Kirk Cameron joins Call 2 Fall this Sunday


The star of “Growing Pains” and Left Behind is joining FRC on Sunday, July 1st for Call2Fall in prayer for our nation. “I made the film Monumental because I love God and my family,” he wrote on his Facebook page. “My friend Tony Perkins of the Family Research Council has asked me to set aside the Sunday before the 4th of July, when we celebrate our independence from England, and first declare my family’s dependence on the Lord. I’ve told Tony that as for me and my family, we’re all in. So is my pastor and our church. Now we are spreading the word. Folks, our nation is in trouble. We need to come together and pray like never before. Please pass this on to your friends, and join with my family in the Call2Fall on July 1st, by registering ‘I’m in.’ You will find great resources and videos to give you ideas on how to make this a personal and powerful spiritual event in your home and church. May God hear us clearly as we answer the Call2Fall.”
Source: Family Research Council

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