Event will gear people up for the culture war

Friday, January 17, 2014
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Russ Jones (OneNewsNow.com)

A Kansas-based ministry is hosting a series of events across the state focused on equipping Christian to get involved in a cultural battle.

Entitled the Awakening Freedom Tour, the first gathering will be held on Saturday, February 8, at Lenexa Baptist Church.

Donna Lippoldt, founder and director of Culture Shield Network – which is hosting the event – says the focus is to address the moral decline in the U.S. and confront the effort to remove God from the public dialogue.

Lippoldt, Donna“We need revival, we need a Great Awakening, but it is time to cause a revolution,” she says. “We need to get some freedom fighters up and going to take this country back.”

The inaugural event will feature speakers such as Neil Mammen, Governor Sam Brownback and Donna Lippoldt.

“People are ready to do something,” she says. “It’s kind of like when Cathy got in trouble for making a comment. People went to Chik-fil-a and they stood in line for a chicken sandwich at 11 o’clock at night. It wasn’t because they wanted a chicken sandwich. It was because they wanted to do something.” 

The event is free, but participants must register at CultureShield.com. For more information call 316-516-0777.

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