Sam Rohrer:                  Well, there are several facts about the news of which we’ve all become so accustom. One I can think of is that scarce is the news that’s truly usable information; honest, objective, and instructional. Another one is that most news is subjective, often outrageously fake, sometimes manipulated propaganda, and frequently potentially dangerous.

The difficult in modern America is knowing what news can be trusted and what perspectives are more trustworthy than others. Today on Stand in the Gap Today we’re going to again deal with two leading headline themes as we do often on this program and we’re going to provide honest commentary that will help you to understand and to separate truth from lies and light from the darkness.

Our special guest on Stand in the Gap today help us in that commitment. Today is no exception as our special and expert guest will be the honorable Michele Bachman, former congresswoman from the state of Minnesota and former presidential candidate. I’m Sam Rohrer and I’m going to be joined today by Evangelist Dave Kistler and Dr. Gary Dull.

Our general theme is from this: From murder to marches, the truth does matter. Through the balance of today’s program, we’re going to get Congresswoman Michele Bachman’s viewpoint of several key issues; the departure of Nikki Haley, for instance, as U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations, the current U.S. dilemma with Saudi Arabia and the murder of Muslim Brotherhood journalist Jamal Khashoggi, then there’s the developing seriousness of the potential confrontation on our southern border with U.S. military as the migrant march looks increasingly more like an advancing army, and then we’re going to get Michele’s perspective on what she perceives to be America’s greatest immediate need. I think you’re going to want to hear all of these portions of the program today because they’re all current and they’re all for anybody who’s thinking and observant. These are things including what our greatest need is. I think that’ll be interesting discussion at the very end.

With that, I want to welcome to the program right now Michele Bachman. Thanks for being with us, Michele.

Michele Bachman:        Thank you so much, Sam. It’s always a privilege to be with you. You have a terrific radio audience and I’m glad we can spend a couple minutes together.

Sam Rohrer:                  Well, we’re glad that you have remained clearly in the fray, Michele. The Lord took you in a most interesting tenure there in Minnesota and then obviously in Washington, but you’re doing things that are touching on many nations right now, United Nations and many things there. With that, I want to bring up this first discussion here. Nikki Haley. I think most people listening know that she was our UN Ambassador who recently has resigned. Her departure I think was significant, I think surprised most people. I know it surprised me. Most people when they evaluate her would say that she was really a standup woman and did quite a remarkable job representing the interests of the United States. My question for you right off here is from your perspective, Michele, what kind of a mark did Nikki leave on the United Nations and where do you think she goes from here?

Michele Bachman:        Well, she made a tremendous mark at the United Nations and I think she would be the first one to say this wasn’t just about her. What she was doing is being a mouthpiece and representing the polices of President Donald Trump at the United Nations. Both President Trump and Nikki Haley were disruptors at the UN. You know, the UN is about 70 years old. It was created as a response to World War I and World War II so that the world could take their controversies off the battlefield and try and get their controversies figured out in a conference room rather than on a battlefield. What’s happened over the 70 years is that the UN has turned into a center for redistribution of wealth from the United States to all the other countries of the world, and there’s a huge anti-Israel presence. The largest voting block at the UN is the OIC.

What Donald Trump and Nikki Haley figured out in a very short amount of time is the UN’s language and they poked giant holes through their language revealing the lies and the propaganda against both of Israel and the United States. If you want just a very quick rundown of what they did, they pulled the United States out of UNESCO, which is an organization that is supposed to protect the world’s cultural treasures. Instead, they were very anti-Israel, so they pulled the U.S. out of UNESCO and they pulled our money out. They pulled the United States out of the phony UN Human Rights Council. They pulled us out of the phony Palestinian Refugee Program and pulled our money out. They pulled money away from general funding of the Arab-Israelis, the Palestinians. They also shut down the Palestinian Consulate in Washington, D.C. Your listeners know that President Trump opened the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem and recognized Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and just recently put the Palestinian Consulate in that very U.S. Embassy.

The bottom line is that Nikki Haley and President Trump stopped rewarding bad behavior by the Palestinian-Arabs at the United Nations and they started rewarding the Israelis for their United States friendship. This was a complete 180 degree turn in how the U.S. has been at the UN, so now the U.S. is seen as very strong rather than weak. President Trump made it very clear in his last speech at the UN. He said we are about United States sovereignty and we encourage every nation of the 193 nations at the UN put your own national sovereignty first and then we work together as countries. It is a completely new day at the UN and we have Nikki Haley also to thank for putting forth President Trump’s very pro-American policies.

Dave Kistler:                 Michele, an incredible comment that you just made there with respect to the dramatic changes at the UN. I was going to ask you to give some specifics. You’ve already done that and done it powerfully. Let me ask you this: We watch as American citizens from the outside with respect to what’s happening at the UN and the attitude on the part of other nations toward this particular president, toward his administration, and even toward the now-retired Nikki Haley. You’re on the inside and you’re having a profound impact there at the UN. What do you see behind the scenes as far as the respect factor now on the part of other nations for the United States?

Michele Bachman:        The respect for the United States has gone up exponentially. Again, nations found that they could kick the United States in the shins and we would say, “Well, what more can I do for you?” rather than, again, not punishing bad behavior. It’s a very different day. You know, again, the United States supplies 25% of all the funding of the UN of all the nations of the earth, and so the biggest thing that I would say that’s happened is that the number one tool that the Arabs had was propaganda. Propaganda and they would cry victimhood and that Israel was oppressing them. That lie has now been exposed and that’s really what President Trump and Nikki Haley did was expose the lie, and so all these nations are reeling and the tools they used to use to get money no longer are working. They’re reeling right now and the United States is in a place of strength.


Sam Rohrer:                  Well, welcome back to Stand in the Gap Today. Before we move into our next discussion here, our theme, which I’m naming the Saudi dilemma, I want to go back to you, Michele, right now and just ask you for just one other commentary here as we’re talking about the United Nations and that is this: You mentioned earlier that the U.S. has cut funding to UNESCO, general funding, and a number of things, and you said we were about a 25% supporter of the entire U.S. budget. Have you found that that cutback has made any significant difference, and if so how could we measure that?

Michele Bachman:        It’s made all the difference in the world because the one thing that the UN understands is money. There were reports that came out that the UN is woefully underfunded right now because they’ve had a history as being a very corrupt organization. They’re underfunded. The U.S. has continually bailed them out. Donald Trump is not bailing out the UN and in fact he’s cut funding from different organizations time and time again in response to their bad behavior. Now, he has the attention of the UN. They can go ahead and spit at the U.S. They can spit at Donald Trump and make fun out of him, but if they don’t have money it doesn’t allow them to continue with their plans. Donald Trump has made a profound impact and if they want to have money they’re going to have to straighten up and fly right. I think that it’s excellent the new direction at the UN.

Sam Rohrer:                  All right.

Michele Bachman:        We can thank Donald Trump for that and Nikki Haley.

Sam Rohrer:                  All right. That’s great information, Michele. Thanks for sharing that. Let’s just shift if we can now, go to the Saudi dilemma. You know, the murder of Muslim Brotherhood member, and a lot of folks don’t know that Jamal Khashoggi was in fact a terrorist-supporter, a Muslim Brotherhood member. At the same time, he’s a Washington Post journalist. Interesting. With all of this happening, there’s no question about it that it is complicating Middle East policy and potentially many of the plans of the Trump administration. We’ve covered a lot of the things on this program already, but, you know, when the royal family continues or to promise intensive investigations and find out what happened with that but the story seems to change and the Turkish officials, particularly President Erdogan, seems to be holding a deck of cards where’s he’s releasing information a bit at a time to his advantage, that as these things come along that it seems to be putting pressure on the administration.

We have identified on this program two major areas that could be the strength of the coalition of Saudi Arabia, Israel, and the United States as it relates to containment of Iran, and the other would be perhaps the peace process. With that being done, I just want to ask you in a general sense here, Michele, how much of a threat to President Trump’s Middle East policies, including that peace plan and the Iranian containment policies, how much is this whole thing that’s continuing to unfold yet potentially impact those two areas?

Michele Bachman:        Well, it does impact these areas. I’m glad that you’re bringing this issue up because it’s important for your listeners to understand that, again, Donald Trump is trying to reorder the chessboard, so to speak, within the Islamic world as well and he found a partner in the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia. He’s a young guy in his 30s. The king is older. Reportedly, the king has something like 42 sons. He could choose any heir he wants. It isn’t necessarily the oldest son. As a matter of fact, the King of Saudi Arabia has already replaced the crown prince once. He took out his heir and replaced that heir with the current crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman.

Mohammed bin Salman he’s tried to be a reformer. Now, this is huge because Saudi Arabia sees itself as the leading Islamic nation because they’re the keeper of Islam’s two holiest sites in Mecca and Medina. If Saudi Arabia can moderate away from fundamental Islam, that has global consequences for the good. The Muslim Brotherhood is an enemy of the Saudi Arabia regime. That’s a good thing. The Muslim Brotherhood is a very bad group. They’re a very bad organization. They want to have Islamic domination of the entire world. The current crown prince, again, is trying to modernize, reform Saudi Arabia and move them away from this Islamic fundamentalism. If we can have at least a neutral partnership between the U.S. and Saudi Arabia and have them neutralized toward Israel, that is a good thing, and so the current crown prince is a key in that effort.

Of course, Turkey wants to be the leader of the Islamic world. That’s what Erdogan, the president of Turkey, wants to do. He’s a big backer of the very bad group the Muslim Brotherhood. Of course, Iran wants to be the leader of the Islamic world but from a Shia perspective, Shia Islam. I think that you are on to something when you’re saying that by toppling the current crown prince both Turkey benefits and Iran benefit. That would not benefit the United States. That would not benefit Israel.

Gary Dull:                     You know, Michele, again it’s a delight to have you wish us. It’s just come across the news now, sources have told Sky News that Khashoogi’s body parts have been found according to the information that we are just receiving. It says that he had been cut up and his face disfigured. It goes on to say that sources have suggested that Mr. Khashoogi’s remains were discovered in the garden of the Saudi consulate general’s home just situated about 500 meters away from the consulate. As the facts concerning this continue to come on out, who do you think is going to benefit from this over there in the Middle East? Is Turkey going to benefit from it? Is Saudi Arabia going to benefit from it? How do you see this all playing out as the case scenario continues to develop?

Michele Bachman:        Well, great question. This hasn’t been determined yet, but clearly Turkey is trying to cause this to be to their benefit as Iran is trying to cause this to be their benefit because they see, again, that the United States has been partnering with the Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia in his effort to reform and moderate Islam in Saudi Arabia. Now, clearly this is a problem for the crown prince. This is a problem for the king. If you’ve noticed, the king has actually stepped to the forefront again. He’s pushed the crown prince out of the way. Whether the crown prince survives, remains to be seen. This is a bad thing for Saudi Arabia. The way that maybe these nations have handled situations with their enemies in the past they could have worked, but now that they’re moving into modern times they can’t handle things in the same way that they have formerly.

I think, again, they’ll have to figure this out, but Saudi Arabia has to show, again, that they’re moving toward moderation. They have to accept responsibility. If you follow the news, they have said that yes this did happen, Khashoggi was killed, but what they said is that it was a fight that got out of control. I think that what we always see is that the coverup tends to be worse than the crime, and so I think they’re going to have to try to save face but at the same time they’re going to have to come clean. We’ll see how this goes, but what we want to see is a continuation moving forward in Saudi Arabia and in the Islamic world toward a move toward embracing moderation moving away from fundamental Islam, which is where the Saudi regime was headed. We hope that will continue to be the case.

Dave Kistler:                 Michelle, let me ask you this: If the crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, is not able to escape these accusations and if further information comes out that links him to the killing of Khashoggi, is it possible that Saudi Arabia as a result could be forced into the Russian orbit and away from the U.S. orbit, thereby leaving basically Israel and the United States alone together and some would suggest biblical prophecy suggests that. What are your thoughts on that?

Michele Bachman:        Well, that could happen. I think, again … Remember, they aren’t operating under U.S. law. They’re operating under Saudi law, so I think, again, if they can come clean globally on what happened then it’ll be up to them to figure out how their succession planning will occur, if the crown prince will stay in his current position or not. We’ll have to see what happens.

They could move in the Russian orbit. I don’t think they want to do. I think they want to continue to stay in this alignment that they currently have with the United States. We’re certainly not best friends, but we’re moving together in a different alignment. I think this can be overcome. If you notice, the American media is focusing on this nonstop. I think again we’ve seen the American media is not the friend of the American people, the American media is not the friend of Donald Trump, and so we just need to, again, be praying about all of these things and recognize that Saudi Arabia was moving in the right direction toward moderation and we need to pray for that end, that all of this will be resolved accordingly.

Sam Rohrer:                  Absolutely, Michele. We only have about 30 seconds left, so your answer will be short here, but do you find it odd that Iran appears to be conspicuous by its absence in the commentary on this when in fact they would stand to gain if Mohammed bin Salman were to be ousted?

Michele Bachman:        Oh, a hundred percent Iran would gain if the crown prince would be ousted. Iran is kind of flat on its back economically thanks to Donald Trump and him ripping up the terrible Iran Nuclear Agreement. I think that there’s a very good chance that Iran continues to be weakened, but, again, all of these things need to be bathed in prayer.


Sam Rohrer:                  Well, if you’re just joining us midway through the program today I want to welcome you. I’m Sam Rohrer and accompanied today by Dave Kistler and Dr. Gary Dull. Our special guest, the honorable Michele Bachman. Our theme from today, general theme is from murder to marches, the truth does matter. We talked a little bit about the United Nations, Nikki Haley in the last segment and the impact that the Trump administration has had on that body. Very significant. Very good. We talked a little bit about Saudi Arabia and the murder of Jamal Khashoggi and the implications that that makes really for the entire Middle East but also for the entire world, but then we’re going to move now and shift gears into looking at what’s happening on our southern border.

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Now, let’s shift here to now what’s happening on the southern border because not only is the Saudi murder occupying front-page news and potentially negatively impacting the Trump administration foreign policy efforts, the growing migrant march, or as others would say an immigrant invasion army approaching the U.S. border through Mexico, is on track to culminate in a potentially historic domestic policy challenge for the Trump administration. In reality, neither event, in my opinion, my humble opinion, are coincidental, but in many ways very strategically orchestrated to accomplish a number of objectives. A primary one is to challenge President Trump and his stance on Israel and Iran as it would relate to the Saudi murder and to what’s happening there. To immigration control and his support of national sovereignty and borders is the growing migrant army invasion. These are all threats to major policy issues. I just want to make sure we don’t lose track of that.

I want to get now the perspective of Michele Bachman. Michele, let me go back right into this with you. Many people including me know that assembling, coordinating, I mean just think of feeding this 7,000, now 8,000 the numbers are, this march, this group that’s coming up I mean even the fact of laying and mapping out the path to travel for such a large number can’t be accidental. Someone or some group of people have to be providing leadership, funding, and a lot more to make something of this magnitude happen. From your observations, who and what is driving this October surprise, I’m going to call it, that’s on track to coincide with the November elections? I’m very curious what you are thinking, what you know about this.

Michele Bachman:        Well, you’re right, Sam, this is completely intentional. This is not an accident. This is being done, some reports are George Soros has spent upwards of $20 billion to make this happen. We’re not talking 7,000 people anymore. It could be up to 15,000. By the time they get to the U.S. border, I mean it’s conceivable that we could have tens of thousands of people who plan to storm the Rio Grand or storm wherever the crossing is going to be. We have to recognize this doesn’t come without a cost. This is an invasion. This isn’t about compassion. This is an invasion of people. It’s an attack on the United States border.

This, again, doesn’t come without a cost. Illegal immigration costs the United States taxpayer, your listeners, about $135 billion a year. This is enormously expensive. We’re a country of about 326 million people, but there are about 7 billion people who would come here. Don’t think if we just let these people in …

Sam Rohrer:                  You said 7 billion …

Michele Bachman:        … that more won’t come.

Sam Rohrer:                  … I got to interrupt. I got to interrupt. You said 7 billion. You don’t mean 7 billion?

Michele Bachman:        There are 7 billion people in the world who would …

Sam Rohrer:                  Oh, okay.

Michele Bachman:        … love to come here.

Sam Rohrer:                  Oh, got you. Okay.

Michele Bachman:        They would love to come here. If we have open borders, people need to understand people will come. They’ll figure out some way to get here because the second they come here they have a full legal right to free education, to free health care. They don’t pay for it. We pay for it. When you go to the doctor, you pay for your medical bills. They don’t have to. Again, remember the people who are part of this current invasion, over 80% are gang-aged males, military-aged males. Many of them are from the extremely dangerous gang called MS-13 and we have no vetting, no idea who these are. Remember, there is no right for anyone to enter the United States. We’re on notice now that this invasion is coming, so President Trump is exactly right to put our U.S. military at the border and keep them out. They shouldn’t be allowed to come in. They should be kept out of the United States because the first duty of our government is to keep the American people safe.

Dave Kistler:                 Michele, let me ask you this: Obviously, President Trump had made a very clear unequivocal commitment to put military troops on the Mexican-U.S. border as these folks approach. Some in the media, of course, have really, really criticized him for that. While it’s extraordinary for him to do that, it’s certainly not without precedent. It has been done in the past in emergency situations by a multiplicity of American presidents. My question is this: I don’t think this is going to affect the November elections directly because these people are still about 1,100 miles south of the U.S.-Mexican border and they may not arrive at their current pace unless something picks up until probably the month of December. But when they do arrive, if they keep picking up numbers, and as you well said it’s approaching 15,000 that we know of right now, it’ll obviously be more by the time they get to the border, if there is a confrontation between U.S. military personnel and these migrants, what does that mean for the Trump administration? What does that mean with a media that is completely committed to the destruction of this president and his agenda?

Michele Bachman:        Well, you’re exactly right. The media is committed to the destruction of Donald Trump and they want to see a woman or a little child who are injured or violence perpetrated upon them because remember what a military does. A military is to save and protect and defeat enemies in war and it’s not a pretty sight. In this day and age where everybody has a cellphone, trust me there are organizers within this invasion. If your listeners have watched any of this coverage on TV, I’ve watched as organizers have stood holding big things of juice boxes and they throw juice boxes out to the people. I mean, these people are getting fed along the way. They’re going through very poor areas. It isn’t necessarily all the local people. This is part of this $20 million estimated cost to have these people travel. And you notice they aren’t all walking. What they’re doing is they’re getting rides along the way. As a matter of fact, I’ve heard the estimate that if you’re talking about a 2,000 mile trip that is 20 miles of walking per day for 100 days. If they plan to be here by election day, they’re not walking. They’re getting rides. Again, this is an invasion.

Those who are globalists, like a George Soros, his goal is to see the destruction of the United States because he wants one-world government where there isn’t a strong United States, where we are a weakened country. That’s his goal. Because there’s a few people who really would like to pull all the strings and be the people in charge. We need to recognize these are bad actors who want to see this happen and that’s why I thank God that Donald Trump is the president of the United States. He’s not afraid to call this for what it is and he’s not afraid to stand up for the United States of America. I think this will be messy. I don’t think this will be easy. This is the line in the sand. If the president stands up and keeps this invading army out, I think he will be rewarded politically by people in the United States. He’ll certainly be attacked overwhelmingly in the media, but I do think the American people will stand behind the president.

Gary Dull:                     I believe, Michele, that he will be blessed by God as well. You know, it’s interesting to note he has been saying that there are some very bad people in that group. We know that, well they’re telling us that there could be embedded maybe 100 ISIS fighters. There are people with …

Michele Bachman:        Sure. Yeah.

Gary Dull:                     … Middle East connections. There are sex traffickers …

Michele Bachman:        Yeah.

Gary Dull:                     … drug lords. It’s goes on and on and on, and yet the liberal media is saying, “Well, these are just law-abiding citizens.” The question is how should real law-abiding citizens who are patriotic and compassionate in the United States of America respond to this what really is an assault on our southern border?

Michele Bachman:        We need to back the president of the United States and his effort to put the media on the border. This is your family and your children that we’re talking about. With illegal immigration, the truth is also coming with it is crime, is theft, is rape, is murder, is drunk driving, let alone the $135 billion that we are spending on illegal immigration every year. This comes at a cost. I mean, imagine if 12 people pushed open your front door and said we’re moving in and you’re paying our way. That’s essentially what we’re seeing. This cannot continue to go on. America will never be the same. You will see the fall of the United States and that’s why we need to draw a line in the sand.

Sam Rohrer:                  Yes, we do, Michele.


Well, as we move into what we often refer to as our solution segment, we’re going to take what we’ve been talking about and put in perspective of America’s greatest need. We’re going to close this section out today in much-needed prayer. You know, the needs facing America today are many. Without a doubt, objective measurement, as a nation we are in a moral decline. We’ve officially and from a practical perspective we’ve rejected God and his authority over us. Frankly, while the employment rate is high and there is economic growth, the enormous, national, personal, and institutional debt threatens severely continued growth.

It seems on every side that we’re faced with enemies of freedom, both within, we know that, and without, we can see it. Nations such as Russia and China are challenging us all around and they are in many respects actually encircling the United States. The globalists at large seek to cut off our legs as well. Perhaps, even in a worst perspective, if you look at it like this, there’s a weak and silent church, a split, in many cases splintering on such basic issues as the authority of scripture and God’s role for the Church in America today.

Before I go to Gary to talk about our Pastors Network call for a day of prayer prior to the election, and we’re going to do that on October 30th, Michele can I come back to you for just a brief comment from you. I’m just very curious what you think. You perceive all that we perceive. You’re traveling the world. You’re seeing an awful lot that’s going on. If I were to ask you right now, which I’m going to, when you look at America today what, and [inaudible 00:31:37], what do you perceive to be the greatest need facing America today, what would you say, Michele?

Michele Bachman:        As I believer, I would say that it is the discipleship of believers. We have woeful discipleship going among the Christian Church I think today, and then I think secondly it would be effectively our failure to effectively transfer the gospel from one generation to the next as Paul admonished Timothy to do. That’s on a spiritual level. If you’re talking about in the natural or political what is it culturally that is changing the United States more than anything, the number one problem America is facing is immigration. We are in unprecedented times in terms of the people coming into the United States, and in my opinion the president needs to push the pause button on immigration. We need to take a breather and we need to have people assimilate into the United States. We need a breather on immigration. That’s the number one issue facing us in the natural.

From a military perspective, I believe the number one issue facing us is China. China is working on domination and the president was wise to add a sixth military branch called the Space Force. We can be grateful because China and Russia have been working overtime on a space force while effectively Barack Obama decommissioned NASA during his eight years when he was president. That put us at a tremendous disadvantage, but that’s being reawakened. So, militarily China is our number one concern. In the natural, culturally, and politically, immigration is our number one issue. Spiritually, it would be discipleship and the transfer of the gospel.

Sam Rohrer:                  Michele, excellent, excellent breakout. That was just really well, well stated.

Gary, let me go to you know for the balance of the program here. Tell us again, tell our listeners about the day of prayer and why and how they can go about being a part of it.

Gary Dull:                     Well, we are announcing a national day of prayer for the upcoming elections. We have established it as October the 30th, which is one full week from today and one full week from the election. We would just encourage everybody under the sound of our voices today to get involved with this. Somebody might ask the question “Well, why do we need another national day of prayer and particularly for the elections?” Well, there are many reasons. I would like to give two right now. That is, number one, the heart and soul of America is really at stake. It really is. When you take and observe the way that the liberal-left democratic platform is established, it will vote God out of the picture entirely. Really, we can’t afford to let that happen. Tied into that, if the liberal-left prevails, biblical and conservative policies and the progress that has been made under President Trump will die. I mean, we know that. If fact, there are those who say that they will do what they can to try to impeach the president.These are just two real significant reasons why we are having this national day of prayer.

Somebody might ask the question “Well, how can we get involved?” Well, first of all, I’m giving a call to pastors. Pastors I would encourage you to gather your churches together for prayer on October the 7th, I’m sorry, the 30th, October the 30th at 7:00 in the evening your time, whatever time zone in which you happen to live and so that we can have a concert of prayer going on with believers across the nation. Then I would encourage you to preach on the issues at hand in this upcoming election and the significance of prayer on one of two or maybe even both dates of October the 28th and November the 4th as we approach the elections. That’s Sunday, October the 28th, and Sunday, November the 4th.

If you’re not a pastor, I would encourage you maybe to have a prayer meeting in your home on October the 30th. We need to get together and pray. So often, I am convinced that things go anti-biblical, or the way of the world, simply because those of us who know Jesus Christ as our savior do not pray. So, let’s pray. The date again October the 30th for the National Day of Prayer for Elections. If you have any questions, contact us here at Stand in the Gap, the American Pastors Network, and we will do everything that we can to help you. Let’s gather together to pray on October the 30th.