With years of experience in Marketing and Communications, Tanner offers a unique blend of leadership and vision, founding the Council in 2020. Tanner earned his degree in Political Science at the University of California, Davis and a graduate certification in Marketing Strategy from Cornell University. He has consulted multiple political campaigns (regional and national), is a member of the American Communication Association, and has served on the Board of Directors for Rotary and other organizations.
The political climate is almost palpable, choking out even the most committed, passionate, and resolved of us. People are battle-weary and exhausted. The last 18 months have been a constant fray. Whether it be the pandemic, racial upheaval, government overreach, the shutdown of Churches and businesses, education reform, or ludicrous legislation — it seems that the array of fronts for faith-filled parents, pastors, and community members is never-ending.
We’ve been here before. The 1936 Arab Revolt. The 1947–48 Civic War in Palestine. The 1948 War. The 1956 Sinai War. The 1967 Six-Day War. The War of Attrition. The Yom Kippur War in 1973. The list continues and grows ever more lengthy and bloody.
Saturated in an Orwellian utopia, there is a quote in George Orwell’s 1984 that is so chilling, so eerie, and yet so incredibly relevant — considering big tech’s recent “cleanse” of conservative ideas on social media — that is should send an existential shockwave through every American.
For millions of Americans, going to Church on Sunday was as routine as work and time with family. Religious ceremonies across the nation have been a source of spiritual, emotional, and social healing.
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