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From the City of Santa Clarita website:
From the Dunamis Group Website:
To make an impact in the community for Christ by creating a strong Christian Business presence in the Santa Clarita Valley through outward Christ-like business practices and lifestyles.
The purposes for this group are:
First and Foremost the ultimate goal is to Glorify GOD.
To present Jesus Christ as Savior and Lord to professional business men and to develop Christian professional business men to carry out the Great Commission (Matthew 28: 18-20).
To unite in a common organization Christian professional business men.
To promote Christian Business professionals and business men by providing a forum for the exchange of information.
To provide an organization to facilitate the teaching of basic biblical business principles and maintain biblically based ethical standards for running God’s business.
To provide a venue by which the group can reach out in SERVICE to the community to promote the love of Christ.
Do you want the United States to become a theocracy like Iran?
Do you want the Santa Clarita Mayor to become the Ayatollah of our valley?
Support Freedom of Religion
The Dunamis Group is the Anti-Christ of Democracy.
Find out what the Dunamis group is trying to promote.
Please don’t let your city succumb to pressures from these evangelical totalitarians.
The city promoted this event last year, there were many complaints. They didn’t hear your complaints – It’s time to let them know that Santa Clarita isn’t just a Christian community.
See below to find out more about Dunamis and how to make a difference today:
Make a difference today:
· Call for the Mayor to Boycott this Event!
· Send letters to the newspapers.
· Tell your friends and come out the next City Council meeting and voice your outrage.
· Email call or fax the City Council and city manager:
Selected Santa Clarita Valley Elected Officials
Mayor Laurene Weste
Mayor Pro-Tem Marsha McLean
Councilmember Bob Kellar
Councilmember Frank Ferry
Councilmember Cameron Smyth
City Manager Kenneth R. Pulskamp