URBANDALE, Iowa – The FAMiLY Leader announced U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will join a lineup of speakers at The FAMiLY Leadership Summit at the Ron Pearson Center in West Des Moines on July 17, 2020.

Other confirmed speakers include U.S. Sens. Joni Ernst and Rick Santorum, former NFL player Jack Brewer, MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell, New York Times bestselling author Joel C. Rosenberg, Dr. Del Tackett of The Truth Project, and The FAMiLY Leader President and CEO Bob Vander Plaats.

“After months of ‘social distancing,’ I think we are all looking forward to leaving our homes and enjoying getting back together with friends,” says Vander Plaats. “So how exciting would it be to come together again on July 17th for one of the most inspiring, encouraging, and star-studded Christian events of the year?

“This year’s Family Leadership Summit not only comes at a time when we all yearn to be together again, but also features one of the best speaker lineups we’ve ever announced!” concludes Vander Plaats.

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.

Discounted “early bird” ticket prices to the Summit are available until June 1.

For more information and to register visit their website.

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