Get to Know Muskegon County Conservative Women’s Caucus

For many years we have seen the work that a liberal women’s group has done here in Muskegon county. We have also seen how many conservative women have stood for their values and beliefs, but unfortunately, many people think that it’s just a “small few” who believe that way or think that way. We know this is not true! We know that there are many women who are conservative, who believe in true family values, who will fight for the preborn, who do not hate men, and who want to make a difference. The Muskegon Conservative Women’s Caucus believes we are stronger together and when unified, WILL make a difference!

We are a collective voice of reason in a society gone woke – our voice must be heard. We will work to uphold medical choice and religious rights for everyone in this country. We will push back against cancel culture, indoctrination in schools, and the assault on moral decency and freedom. We will advocate, speak, work, labor, and stand for what is right. We will strive to defend our God-given rights of life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. We will not sit idly by and let our families, schools, communities, and nation lose the rich heritage of freedom bought and paid for by those who have given their lives in service to our country. We will stand strong in defense of the family, Judeo Christian values, and conservative principles that build responsible citizens and cultivate strong families and communities.

MORE TO KNOW ABOUT MCCWC FROM OUR UNITE FOR MICHIGAN Q&A:

Q. If you were not in your current role/endeavor, what would you be doing instead?

A. I have been in ministry for 36 years and have always strived to help, assist, and do whatever is needed to advance the Kingdom of God.

Besides founding the Muskegon Conservative Women’s Caucus, I lead the Muskegon Renew Women’s Conference, am an area rep for Citizens for Traditional Values, on the task force for the new Michigan Coalition for Freedom, board member Muskegon Pregnancy Services, was involved with the Muskegon GOP for many years, am the Executive Director of the White Lake Chamber Music Society and Festival, have 7 children, 11 grandchildren and 2 more on the way, plus many other ministry duties.

I thrive when I start and/or support endeavors that provide opportunities to empower others to make a difference. My heart’s cry is to do the Lord’s will and be used by Him!

 

Q. What has been the biggest impact in your industry or life in the last 5 years?

A. The assault on conservative values is by far the greatest threat to our God-given freedoms. We must do everything we can to fight back. We are at war.

 

Q. Where do you see yourself or business in 5 years?

A. I see a well-oiled conservative machine operating in Muskegon County: organized parent and community groups in every school district, representatives in conservative churches to coordinate communication, conservatives elected to local offices and school boards, average every day kind of people that are empowered to stand for freedom and our God-given rights, that realize the importance of taking a stand and letting their voices be heard and therefore influence culture.

 

Q. Who do you most admire or are inspired by, and why?

A. Hebrews 11 greatly inspires me. These were ordinary men and women like us who chose to be courageous in the face of trouble and difficulties and therefore did great things because of their faith (Verse 32 – 34) And what more shall I say? I do not have time to tell about Gideon, Barak, Samson and Jephthah, about David and Samuel and the prophets, 33 who through faith conquered kingdoms, administered justice, and gained what was promised; who shut the mouths of lions, 34 quenched the fury of the flames, and escaped the edge of the sword; whose weakness was turned to strength; and who became powerful in battle and routed foreign armies.

 

Q. What organization is top on your list to provide support?

A. The Muskegon Conservative Women’s Caucus

 

Q. What is the biggest need you face in your business or organization today?

A. People need to get involved and do something: attend school board meetings, township, county, and city meetings and speak up and use their voice! We are in election season. There are great candidates running but they need help knocking doors, making phone calls, and raising money to be able to win! Our opponents have a lot of time and money that is being pumped into their campaigns. For us to win we MUST step up!

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