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Speakers Bureau: Archbishop Council Nedd II

Bishop Council Nedd IIThe Right Reverend Council Nedd II, Ph.D., TOSF is a founding member of the Project 21 black leadership network.

Archbishop Nedd serves as the rector of St. Alban's Anglican Church in Pine Grove Mills, PA and as the third presiding bishop of the Episcopal Missionary Church. He also is the author of the book "The Final Four: A Scriptural Journey Through Advent" (November, 2013).

Although he had always felt called to the ministry, Archbishop Nedd started his professional life as a political campaign worker and Congressional staffer. While working in politics, he continued to pursue his true vocation and was eventually ordained a priest in the Anglican Church and in September 2005 was consecrated as the Bishop of the Chesapeake.

Archbishop Nedd's interest in the needs of young people led him to leave politics and for several years he taught at-risk youth at a charter school in the District of Columbia. His life-long interest in politics coupled with his desire to proclaim the Gospel led him to launch In God We Trust, an organization established to push back against the secular tide in this country that is seeking to remove God from the fabric of American life
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Sample of Public Appearances by Council Nedd II:

On One America News Network's "The Rick Amato Show," Council calls for prayer in the aftermath of the Michael Brown shooting (8/20/14)

On the Fox News Channel's "Hannity," Council advocates ignoring liberal hatred toward black consevatives and instead concentrating on working for change (4/8/13)

Publications by Council Nedd II:

Let's Unite and Put ISIS to Flight (September 2014)

A Firewall is Needed Against Militant Islam (August 2014)

Regulatory Grinches Seek to Steal Christmas Spirit (December 2013)

Western Churches Neglect Causes of Radical Islam's Rise In Africa (October 2013)

Atheist Bullies (March 2013)

Saving Sarah From the Egyptian Salafis (December 2012)

Life, Liberty and Happiness (December 2012)

Values, Beliefs Lost on Election Day (November 2012)

Electioneering Stunt Short-Changes Churches (October 2012)

Middle East Violence Serves Arrogant Men and Not God (September 2012)

False Bravado and Feminization (July 2012)

The Return of Race-Based Voting (December 2009)

Enlightened Intolerance an Enemy of Democracy (June 2009)

Real Stimulus: Reform How Banks Shop Credit Cards (March 2009)

Good Health and Good Stewardship (December 2008)

Don't Expect "Change" to Change Much (November 2008)

Don't "Change" Religious Freedom (November 2008)

Rangel Ethics Mess Feels Like History Repeating Itself (October 2008)

Conservatives Lose When They Shun U.N. Conferences (March 2008)

Underserved and Overlooked (February 2008)

What the Church and State Battle Is Really About (December 2007)

Faith in Isolation (December 2007)

When Silliness is Serious (November 2007)

Our Faith and Heritage Has Held America Together in Crisis (September 2007)

The Gift of Good Health (December 2006)

The Poor Deserve More Than Reimports (May 2005)

How to Manage and Afford Senior Health Care (April 2005)

New Medicare Benefits Going Unnoticed in Black Community (October 2004)

Black Schools Must Raise the Academic Bar (July 2003)

Trip to the Police Station Yields Concerns About Safety (September 2002)

Often for Better and Sometimes for Worse, Lawyers Played Key Role in Black History (March 2001)

Government Attack on Dietary Supplements Lean on Facts (December 2000)

Remember When Gore Liked Fuzzy Math? (November 2000)

African-Americans Are Being Left Behind in the Information Age (May 1999)