John Cooper, Alfonso Cirulli, Angie Wallace, David Closson
August 14, 2019
Today we’ll hear from:
- John Cooper, lead singer from the Christian band Skillet, on his viral Facebook post reacting to recent church influencers who have renounced their faith.
- New Jersey Mayor Alfonso Cirulli, on his opposition to a new state law forcing schools to teach an LGBT curriculum.
- Angie Wallace, Founder of Truth for Our Children, on her upcoming A Call to Arms conference that will address the troubling state of public education, the dangers facing our children, and strategies to engage politically and equip the Church to take back our schools.
- David Closson, FRC’s Director of Christian Ethics and Biblical Worldview, on how Christians should respond to church influencers who have renounced their faith in Jesus.
- Check out FRC’s publication, “A Parent’s Guide to the Transgender Movement in Education.”
- Sign up to attend Truth For Our Children: A Call to Arms.
- Read David Closson’s blog, “Finding Hope in the Joshua Harris Story”
- Learn more about “Biblical Principles for Political Engagement: Worldview, Issues, and Voting”
- Watch and share FRC’s new ad calling out big entertainment companies Disney, Amazon, and Netflix for their virtue signaling and hypocrisy.
- Check out FRC’s publication, “Born-Alive Abortion Survivors: Just the Facts”
- Show your support for the life of all babies born alive by sending a baby hat to Congress!
- Download the STAND FIRM app to never miss another episode of Washington Watch!