7:00 AM on Wednesday, May 20 - 7:00 PM on Friday, May 22
Allow me to introduce you to "Watchmen on the Wall," our ministry to pastors. Why would Family Research Council invest in pastors? After all, FRC is a Washington, DC based non-profit ministry that is focused on shaping public policy and informed civic activism. Good question.
Simply put, we believe that the problems we face in our communities and our nation are not just political and cultural, they are spiritual in nature (Eph. 6:10-13). Consequently, these problems ultimately require a spiritual solution administered by spiritual leadership. That is why we are championing pastors to transform America.
What are we hoping pastors will do? Simply this: 1) Pray for our nation, 2) Preach the whole counsel of God without apology, and 3) Partner with other pastors who will lead their churches to become the salt and light Jesus spoke about and make a positive difference in their communities, state, and our nation.
As you walk out your calling as a pastor, we want to serve you, stand with you, and be an encouragement to you, just as the Bible teaches:
"Now we ask you, brothers, to respect those who work hard among you, who are over you in the Lord and who admonish you. Hold them in the highest regard in love because of their work." - 1 Thess. 5:12-13a.
Watchmen on the Wall is going on the road in 2020! We want to provide you with tools and resources to host or attend state-based Watchmen Roundtable events as a strategic focus during this critical election year for our country. Together, let’s work to advance our initiatives founded on biblical truth in our nation.
In tandem with Watchmen Roundtables occurring in states around the country, we will also be partnering with churches to host Community Impact Team Training and Stand Courageous Men’s Conferences. If you are interested in any of these Watchmen Roundtables, CIT Trainings, or Stand Courageous Men’s Conferences we offer to every pastor within our Watchmen Pastors’ Network, we'd like to hear from you!
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