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Steve Macias
Works at Cherish California's Children
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I had the honor of interviewing one of India's foremost voices on human rights: Dr. John Dayal.

He is a member of the National Integration Council (NIC) of India, Secretary-General of the All India Christian Council and a past president of the All India Catholic Union.

Pray for our brother who told me that they fear violence for holding to their faith and that, "There is almost a sense of immunity for these lawless, violent, bigoted people who have this concept of targeting Muslims and, especially, Christians, for their acts of violence."

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Dr. John Dayal says “I came face to face with Christian persecution" after transitiong from journalism to activism upon witnessing human rights violations of tribals, Muslims, Christians, and others.
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Lord guide us in the ways of justice and truth.
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How would you react if you saw 10 people gunned down before your eyes with complete impunity?
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Fr. Joshua standing for the persecuted minorities of India. 
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Nearly 70 years ago, Rev. Lesslie Newbigin was chosen to lead a new "united" Church in India composed of Anglican, Methodist, and Reformed congregations.
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The works of Virgil are often associated with painful assigned readings and Latin lessons, but a careful reading of this Roman poetry can help the modern Christian understand the first century context of the Christian Church. The poetry of Virgil’s Eclogues, Georgics, and the Aeneid represents a new shift in classical literature, away from tragedy in the Greek sense and toward the expectation of a new golden age.
The works of Virgil are often associated with painful assigned readings and Latin lessons, but a careful reading of this Roman poetry can help the modern Christian understand the first century context of the Christian Church.
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Beef Ban? According to Chennai student activist Prabhakaran: this is the product of a "fascist government" controlled by a "Brahminical, BJP-RSS, Hindutva ideology" that will "continue to genocide ethnic minorities"
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+Patrick F. exactly. even this simple logic a bhakt will not understand. throwing mud at others will not make one clean.
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“All human nature vigorously resists grace because grace changes us and the change is painful.” - Flannery O'Connor
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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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