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Nerves of Steel: And Then There Was This Guy, Adam Heikkila Confronting Local Boards Across the State (Video)

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“It is a rare occasion to listen to someone who is a true educator at one of these meetings.” -Robin Lloyd You Tube comment

So many Americans today only talk about the problems in society especially, at a government level.  However, there are only a few that will actually take the time to confront to their faces those that need to be confronted (Matthew 18:15-20). Adam Heikkila, who is from Michigan, is one such man. Intelligent, bold, and brave are the words that comes to mind when one sees him in action(Proverbs 28:1).

Adam takes the time to go all over the state of Michigan confronting boards regardless if they are city boards or if they are school boards that have assumed authority that was never delegated unto them by the people they are to serve.

Friends, this is the definition of love (Proverbs 27:5; Romans 13:10), which seeks to right the wrongs while so many do nothing but complain about those wrongs.

This is the leadership which is needed in America, that follows in Christ’s footsteps (1 Corinthians 11:1) to bring forth justice upon those who operate outside of their scope of the authority given unto them by “We the People” (Isaiah 26:9; Article II, Section 4; Article III, Section 1, Clause 7 U.S. Constitution).

So, do yourself a favor and set yourself down for a moment, listen and learn, and when you are finished, pick up where Adam left off and take it to your local representatives that are acting in the same criminal manner (Isaiah 51:4). Enjoy!

Article posted with permission from Sons of Liberty Media.  Article by Bradlee Dean.

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