World’s Largest Family Ministry Team Event Scheduled for 2020

Over 8,000 church leaders and volunteers will gather April 29-May 1, 2020, in Atlanta for the 13th annual Orange Conference. Focused on stewarding the faith and character of the next generation, this highly-anticipated event brings together family ministry teams from all over the world, including senior, NextGen, student, children’s, and preschool leaders, as well as volunteers.

President to Address Values Voter Summit 2019

On Saturday, October 12, President Donald Trump will address the 14th annual Values Voter Summit taking place at the Omni Shoreham Hotel in Washington, D.C. This will be Donald Trump’s fourth trip to the Summit, including in 2017 when he became the first sitting president to attend.

Over 37,000 Turn Out for CityFest

After years of preparation and prayer, thousands of followers of Jesus and hundreds of churches throughout East Texas came together for CityFest East Texas with Andrew Palau, culminating in a free, 2-day, evangelistic festival at The Square in downtown Tyler on October 5 and 6.

Tim Tebow Foundation Announces OneShare Health as Event Partner

With an estimated 110,000 honored guests expected to attend the foundation’s annual Night to Shine prom next February, the Tim Tebow Foundation is honored to announce OneShare Health as a new global partner equally committed to celebrating people with special needs.

Worshipping Safely: UN, Faith Communities Unite to Prevent Violence

In an era in which places of worship have become, too often, targets for violence, United Nations officials and religious leaders gathered in New York City on 19 September to talk over plans for preventing attacks against people of faith.

Ex-LGBT People Declare Christ’s Freedom Over Sin, Shame

“This is not conversion therapy.”

Luis Javier Ruiz, who used to live as a gay man before he met Jesus, said that phrase several times throughout the Freedom March event in Orlando, Florida, on Saturday, Sept. 14.Ruiz helped lead the Orlando event, which showcased testimonies of people who left the LGBT lifestyle and found freedom in Christ. About 300 to 400 people attended the event and several were baptized, says Jeffrey McCall, who founded the Freedom March after Jesus delivered him from drugs and a transgender lifestyle.

Religious Rights in an Age of Wrongs

NRB General Counsel Craig Parshall will lead religious liberty discussion with Muslim attorney/author Asma Uddin and journalist/author Steven Waldman.

Event to Address Emerging Threat of Explosives in Church

The FBI recently arrested ISIS-inspired Mustafa Mousab Alowemer for allegedly plotting to blow up a local church using a backpack filled with explosives.

Conference Equips Pregnancy Centers and Churches

Care Net, a nonprofit ministry that supports one of the nation’s largest network of pregnancy centers, will kick off its 36th annual conference this morning at the Union Station Hotel. The conference is the nation’s largest yearly gathering of pregnancy center and church leaders.

Israel’s Longest Running Newspaper Cites Growing Influence

The Alliance for Israel Advocacy (AIA) (www.israeladvocates.org) responded to an Haaretz op-ed entitled Meet Donald Trump’s Least Disloyal Jews, written by Allison Kaplan Sommers and published August 27, 2019. The op-ed highlighted the growing political influence of Messianic Jews. Citing Sommer’s op-ed, Joel Chernoff, Executive Director of AIA said, “Both Washington D.C. and Jerusalem acknowledge a new era of Messianic Jewish influence. What was once considered taboo, is now recognized and increasingly valued in the halls of power.”

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