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March 21, 2019

Hello Mid-Missouri Ministry Partners, 
Spring is officially here!
One of the reasons I love the Spring is it kicks off our annual events. This year we celebrate our 10th Annual Capitol Commission Mid-Missouri Dinner Evening on Tuesday, April 16, 2019, 6:00 p.m.—8:00 p.m. Event location is Concord Baptist Church, 3724 W. Truman Blvd. Jefferson City.
We have a great line up of legislators and friends of the ministry attending. I hope you will join us. You will be encouraged by Missouri legislator’s and state leaders sharing their journey of faith. Enjoy a meal with friends.
The Mid-Missouri Dinner is right around the corner! Register now at, or email, you can also text John at 573.355.4161.
In an arena of ideologies, values, and convictions, often in conflict, the Capitol Commission offers unity in a pluralistic culture. As a non-partisan and non-denominational organization, our message is one of hope, faith, and love. Rather than a political message to the state capitol, we bring the “good news” of Jesus Christ. That’s precisely what our Annual Capitol Commission Dinners are about: an evening of hope, faith, and love. 
This type of ministry is built on trust, relationships, and effective service. It requires one to be present to participate. Capitol Commission is a self-funded ministry. Our dinner event is the primary venue to raise the necessary financial support to bring the Gospel of Jesus to Missouri legislators and state leadership. 
“It is a genuine encouragement to have Capitol Commission in the Missouri State Capitol and to join dozens of legislators and others who regularly attend the weekly Bible Study. The world of politics intensifies the temptations that confront every Christian, and Capitol Commission provides an authentic anchor-point for spiritual awareness, stability, and growth.”SenatorEd Emery.
As always, THANK YOU for your friendship with the Capitol Commission.
Serving the Governing Leaders in Missouri,
John A. Battaglia, D. Min.
Capitol Commission
Missouri State Minister