At Liberty Counsel, we often hear from women who are deeply concerned about our nation’s self-destructive trajectory. The burning question they ask is “What can I do?” Like us, they wish to preserve our nation’s Judeo-Christian heritage and secure the legacy we are leaving for future generations.
In response, Liberty Counsel and Women Impacting the Nation (WIN) offer an exceptional opportunity to answer the call. Women, young and old, can learn from – and be inspired by – other women who are changing their communities, their states and the nation at the third annual “For Such A Time As This” Conference in Orlando, Fla., on Nov. 15-16.
This is a unique conference that blends faith with action, bringing informative speakers with time for fun, fellowship, prayer, praise and worship.
There will be renowned speakers such as AP award-winning investigative journalist Jan Morgan, who will share from her expertise as an NRA-certified firearms instructor.
There will also be opportunities to enjoy a concert with Dove Award winner Kathy Troccoli, to have dinner with author and CURE founder Star Parker, to shop a fantastic silent auction, to attend a reception with Liberty Counsel President Anita Staver and other speakers, to hear from Campus Crusade cofounder Vonette Bright, to meet talk-show host Rachel Campos-Duffy, to learn from Susan Michael, director of the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem and much more.
WIN founder Sue Trombino has underscored why your faith and action are needed now more than ever: “Our nation is in imminent danger of self-destruction at the hands of its own under-educated, misinformed, disconnected citizens,” she’s warned.
“Our enemies around the globe are diligently working to exploit our ignorance and tolerance to bring the United States of America to its knees. It is time for God’s people to take a stand and do something. But to be effective, we must first understand what it is we believe, why we believe it, and what we can do about protecting our faith and our rights.”
Indeed, as goes the old adage: “Knowledge is power.”
I want to personally thank all of you who take the time to read my weekly column. I also want to strongly encourage you ladies to prayerfully consider attending this conference and to enlist your friends and family members to join you – to join this esteemed lineup of modern-day Esthers.
Come learn about the issues and ideas that really matter to you in a fun, encouraging and relaxing setting. Come and be empowered to help reverse this nation’s “progressive” careen toward a secular-socialist cliff’s edge. You will go home encouraged, informed, emboldened and equipped with the truth that you need to make a positive impact in your own sphere of influence and community.
Together, women of faith can help secure our nation for future generations.
Because each of you were called “for such a time as this.”
Matt Barber is founder and editor-in chief of BarbWire.com. He is an author, columnist, cultural analyst and an attorney concentrating in constitutional law. Having retired as an undefeated heavyweight professional boxer, Matt has taken his fight from the ring to the culture war. (Follow Matt on Twitter: @jmattbarber).