|Women Fighting For America stages ‘Heal Our Land’ event at wounded warrior therapy farm in Nashville, Sun. Sept. 20|
Actress Jennifer O’Neill will host a rally by Women Fighting For America (WFFA, www.WomenFightingForAmerica.com) — a conservative women’s movement — at her Hope and Healing at Hillenglade equine center, 30 Hillenglade Drive, Nashville, Sunday, Sept. 20, starting at 4 p.m.
Supported by actress Jennifer O’Neill, a new movement for women will hold the Heal Our Land event in Nashville on Sunday, Sept. 20 as part of a multi-state bus tour to “fight for the soul of America” and “bring healing amid the current chaos.” The bus tour has already completed several stops in Florida and Texas.
O’Neill — a former CoverGirl cosmetics model who co-starred in the 1970 movie Rio Lobo with John Wayne — will kick off the event at her Hope and Healing at Hillenglade equine center that provides therapy for wounded warriors and veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress (PTSD). O’Neill, who has long been an equestrian, moved to her Tennessee farm in the late 1990s.
O’Neill became a pro-life activist and a born-again Christian in 1986 at age 38. following the extreme regret about an abortion she underwent while dating a Wall Street socialite after the divorce from her first husband. She also began counseling abstinence to teens. She is the author if 8 books.
“There was a time when people were proud to be Americans, when morality reigned, and our Constitution was actually respected,” said Christie Hutcherson, founder and CEO of Christian conservative group Women Fighting For America (WFFA, www.WomenFightingForAmerica.com), which launched its “Heal Our Land” bus tour of 10 states and the nation’s capital at the end of August.
Sunday’s event takes place at O’Neill’s Hope and Healing at Hillenglade, 30 Hillenglade Drive, Nashville, starting at 4 p.m. Speakers will include Hutcherson, Michelle Swenson, Maureen Cowley, and Elizabeth Wyns Enns.
With the future of America hanging in the balance, women need to step up and speak out, Hutcherson said. “If we don’t rise up now as women — fierce, bold, and strong — I’m fearful for my children and my children’s children. We’re fighting for the soul of America.”
Calling women “the heart of the family, and the heart of America,” Hutcherson said: “We must save America’s children, our values, and our Constitution.”
The grassroots women’s movement says it aims to “bring healing amid the current chaos” by restoring traditional values, educating this generation about America’s Judeo-Christian roots, and protecting Constitutional freedoms.
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‘Silent Too Long’
“Right now, evil is seen as good, and good is seen as evil,” said Hutcherson, a mother-of-two and small business owner. “There’s a lot at risk in our nation, and we’ve been silent too long.”
Based out of Florida — a key battleground state in the upcoming election — WFFA plans to have chapters across the U.S., encouraging women nationwide to come together to help shape their communities, run for school boards and other public offices, and speak out on issues at their county courthouse.
The group’s road tour will include events in Tennessee, the Carolinas, Virginia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Wisconsin, and Ohio — culminating at the National Mall in Washington, D.C., two days before the Presidential election. Events will include speakers as well as prayer for the nation.
A complete schedule of tour dates and locations is posted online at
Women Fighting For America (WFFA, www.WomenFightingForAmerica.com) is a new conservative, Christian women’s movement seeking to bridge the gap of divisiveness and confusion in America, restore traditional American values, protect Constitutional freedoms, and advocate for Christian virtues.
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