When you go to church or synagogue you may hear something like this:
All beings are God’s creation and all people on earth are entitled to peace and freedom from want.
“The Episcopal Church’s Office of Global Relations supports the United Nations as it works towards global, collective ecological responsibility. In 1992 earth leaders assembled for an Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil and created the Rio Declaration which became known as Agenda 21. It called for balance between the economic, social, and environmental needs of present and future generations.
In 2006, The Episcopal Church’s General Convention declared the United Nations Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) to be the top mission priority of The Episcopal Church. The ONE Episcopalian Campaign represents a partnership between The Episcopal Church and the ONE Campaign, striving together to end extreme global poverty and achieve the eight MDGs set by the United Nations and affirmed by every nation in the world.”
In 2006, the Episcopal Church launched a partnership with the ONE Campaign. The ONE Campaign is committed to ending global poverty through implementation of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). In 2000, leaders from around the world committed to eight goals designed to target the world’s poorest. These goals address hunger, universal primary education, gender equality, child mortality, HIV/AIDS, and clean water. The eighth goal, global partnership, ensures that the MDGs are a cooperative effort among all nations. 2015 is the target date for completion of the MDGs.
ONE Episcopalian allows individuals and congregations to take action and address the needs of the world’s poor. Just as there are countless problems associated with poverty, there are also countless solutions. ONE Episcopalian members can educate their friends, families, and fellow worshippers on issues related to global poverty. They can call, write, and visit their representatives in Congress when MDG-related bills are considered. Prayer vigils, marches, and fundraisers can mobilize their community around an issue. The opportunities available through ONE Episcopalian are limitless, but the time is not.
The target date for the Millennium Development Goals is fast approaching, and there is still so much work to be done. Join with fellow Episcopalians around the world in eradicating extreme global poverty. Join ONE Episcopalian today!“
IS YOUR CHURCH SUPPORTING UN AGENDA 21?
DO YOU SIT QUIETLY WHILE YOUR PASTOR OR RABBI PREACHES AGENDA 21?
ARE YOU GOING TO SPEAK OUT OR WILL YOU JUST QUIT YOUR CHURCH? OR WILL YOU GO ALONG?
BE THE RESISTANCE. DO IT NOW.
Rosa Koire, ASA, is the executive director of the Post Sustainability Institute and the author of BEHIND THE GREEN MASK: UN Agenda 21. She is a retired forensic commercial real estate appraiser specializing in eminent domain valuation. As a District Branch Chief at the California Department of Transportation her nearly 30 years analyzing land use and property value enabled her to recognize the planning revolution sweeping the country. While fighting to stop a huge redevelopment project in her city she researched the corporate, political, and financial interests behind it and found UN Agenda 21. Impacting every aspect of our lives, UN Agenda 21/Sustainable Development is a corporate manipulation using the Green Mask of environmental concern to forward a globalist plan. Rosa speaks across the world and is a regular blogger on her website Democrats Against UN Agenda 21. Her book, BEHIND THE GREEN MASK: UN Agenda 21 is available on Amazon.com, Kindle, and Nook, at her websites: www.PostSustainabilityInstitute.org and www.DemocratsAgainstUNAgenda21.com