A Community On Its Knees Knowing Its Need
Author: Steve Huston  


When a government and its nation’s society presses upon the people of God to go against their consciences and convictions, the words of Abraham Kuyper should resound in our ears: “When principles that run against your deepest convictions begin to win the day, then battle is your calling, and peace has become sin; you must, at the price of the dearest peace, lay your convictions bare before friend and enemy, with all the fire of your faith.

We are called to be a people of prayer, focusing upon our need of God’s intervention, His strength, and His guidance.

Join with for the National Day of Prayer—Thursday, May 4, 2017—at the Veterans Memorial Park in Fremont at noon.

We will gather at Veterans Park for a time of prayer led by Rev. Ron Workman and a brief meditation will be offered by nationally-noted speaker and filmmaker Curtis Bowers. We are pleased to have these men with us, as well as the Bowers family for a time of singing.


The very next eveningFriday, May 5, at 7:00 PM (at American Decency headquarters; 203 E. Main St., Fremont, MI) Curtis Bowers will be speaking about the political, moral, and spiritual dangers our country is facing – and what our response as Christians should be.

Curtis Bowers, recognizing the assault upon Biblical values, religious freedom and marriage, took to the highways of America last year – going from community to community sharing his powerful second movie production, Agenda 2:  Masters of Deceit.

Being burdened over the spiritual warfare facing America, the Bowers family took their movie, gift of speaking, and music ministry to state after state right up and through the election doing their part to call citizens to discern the difference between truth and lies.

We at ADA do anticipate a packed house on Friday night as Curtis addresses issues of national concern and fields questions regarding family and spiritual issues of our day.  All of these and the added blessing brought by the Bowers' family ministry in music!

If at all possible, we encourage you to squeeze time out of your busy schedule to be both challenged and inspired. Join us at the American Decency building THIS Friday—May 5—at 7:00 PM. Bring some friends; don’t miss out on this time of worship, learning, and fellowship.

For more information, please call 231-924-4050.

 “Why Do the Nations Rage?”
When:  June 2-4 (Friday, Saturday, Sunday)
Where: The Shack Country Inn 2263 W. 14th Street, White Cloud, MI  49349
ph:  231-924-6683 - http://shackcountryinn.com/


Featured Speakers:

Dave Agema, Former Republican National Committee Member, former state representative from Jenison, MI, former Airforce jet fighter pilot, former pilot for American Airlines.

Bill Johnson, Founder and president of American Decency Association, AFA’s first named state director (1987-1999), Leading ADA for its eighteen years of existence.

Pastor Ron Workman, Long time Bible Church pastor having served in Illinois, Florida and Michigan. Ron is the founder of Interim Ministries Incorporated. He has helped many churches through times of pastoral transition.

Pastor Terry D. Slachter, Is the head of Reaching America Ministries (formerly Project Philip).  Terry has pastored in Dearborn, Grand Rapids, Indianapolis and he is currently pastoring in Lamont, MI.  Terry encourages and equips churches and individual Christians to sow the seed of the gospel.

Mary Beeke
, Author of the book,  The Law of Kindness.  In it, Mary examines the idea of kindness, and gives helpful advice for putting it into action. She includes specific chapters addressed to wives, husbands, parents, teachers, and children.

Dr. Joel Beeke, International speaker and president of the Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary, author and pastor.

Further registration information and limitations:

There are 55 lodging rooms available. 

Call early to register for either a room or to reserve a place to attend the conference even though you won’t be an overnight paid guest.

$240.00 (for two nights) Back view rooms
$260.00 (for two nights) Lake view rooms
$300.00 (for two nights) Hot tub rooms

These costs include all meals and a banana split served nightly.  Meals may also be purchased ala carte for those who attend the conference only, and do not spend the night.

To register for a room call The Shack at 231-924-6683 and ask for the ADA rate.              

Also, call us at ADA to register for the conference.  Let us know if you will be an overnight guest or coming just for the conference sessions.  Call ADA at 231-924-4050.



To support our efforts please click here or mail your gift to American Decency Association (ADA), PO Box 202, Fremont, MI 49412.  

American Decency Association is a member of the Evangelical Council for Financial Accountability.


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