Dare to Believe: January 16!

Barb Wire

In a world where two out of every three people live in regions lacking religious liberty, America is still one of the brightest lights on freedom’s shore. But that light has dimmed of late, under the most oppressive administrations this country has ever seen. On January 16, 2016, FRC is hoping to reignite the flame on National Religious Freedom Day as part of a special Saturday broadcast event.

Live from our D.C. headquarters, the Free to Believe event will feature some of the nation’s most prominent leaders, as they explain how we can safeguard Americans’ first freedom. From 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. we’ll be sharing stories of how pastors, churches and culture impact teams have influenced their communities, changed legislation and raised up their church to pray and partner with others to make a difference on this critical issue.

We hope you’ll join with churches from across all 50 states and tune in to hear how you can protect your freedom to believe. The cost is free — all you need is an internet connection. This is also an excellent opportunity to gather a group of leaders interested in joining or forming a Culture Impact Team in your church.

Saturday’s broadcast will be an inspiring, practical, hands on event that will give you the tools need you to impact the culture in your community and beyond. For more information on hosting this January 16 event, visit our website!

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Tony Perkins
Tony Perkins is president of the Washington, D.C.-based Family Research Council. He is a former member of the Louisiana legislature where he served for eight years, and he is recognized as a legislative pioneer for authoring measures like the nation’s first Covenant Marriage law. (Via FRC’s Washington Update. Tony Perkins’ Washington Update is written with the aid of FRC senior writers.)

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