Financing a Cultural Reclamation

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Advent 2015
Dear Friends and Supporters,
Our Lord was born into a world riddled with political turmoil, revolutionary fervor, social chaos, and religious apostasy. Sound familiar? That is now our world, and the incarnate God birthed at Bethlehem that grew to be the redeeming King of Glory who transformed that world is transforming ours. CCL is one of his agents of cultural transformation, and you are keeping us in the thick of the transformation business.
Thank you so much for praying for and supporting my successful fall Southwest speaking tour. God blessed in ways I have no room to enumerate here, but here are just a few plans for 2016 —
  • The Oklahoma Center for Cultural Leadership, a national quarterly school for 100-300 pastors, meeting initially in Dallas, training them in the aggressive cultural worldview to re-Christianize our society. It starts in Dallas but, by God’s grace, won’t end there.
  • The following publications: Jeffery J. Ventrella’s Christ, Caesar, and Self: A Pauline Proposal for Understanding the Paradoxical Call for Statist Coercion and Unfettered Autonomy; the Honorable William Graves’ Prudent Jurisprudence: Essays on Law and Politics; and P. Andrew Sandlin’s Christian Culture’s Roots, Reign, Ruin and Restoration; The Gospel That Reclaims Culture; Bloody Good Friday: Studies for Holy Week; and What the Reformation Must Look Like Today.
  • Brian Mattson’s and my lecturing for the Blackstone Legal Fellowship next summer; Brian’s lecturing on Christian Worldview of Media and Public Policy for the Institute for Biblical and Theological Studies in Budapest; and my lecturing for the Wilberforce Academy in London.
  • Bill Blankschaen’s book collaboration with Red State’s Erick Erickson.
This is just the start.
As you probably know, most Christian ministries receive a large proportion of their annual donations at year’s end. We especially need help this year’s end. To keep us forging ahead for Christian culture, can you send your largest tax-deductible year-end gift to date?
You can donate here:
Or you can send a check to:
Center for Cultural Leadership
P. O. Box 100
Coulterville, CA 95311
I need your prayer, and I need your gifts.
I pray that you and your family have the merriest — and most Lord-honoring — Christmas ever.
With deep gratitude and respect,
P. Andrew Sandlin, Founder and President

 

3 thoughts on “Financing a Cultural Reclamation

  1. Andrew, Got your message on financing the cultural reclamation.  We’ll be sending some help shortly.  What you outlined is exciting.  I liked the “prudent jurisprudence” you spoke of in connection with me. I will certainly try to live up to that. Sorry I could not respond yesterday, but our computer was ill again.  It is so tragic as to what happened in California yesterday.  I believe that equally tragic we are going to see more of this carnage. I read an article in the Wall Street Journal about how Israel addressed this sort of thing.  Sounds like we should utilized their playbook. I’ve wondered what Rush would say about all this.  I think I know. I’ve got a murder case next week.  It seems like I’m about back to normal healthwise. At least I’ve been feeling very good. Godspeed. Bill

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