Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing 2016

Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing 2016

I’m proud to announce that Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing 2016 will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2016 in Johnston Iowa.

Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing 2016 is a Christian worldview conference for students and adults that will be held on Saturday, October 15, 2016 from 10:00a – 4:00p in Johnston, IA.

This year we want to address as the Church intersects with our society and culture how Christians should individually, and the Church collectively, respond to :

  • To the rise of ISIS and Islamic terrorism, including homegrown terrorism.
  • To the LGBTQ agenda and those who promote it.
  • To the growing threat to our religious liberty.
  • To the abortion industry and the culture of death our courts continue to defend.
  • To a culture that is increasingly hostile to our faith and biblical truth.

Caffeinated Thoughts Briefing 2016 will be held at the Johnston Lions Club (6401 Merle Hay Rd., Johnston, IA).

We’ll be announcing speakers as we get closer to the event. Be to register online today to get the early bird rate. Also you can check out videos from last year’s briefing.

I hope to see you there.

Be sure to check CTBriefing2016.com often for updates.

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