Pre-trial Tomorrow Jan 10th
Trial start date Tuesday January 16th, 2024
First, I want to thank everybody for your prayers, notes of encouragement, and support for our family and the families of all the defendants that are going through this. We are very thankful for your participation in this trial with us.
Here is the schedule of events leading up to a verdict at some point later this month.
Wednesday, Jan 10th - 1:30 PM: Pretrial Hearing
Saturday, Jan 13th - 11 AM: Prayer and Hymn sing at the courthouse.
Fred D. Thomson Federal Courthouse - 719 Church St, Nashville, TN 37203
Monday, Jan 15th - 7 PM: I Stand With The 10 Prayer Rally Parkway Baptist Church
1715 Lee Victory Pkwy, Smyrna, TN 37167
Tuesday, Jan 16th - 7:30 AM: Prayer and Psalm Sing, Press Conference on the plaza in front of the court house. 9 AM: Trial starts with jury selection.
I would invite you to join us in prayer, fasting and worship on-site at the courthouse at any time during the trial and at home if you can not make it to Nashville. I’ll post more details this week on how we are engaged in a spiritual battle and how your prayers and sacrifices allow you to participate in driving out the evil forces in our nations.
Lastly, if you would like to be encouraged in your faith, let me commend the Stifled Cry podcast to you once again. They have release a two part episode on one of our co-defendants Eva Edl. Her testimony is an amazing journey through the ups and downs of the 20th century.
Episode 5 - Eva Edl Part 1:
Eva Edl takes us through her childhood interrupted by genocide in Yugoslavia and how faith became her sanctuary in the midst of suffering. Eva faces misdemeanor charges and imprisonment for participating in Rescues in Michigan and Tennessee.
Episode 6 - Eva Edl Part 2:
Oma Eva tells of her family, her art, and what surprised her about America. Though the maximum sentence for her is much shorter than some of the other defendants, if convicted, it may be a sentence for life.
To learn more about Oma Eva, order her biography titled, “She Looks Like My Little Girl: The True Story of Eva Edl and Her Rescue from a Concentration Camp to Become a Rescuer of Preborn Children” available on shelookslikemylittlegirl.com