John Stonestreet Is Featured Speaker At TFFVA Regional Forums In Richmond And Lynchburg Tuesday And Wednesday

Will your church be represented at next week's Regional Pastor Forums in Lynchburg and Richmond (click here for more information)? Our first two Forums in Virginia Beach and Northern Virginia were extremely valuable to the pastors who attended and there is still a chance to make sure your church has its voice heard, especially with nationally renown speaker John Stonestreet of the Chuck Colson Center. Please check with your pastor this weekend and make sure he or another minister is registered for the Lynchburg Regional Forum this Tuesday, August 27 (click her to register online), or the Richmond Regional Forum the following Wednesday, August 28 (click here to register online). Check-in begins at 7:30 a.m., followed by a complimentary breakfast at 8:00.

John Stonestreet from the Chuck Colson Center will deliver an incredible presentation on the role of pastors in the public arena and lead a forum discussion on the toughest challenges facing Christians. If you or your pastor haven't heard or read a Stonestreet commentary, click here.

If your pastor or church official still can’t make it, please offer to attend in their stead. Call our office as soon as possible at 804-343-0010 and we will make sure you have a seat.We know we can count on readers of ours to ensure their churches are represented!

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Renown Christian speaker and author John Stonestreet of the Chuck Colson Center on his show, BreakPoint.

Speaking of representing your church and of saving dates, help promote the saving of babies: Plan to join us for the Second Annual Ride for the Unborn, Saturday, September 14 (click here for more information and to register), where pro-life bikers from all over VIrginia ride to the Capitol to show strength for the most innocent among us. Please help us spread the word about this exciting event of praise and fellowship with motorcycle ministries and riders of faith in a rally to support the unborn. All are invited — it's free and you don't have to be a motorcycle rider to attend or enjoy the activities.