Virginia VOICE October 2015
Released: Saturday, October 03, 2015
- Moderator Brent Hockema who encouraged all to be a voice with VAIB.
- Major Steve Drew of the Richmond Police Department laying out safety issues for churches.
- Bobby Householder (Reformers Unanimous) and Tim Kyser on helping those with addictions, like pornography, alcohol, prescription & illegal drugs, gambling.
- Dan Zacharias (ODACS) on efforts of some in the federal government to create a federal education system reaching from birth to grade 12.
- EW Jackson (S.T.A.N.D.) on confronting racial issues from scripture and a biblical worldview.
- Jeremy Dys (Liberty Institute) on religious liberty challenges in our public schools and the many freedoms students do have in the public school arena.
- Peter Sprigg (FRC & PFOX) on understanding and reaching those of the LGBT community with the Gospel.
- Eddy Aliff (VAIB Executive Director) on progress and challenges facing VAIB at the Virginia General Assembly and at Washington, D.C.
- David Andersen (Capitol Commission) who spoke both nights on the need to reach government officials in our capitols with the Gospel “that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life” 1 Timothy 2:2.
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