with us as a Patriot Partner.

Ref: Patriot Partner, Liberalism Kills Kids, The Church Report

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