Bob Vander Plaats at the 2016 Family Leadership Summit on 7/9/16 in Des Moines, IA. Photo credit: Kelvey Vander Hart
Bob Vander Plaats at the 2016 Family Leadership Summit on 7/9/16 in Des Moines, IA.
Photo credit: Kelvey Vander Hart

The FAMiLY Leader just released video of the keynote speakers from the 2016 Family Leadership Summit last Saturday in Des Moines. Below are messages from Bob Vander Plaats, Del Tackett, Anne Graham Lotz, Brian English and Pastor Steven Khoury. The FAMiLY Leader was unable to release the video of actor T.C. Stallings because of a contractual agreement.

Below is the keynote address from Bob Vander Plaats, President and CEO of The FAMiLY Leader led off in the morning.

Del Tackett, architect and teacher  of The Truth Project, spoke during the morning session.

Ann Graham Lotz, a popular speaker and daughter of Billy Graham, spoke about prayer.

Bryan English spoke during the afternoon session.

The Pastor Steven Khoury,Vice President of Holy Land Missions, also spoke in the afternoon.

Be sure to read our recap of the day written by Kelvey Vander Hart, and tune into 99.3 fm The Truth this Saturday at 8:00a or 6:00p (listen online here) to hear our interviews on Caffeinated Thoughts Radio with T.C. Stallings at the Summit, as well as, Dr. Gary and Barb Rosberg who were workshop presenters at the Summit.

Get CT In Your Inbox!

Don't miss a single update.

You May Also Like

An Inside Look at the Iowa State House (2/2/12)

I am excited to release my first video of this Session!  It…

Update: Nate Boulton Suspends Gubernatorial Campaign

After being accused by three women of inappropriate sexual conduct, State Senator Nate Boulton (D-Des Moines) has suspended his gubernatorial campaign just days before Iowa’s Primary election on June 5th.

Schultz Picks Up Two More Legislative Endorsements

Councilman Matt Schultz announced today that he has picked up two more…

Iowa GOP Chair Throws Fuel on Marion County GOP Confederate Flag Fire

Iowa GOP Chair Jeff Kaufmann’s comments were just as “juvenile and stupid” as the Marion County GOP Confederate flag incident he was referring to.