URBANDALE, Iowa – The FAMiLY LEADER announces the Mike Lindell, inventor and CEO of MyPillow and an executive producer of the pro-life film Unplanned, will address the 8th annual Family Leadership Summit at the Ron Pearson Center in West Des Moines, Iowa, on Friday, July 12.

“Mike Lindell’s life story is unbelievably inspiring – from drug addiction and adversity, through transformation in Christ, to becoming a successful entrepreneur, philanthropist, and an impactful leader for life,” says Bob Vander Plaats, President and CEO of the The FAMiLY LEADER. “I’m so excited to bring him to central Iowa. Lindell is joining an already fantastic lineup of speakers, including national leaders in the fields of business, government, entertainment, and faith. The Summit is truly a day you don’t want to miss!”

Lindell joins U.S. Sens. Tom Cotton, Joni Ernst, James Lankford, Ben Sasse, and Tim Scott, as well as Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds, former U.S. Congresswoman Marilyn Musgrave, actor and comedian Brad Stine, BlazeTV personality Steve Deace, Rob Roozeboom of Rise Ministries, and Bob Vander Plaats as confirmed speakers for the 2019 Summit.

Earlier this year, The FAMiLY LEADER made national headlines by inviting the top seven Democrats seeking the presidential nomination (by poll standing) to the Summit as well. All seven Democrats, however, declined the invitation.

The annual Family Leadership Summit brings to the Midwest prominent, national leaders from a variety of fields to encourage Christians to engage in Christ-centered cultural transformation that “thinks bigger” than politics and elections to impact not just government, but also churches, families, and individual lives.

For more information about The Family Leadership Summit, visit https://thefamilyleader.com/fls/.

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