Baptist Press News
We the People Book
“We the People will benefit anyone who reads these pages, and if taken seriously, this book has the potential to turn our nation back from destruction. – Chuck D. Pierce, President, Global Spheres, Inc.; President, Glory of Zion International Ministries, Inc.
Rev. Lou Sheldon of the Traditional Values Coalition – “This book, We the People, is the need of the hour.”
Dr. Larry Arnn, President of Hillsdale College says We the People “supports the great principles of civil and religious freedom that are the American blessing to the world.”
Rabbi Daniel Lapin, American Alliance for Jews and Christians – “ This outstanding resource reminds us that some of us recognize Judeo-Christian values as vital for our nation’s survival while others see them as primitive obstructions to progress.”
John P. Kelly, LEAD Servant Leadership Ministry, “This is a must read for all leaders, ministers, and parents.”
Pastor Mike Hayes, Founding Pastor-Covenant Church, Carrollton TX: “Carol Sewell has produced a tremendous book that gives us such an accurate picture of where we came from that we can actually discover where we should be going.”
“It’s the people who must capitalize upon what the Founding Fathers did 200 years ago. That’s why Carol Sewell wrote her book. And that’s why Americans should read it.” Penna Dexter is a conservative activist and frequent panelist on the “Point of View” syndicated radio program. Her weekly commentaries air on the Bott and Moody Radio Networks.
“… a significant book on the principled founding of the United States of America. It is a book that can make a great difference in the future of this nation.” Dr. Ronald E. Cottle, Christian Life Educators Network
“Carol Sewell has captured in “We The People” the history of our great nation and the values that undergirds the strength of who we are. ‘We The People’ gives the first steps necessary in winning our nation back to its founding principles.” Pastor Stephen E. Broden; Sr. Pastor Fair Park Bible Fellowship; Dallas, Texas