Save the Persecuted Christians Coalition Co-Hosting ‘Unveiling Sharia’ Conference in Kansas City
Sept. 22 Event at Overland Park First Assembly of God Features Experts in the Field Who Will Inform Attendees About Anti-Christian Persecution
WASHINGTON—The Save the Persecuted Christians (STPC) Coalition will co-host an important conference titled “Unveiling Sharia” that will inform attendees about the global persecution of Christians and those who are carrying out much of the violence.
Set for 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22, the event will feature several speakers who will unveil Sharia and expose its brutal impact on Christianity in the world today:
- Stephen Broden is the 30-year senior pastor of Fair Park Bible Fellowship, a non-denominational inner-city church in Dallas. He is also president of Protect Life and Marriage Texas, founder of the National Black Pro-Life Coalition and an advocate in the Fair Park and South Dallas areas for economic opportunity, quality education and respect for life. Broden is a frequent speaker at Tea Party Rallies advocating a return to constitutional principles in government and a respect for the Judeo-Christian values. With a background in business, journalism and politics, he is also president of the Fair Park Friendship Center, president of the African American Alumni Association Executive Committee, and a founder of Ebony Berean, an organization with a mission to inform African-American Pastors of the “Culture Wars.”
- William J. Federer is a nationally known speaker, best-selling author and president of Amerisearch, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to researching America’s heritage. His “American Minute” radio feature is broadcast daily across America and online, and his “Faith in History” television program airs on the TCT Network on stations across America and via DirectTV. Federer has been interviewed on thousands of television and radio programs and outlets, as well as been quoted or referenced numerous publications. His first book, “America’s God and Country Encyclopedia of Quotations,” has sold over a half-million copies.
- Frank Gaffney is founder and president of the Center for Security Policy in Washington, D.C. Gaffney served as Assistant Secretary of Defense for International Security Policy for President Reagan and held other high-level positions. He is the author of several books, and he is a featured contributor to Breitbart Radio and a columnist for Breitbart.com. He appears often in national and international media. He also hosts “Secure Freedom Radio,” which airs on about 250 stations and welcomes the nation’s top security experts and politicians, as well as “Secure Freedom Minute,” which airs on nearly 400 stations and provides his insight and expertise into the most pressing and headline-making security issues of the day.
- Philip Haney is a Department of Homeland Security whistleblower and author of “See Something, Say Nothing,” a best-selling exposé of the Obama Administration’s submission to the goals and policies of the Muslim Brotherhood. He has 40 years’ experience in the strategy and tactics of the global Islamic movement based on Quranic Arabic, 30 years of international travel in 20-plus countries, and 15 years’ experience in threat analysis and intelligence He has conducted numerous interviews of individuals with potential links to terrorism and is credited with many successful cases. Haney was a founding member of DHS in March 2003 and is a retired Customs and Border Protection Officer. He is also a senior fellow for the Center for Security Policy.
- Jason Porter is senior pastor of The IC2:2 Church. Born and raised in Kansas, Porter has been recording independent records for several years. From May 1996 through April 1998, he was a full-time traveling youth evangelist and musician with Fish Ministries/Fish TV, which hosted youth camps and conferences across the country. Believing the Lord would have him operate more locally, Porter ceased travelling and began ministering as a worship leader for various congregations. In 2007, he founded “Abrahams Promise,” a charity for the poor, orphans, widows and victims of terror in Israel. A year later, he planted IC2:2, a non-denominational church emphasizing the kingdom priority of making disciples through the learning of scripture, prayer, Israel and the power of the Holy Spirit.
Overland Park First Assembly of God Church at 7700 W. 75th Street in Overland Park, Kansas, will serve as the host site. Co-sponsoring the event along with the Save the Persecuted Christians Coalition are The IC2:2 Church and the Salt & Light Council.
Those wishing to attend are asked to RSVP at https://unveiling-sharia-kc.eventbrite.com, by calling (800) 870-1797 or by emailing email@example.com. The event is free. The cost for lunch is $12 pre-paid online or guests may bring their own lunch.
At the event, the STPC Coalition will present the moving “The People of the Cross” exhibit, which features a series of banners detailing Christian persecution in countries around the world. “The People of the Cross” exhibit is a traveling display that is available for other venues and events. Contact Save the Persecuted Christians for more information.
The coalition’s work is crucial, as Christian persecution occurs so routinely it rarely makes headlines. For example, according to Open Doors, 255 Christians are killed worldwide every month. 104 Christians are abducted. 180 Christian women are raped, sexually assaulted or forced into marriage. 160 Christians are detained or imprisoned without trial. And 66 churches are attacked. Every month.
With such staggering statistics, and the knowledge that most of these crimes are not covered in the media, the STPC Coalition developed a special news aggregator—www.ChristianPersecutionNews.com—to capture current instances of persecution that do make the news and to provide those concerned an easy way to share these heartbreaking stories with others.
One of the ways Americans can render support is by encouraging their pastors and faith leaders to visit www.SaveThePersecutedChristians.org and order a free banner to display in front of their houses of worship. These simple banners feature a graphic “Save Us” plea with a cross and the coalition’s website where Americans can learn about the global persecution of Christians and find out more about what they can do to help stop the violence.