The Intersection of Politics, Healthcare, & Theology - Panel Session

In this time of unique turmoil as people face pandemics, medical tyranny, vaccine mandates, and other lockdowns that threaten their jobs and families, many are wondering how to react. How ought a Christian to think and respond? What does biblical citizenship look like?

“What saith the Scripture?”

The panelists include noted lecturers and activist leaders who will address the Christian’s relationship to civil government and provide practical ideas for protecting your family and promoting just policy between the civil government and the healthcare industry.

To help cover the cost of the event and refreshments, attendees will be asked to contribute $5.

Click here to register for this special breakout panel session.

Note: You may register and attend this panel discussion even if you are unable to attend the full Faith and Medicine Conference.

Saturday February 5, 2022
5:00pm – 6:30pm

Grace Fellowship of South Forsyth
2750 Ronald Reagan Blvd.
Cumming, GA 30041

Cost: $5


Martin Selbrede
Vice President Chalcedon Foundation
Writer/Editor – Faith for All of Life

Martin Selbrede is the Vice-President of the Chalcedon Foundation (founded 1965) and senior researcher for the organization’s ongoing work of Christian scholarship. He has written numerous articles, essays, and position papers for such publications as Faith for All of Life, the Chalcedon Report, the Journal of Christian Reconstruction, and Arise and Build. He has traveled extensively to speak on behalf of Christian Reconstruction and the Chalcedon Foundation and is considered one of the foremost experts in the thinking of R. J. Rushdoony. Martin is also an optical physicist, software engineer, novelist, and symphonic composer. He resides with his wife Kathy in Austin, Texas.

Sandi Marcus
Director, GA Coalition for Vaccine Choice
Author, Public Speaker

Sandi Marcus is mom to three adult children. Grandmother to five including identical twin boys vaccine injured and diagnosed with regressive autism. She’s the founder and director of Georgia Coalition For Vaccine Choice. Public speaker, author, grassroots strategist and advocate for disability rights, consumer health issues, vaccine safety, and civil rights.

Ricardo Davis
President, Georgia Right to Life
Chairman, Constitution Party of Georgia

Ricardo Davis, a longtime pro-life advocate, is the president of Georgia Right to Life (GRTL). He received his M.S. in Chemistry from Texas A&M University, worked as a research scientist with Westinghouse, and currently works as a senior systems integration engineer with CommonSpirit Health. He is the former Director of Information Services for GRTL, served as an advisor to the Personhood Mississippi Board of Directors, and currently serves as chairman of the Constitution Party in Georgia. His mission as the leader of GRTL is to advance a biblical view of personhood, promote and protect all innocent human life, and build a culture that cherishes life.

Dr. Joe Morecraft
Pastor, Heritage Presbyterian Church
Author, Lecturer

Dr. Joe Morecraft holds a B.A. in history from King College in Bristol, Tennessee, an M.Div from Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Georgia, and a M.Th. and Th.D. from Whitefield Theological Seminary in Lakeland, Florida.

He is a preacher of the gospel, author, and a noted lecturer on contemporary political and historical trends in the United States. He was the Republican nominee for Congress in 1986 and received the endorsement from President Ronald Reagan. He is currently the pastor of Heritage Presbyterian Church in Cumming.

Nathaniel Darnell
NFRA Director, Georgia Republican Assembly
Founder, The Every Thought Captive Foundation

Nathaniel Darnell holds a Juris Doctorate from Oak Brook College of Law and served as a Legislative Aide at the GA Capitol for 8 years. He currently works as a Financial Advisor and insurance professional assisting clients with their health care needs.

He currently serves as the NFRA Director for the Georgia Republican Assembly and the Chairman of the Cobb County Republican Assembly.

NOTE - The Faith and Medicine Conference is not a political conference and does not endorse political parties or candidates.