S. ABINGTON TWP. — David Barton, national author, speaker and political activist, will speak in chapel at Clarks Summit University (CSU) on Day of Prayer, Jan. 31. The 10 a.m. chapel service, held in the Recreation Center on CSU’s campus, will be broadcast on WRGN.
The appearance is one of three events Barton will headline in Pennsylvania that day.
Barton is the founder and president of Wallbuilders, a national organization that presents America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on the country’s moral, religious and constitutional heritage. The author of numerous best-selling books, he serves as a consultant to state and federal legislators. He has participated in several cases at the Supreme Court and was involved in the development of the history/social studies standards for states such as Texas and California.
Time Magazine named him as one of “The 25 Most Influential Evangelicals in America.”
Barton and his wife, Cheryl, reside in Texas.
The chapel service will kick off the regional event Renewal for NEPA. Barton will speak at each event, joined by Representative Sam Roher, president of the American Pastors Network.
After chapel at CSU, the day continues with the NEPA Christian Leaders Luncheon at noon at the Clarks Green Assembly of God Church. Tickets for the spaghetti lunch are $10.
The Make America Pray Again Conference will conclude the day at 7 p.m. at The Door Fellowship Church in Williamsport. While there is no charge for this event, tickets are recommended to ensure seating.
To reserve tickets or for more information, visit bit.ly/2iBo66x.
Information provided by Clarks Summit University.