|Stacie Ruth and Carrie Beth
About Carrie Beth Stoelting, Co-Founder
Carrie loves her
God and her country. Even at the tender age of six, she desired to make a difference politically and socially for America
and, most of all, for her Lord.
As the founder of United For Movie Action, she desires to improve movie content. With endorsements from famous people
in the industry, she continues to work hard to fight immorality in movies.
sixteen, Carrie began her fight to improve movies. Many letters, calls, and meetings were executed until President George
W. Bush signed the Family Entertainment and Copyright Act in April of 2005. Carrie Beth is a 2008 state delegate, she
was a Spring 2006 intern for Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist, a 2005 Congressional Award Gold Medal recipient and Presidential
About Stacie Ruth Stoelting, Co-Founder
Ruth is not concerned with political correctness, but she is concerned about
correcting politics. Her faith drives her, and her patriotism remains contagious.
As a young professional speaker and singer, Stacie Ruth fills venues and books with freshness
and faith. Her style– simple. Her delivery– dramatic. God-given impact – huge! On international media, she
infuses interviews with enthusiasm and evangelism.
At age 15, Stacie Ruth wrote the critically
acclaimed Still Holding Hands, an book about Alzheimer’s and how to help caregivers and families. Randy
Travis, Shirley Jones, Senator Grassley, Joe Bonsall (Oak Ridge Boys), and many others have endorsed her writing and
ministry. At 17, she founded Bright Light Ministry, reaching out to hurting people of all ages.
At 20, she spoke and sang the National Anthem for President George W. Bush, Mrs. Bush, and other dignitaries. Then, she
and Carrie Beth recorded their first CD (Heavenly) with Grammy-winners . Now, via dramatic appearances, conferences,
and TV programs for all ages, she speaks, sings and entertainingly inspires.
A Personal Photo from Stacie and Carrie's Album
Above, Left to Right: Dr. Wendell Stoelting, Senator Chuck Grassley,
Carrie and Stacie Stoelting (Co-Founders of UnitetheUSA.org),
Rep. Steve King,
and Former Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist visit before a special event.