IFI Interview with Pastor Douglas Wilson

IFI was honored to have theologian, pastor, and courageous truth-teller Doug Wilson speak at our September banquet, after which he continued his critique of culture in an interview with Pastor Derek Buikema of the Orland Park Christian Reformed Church. Pastor Wilson addressed the cultural issues to which Christians must respond: abortion and “same-sex mirage.”

Take a break from the holiday hubbub to savor and be both educated and challenged by words that more pastors and priests should be speaking.

We have two video versions for your consideration.  Our short “highlights” video is six minutes long and can be viewed HERE.

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The full video interview can be viewed HERE.  So sit back and enjoy twenty-two minutes of instructive and uplifting conversation with Pastor Wilson. And if you enjoy it, please consider sharing it with your friends.

IFI 2015 Banquet DVD

IFI_Wilson_Esolen_DVD cover (1)If you would like to hear more from Pastor Wilson, you will want to get the IFI 2015 Banquet DVD to hear the brilliant remarks he made at our annual event.

For a donation of $15 or more, we will send you this DVD, which also includes the banquet remarks of Professor Anthony Esolen.

Your donation will help us stand strong in 2016!  To make a credit card donation over the phone, please call the IFI office at (708) 781-9328.  You can also send a gift to:

 

Illinois Family Institute
P.O. Box 88848
Carol Stream, Illinois 60188

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Laurie Higgins
Laurie Higgins has worked as the Cultural Analyst for the Illinois Family Institute (IllinoisFamily.org) since the fall of 2008. Prior to that, she worked full-time in the writing center of a suburban Chicago high school, where all four of her children attended. She is currently working on bulking up her stick arms by dead-lifting her five grandchildren--one at a time, of course.

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