The five city national "How Would Jesus Vote Tour" will kick off in Richmond this Saturday, June 14. We hope you will think about registering and attending.
Inaugurated by Advance Church during the 2004 presidential election, and in partnership with Wellington Boone Ministries, the HWJV Tour is a series of public discussion forums designed to give Christians across the theological and political spectrum an opportunity to weigh in together on which facts should guide their voting process during the upcoming elections.
HWJV Richmond will take place from 6:45-9:00 p.m. at Virginia Commonwealth University Commons Theater, 907 Floyd Avenue. Doors open at 6:15 p.m. The forums are free and open to the public, but registration is required. Click here, at www.hwjvtour.com, to register.
Confirmed speakers for HWJV Richmond include Bishop Wellington Boone of Wellington Boone Ministries, Reverend Ben Campbell of Richmond Hill, Stephen McDowell of the Providence Foundation, and Star Parker of the Coalition on Urban Renewal and Education.
HWJV Richmond is presented by the Coalition on Urban Renewal and Education, Manna Christian Fellowship, and Brooks Financial Services.
After Richmond, the HWJV Tour will continue in Atlanta on July 26, Dallas on August 30, and Los Angeles on September 27. The HWJV Tour will wrap up on October 18 with a final forum in the nation's capital. For further information about the HWJV Tour, including event details, panelist biographies, and registration information, please visit www.hwjvtour.com, or click here.