Paul Stanley, a Christian Post Reporter, attended a forum at the National Religious Broadcasters conference where public policy experts asserted that the government religious liberty and freedom issues facing Christians today are fundamentally and intrinsically tied to the future of culture in America.
Janet Parshall, host of the daily radio talk show “In the Market,” moderated a panel on Tuesday that included Todd Starnes of Fox News, Jay Sekulow of the American Center for Law and Justice, Pastor Rafael Cruz, father of Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), and NRB Sr. VP and Chief Legal Counsel Craig Parshall.
The forum’s primary theme centered around how government is undercutting the basic rights Americans have enjoyed since its founding, touching on the overreach of agencies such as the Internal Revenue Service and the Federal Communications Commission.
This outstanding forum took a deep look at the Hobby Lobby case, the IRS discrimination, and FCC’s threats about controlling how journalists and media outlets report the news. They drilled down to the core of these issues and guess what common conclusion they all came down to?
They all observed the core binding these issues together is the need for spiritual awakening in America.
“If there is going to be a change in America, it must begin in our pulpits,” said Starnes.
The elder Cruz agreed and challenged pastors to make preaching the gospel a top-priority.
If it wasn’t’ for our belief in an almighty God, it would be eerie how consistently we have heard that message from a myriad of leaders across America. However, though many give warnings, very few offer a tangible solution. But The FAMiLY LEADER, after a unique and amazing journey over the last two years, have assembled what we believe is a solid blueprint for revival in America, built upon the fundamental principles God lays out in 2 Chronicles 7:14, and compiled it into an easy-read book titled, “If 7:14.”
We urgently ask you to get “If 7:14” for yourself, and start putting into practice the principles found in this book. It is the fuel of an initiative that we believe is starting to sweep across America.
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