What makes this Summit so different?
The 5th annual Family Leadership Summit may just be the most powerful, culture-impacting Summit yet.
Inspired, in part, by the exhortation to “think bigger” at the March 21 Holy Week Service at the Capitol, this year’s Summit boldly declares that our nation’s greatest hope lies not in our next human leader, but in God alone.
The “right person in office” isn’t going to fix America. Our problems are not just political, not just economic. No, America’s greatest need is spiritual. And politics aren’t going to fix that.
But God can.
Let’s not sugarcoat the present reality. This election’s contentious political process has been an eye-opener for all of us. The public debate has been bitterly divisive. Our social media streams have been filled with vitriol. Our friends and respected leaders – many within the church! – have baffled us with their political alliances.
It’s not just the culture that’s been exposed as lost, broken, and undiscerning … the church has been exposed, too.
But at the same time, let’s not underestimate the redeeming power of God.
Throughout Scripture, we see that when God sets out to transform a culture – the very kind of transformational revival America needs most right now – He starts with the people called by His name.
In 2 Chronicles 7:14 God gives a template for seeking revival from His hand: “If My people who are called by My name will humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and heal their land.”
There’s no sin too big for God to forgive. No wound too big for Him to heal. And no nation too lost for God to revive. But if we’re to seek Him for that kind of revival, we must begin … with us.
And that’s where the 2016 Family Leadership Summit comes in.
Keynote speakers Anne Graham Lotz, T.C. Stallings of the movie “War Room,” and biblical worldview scholar Dr. Del Tackett of “The Truth Project” will equip, inspire, and encourage believers toward personal revival and working to ignite a sweeping, culture-wide revival in America and the world.
Together with If 7:14, the movement that is igniting a global rhythm of prayer for revival, the 2016 Family Leadership Summit is inspiring Christians to engage America – families, churches, society, and government – with the one Spirit can that bring true cultural transformation: God’s spirit of revival.
The 2016 Family Leadership Summit is “thinking bigger” and putting first things first. We’re not looking for a political victory; we’re aiming for a cultural transformation. A national heart change that begins with you and me, our families, our churches, our government, and more.
Will you join us?