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"The crisis of our times is not political," observed Heath. "It is moral. And the only way out is through the law and gospel of Jesus Christ -- the moral truths of the Bible and Christianity."
Heath is well known for having taken a principled stand against so-called "sexual orientation" laws and abortion. He has invested his life in Christian ministry. He began his ministry earning a Bachelor of Arts degree in Religion and Philosophy. He then started his family while caring for troubled souls in a residential community setting. Since 1994 he has publicly proclaimed the hope and glory of Jesus Christ as leader of the Christian Civic League of Maine, and then Helping Hands Ministry.
As satan's grip on western civilization strengthens Heath's determination to fight increases. Paul the Apostle observed that God gives people up to a depraved sexual mind when they choose to "change the truth of God into a lie, and worship and serve the creature more than the creator."
Maine has become so depraved that weak and vulnerable women in Portland no longer have access to safe shelter. Confused men lured into Satan's increasingly popular transgender trap are forced by the laws of Maine to stay at the Preble Street Shelter.
Heath will preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ.
The 52 year old father of three sons said. "I can't wait for Friday night. I stand with Paul the Apostle who said, 'I am not ashamed of the gospel of Christ: for it is the power of God unto salvation to every one that believes.'"
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China -- Michael & Paulie Heath announced today that they will attend an exciting evangelism conference planned for August 16 & 17 at Deering Center Community Church. The Gospel for New England Conference will include street witnessing.
"That is the most thrilling aspect of the program for me," said Michael Heath, former Executive Director of the Christian Civic League of Maine. "I absolutely love interacting with the public, especially in front of abortion clinics -- the gates of hell."
Both of the Heath's said that they are eager to hear the speakers. The organizers have pulled together an outstanding group of men to teach the Bible. Learn more, and register, at their website.
Paulie said she is looking forward to interacting with the women especially.
The mother of three sons and producer of over 50 worship songs said, "I'll have my musical CDs at our Helping Hands Ministry table."
The Heath's run Helping Hands Ministry and distribute gospel literature, videos and music for a donation.
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China -- Two days after returning from Rochester, New York, Mike Heath will be a guest on Pro Life on the Air. The program is aired live on Wednesday mornings every week. It is also archived online here so you can listen on your computer or mobile device anytime. Heath will be interviewed by host Leslie Sneddon on the Constitution Radio Network from 9:15 a.m. until 10:00 a.m. on July 31, 2013.
"I'm really looking forward to talking about our ministry with Operation Save America," said Heath. "Paulie and I will have just returned from standing on the front lines of the abortion war in New York."
Operation Save America (OSA) is an annual Christian event headed by Rev. Flip Benham, who is highly regarded by Christians for having baptized Norma McCorvey years ago. McCorvey's identity was hidden in 1973 by pro-abortion lawyers. She is Jane Roe in the Roe vs. Wade case that forced abortion on all fifty states.
OSA brings Christians together for a week in a different city each year in July. These Christians break into groups and go to abortion clinics, hospitals and overpasses to hold signs, witness and pray.
Heath said that he will personally ask Benham to bring Operation Save America to Maine to increase public awareness on the murder of innocent babies in the Pine Tree State.
The Heaths will be joining Sneddon at the Pro Life Missionaries of Maine weekly vigil in front of Portland's Planned Parenthood abortuary on Friday morning, August 2, 2013 from 9 to 11 am.
China -- Michael S. Heath announced today that he will appear with Paul Madore, Director of the Maine Grassroots Coalition. They will hold a press conference in the Maine State House Hall of Flags at 12:30 p.m. on Wednesday, July 17. 2013.
They will commend Governor Paul LePage for his recent plain-spoken and honest remarks which compared the political maneuvering of certain guileful politicians to the act of sodomy. The men will discuss their plan to restore common sense and sanity to Maine.
Madore and Heath have partnered together since 1991. They held back the pro-sodomy movement until 2005, when the political logjam broke, sweeping all before it. The vile tide of perversion which these forces unleashed is now at high-water mark, as sodomy and transgenderism have encroached on every institution in our state, in particular our public schools.
Heath served as the Iowa State Chairman of the Ron Paul for President campaign in 2011. Liberty advocates now lead the Iowa Republican Party. Madore was the overall Campaign Chairman for Ron Paul in Maine that year. Madore’s leadership contributed to an absolute and overwhelming victory for Ron Paul at the Maine Republican convention.
Madore is a Catholic husband to one wife, father to nine children and 26 grandchildren. Heath, who was the Executive Director of the Christian Civic League of Maine from 1994 to 2009, has been married for 31 years and has three sons and one grandson.
China -- Helping Hands Ministry leader Mike Heath has accepted an invitation to speak just before supper at this year's Annual Beastfeast event. The popular gathering will be held on September 22, 2012 at the More to Life Campground in Winthrop from 3 to 8 p.m.
The biography of Heath used in the Beastfeast promotional materials observes that, "Few men in Maine are more polarizing than Mike Heath. Many people think of him as radioactive. One widely read columnist refers to him as 'Saint Michael the Dark-angel.'"
The biography continues, "The 50 year old father of three sons bivouacked in a Baxter State Park lean-to before he turned one. He has always loved Maine.
In 1989, at the age of 19, Jesus called him to ministry. This calling led him into politics as leader of the Christian Civic League of Maine. For over two decades Mike fought the sodomy lobby in Maine and America. In the tradition of Biblical prophets of old, and as a Christian warrior, he continues that fight today.
Mike lives in China, Maine with his wife Paulie. They are proud of their three sons. The oldest two are married. One is a graduate of Grove City College, America's finest evangelical liberal arts college. Two are U.S. Marine Sergeants with three combat tours between them.
Mike says of Beastfeast, 'No event is more important. Christian men must respect, and hopefully rediscover, the skills required to be successful in the blood sports. Beastfeast provides men with an opportunity for Christian fellowship that honors the hunt. I can't wait for September!'"
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Contact: Paul Madore -- 207-784-0846
China -- Paul Madore and Mike Heath today announced plans for their first No Special Rights PAC press conference. The veteran campaigners will come together on the Green at the University of Maine at Orono at 11 a.m. on Monday, April 9, 2012 to discuss their campaign plans leading up to the November vote on so-called same sex "marriage."
Monday, April 9th is the first day of the Center for Bioethical Reform's Genocide Awareness Project. The two day project features gigantic gruesome images of genocides, including the genocide of legal abortion. The press conference will be held using a megaphone and soapbox in front of the display.
In addition to April 9th being the first day following Easter, it is the first day of "Pride Week" on the Maine university system's flagship campus. Students and faculty are encouraged during "Pride Week" to be proud of sexual deviance.
"It's time to get serious with society on the issue of homosexuality and the practical effects that are very harmful to society that this distorted and perverted lifestyle will have. It's time to take the gloves off," said Paul Madore. "Good people just keep moving the line back regarding homosexuality. But not anymore."
Madore continued, "Maine people are coming together to say 'enough is enough'. Marriage does not belong to homosexuals. It never has and it never will. Even if people get tired of saying no, and end up caving on the issue."
"On that note," said Madore, "The only reason why the number of supporters for same sex 'marriage' may be increasing is because people are sick and tired. Homosexuals have made people sick and tired. Homosexuals have absolutely nothing good to contribute to family life, which is what marriage is all about. A sterile union (between same sex couples) is never in need of marriage, and has nothing good to contribute to marriage or family life - absolutely nothing."
Homosexual advocates have failed to swing a significant majority to their viewpoint in over forty years of relentless and brutal lying. Paul Madore, however, earned nearly seventy percent of the vote when he "took the gloves off" in Lewiston.
Heath said that Madore's voice is the most important one in this year's campaign.
"Paul is the right man for the job," said Heath. "As a carpenter, father and grandfather he tells the truth plainly, in terms that Maine people understand. He doesn't embellish, or try to fine tune, what needs to be said. We all need to listen carefully to what Paul Madore has to say. He's angry about what is happening to his home -- Maine. He has a right to be. We should all be that upset."
Freedom of Information Act Request in the mail to the South Portland Police Department. In 2009 Bruce LaValle Davidson brutally murdered Fred Wilson after a night of sexual debauchery. Four days later LaValle Davidson told the people of Maine at a public hearing, "We're already married in the eyes of God." He was speaking of his sodomy based relationship with another man named Buck.
"This case simply cannot get enough publicity," said Heath. "If it were on the front page everyday from now until November that wouldn't be enough."
The dark underbelly of the so-called "gay" movement is ignored, or worse, denied by many people who know better. Maine is going to vote on sodomy based marriage again in November of this year. The facts about homosexuality and marriage will be largely ignored in the media.
Mike Heath and Paul Madore have teamed up to try to address this problem. They've formed a political action committee called the No Special Rights PAC. They have devoted themselves to talking about the morality and behaviors that are the essence of the homosexual political movement. A correct vote cannot be cast on this matter without thoroughly considering all the issues associated with the sodomy based marriage proposal.
Proponents would have the people of Maine believe their movement is only about love and commitment.
The facts of the Wilson murder prove otherwise.
While there probably is no connection, the openly homosexual State Senator, and celebrity of the "same sex marriage" movement in 2009, Larry Bliss, abandoned Maine as the Wilson murder case was playing out in the media. Bliss lived blocks away from Wilson's house, where the brutal murder took place.
"I'm thrilled that Coach has agreed to come to Maine," said Heath. "His heart for men knows no bounds. His challenge is sure to bring hearts alive, and the event will surely spark spiritual renewal in every man and family who devotes time to this gathering."
Coach Dave produced a video about the Boot Camps. Until yesterday his first Boot Camp was going to be near his home in Ohio. Mike Heath is going to join Coach in Ohio for that Boot Camp later in April.
Details on the Ohio Boot Camp can be found here.
The Maine Boot Camp is right around the corner. Interested Men or groups must call or email Mike Heath right away. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 207-956-0819.
The event begins at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 14, 2012. It ends at noon the next day. Men need to be at 28 Mayflower Lane, China, Maine no later than 1 p.m. that Saturday. They should bring a sleeping bag, their Bible and fishing gear for the lake. Cost is a suggested donation of at least $50. Food will be provided.
Heath published his endorsement, designed for Christians and pastors, today. You can read it here.
Hein is a stalwart defender of the faith, and a man of high principle.
While working for Heath at the League he could always be counted on to do the hard things. Many times the League found itself the subject of threats and intimidation for exposing evil in Maine. These threats never deterred Hein. They inspired him to do more.
When his hometown of Augusta flirted with the promotion of overt withcraft and paganism through a business on Main Street Hein practiced his free speech rights under the constitution, leading a public protest. His action drew international media.
Heath said, "I can think of no better man to fight for Augusta in the State House than Mike Hein. He is honest, principled and Christian."
Genocide Awareness Project display.
The national campus project will be in Maine twice in April. It is also going to be set up for two days at the University of Southern Maine later in the month.
"I haven't involved myself publicly with this kind of pro life witness in the past," allowed Heath. "The pictures are horrible. The acts of genocide and abortion, however, are in a whole different category -- horror. People need to know."
Sean Heath is a Junior at UMO. He is a Sergeant in the United States Marine Corp who married his high school sweetheart two years ago. Their first son will enter the world in June.