Standing For Truth And Liberty Part 1 – With Patriot JoeyLynn Mesaros – JoeyLynn Mesaros and her family are standing for truth and liberty, in the midst of being persecuted for what they believe. Having no experience in politics, JoeyLynn decided to start standing up and being bold about what she believes. Tune in to part 1 of 2 today to hear this amazing story.

Air Date: 10/11/2021

Guest: JoeyLynn Mesaros

HomeOn-air Personalities: David Barton, Rick Green, and Tim Barton


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Rick:

Welcome to the intersection of faith and the culture. It’s WallBuilders Live. We are taken on the hot topics of the day, but we’re looking at them very different from what your mainstream media would look at those issues from. We look at it from a biblical, historical, and constitutional perspective. That’s the right perspective. Especially if you want to have any joy in a world gone mad, and all the craziness that’s out there right now, you better get that biblical perspective. It’s absolutely essential.

And the historical perspective, because that tends to remind you that there’s nothing new under the sun: we’re not the first country or people or community to face the things that we face. So, nothing new under the sun. And then that constitutional perspective certainly helps so that you know the truth and you can expect that of and require that of your elected officials. So when you go vote, you’re looking for those folks that also have a biblical, historical, and constitutional perspective. No perfect candidates, though. Let’s not fool ourselves. There’s no perfect candidates. You got to do the best you can with what you got, where you are.

And part of what we cover on this program is that perspective, that biblical, historical, and constitutional perspective, and how to choose leaders, how to act in our communities, in our neighborhoods, in our state, or our nation, making sure that we’re engaging in a biblical, historical, and constitutional way. So getting those truths is vitally important.

Hope you’re hosting a biblical citizenship class somewhere in your community, whether it’s your home or your church or somewhere else. Everyone listening right now, you have the ability to do that. You don’t have to have any background in this, don’t have to have any special knowledge. You quite literally just have to do the power play. You get people in a room, you hit the power on your DVD player or your TV or your computer and then you hit play. That’s it. That’s all you got to do: David and Tim and myself.

And by the way, David Barton, America’s premier historian and our founder at WallBuilders, Tim Barton, national speaker and pastor and president of WallBuilders, and I’m Rick Green, a former Texas legislator and America’s Constitution coach. But the three of us along with Kirk Cameron and Mat Staver and Congressman Barry Loudermilk, and Rabbi Daniel Lapin, and Jack Hibbs, and Rob McCoy, and all these others will take care of the teaching. It’s all in the videos. You just create the arena for fellowship, the atmosphere for fellowship, bringing people in, it’ll give them hope, you can be a part of the solution.

Check that out today at biblicalcitizens.com. Watch that little three minute video, you’ll get excited just watching that and realize I can bring that message of hope to my community, I can get people engaged in the process and be a part of the solution with a biblical, historical, and constitutional perspective.

We’ve got a special program for you today and tomorrow. It’s a two part program. And it’s someone that just discovered this whole process of being involved in the political arena, of stepping up and being a leader, of influencing elections in her community, now homeschooling her son, I mean, just the whole story is incredibly powerful.

It’s someone that didn’t think about these things before. And as she tells the story, I think there’s going to be a lot of you out there that go, wow, that was me or that is me, and I want to move into being a person of action and being engaged in the process. Joeylynn Mesaros, she’s become a friend to our family, her and her husband both and their son, Jude, just I’m so excited about their family, because it’s exactly the kind of story that we want to hear millions of times over: people that weren’t involved in the past that have decided I’m going to get involved and be a part of the solution.

And in her case, she got involved. And man, oh, man, the enemy knows when to attack. And the enemy is attacking her and her family for getting involved. And she is standing strong on the Word. She is standing firm. I’m just so impressed with their family and so thankful for what they’re doing. You’re going to hear the whole story in the interview today and tomorrow. They were one of the families that are now being sued by a bunch of the left wing politicians in Texas, because they drove alongside the Biden bus last year towards the end of the campaign when it came to Texas and they just drove beside it in the lane next to it and wave their American and Trump flags expressing their freedom of speech, and now they’ve got all kinds of attacks coming at them from the enemy. But the joy that Joeylynn has is infectious. You’re going to love this interview.

We’re going to take a quick break. When we come back, the interview actually by the way took place on my Front Porch. I do a Sunday night program called Front Porch Live, and if you’d like to tune into that, it’s on all our social media channels. Easiest place to get it is Facebook and Rumble, but you can also get it a Telegram and we post links on all the other social media Gator, Parler, MeWe, we’re on all of them. And so watch for those links. If you’re not following us, then you can get links today at wallbuilderslive.com.

And any way, we do this Front Porch Live every Sunday night. It’s just a laid back, relaxed conversation on the porch literally about what’s happened in the previous week. And Joeylynn was my guest on the front porch live a couple of weeks ago. It was so good that I thought it would be good to share with you here on Wallbuilders Live. So let’s take a quick break. And we’ll come back, Joeylynn Mesaros is our special guest today and tomorrow. This’ll be a two part program. You’re listening to Wallbuilders Live.

CONSTITUTION ALIVE!

Have you ever wanted to learn more about the United States Constitution, but just felt like man, the classes are boring, or it’s just that old language from 200 years ago, or I don’t know where to start? People want to know, but it gets frustrating because you don’t know where to look for truth about the constitution either.

Well, we’ve got a special program for you available now called Constitution Alive! With David Barton and Rick Green. And it’s actually a teaching done on the Constitution at Independence Hall in the very room where the constitution was framed. We take you both to Philadelphia, the cradle of liberty and Independence Hall and to the WallBuilders’ library, where David Barton brings the history to life to teach the original intent of our Founding Fathers. We call it the Quickstart Guide to the Constitution, because in just a few hours through these videos, you will learn the citizen’s guide to America’s constitution, you’ll learn what you need to do to help save our constitutional republic. It’s fun, it’s entertaining, and it’s going to inspire you to do your part to preserve freedom for future generations. It’s called Constitution Alive with David Barton and Rick Green. You can find out more information on our website now at wallbuilders.com.

Rick:

Time for our special guest, I’m excited about this. You know, we have been challenging patriots to get involved and do things and be active and let their voice be heard for years. And when they do, and the Left tries to cancel them or the Left attacks them, we need to come together and defend our fellow patriots. And so we’re excited tonight to talk about what happened last summer and talk about why we need to support the Patriots that Wendy Davis and the Left are trying to cancel.

And if you don’t know who Wendy Davis is, she ran for governor in Texas, she’s a major pro-abortion Democrat, finally defeated in Dallas, but ran for governor. Anyway, she’s the one that is leading the charge to sue these patriots, wonderful family right here close to us, sort of in our neck of the woods. It actually happened in our county the incident that we’re going to be talking about. But anyway, we’re excited to have Joeylynn Mesaros, did I say it right?

Joey:

That’s it.

Rick:

Okay. Joining us and Robert couldn’t be here, but you and your husband, Robert got involved last year. Had you been involved in politics before that?

Joeylynn:

Not much longer before that. This is a pretty new journey for us. We started really caring about politics last year. I actually started caring about speaking up and speaking out about things that were important to me. I lived a life disagreeing with people. Even when I didn’t actually agree with what they were saying just to keep the peace and I would go to bed at night and think this just isn’t settling right. They don’t even know who I am or what I think.

And as election was rolling around, I had friends that were talking about how much they hated white people and Trump and to my face. And I was just thinking I am just not being true to myself, I’m not being true to my son, in the fact that he is more honest at 10 years old than I was and I thought this has to change. And so I went to the Comal County Republican office and I said I need some signs for my front yard. And so I said that I’m starting in politics and everybody said that is not the place to start expressing yourself.

Rick:

Putting a sign in your yard?

Joeylynn:

Yeah.

Rick:

Wait, wait, wait, I want to get you to back up because this is really interesting to me. I read a book last fall, I don’t know if you’ve heard of it called “Live Not by Lies”. Have you ever heard of that book?

Joeylynn:

No, I haven’t.

Rick:

Okay. So just the title probably I mean it’s exactly what you were feeling. I’m living by lie. I’m acting like I believe in things that I don’t believe in. And in some cases by nodding my head and in other cases just by being silent.

Joeylynn:

That’s right. That’s right.

Rick:

Right. I mean, I’ve always felt that way about the mask, like I’m living by the lie that this is going to help or make a difference or that this virus should cause us to shut down. But let’s not get off on that tangent. But “Live Not by Lies” by Rod Dreher, really, really hit me in the gut. And what you just said is exactly what he says in the book.

Joeylynn:

Wow!

Rick:

Okay. So you go to the Comal County Republican Party, and say what can I do? I want to help. Are you asking them for signs?

Joeylynn:

I sure did. I asked for signs I asked what I could do. And we learned that there were peaceful protests happening in our city. And so there were people that were going downtown to the main plaza, which is a circle we have around about downtown New Braunfels, Texas. And so we were holding American flag signs, Trump signs we were waving. I would say it will get pretty crazy. We’d have people screaming things I have never ever heard before…

Rick:

In the Braunfels, Texas?

Joeylynn:

Whoa, wash your mouth out with soap, like rowdy. And I actually had a drink thrown in my face from somebody’s car, which is actually assault. And so, we’ll get into the fact that this lawsuit is claiming that we assaulted them. We on a regular basis truly experienced assault from our opposing party. But we always would pray before we would peacefully protest that if that kind of spirit is present there, if that’s happening, we’re going to maintain a peaceful position, we’re going to wave back. We’re not going to, you know…

Rick:

So you probably did that and you weren’t following us yet, right? You didn’t know who we were from Adam?

Joeylynn:

No, I didn’t have a clue.

Rick:

So I had a pastor from California named Jim Garlow on, I don’t know, probably about that time, is like July of last summer, because I get riled up, I mean, I’m like, Peter, I’m going to take the sword off, I want to chop off in the ear. And he said, Rick, listen, if you’re going to go protest, the first thing you got to do is get your heart right. You got to pray and make sure that when you get there, it’s righteous anger, not selfish.

Joeylynn:

That’s right.

Rick:

So you guys did that without any real direction, how did you know to do that?

Joeylynn:

I do feel the spirit led…

AMERICAN STORY

Hey, guys, we want to let you know about a new resource we have at WallBuilders called The American Story. For so many years, people have asked us to do a history book to help tell more of the story that’s just not known or not told today.

And we would say very providentially in the midst of all of the new attacks coming out against America, whether it be from things like the 1619 project that say America is evil, and everything in America was built off slavery, which is certainly not true or things, like even the Black Lives Matter movement, the organization itself, not out the statement Black Lives Matter, but the organization that says we’re against everything that America was built on, and this is part of the Marxist ideology. There’s so many things attacking America.

Well, is America worth defending? What is the true story of America? We actually have written and told that story starting with Christopher Columbus, going roughly through Abraham Lincoln, we tell the story of America not as the story of a perfect nation of a perfect people. But the story of how God used these imperfect people and did great things through this nation. It’s a story you want to check out wallbuilders.com, The American Story.

Joeylynn:

I feel like in retrospect, every step of the way has been directed by God. I am confident that we’ve been chosen for this season which is crazy, because we’re so average, we’re so normal, we’re so…

Rick:

I don’t ask you about you all. We have to back up. I’m terrible with this. I do radio interviews in like 20 minutes and this is unusual for me. So let’s back up. Okay. You and your husband live in Braunfels, Comal County, which our executive director Nathan Macias used to be the state rep there years ago.

Joeylynn:

Oh, wow!

Rick:

So this is like 2000, so yeah, before you’re even involved.

Joeylynn:

My husband’s a plumber, and he’s on call today, so he had to stay with the work truck and the phone in case any calls came in. I’m a stay at home mama

Rick:

I hope you get lots of businesses today, Robert?

Joeylynn:

Yeah, exactly, the phone better ring. And…

Rick:

So, you homeschool?

Joeylynn:

I homeschool. I pulled my son out of school in January after I started getting involved politically and really understanding what was going on in the public school system. I was really listening and paying attention to what he was saying when he was coming home, and I couldn’t even get into the school to find things out that I wanted to know because of COVID lockdowns.

And so I’m thinking I am sending my son somewhere where I have no control over him. I can’t even get and they’re requiring a mask on his face. I refuse to wear one. Why am I continuing to do this? He’s coming home and saying, well, my gym teacher, you know, she said that I have to wear a mask inside at home, even if you told me not to.

Rick:

At home?

Joeylynn:

At home, in the house, even if I tell him not to…

Rick:

What did he think of that?

Joeylynn:

He said, you know…

Rick:

He’s 8 or 9?

Joeylynn:

He’s 10.

Rick:

He’s 10.

Joeylynn:

And so this is what I always felt that I had been instilling our values into him. The problem is that I was not speaking our values. And so I felt like I was raising this bright young man, and he’s intelligent. He’s very clever. And you know what, he speaks up when I don’t. But I started to watch him turn into somebody else, somebody I didn’t know. And so he would not take his mask off. He felt intimidated when I asked him to remove his mask like, oh, I can’t because my teacher said, you know.

Rick:

Okay. So anybody out there that is thinking, well, why did he do that? Do the math, okay. For eight hours a day, he’s being bombarded with that philosophy and made to feel guilty if, literally like you’re killing people if you don’t buy into what we’re telling you. So, of course, when he goes home, and you have five hours with him, that’s going to eventually cause him to believe what they believe. Yeah.

Joeylynn:

That’s right. And so I was trying to undo the groundwork that they were laying versus laying the foundation that I wanted him to go into his adulthood with. And so I thought…

Rick:

I mean, bad that that was happening, good that you recognize that.

Joeylynn:

And praise God, he brought us to the season. He did experience pretty significant bullying. I picked him up from school and he had a face mask on that I did not send him to school in. This was back in January. It was white and covered in red blood and I thought, oh man, he must have had a nosebleed, they must have swapped the mask. And he gets in the car and he says no, you know, somebody else punched me, and they called you once and it went straight to voicemail and they sent me back to class and wouldn’t let me call you again.

And back to class with that child and the school refused to discuss the matter with me, they would only speak to me outside with no pen and paper. They wouldn’t give me any answers on keeping him safe. And I just thought I can do this, because I was scared that I couldn’t. You know, I was scared that I couldn’t and I thought no, absolutely we’re going to figure this out. So he is homeschooled with me for history, reading, writing, and English, and then art. And then I sent him to a hybrid homeschool program where he does math and science, it’s just not my strength.

Rick:

Yeah, we love Co-Ops, and the whole thing you can do that is… Yeah.

Joeylynn:

Yeah. And so it was really important to me to show my son Jude, how important it is to speak your values and to speak up even when people disagree with you. And so I jumped into politics. I went hard. I’m like there’s this protest, and this protest, and we need another flag, we need another sign, we need another American flag shirt, you know, couldn’t learn enough. And I’m thinking, wow, like my parents didn’t raise me to know or understand any of this.

I didn’t understand why we celebrated Memorial Day, Labor Day, 4th of July: it seemed like a barbecue a cookout and excuse for you know them and their friends to drink beer. There just wasn’t a respect for our country, our flag, our history. I didn’t know it. School didn’t teach it to me. And so it’s been this amazing, exciting journey where I’m learning while I teach my son, and I can’t get enough information. And I couldn’t care more than ever about the matters that are going on around us and how that affects not just our family, but everybody, including the people that we disagree with.

Rick:

Amen. Amen. And by the way, if you’re watching this, and you’re listening to what she’s saying, and you’re going, man, I feel that way, I wonder if I could do homeschooling. Yes, you can, absolutely. Millions of people have figured that out this year. It’s doubling and tripling in states all over the country because parents have said I don’t know if I could do that, because we’ve been kind of conditioned to think you got to leave that to the experts. And so many families are finding what you’re finding, that extra time with the kids, directing the curriculum that they have, all of those blessings. Anyway, you can do it as well. Okay. We can turn this into a whole homeschooling thing tonight.

Joeylynn:

We can and we will. But I’ll just finish with saying that we just started his fifth grade year, so I got to spend January to May with him, homeschooling him. And then summer break and then we just restarted. And I found a piece of writing assignment that he left public school with, and then one that I had assigned him and a side by side comparison indicated a significant amount of growth. It was visual. It was tangible.

And, he’d say things like, well, why do I have to alphabetize that list? We didn’t have to do that school. I don’t even know what that means. Why do we have to write it? We don’t have to write, because we have an iPad or my teacher said I didn’t have to. And he was finding inappropriate things on his iPad at school because there were no safety settings. It just was I didn’t understand. I trusted the public school system to be taking care of him in a way that was inappropriate to expect that they would. So we have assumed responsibility and accountability.

Rick:

That is awesome.

Joeylynn:

Yeah. And so but I know that’s not why we’re here today.

Rick:

But that would make like a great show all by itself. Like Kara and I are always talking about, I mean, this is a passion for us, is to get people to homeschool. We homeschool all four of ours, we loved it.

Joeylynn:

Yes. And they’re brilliant children. Your family is beautiful.

Rick:

Thank you.

Joeylynn:

I am blessed to watch your beautiful children blessing you and the interaction that you guys have in this family affair is incredible.

Rick:

Well, thank you. Thank you. Thank you. Alright. So we love the fact that you chose to homeschool. I mean it’s been a heck of a year for you then. So in a year, you really in the last 12 months, well I guess 18 months now you woke up in a lot of areas, not just the education, the political thing?

Joeylynn:

That’s right.

Rick:

So all of that stuff is happening, you’re all in on the political side. I’ve scanned your website with all the pictures, you got to ‘Come and Take It’ flag. I used to represent Gonzalez which is where ‘Come and Take It’ came from. That’s where the first shot was…

Joeylynn:

That’s right. We did a ‘Come and Take It’ run in Gonzalez.

Rick:

Did you really?

Joeylynn:

Yes.

Rick:

Oh, okay, good deal. Alright. You know, that’s still… We love that whole…

Joeylynn:

We saw the cannon at the museum. It was wonderful.

Rick:

The little bitty cannon that you expected this huge? Yes. Yes.

Joeylynn:

Yes. It’s so tiny. It was a cute little cannon.

Rick:

Yeah. Oh, that’s awesome. So anyway, I’ve loved looking at all your pictures and going to rallies and the flags on the truck and all that. So here you were doing exactly what we’ve spent our whole life trying to get people to do.

AMERICAN HISTORY

This is Tim Barton from WallBuilders with another moment from American history. America is a special and unique nation. The average length for a Constitution in other countries is only 17 years. But we’ve had ours for over two centuries. And our 4% of the world’s population produces 24% of the world’s gross domestic product. And every year, we produce more inventions and technology than the other 96% of the world combined.

In 1831, Alexis de Tocqueville of France came to America, travelled the country, and in his famous book, “Democracy in America” reported, “The position of the Americans is therefore quite exceptional, and it may be believed that no democratic people will ever be placed in a similar one. This is the origin of the phrase ‘American Exceptionalism’ and affirms that America is unique because of the distinctive ideas on which we had been based, including inalienable rights, individualism, limited government, and the importance of religion and morality.”

For more information about American Exceptionalism, go to wallbuilders.com

Rick:

Then we travel the country we say you’ve got to be a good citizen, you got to get involved, you got to pay attention, you were doing exactly that. And then…

Joeylynn:

Yes, and what we prayed and prepared for came true. So we always pray that we would be protected from any kind of attack while we were out and that we would always act with respect and dignity even when we were disrespected so that nobody could ever have anything bad to say about us.

Rick:

Wow! That was your heart before all of this?

Joeylynn:

Yes.

Rick:

Okay. Wait before we get to the bus thing, so you guys, I mean it’s amazing to me that being new to this, that people were so rude and crude and literally assaulted you and you stayed in the… I mean, people that have been doing this forever that happens to them, they scurry home. You’re new to this and you’re like bring it on. I mean, how did you keep when that’s happening? You know, you see what I’m saying that is very…

Joeylynn:

Like I said, I’d never thought of it like that. It brings tears to my eyes because I guess it just becomes clearer and clearer every day that we were just meant to be where we’re at, because I don’t know that I ever even thought twice about it. But you know, how does the saying go, but by the grace of God, and there I go, therefore I go…

Rick:

Okay. So don’t let me forget, somebody write down I want to send her a link to David’s talk on “Run to the Roar”. So it’s all about the warhorse. It’s all about the lion running to the roar. It’s all about that mindset because you clearly have it. And you did it over the last year. Very few people have it, and it’ll be another example of how we’re trying to get other people to do it. You literally like, I think you’re right, Holy Spirit led into this, into the fire. I mean, not just into like, I’m going to go vote, I’m going to put a little sticker on, it says I vote and then I’m going to go to the lunch at the Baptist Church and try to get all the other ladies that… I mean, that’s great. Poor folks go do that. You’re on the street corner waving signs and people are throwing beer in your face.

Joeylynn:

Yes. That’s right. Thank you for putting it into perspective.

Rick:

Can I have 1,000 like you? If I had a 1,000 like you, it be over, I mean, we would win every election. Okay, anyway. So you’re going through all that, then how do you get to the bus thing?

Joeylynn:

So you know, we saw, our town is fairly small, it is 76% Republican or Conservative. It’s a good place to be right now.

Rick:

Oh, my goodness. The Comal County Republican women, every candidate in Texas goes to Comal to speak to the Comal County Republican women, because you all have a huge Republican turn out.

Joeylynn:

That’s right. Yes, we do. And so I’ve recently learned that, and so I was seeing these Trump trains around town. I actually didn’t even know what they were called at the time I saw a bunch of trucks or cars with flags and they were going on the same routes on the same days. I would notice from my front porch that they’d be passing by and I’d be like, oh Robert, look there they go again. And I was like, I really want to go. I think that’s a good way for us to start like speaking up and speaking out is doing these Trump trains. And he agreed, he was excited about it, he said he had also seen them.

And so I remember there was this evening we had agreed to go, we were exhausted. We had just come back from Dallas, and it was late and we had maybe 15 minutes to go, and he’s like babe, I don’t have time to put the poll on the truck. I haven’t even figured out how it would go on the truck. It’s just not going to happen today. And I sat on the porch and I cried watching them pass our house. I was so frustrated that we didn’t get to go and then he said okay, well, let’s just jump in the truck and we’ll go with them without a flag. Let’s do that. Is that better? You know, and it was just like so incredible to see at least 100 vehicles just driving through this very small town. And it grew and it grew and it grew and we found out there was a Facebook page and they actually had meetings and they had other events and…

Rick:

The first ones we saw were boat train, like those long boats, and we kept seeing these videos. I mean just all these hundreds and hundreds of boats. So I saw that before I even saw these vehicle trains.

Joeylynn:

Oh, man and there it was, it was happening everywhere, was beautiful site. It was a beautiful site to see everybody and it was discouraging…

Rick:

It’s encouraging,  you’re like you’re not alone. Yeah.

Joeylynn:

Yes. And that’s what we would say. It’s like wow, we’d get home and we’d be like did you see how many other people feel the same way that we did? And it’s interesting because we were all very different and they were not all Christian conservatives, they were not all white, but our value set.

Rick:

Yeah, absolutely. I love it because you have a Harley Davidson biker dude right here and then sweet little Christian family right here, and I loved it. Yeah.

Joeylynn:

Yeah, that’s right. And so we had actually seen the boat parades as well. And so we found an awesome woman in Arizona who was selling the flags to the boats. And we were looking for the biggest flag we could find. I mean, we were not fine with the regular 4 by 6 that everybody else had. We wanted a 6 by 10. We wanted the stadium flag. And so she sold it to us, shipped it to us, we pop that puppy on the truck, and it was not too much longer.

Later, my husband had his tonsils removed and so he was home. And at the time our son was in public school because this was last October during early election we heard that the Biden bus was coming through that day. I was like oh my gosh, you know, we have to do it and he’s like well, I’m home, you know I’m feeling up for it. Let’s do it. And so we went and we took our son from school, we checked him out, and we went, and we lined up with some friends. We prayed about it. We waited for the bus to come. It was very exciting. Again, the Biden-Harris campaign bus was coming through. We didn’t know who was on it, but we knew it was a massive campaign. And so…

Rick:

And by the way, taking your kid out of school to go do a political rally is the best thing you could possibly take your kids out of school for. We used to have, the homeschool families would come stand at the poles for us, but then other people would get their kids out of school just to come campaign. So I love hearing this. Yes, alright.

Joeylynn:

Okay, I was like ah! And so we were excited, it was going to be fun. We had been doing the parades around town. People would set up their lawn chairs and wait for us to come through on the same days at the same time and wave. And we had a lot of people that did not like us, and would intentionally show up to cause trouble, but for the most part, so many people were also encouraged that weren’t able to be part of the train and would say things like thank you for getting out there and representing and speaking up and showing your support because we can’t, and so we are so glad that you’re doing it.

Rick:

Alright, friends, we’re out of time for today. I got to interrupt the interview with Joeylynn, we will pick up right where we left off. We’ll get the rest of it tomorrow. So, you have a fantastic day. If you’re going to miss tomorrow for some reason, go to wallbuilderslive.com, it’ll be available tomorrow there on the website. Thanks so much for listening to WallBuilders Live.