Rev. Harry R. Jackson, Jr.
Public Advocate would like to award Rev. Harry R. Jackson this month's Family Advocate award. He has been a tireless champion of traditional values in his writings, ministry, and leadership. Recently, Rev. Jackson has been promoting a ballot initiative to preserve traditional marriage here in Washington D.C. The effort has been lead by the group Stand for Marriage D.C. an organization that he has been in coalition with along with other community leaders who defend traditional marriage. They will be hosting a rally to preserve marriage on Tuesday, October 6, 2009 in Washington D.C.
Rev. Harry R. Jackson has been senior pastor of Hope Christian Church since 1988 and has authored numerous books defending traditional values including: In Laws, Outlaws and the Functional Family, The Warrior's Heart, The Way of the Warrior, The Black Contract with America on Moral Values, Personal Faith Public Policy and The Truth in Black and White. He is also a regular columnist on Townhall.com and serves as the chairman for the High Impact Leadership Coalition (HILC) which exists to help religious and community leaders to impact their world and their communities.
Read his latest article in the Washington Times here: http://www. publicadvocateusa.org/news/ article.php?article=5176
See bellow for more information on the October 6 rally.
Rally for Traditional Marriage Oct. 6, 2009
From our friends at Maryland Citizens for a Responsible Government:
The Nation's Capitol, Washington DC, will soon consider legalizing genderless marriage. In response,
The Rally for Traditional Marriage is Tuesday, October 6, 2009, 5:00-7:00pm, Freedom Plaza, across from 1350 Pennsylvania Ave, NW, Washington, DC. See this flyer and attend if you can.
The Hearing for the Washington DC Marriage Initiative is Monday, October 26 , 2009 at 10:00am -- at 441 4th St, NW , Washington, DC -- People who want to be a witness can call 202/727-2194 or email them at[email protected]
The website is www.stand4Marriagedc.com ----- Per web site:
"The people of Washington, D.C. have been denied their fundamental right to vote on whether to recognize homosexual "marriages" performed outside of the District. Now, the City Council has stated their intent to legalize homosexual marriage - again without a vote of the people. Voters in 30 other states have already voted on whether to legalize homosexual marriage and every single state has voted in favor of traditional marriage. It is high time that voters in the District be able to have their direct say.
Stand for Marriage D.C. is seeking to place a voter initiative - the Defense of Marriage Initiative -- on the ballot to preserve the definition of marriage as what every generation throughout history has always understood it to be: between one man and one woman. Join us today and make your voice heard for traditional marriage!"