Today at 2:00 PM: Faith Leaders Condemn Trump-Pence Ticket

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TODAY at 2:00 PM: Faith Leaders Condemn Trump-Pence Ticket for Hateful,
Divisive Rhetoric Ahead of Mike Pence’s Campaign Stop at Liberty University

Donald Trump has continually disparaged Mexicans, Muslims, “the blacks,” and women throughout his campaign. He’s played to harmful, racist stereotypes and was caught making degrading and disgusting comments about women.

Trump isn’t a role model for our children, nor is he fit to lead our nation.

Mike Pence refuses to condemn Trump, and instead is willing to look the other way to further his own political career. This shows a failure of leadership, and a true lack of conviction.

TODAY, join Faith Leaders as we hold Trump and Pence accountable for the hateful, divisive comments we’ve heard this election and call on other members of the faith community to rescind their support for the GOP candidates.

WHAT:  Faith Leader respond to Pence campaign event at Liberty University

WHO: Deborah Fikes, Rev. Dr. Peter Heltzel, Anne Gibbons, Marlena Graves, Rev. Dr. Soong-Chan Rah, and Burns Strider.

WHEN: Wednesday, October 12th at 2:00 PM EST

RSVP: For dial-in information, please email Jenna Price at

Speaker Biographies

Deborah Fikes: Former Permanent Representative to the United Nations for the World Evangelical Alliance. Lifetime member on the Council on Foreign Relations and former three-term board member of National Association of Evangelicals in the United States.*

Rev. Dr. Peter Heltzel: Leader of the ‘Evangelicals Against Trump’ sign on letter, which includes hundreds of influential evangelical leaders publicly declaring why they cannot vote for Trump.

Anne Gibbons: Assistant Chaplain of Lynchburg College. Minister to Christian students in the Lynchburg community.*

Marlena Graves: Notable evangelical writer and author of “A Beautiful Disaster: Finding Hope in the Midst of Brokenness.”

Rev. Dr. Soong-Chan Rah: The Milton B. Engebretson Professor of Church Growth and Evangelism at North Park Theological Seminary in Chicago. Author of “Many Colors: Cultural Intelligence for a Changing Church,” and “The Next Evangelicalism: Releasing the Church from Western Cultural Captivity” among others.*

Burns Strider:  Senior Democratic Advisor for faith outreach efforts, Co-Founder and President of the American Values Network.

*Organizational listings are for identification purposes only, and do not represent an endorsement from that entity.



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