Ginger Taylor is an author, speaker, new media writer and activist. She writes on the politics of autism, health, vaccination, informed consent and both corporate and government corruption from a biblical perspective.
Co-Founder of the Canary Party, Ginger is a former Marriage and Family Therapist specializing in adolescent and family therapy, holds a Bachelors degree in Psychology from Liberty University and Masters degree in Clinical Counseling from Johns Hopkins University. Her son Chandler regressed into autism following his 18 month vaccinations. In 2009 she served on the steering committee of the first Maine CDC Autism Conference to educate medical professionals on the current state of research and treatment of autism. Ginger is the founder of the Maine Coalition for Vaccine Choice and has authored legislation on vaccination in Maine. She is a co-author and contributing editor of the book Vaccine Epidemic: How Corporate Greed Biased Science and Coercive Government Threaten Our Human Rights Our Health and Our Children.
Ginger was honored with the Health Freedom Hero Award for 2014 from the National Health Federation for her work on health choice and parental rights.
Dr. Jason Garwood
Dr. Jason Garwood has spent his career seeking to both understand and apply the Biblical worldview to every single area of life. His aim is to help pastors and churches to be better equipped to engage in the Great Commission by teaching Christians how to find their individual purpose in the Kingdom of God and learn how to identify and respond to cultural idols.
He is currently the teaching pastor at Cross & Crown Church in Northern Virginia.
Cross & Crown was planted in 2017 with a vision and mission to equip men, women, and children to press the crown rights of King Jesus into every area of life, Cross & Crown is a house-church movement seeking to establish other house churches across the world; and Cross & Crown is laboring to promote liberty and justice by local activism and involvement in their community and region.
He is a writer and activist. Jason is the author of four books, including Reconstructing the Heart and The Politics of Humanism (both forthcoming). He has written articles for various outlets and blogs at jasongarwood.com and he is a co-host of Cross & Crown Radio.
- Request for an Executive Order to Restore 1st Amendment Religious Rights by Revoking Federal Funding to States Failing to Provide A Religious Exemption to Vaccine Mandates
- The U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops Chairmen Urge FDA to Develop Ethical Vaccine for COVID-19
- South Dakota Considers First State Bill To Repeal Vaccine and Medical Mandates
- Children Aborted for Vaccine Development Must be Remembered on Sanctity of Human Life Sunday, January 19
- Deception: The American Academy of Pediatrics Does Not Currently Claim that Vaccines Don’t Cause Autism
Why We Fight
We believe that the Scriptures, of both Old and New Testaments, are the inspired, inerrant, infallible, and authoritative Word of God written. The Bible is the revelation of God’s will for salvation, and the ultimate authority on all issues of life, faith, and practice of the Christian religion and we affirm that there is nothing in life that God has not spoken on in His word. Therefore, it is to be believed in all that it teaches, obeyed in all that it requires, and trusted in all that it promises. (Psalms 19:1-3, Proverbs 22:19-21, Romans 2:14-20, Romans 15:4, 2 Timothy 3:16-17, 1 Peter 1:25)
We are rooted in three Biblical and certain doctrines.
- Human beings are created in the image of God and reflect His image.
- The Creator Himself became a man to rescue humanity from sin, self-destruction, death, and eternal separation from God.
- Love for God results in a love for, and obedience to, His teaching.
When we murder or oppress humans beings, we murder and oppress the Image of God. Matthew 25:40 says “The King will answer and say to them, ‘Truly I say to you, to the extent that you did it to one of these brothers of Mine, even the least of them, you did it to Me.’”
When we tolerate injustice (especially injustices such as abortion and other forms of murder), we condone not only the oppression of fellow human beings but also blasphemous treason and regicide. It is as if we were tolerating the persecution or the murder of Christ Jesus Himself.
We sometimes forget the significance of our King coming to earth in the womb of a woman (Matthew 1:18-25). The incarnation did not happen in Bethlehem in a barn. The incarnation happened the very second that Mary became pregnant with our King. Jesus, our King, our provision, our comforter, our advocate, the ruler and judge of all the cosmos, was incarnate in the womb of a poor Jewish woman. A single cell organism. How beautiful and how significant is it that at the second of incarnation, there was a bright flash, and the light of the World became flesh? The beginning of life brings light. Jesus, The Firstborn Son of God, became like us, became like how we were at one time – a tiny human being in a womb. Unable to be seen without a microscope, our King was placed in a woman to bring about the redemption of His people and all the World (Ephesians 1:7, John 3:16-17).
God has called believers to speak the truth to one another in love, and fellowship in unity and mutual humble submission to one another. Where the worldly vaccine debate has become vitriolic, we seek to educate our brothers and sisters in love on these difficult issues, and foster understanding on the dangers of becoming involved with the corrupt vaccine program.
These theological propositions form the basis for our work.