|"In houses and schools across the land, it's time for Christians to take a stand," said Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore August 13th, 2003|
Dr. Rick Scarborough
Founder and President of Vision America
Dr. Rick Scarborough holds a Master of Divinity Degree from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary and a Doctor of Ministry Degree from Louisiana Baptist Theological Seminary. He holds a Bachelor of Arts Degree from Houston Baptist University, with a double major in Political Science and Speech.
Dr. Scarborough married Tommye Glyn Adams of Nacogdoches, Texas in 1970. They have three grown children, Misty, Richard and Kathryn. Misty is married to Daniel Allmond; they have two children, Micah and Alexis.
Dr. Scarborough conducted evangelistic crusades for fourteen years, witnessing thousands of conversions in more than 500 church and area-wide crusades. From 1990 to June 2002, Dr. Scarborough was the Senior Pastor of First Baptist Church of Pearland. During his twelve year ministry there, the church baptized over 2000 people and relocated to a beautiful new 27-acre campus and facilities in March 2001; featuring Eagle Heights Christian Academy with faculty and student population of over 300 and Trinity Oaks Retirement Center with housing for 85 independent and assisted living units.
In 1992, Dr. Scarborough gained national recognition when he exposed the contents of a disturbing assembly program at the local high school. Under the auspices of an "AIDs Presentation," a young lady, sponsored by the AIDs Foundation of Houston, candidly discussed every sex act imaginable expressing the opinion (presented as fact) that "safe sex" was attainable by using condoms. Dr. Scarborough recorded the assembly and then made transcripts available to his congregation the following Sunday morning. The resulting furor that erupted caught the eye of the national media.
Dr. Scarborough mobilized his congregation during the following months to make significant changes in Pearland. Members began running for public office, as well as volunteering for various organizations beyond traditional "Christian ministry" seeking to become "salt and light" in their community.
In 1996 he published the widely acclaimed 252-page book appropriately entitled, Enough is Enough; a Call to Christian Involvement. Other published works include, In Defense of Mixing Church and State and It All Depends on What Is.Is. His newest book Staying on Track is due to be released soon.
In 1998, he founded Vision America, a ministry dedicated to "informing and mobilizing Pastors and their congregations to become salt and light, becoming pro-active in restoring Judeo-Christian values in America." The advisory board of Vision America includes notable Christian leaders such as D. James Kennedy, Don Wildmon, Jerry Falwell, Adrian Rogers and Lutheran Minister, Dr. Laurence White, who serves as the National Co-Chairman along with Dr. Scarborough.
Dr. Scarborough has been featured on Focus on the Family with Dr. James Dobson several times, as well as American Family Radio with Don Wildmon, the Day Star Network and numerous other media outlets. Salem Radio Network featured Dr. Scarborough's one-minute commentaries across the nation calling Christians to "Stand up, Speak up and Refuse to Give up." Dr. Scarborough hosted a weekly television program called "Enough is Enough" over Prime Time Network in 2000.
Dr. Scarborough regularly speaks in churches, at rallies, political conventions and before civic clubs. Scheduling information and availability can be obtained by calling 877-922-5582 or by visiting www.visionamerica.org.
Rick and his wife, Tommye, make their home in East Texas. The national headquarters for Vision America is in Nacogdoches, Texas.
Vision America's Communications Director
Don Feder was a Boston Herald editorial writer and syndicated columnist from June 1983 to June 2002. For 19 years, his column appeared in the Herald, New Englands second largest newspaper. On February 28, 2002, the paper published his 2,000th column.
Feders column was syndicated by Creators Syndicate in Los Angeles, and carried by more than 40 newspapers and e-magazines nationwide.
His writings have appeared in The Wall Street Journal, The Weekly Standard, National Review, American Enterprise, Readers Digest, Insight Magazine and Human Events. The author of two books A Jewish Conservative Looks at Pagan America (1993) and Whos Afraid of the Religious Right? (1996), Feder has traveled extensively in Europe, Latin America, and Asia. He was in Belgrade two weeks after the bombing ended in 1999.
Feder is the 1998 recipient of the International Communications Award of the Republic of China on Taiwan and the winner of the first-place prize in the Amy Foundation Writing Awards for 1993. The Amy Foundation recognizes writers who project Biblical truths in the secular media.
Feder has addressed the annual conventions or meetings of the Rabbinical Council of America, Concerned Women for America, Toward Tradition, the Christian Coalition, Nation Right to Life Committee, the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), the College Republicans, Empower America, the Council for National Policy, the Heritage Foundation, Family Research Council, the Interfaith Zionist Leadership Summit, the World Affairs Councils of Boston and Portland, Maine and The World Congress of Families II in Geneva in 1999.
He has appeared on many radio and television shows, including C-Span, Politically Incorrect, The 700 Club, Focus on the Family, Beverly LaHaye Live, the Coral Ridge Ministries and Jerry Falwells Listen America. His columns have been read on the air by Rush Limbaugh and Dr. Laura.
Feder is a 1969 graduate of the Boston University College of Liberal arts and a 1972 graduate of the Boston University Law School.
He is admitted to the practice of law in New York and Massachusetts.
Besides practicing law and writing a syndicated column, Feder served as executive director of Citizens for Limited Taxation (a statewide taxpayers group that passed a cap on property taxes), executive director of the Second Amendment Foundation and editorial director of WEEI Newsradio in Boston.
He has a media consulting firm -- Don Feder Associates -- and is a frequent contributor to various publications.
Who is Alan Keyes?
Seasoned statesman. Alan Keyes spent 11 years with the U.S. State Department. He served in the U.S. Foreign Service and on the staff of the National Security Council before becoming Ronald Reagan's ambassador to the United Nations Economic and Social Council, where he represented the interests of the United States in the U.N. General Assembly (1983-85). In 1985, he was appointed Assistant Secretary of State for International Organizations (1985-88).
Genuine conservative. Keyes was President of Citizens Against Government Waste (1989-91) and founder of National Taxpayers' Action Day. As the two-time Republican nominee for U.S. Senate in Maryland, he challenged liberal Democrats Paul Sarbanes (1988) and Barbara Mikulski (1992). In the 1996 and 2000 Republican presidential campaigns, Alan Keyes eloquently elevated the national political debate. With his unequivocal pro-life, pro-family message, he forced the GOP leadership to address America's moral crisis. His political views are consistently based on America's founding ideals, those in the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution.
Alan hosted his own syndicated radio show throughout the 1990s, America's Wake-Up Call, and a television commentary show, Alan Keyes is Making Sense, during 2002 on MSNBC. He is currently writing books and speaking publicly on America's moral crisis.
Well-educated leader. Keyes has a Ph.D. in government from Harvard and wrote his dissertation on constitutional theory. He served as Interim President of Alabama A&M University in 1991. He speaks French and Spanish and a little Russian and ancient Greek, and is the author of Masters of the Dream: The Strength and Betrayal of Black America (1995); and Our Character, Our Future: Reclaiming America's Moral Destiny (1996).
Pro-life champion. Keyes has unashamedly and consistently raised the standard of unalienable rights--and Biblical truth--in defense of the unborn. Keyes confronts the culture of death with compelling and inspiring reasons why abortion must be banned from our land.
Dedicated family man. Keyes and his wife Jocelyn have three children: Francis, Maya, and Andrew. Alan's stated purpose in life, like that of America's Founders, is to provide a secure future for our posterity.
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