Register now: Zoom in for lunch and a worldview discussion THURSDAY 5/7/20 at noon

Register now: Zoom in for lunch and a worldview discussion THURSDAY 5/7/20 at noon

You may remember Joseph Backholm from a viral video he produced. During this video he interviewed students from the University of Washington State, asking them if they would affirm or reject his new chosen identity: a 6’5″ Chinese woman. Watch the video below…

Now Joseph Backholm is coming to YOU!

On Thursday, May 7, Wisconsin Family Council’s Church Ambassador Network is hosting a webinar with guest presenter Joseph Backholm.* The webinar will begin at noon and conclude at 1 p.m. You won’t want to miss it! Please sign up HERE and plan to sit back and feed your mind and heart while you enjoy your lunch.

The Lord exhorts us: “But sanctify the Lord God in your hearts, and always be ready to give a defense to everyone who asks you a reason for the hope that is in you with meekness and fear….” (I Pet. 3:15).

Joseph’s ministry will help you and your church family be equipped to respond to the many competing and confusing false worldviews and philosophies seeking to ensnare us.

We hope you will mark your calendar and plan to join us at noon (CDT) on Thursday, May 7th, for this outstanding webinar with Joseph Backholm. We anticipate that there will be some time for Q & A at the conclusion of his presentation.

*Joseph Backholm is legal counsel and Director of What Would You Say? at the Colson Center for Christian Worldview where he helps Christians understand and navigate the intersection of faith and culture. He joined the Colson Center after a decade as the President and General Counsel of the Family Policy Institute of Washington in Washington State where he managed educational, legislative, and electoral operations on behalf of life, marriage, religious freedom, and parental rights. He led three ballot initiatives in Washington State on issues related to marriage and gender privacy.  He is passionate about helping Christians be less afraid by helping them see that what God has said about the world is both true and good.  He is a Washington native and Texas resident who loves travel, sports, and whatever his kids are into. Joseph received his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington and his law degree from Seattle University. He and his wife Brook live with their four children in Bedford, TX.

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