Unless you’ve been trapped in a cave somewhere, you’re probably aware that followers of Jesus are up against a stiff cultural challenge.
As you watch factions square off and the rhetoric rage, you wish you could do something about it.
You’re thinking to yourself, “There must be a better way. There has to be a better way.”
I’ve got good news for you. There is.
“Restoring All Things” is one-night-only event hosted by Focus on the Family, WORLD News Group, the Chuck Colson Center for Christian Worldview, and Prison Fellowship. The conference will have three stops: Grand Rapids this coming Wednesday, April 1st, Atlanta on April 8, and Dallas on April 15.
In each city, attendees will hear inspiring stories of the Christian life taking place right now, in our post-Christian culture. These testimonies, told via TED-style talks, engaging multimedia presentations, will hearten believers by highlighting God’s plan for restoring the world to its original beauty.
If you’re in the area for any of these, I’d love for you to join us as we celebrate God’s redemptive work in the world through everyday people.
Speakers will include Ed Stetzer with Lifeway Research, Breakpoint’s John Stonestreet, Warren Smith with WORLD News Group, Jim Liske with Prison Fellowship, Jennifer Marshall with The Heritage Foundation, and Brian Ivie, director of “The Drop Box.” I’ll also be speaking.
In addition, Eric Metaxas and Rick Warren will be speaking in Dallas, Christopher Brooks of Moody Theological Seminary will be speaking in Grand Rapids, and Jonathan Morrow with Impact 360 Institute will participate at both the Grand Rapids and Atlanta events.
Please consider joining me for this special night of worship, inspiration and encouragement.
As a friend of Focus on the Family, you’re entitled to a special discount on the price of admission. Please enter the code “focus15” to receive the special price of $19 for one ticket and $49 for the entire family.
To buy your ticket, please visit http://restoringallthings.org/.