Wilson County Tea Party

Kevin Kookogey, Keynote Speaker
at Our Annual Dinner Oct. 8th

Kevin Kookogey will speak on the role the Advancing Church
must play in the political arena to preserve liberty and
freedom in America.
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Kevin Kookogey

Kevin Kookogey to Speak on Role of the Advancing Church

Please plan to join us in Lebanon, TN at the Ward Ag Center, Educational Building, at 6:00 pm on October 8th when we will feature keynote speaker Kevin Kookogey at our annual dinner. Kevin will be speaking on the role the Advancing Church must play in the political arena to preserve liberty and freedom in America. He will draw parallels between Nazi persecution of the Church in the 1930's and how eerily similar the Federal government is treating the church in America today. His message will be geared toward members of the clergy so we encourage you to invite your pastor who, along with his or her spouse, will be admitted at no charge.

Kevin Kookogey served as Tennessee State Chair for Ted Cruz for President 2016, and is a past Chairman of the Williamson County (TN) Republican Party. A grassroots political activist, Kevin is also a Heritage Action for America Sentinel and 2014 “Wall of Honor” recipient. In 2013, as President and Founder of Linchpins of Liberty, Kookogey was the first IRS target to testify before the House Ways & Means Committee concerning the Obama Administration’s unlawful obstruction and delay of tax-exempt status for his and hundreds of other conservative and liberty-minded organizations.

Kookogey has led the very public fight against Common Core in Tennessee, and has developed a reputation for leadership on issues of American sovereignty, defense, and religious liberty. Kevin is also President & Founder of The Advancing Church (www.advancingchurch.com), speaking frequently on the duty of the Church in a free and civil society, and Kevin and his wife Bonnie recently launched The Kookogey Institute for the Study of Truth (www.Kookogey.com).

Pastor Dale Walker of the Tennessee Pastors Network will also be sharing remarks as will Chairman Menda Holmes.

Dinner will feature delicious ribs and vegetables complemented with succulent homemade desserts donated by Tea Party volunteers and supporters. Be sure to bring your appetite with you.

There will be a silent auction featuring goods and services donated by local businesses and supporters to help raise money for the Wilson County Tea Party. Tickets are $25.00 per adult and $10.00 for students and can be purchased at the door. Pastors and spouses are welcome at no charge.

Reservations are strongly encouraged to help us with meal planning. CLICK HERE to make your reservation.