District 6 Election, Capitol Devotionals, Liquor
Radio Commentary, 90.7, 91.7 New Life FM, June 23, 2017 – By Sue Ella Deadwyler
Since President Trump appointed members of Congress to serve on his executive cabinet, states have elected their replacements in special elections, and conservative candidates have won every one, including the one in Georgia.
When Karen Handel won the Sixth Congressional District race June 20th, she became the first Republican woman Georgia has ever elected to Congress. She will take the oath of office after the June 20th vote is certified, and could be seated in time to vote on the bill to replace Obamacare, if it’s amended in the Senate and goes back to the House for agreement.
More good news: Nine leaders in President Trump’s 24-member cabinet, including Vice President Pence, regularly participate in a weekly Bible study for prayer and fellowship in Washington, D.C. Sponsors of the Bible study include two cabinet members from Georgia – Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue and Health and Human Services Secretary Tom Price – plus 26 congressmen, including Senator David Perdue, Representatives Rick Allen and Tom Graves from Georgia. Continue reading