Family Heritage Alliance Luncheon this week in Sioux Falls. And you’re invited.

If you have some free time on Thursday, and you’re in the Sioux Falls area, you should make it a point to take in the Family Heritage Alliance Luncheon. Dale Bartscher sent a nice note today extending this invitation to SDWC readers:

FHA Luncheon postcard Sept. 2015 SF FRONT

I would like to personally invite you and your faithful readers to the Family Heritage Alliance’s ‘Sioux Falls Area FHA Luncheon’ this coming Thursday, September 3, at the Linwood Wesleyan Church on 57th Street at 11:45 a.m. This buffet lunch/program, for the cost of a donation, will conclude by 1:00 p.m. Simply go to for more information and/or to register your attendance.

I believe you will find our keynote speaker – John Paulton – inspiring! John, formally a long-time resident of Sioux Falls, now serves at CitizenLink – the public policy partner to Focus On The Family in Colorado Springs, CO. His message to us will be a TIMELY one as we face a culture which is growing increasingly hostile to our faith, families and freedoms. We’ll also hear from Sandy Brockhouse of John Witherspoon College, located in Rapid City, along with representatives from the offices of Senator Thune, Senator Rounds and Representative Noem.

Standing for Faith, Family and Freedom,
Dale Bartscher, Executive Director
Family Heritage Alliance

5 thoughts on “Family Heritage Alliance Luncheon this week in Sioux Falls. And you’re invited.”

  1. Thank you to Dale Bartscher and everyone involved with FHA for everything that you are doing to protect and promote family values. May God bless you!

  2. Dale supported defining same-sex partners as domestic relationships in South Dakota’s statutes. This was more than a year before the US Supreme Court took the same position. Dale is a on the cutting edge of pragmatism. Very well done, Dale!

  3. Was it the Family Heritage Alliance that paraded Josh Duggar around the last legislative session? Will Josh be back next legislative session after treatment?

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