With the historic election of Donald Trump last November, the role of values voters is indisputable. I believe it was, perhaps, the most important election in the history of our republic.
But we can’t become complacent. We must seize the moment that God has given America. In a cultural climate of political intimidation and shortage of common sense, we must take this opportunity to return America to a nation that embraces truth — one that respects and protects faith, family, and freedom.
That’s why I’m inviting you, on October 13 – 15, to boldly stand — united with others from across the nation — in Washington, D.C. at the 12th annual Values Voter Summit.
You will hear from national leaders Michele Bachmann; the Benham Brothers; Dr. Bill Bennett; Duck Dynasty’s Phil Robertson; terrorism and radical Islamic expert Brigitte Gabriel; Oliver North; Todd Starnes; pro-life activists Lila Rose and David Daleiden; Dr. Alveda King; Professor Carol Swain; congressional leaders and others. We’re awaiting confirmation from President Trump, Vice President Pence, Cabinet members Ben Carson, Tom Price and Jeff Sessions, Speaker Paul Ryan and more.
In addition to a great line-up of speakers, pre-Summit activist training on Thursday, breakout sessions that hit topics like transgender ideology, religious liberty, and the threat of radical Islam, Kevin Sorbo, who starred in the popular God’s Not Dead movies, will screen his new movie, Let There Be Light.
Saturday night, Stu Epperson, Chairman of the Board of Salem Media Group, the leading U.S. broadcaster targeting audiences interested in family-themed, Christian content, will be honored with the Vision & Leadership Award at the Faith, Family, and Freedom Gala.
Summit registration is only $119 and students are $50 with scholarships available. For more information or to register, visit valuesvotersummit.org or call 877-372-2808.
Seize this moment and join us in Washington!
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