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    California officials to allow drive-in church services

    By Michael Hernandez

    SACRAMENTO—“The Governor and Attorney General have agreed to re-open churches under certain conditions:  drive-in services,” said Ventura County Political Consultant Stephen Frank during a conference phone call of the Judeo-Christian Caucus.   “This was after the first of many lawsuits for unconstitutional activities and after lock-down protests have begun all over California.”   Stephen Frank is the publisher and editor of the California Political News and Views.

    “The government is in full retreat across the country,” said Pacific Justice Institute President Brad Dacus.  “We will be hosting a Church Leaders Conference Zoom call Thursday at 2 p.m going over case law in a very detailed way of what you need to know and do and how things are?”  (Editor’s Note: To register go to:

    “Governor (Gavin) Newsom has a six-point plan, but we don’t know when we will be done with this lockdown,” said California State Senator Mike Morrell (R-23, Rancho Cucamonga).  “We are facing our Third Great American Crisis but many of our pastors are Missing In Action.  How California goes; is how goes the nation. This is the battleground for the soul of this nation.”

    The Judeo-Christian Caucus (JCC) is an educational endeavor standing alongside churches, synagogues, organizations and individuals who partner with legislators to uphold and promote Judeo-Christian heritage in California and America.  The website can be found at: and its mission statement states:  “Identify and connect churches, synagogues, organizations and individuals with legislators who believe in our Judeo-Christian heritage and values.”

    The four goals listed on the Judeo-Christian Caucus website:

    • Educate on our American Judeo-Christian heritage so it is recognized, promoted and culturally reclaimed.
    • Keep Judeo-Christian values strong in the state and in the parties that represent the voting public.
    • Engage churches, synagogues, organizations and individuals in exercising their authority in government
    • Counteract the politically-correct silencing of our Judeo-Christian values in government.

    (Editor’s Note: The weekly Judeo-Christian call is on Tuesday’s at 5 p.m. To get an invitation to join the call email:    [email protected] or call 888-725-8654 for more information.)


    Michael Hernandez, Co-Founder of the Citizens Journal—Ventura County’s online news service; editor of the History Makers Report and founder of History Makers International—a community nonprofit serving youth and families in Ventura County, is a former Southern California daily newspaper journalist and religion and news editor. He worked 25 years as a middle school teacher in Monrovia and Los Angeles Unified School Districts. Mr. Hernandez can be contacted by email at [email protected].

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