Pastors! July 13 or 14th Free Event Millstones and Measurements – South Hill, South Chesterfield, Mechanicsville or Fredericksburg

Hear these speakers’ challenge to pastors about the state of the Commonwealth of VA & leave with an action plan for you & your congregation.

Pastors: Hear these speakers’ challenge to pastors about the state of the Commonwealth of VA & leave with an action plan for you & your congregation.

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Tues. July 13, 8:30 AM New Hope Baptist Church, 255 Union Level Road, South Hill, VA  23970
Tues. July 13, 12:00 PM Life Church, 16801 Harrowgate Road, South Chesterfield, VA  23834
Wed. July 14, 8:30 AM Life Church, 8378 Atlee Road, Mechanicsville, VA  23116
Wed. July 14, 12:00 PM Crossroads Baptist Church, 4236 Lee Hill School Road, Fredericksburg, VA  22408

Earlier this year, Tanner Cross, a Loudon County elementary school teacher, was suspended after stating he would not compromise his religious beliefs by using pronouns that do not correspond to a student’s biology at birth. Tanner was suspended. A judge reinstated him and said the School Board decision was “vindictive and unconstitutional.” The School Board appealed the judge’s decision the next day.

Cornerstone Chapel pastor Gary Hamrick spoke out on behalf of Tanner’s First Amendment rights to speak freely about his faith in a public setting. A recent Barna survey revealed that congregations want shepherds to help them apply biblical truth to today’s cultural issues so they can take a stand. Unfortunately, the same survey stated that pastors were unwilling to address biblical issues if those issues are labelled or declared political.

Watchmen, now is the time to reclaim biblical truth and address our churches’ concerns and questions about current cultural issues. Start or continue that reclamation process by attending a breakfast or lunch sponsored by Liberty University’s Standing for Freedom Center.

Children in our congregations are being mentally and emotionally abused in the government schools. Loudon County is joined by Albemarle County, Lynchburg, Amherst County, West Point, VA and additional locations in VA where gender issues and critical race theory are indoctrinating our children. No school in Virginia will be exempt from this anti-biblical, Marxist, Socialist, Communist ideology. Pastor, please wake up and step up for the sake of the children.

Jesus’ remedy for harming children – a millstone placed around the neck of an abuser and then thrown into the sea. Silence is considered an accessory to a crime. How will our congregations know right and wrong if we don’t instruct?

Honest weights and measurements are God’s standard for truth. Pastor Brad Huddleston will address educational issues in Virginia schools while Pastor Travis Witt will challenge pastors to use balance in determining and teaching truth for their congregation. Chad Connolly will give a call to action.

Take 90 minutes of your day, have breakfast or lunch, and hear these speakers’ challenge to pastors about the state of the Commonwealth of VA and leave with an action plan for you and your congregation. Hope to see you there.

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Brad Huddleston is an internationally respected speaker, consultant, teacher and author on the important issues such as technology and culture. He has worked with universities, schools, churches and law enforcement, and spoken to hundreds of thousands around the world on both the advantages of well-used technology tools and the dangers of the growing trend toward technology addiction. He is the author of Digital Cocaine: A Journey Toward iBalance and The Dark Side of Technology: Restoring Balance in the Digital Age.
Since 2013, Faith Wins Founder Chad Connelly has traveled to 43 states speaking to more than 82,000 pastors and faith leaders about the importance of pastoral leadership in the public arena. He has appeared on numerous national television shows and has been a featured commentator on Fox News, CNN, MSNBC, ABC, CBS, NBC and others. Chad is passionate about his home state of South Carolina, America and her true history but is most passionate about his family.
Pastor Travis Witt is the Director of Strategic Outreach for Liberty University’s Standing for Freedom Center. His primary focus is encouraging pastors, Christians, and conservatives to reclaim their voice in the cultural battle; a battle being lost due to Christian apathy, theological errors, a “go along to get along” attitude, and a desire by far too many who want wishbones and not backbones. Travis has studied American history for more than 30 years and believes America’s founding was and continues to be pivotal in world history.

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Pastor Travis Witt

Director of Strategic Outreach

Liberty University’s Standing for Freedom Center

 

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The mission of the VIRGINIA CHRISTIAN ALLIANCE is to promote moral, social and scientific issues we face today from a Biblical point of view. In addition we will refute and oppose, not with hate, but with facts and humor, the secular cultural abuses that have overridden laws and standards of conduct of the past. We will encourage Christians to participate in these efforts through conferences, development of position papers, booklets and tracts, radio/TV spots, newspaper ads and articles and letters-to-the editor, web sites, newsletters and providing speakers for church and civic meetings.