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North Texas Free Conference 2018

Faith, Culture, and Religious Freedom

Friday - Saturday... January 26-27, 2018

God is the author of marriage.  He is pleased when a man and a woman pledge their love and faithfulness to each other. God is also the author of life.  Every life has value because every life is created and redeemed by God.

Unfortunately, marriage, life and family are under attack.  We are in a spiritual battle and the devil is our enemy.  But remember that Christ won victory over our enemies and He provides for us life and salvation.

Should we get involved in politics or not?  What does it mean that we are in the world but that we are not of the world?  Should the government tell the churches what to preach?  Do we have the right to exercise our Christian freedom or not?  When must we obey God rather than man?  What should we do when we are forced to compromise our Christian freedom?

These and many other questions will be answered at the North Texas Free Conference. Please come!  We pray that God would keep us faithful to His Word and that He would help us to be a light in a dark world all to the glory of God!

Rev. Jonathan Lange has been married to April for 26 years.  They are the parents of nine living and three sainted children.  Ordained in 1990, he has lived in Evanston Wyoming since 1997.  He serves as pastor of Our Savior Lutheran Church in Evanston and St. Paul’s Lutheran Church in Kemmerer, Wyoming.  He also serves as the Wyoming District as Life Coordinator, is a founding director of the Wyoming Pastors Network, and serves the Office of National Mission as consultant for Marriage, Life and Family.  He is also a contributor to The Federalist.

Conference Schedule

Friday, January 26

5:45 pm Soup and Sandwich dinner. Free will offering.
6:45 pm Opening devotion
7:00 pm

"Marriage, Life, and Family: A Trinity" by Rev. Jonathan Lange

7:45 pm Break
8:00 pm "Marriage and Family: the Consequences of Obergefell v. Hodges" by Rev. Jonathan Lange
9:15 pm Vespers


Saturday, January 27

8:00 am Matins
9:15 am "Court Cases Related to Religious Liberty" by Rev. Jonathan Lange
10:00 am Break
10:30 am "Is the Culture our Friend or Foe? How to Remain Faithful in the Midst of Opposition" by Rev. James Woelmer
11:15 am Panel Discussion
11:45 am Closing Devotion
12:00 noon Lunch provided by Women of Faith in the gymnasium

There will be a free will offering to offset conference expenses.

A list of hotels in the area is posted .