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URBANDALE, Iowa – The FAMiLY LEADER Foundation announced on Thursday that Vice President Mike Pence will speak at a special event called “Faith in Leadership, America’s Need for Revival” at the Community Choice Credit Union Convention Center in Des Moines, Iowa, on Thursday, October 1.

The program is scheduled to begin at 3:15 pm, but the doors open at 1:15 pm for attendees to clear Secret Service security screening.

“We are thrilled to welcome to Iowa such a prominent guest as the Vice President of the United States,” Bob Vander Plaats, president and CEO of The FAMiLY LEADER Foundation said. “This special event presents an unprecedented opportunity for Christian audiences to see how people of faith can have an impact in leading others and leading our nation. We’re exceptionally honored that Vice President Pence has agreed to come, and we believe it will be an inspiring and encouraging event!”

The FAMiLY Leader Foundations said the event is not a campaign rally, but an opportunity to educate and inspire Christians toward active, civic engagement and leadership. Funds raised from donations and sponsorships will support the ministry of The FAMiLY Leader Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

The “Faith in Leadership, America’s Need for Revival” event will also feature Bob Vander Plaats, U.S. Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Ben Carson, New York Times bestselling author Joel C. Rosenberg, and MyPillow’s Mike Lindell.

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