Bethinking is a place where the bible comes alive with thought provoking ideas that is for the whole family to experience. The speakers, who are among the most accomplished in their fields, answer questions that involve engaging the important questions in life, comparing Christianity to other religions, relating the Christian faith to all of life, and exploring what Christians believe and why.
American Family Association (AFA), a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization, was founded in 1977 by Donald E. Wildmon, who was the pastor of First United Methodist Church in Southaven, Mississippi, at the time. Since 1977, AFA has been on the frontlines of America’s culture war. The original name of the ministry was National Federation for Decency but was changed to American Family Association in 1988. Today, AFA is led by AFA President Tim Wildmon, and it continues as one of the largest and most effective pro-family organizations in the country with hundreds of thousands of supporters. The mission of the American Family Association is to inform, equip, and activate individuals to strengthen the moral foundations of American culture, and give aid to the church here and abroad in its task of fulfilling the Great Commission.
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For more than 38 years, Scope has been helping people discover root causes and practical solutions to life’s problems. Our mission is demonstrating the sufficiency of Christ and His Word to meet the needs of hurting people. Our passion is seeing people transformed by knowing God as their loving Heavenly Father.
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