2015: A Year in Review
Faith and Freedom with Liberty Counsel’s Mat Staver and BarbWire’s Matt Barber… An 11-minute weekday radio program discussing hot topics in the area of religious liberty, the sanctity of human life and the family.
We’ve come to the last day of 2015. It’s hard to believe that 2015 is almost gone and we’re about ready to go into the new year, 2016. As we look back on 2015, we’re thankful to God regarding all of the different opportunities that He brought to Liberty Counsel. Certainly there are a lot of challenges, both in 2015 and moving forward. But we want to talk about some of the opportunities that God provided in 2015.
Mat Staver: Matt, there are so many things, we have them over-viewed in our 2015 Year End Report, which I hope people have in their possession and review it as we are in the last day of 2015. Or, if you don’t have it you can contact us and we’ll send you one of these multi-colored, multi-pages, 2015 Year End Report. It goes over all the different areas in a very different overview fashion. Because we don’t have time or space to go over in-depth of everything because every one of these can take quite a bit of explanation, and quite a bit of time. But it gives you an overview, Matt, that I think is quite breath-taking when you look at the breadth.
Including Covenant Journey. This is one of the things that Liberty Counsel is involved in, Christians in defense of Israel and Covenant Journey.
Matt Barber: Yea…exciting stuff. And in the preceding days we have discussed a number of the new ministry projects and affiliations of Liberty Counsel. But this one — Covenant Journey — is to me so fascinating. It’s an exciting opportunity that brings young people together. College students from 85 colleges and universities to Israel at a cost to the students of only $500 in 2015. And Covenant Journey will be continuing on into 2016. And Mat, the feedback that these students have shared based on their Covenant Journey experience, they have said it’s simply been life changing.
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