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"Civilization Jihad" from Sharia the Threat by TEAM B II; an excellent series about Islam in America by an outstanding group of experts.
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Religious Freedom.
Are We Losing It?

Tuesday, November 10th
6:30 pm
Patrick Heath Library, Boerne
Dr. Steven R Branson
Pastor, Village Parkway Baptist Church
​Dr. Steven Branson will address some of the ever increasing number of events that would suggest that our religious freedom is being denied in so many ways. All the news of people in business being forced to participate in ceremonies they do not believe are right; taxpayers being forced to pay for abortion or abortifacient medication;  adoption agencies facing placing children into homes of which they disapprove; no prayer; no speech; no symbols; the list goes on and on. 

​Hear how one pastor is fighting back. ​

Steve Branson has been pastor of Village Parkway Baptist Church in San Antonio since 1994 and has been in the ministry for 40 years.  He is married to Jan and they have three children and eight grandchildren.  An adjunct professor for Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary for the last 12 years, he has previously been adjunct professor for Wayland Baptist University. Steve is Chairman of the Board for the Life Choices Pregnancy Care Center in San Antonio and has seen over 2,008 babies saved from abortion over the last three years in San Antonio because of the ministry of the pregnancy center. He has spoken in 2004 and 2007 at the Oxford Round Table at Oxford University. He is working with Havana Seminary in Havana, Cuba in training professors and their students. He received the Jonas Clark Award from Family Research Council in 2014 for his work in protecting Sgt. Phillip Monk from the cultural battles that are taking place in military. He became one of the key pastoral leaders in San Antonio in battling Mayor Castro over key cultural issues in the city of San Antonio. His church is involved in Costa Rica and Honduras for the last ten years working with medical and missions in both countries.​

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