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Steve Macias
Works at Cherish California's Children
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We lost our baby at 8 weeks to miscarriage. To honor his memory and preserve the dignity of his short life, we've named him Anselm and will be committing him to a Christian burial on Saturday, April 25, 2015. 

Anselm Jonathan. Jonathan means "the Lord has given." The Lord gave us eight weeks with our precious baby and then took him home to be with Him. We're mourning the loss of our baby, but we're so grateful for the time we had this tender soul in our care.

“For I do not seek to understand in order that I may believe, but I believe in order to understand. For this also I believe-that unless I believe I shall not understand." ~St. Anselm
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McNerney joined five other U.S. representatives — Tom McClintock, Patrick Meehan, Mike Honda, Zoe Lofgren, and John Garamendi — in signing an April 15 letter to U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry to “bring your attention to the case of Ravinder Jeet Singh and his father, Surat Singh Khalsa.”
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Early Sunday morning, I skyped into Punjab, India to talk with Surinder Singh. Surinder is living in what claims to be a "democracy" yet lacks the basic freedom to express any criticism of the ruling party.

In our interview, he described how he was arrested for reporting on a hunger strike [what was Gandhi famous for?] and the police threatened to trump up a number of charges to keep him from criticizing the government.

A growing social media buzz decrying his arrest forced the police to release him. Demonstrating that our attention to human rights violations protects journalists who risk their lives and livelihoods for the sake of truth.

Every like, every share, every view - adds to that protection as we here in America bring fair and open government to the Punjab.
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In likely one of her most beautiful and memorable performances, pop star Lady Gaga revisited the 1965 Classic, "The Sound of Music" with an outstanding tribute to Julie Andrews and her musical contributions to the film.
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Bravo - Muito bem!
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After Two Months Indefinite Detention in India, U.S. Citizen Released Without Charges
After two months in an Indian jail, charged under a preventive law for visiting his father in the hospital, U.S. citizen Ravinderjit Singh Gogi was released from indefinite detention in India on Monday, just two weeks after formal appeals from seven United States congressional representatives.
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Ravinderjit Singh Gogi is a political prisoner who is being tortured, says family in California Stockton, CA: Apr. 21, 2015 – U.S. citizen Ravinderjit Singh Gogi remains indefinitely detained in India after spending two months behinds bars without seeing a ... Read More
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Is the Trinity Egalitarian? In attempting to understand the marriage relationship from a Trinitarian perspective, some scholars have suggested that similar language should be employed in the relationship between husband and wife. The result is a flattened view of the Trinity to emphasize an egalitarian view of marriage.
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A few days before his death, Nimoy shared this on his Twitter: “A life is like a garden. Perfect moments can be had, but not preserved, except in memory. LLAP”
On February 27, 2015 at the age of 83, Leonard Nimoy died in his Bel Air home. In his eternal memory, the next three sections will serve to honor his legacy, comfort his friends, and to draw from Nimoy's life the glory of our Lord.
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Acting as the moderator, I led a conversation on the Indian Government's move towards a national anti-conversion law which would outlaw Christian aid and evangelism in the second most populous country in the world.
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We were pleased to host Steve for our inaugural broadcast. Especially, we extend thanks to our distinguished panelists for giving of their time and talents.
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Auburn, California - Live Oak, CA - Washington, DC
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Steve Macias is a Christian pro-life activist, and he aspires to be a minister. He is the executive director of Cherish California’s Children and founder of the St. Anselm Leadership Institute. He is a delegate to the California Republican Party State Central Committee and Vice President of the California Republican Assembly.

Raised in West Sacramento, California, Steve grew up in the diverse Broderick community where he learned Spanish and English.  After high school, he started a group of College Republicans at Sacramento City College where he was elected student body president. There he became the target of an illegal recall election for refusing to censor a pro-life group on campus. After a nationally publicized debate, Macias was reinstated and he became a pro-life leader, pioneering the West Coast Regional Coordinator position at Students for Life of America.

At just twenty-three, Steve has proven himself one of the state’s most articulate spokesmen for a reasoned and thoughtful libertarian-republicanism. He has also been a defender of biblical Christianity as a writer and speaker on issues of Christian theology, ethics, and economics.

He has worked in a number of California initiative and candidate campaigns, including Assemblyman Dan Logue, former Insurance Commissioner Steve Poizner, and a campaign to draft Congressman Tom McClintock for president. Steve is also the legislative director of the Hispanic Values Union and the Communications Director for Consumers for Choice, a political advocacy group.

Steve and his wife Sarah live in California’s gold country and are members of Church of the King Sacramento (CREC).

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Steve's work has been featured on many major platforms, including the Michael Medved Show, the National Review and Time Magazine.
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    Liturgical Arts, present
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