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Don't forget – Justice Sunday II is this weekend

AgapePress is all excited about the upcoming follow-up extravaganza to the first televangelism event (Bill Frist wasn’t invited this time).

Christian activists will gather Sunday evening, August 14, at Nashville’s Two Rivers Baptist Church to highlight battles over the Supreme Court and judicial tyranny across America. The event is called “Justice Sunday II: God Save the United States and This Honorable Court.”

Organized and sponsored by the Family Research Council (FRC), the program features speakers such as James Dobson and Jim Daly of Focus on the Family, Prison Fellowship founder Charles Colson, Ted Haggard of the National Association of Evangelicals, former Senator Zell Miller (D-Georgia), and others. FRC president Tony Perkins says the event will be both educational and motivational.


from Mike Tidmus

Justice Sunday II is designed “to inform and educate the Christian community and others around this country that are concerned about what the courts have done to our culture and to our country in the last 40 years,” Perkins explains. “We’ll be talking about that, but we’ll also be giving some very practical steps on what people can do to make a difference over the next four to six weeks when the United States Senate will be holding hearings on the President’s nominee for the United States Supreme Court, Judge John Roberts.”

…The goal of the Nashville rally, Perkins adds, is to make concerned Christians aware of what they can do to speak out against and combat judicial activism. “So we’re paving the way in getting Christians across this country involved in this aspect of government, which is so critical to the future of the country,” he says.


Flashback to Justice Sunday I.

Justice Sunday II will be broadcast live on American Family Radio as well as on Sky Angel, Trinity Broadcasting Network. The Nashville event, which is the follow-up to “Justice Sunday -Stopping the Filibuster Against People of Faith,” will also be carried on hundreds of radio and Christian TV stations nationwide, as well as via live webcast on the FRC website.

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