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Faith And Freedom Seminar

The Iowa Park Church of Christ is excited to invite you to attend a Faith and Freedom Seminar featuring several nationally known speakers and leaders.

Paul Blair is a Patriot Preacher who occupies the pulpit of the Fairview Baptist Church in Edmond, OK.  He is a firmer lineman for the OSU Cowboys as well as the Chicago Bears and Minnesota Vikings.  He is the chairman of Reclaiming America for Christ.

Dan Fisher serves the 60th district of Oklahoma in the State Legislature. He is the Senior Pastor of the Yukon Baptist Church and was one of the original Pulpit Freedom Pastors and has been nationally recognized for bringing back the Black Robed Regiment.

Mark Kreslins is a follower of Jesus and tth Constitution of the United States.  A former coordinator of the Frederick County, Maryland Tea Parties, Mark is a frequent guest on Fox News' various programs and was profiled on CNN's Anderson Cooper 360.  He is co-host of The Forgotten Man radio program.

Bill Lockwood is the preacher at the Iowa Park Church of Christ and speaker at various Tea Party events and a weekly radio show.

The Faith & Freedom Seminar focuses upon the biblical principles of government as well as the nature of tyranny.  It answers the questions about the role of a Christian in today's anti-Christian atmosphere. 

Events begin at 7:00p.m. on Friday and 6:00p.m. on Saturday.  All events will take place in Rooms 8-10 at the MPEC Ray Clymer Exhibit Hall.  Free, convenient parking for this event is located on the West side of the building on Burnett Street. 

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