SPOTLIGHT: Rally for Jesus (Part II)

Written by David E. Smith

If you’re in need of encouragement (and truly, who among us isn’t), this edition of Spotlight will speak to your soul as we feature more prayer and exhortation from the recent Rally for Jesus. Rev. Ron Citlau references 1 Thessalonians 5:16-18 as a model for Christians to engage with the world and strengthen the Church.

After the break, Rev. Ceasar LeFlore encourages us to claim the peace that Jesus promises to His followers and he passionately asks us to consider how the righteous people of God should respond when the foundations of our nation – truth, righteousness, sanctity of life, and family – are being destroyed.

Please listen and share!

Rev. Ron Citlau is the leader pastor of Calvary Church in Orland Park. Thank you, Pastor Citlau and Calvary Church for hosting Illinois Family Institute’s Rally for Jesus!

Rev. Ceasar LeFlore is an Illinois Family Institute board member, a founder of Southland Coalition for Life, and a local leader for the 40 Days for Life prayer campaign.

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A big thank you to Calvary Church and Pastor Ron Citlau for hosting this rally at their facility.

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