We wanted to give you a brief update on our court case with the National Park Service.
We are thankful to report that the Lord has provided a top-flight law firm in New Orleans to represent us! Two different friends of Landmark knew someone who knew someone... and that someone was William Treeby, of Stone Pigman Walther Wittmann. Mr. Treeby has been active for several years in the Christian Legal Society, serving as Director from 1987-2000 and from 2010 to present, and as Treasurer from 1993-2000. Mr. Treeby and his associates have secured a continuance of our trial to May 16, 2017 in order to fully prepare.
A Small Place on the Wall
As we prepare for our Pirates, Presidents, Conquistadors and More! Tour in Florida February 16-18, I checked the web sites of the two National Parks we visit on the tour. Unfortunately, we found conflicting information regarding permit requirements for each park. One site offers a Commercial Use Permit only, while the other only offers a Special Use Permit, and neither clearly defines who needs a permit. While this is really a small matter in the grand scheme of life, it presents an opportunity for us to pray to the Lord for clarity and to firmly and winsomely assert our rights as citizens, being faithful in our little place on the wall.
Pray for Our Leaders
We are hopeful the new leadership in Washington — and particularly in this case Rep. Ryan Zinke (R-Mont.), who is nominated to serve as the next interior secretary — will bring order and true civil servant spirit to the National Park staff. Join us in obedience to God as we pray for those in authority over us, and repent of our personal and corporate sins, seeking his face earnestly that our land might be healed.
We appreciate your continued support and will keep you updated as we progress.
President, Landmark Events