|Event Start Date:|
September 20, 2019
|Event End Date:|
September 21, 2019
City on a Hill Church - Ft. Worth, TX
Date And Time
Fri, Sep 20, 2019, 6:00 PM
Sat, Sep 21, 2019, 4:30 PM CDT
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City On a Hill Church
1140 Morrison Drive
Fort Worth, Texas 76120
Help 4 Families is holding their 9th Annual Conference. Help 4 Families was founded 16 years ago to minister to families and loved ones who identify as transgender. This conference is for families of loved ones who struggle with their God-given gender and sexuality. Testimonies will be a part of the day.
Key Note Speakers include:
Peter Spriggs Senior Fellow, Family Research Center, Washington, D.C. As Senior Fellow at FRC, Mr. Spriggs offers research and writings that address issues of marriage, family & human sexuality in public life.
David Pickup has spoken on reparative therapy and its practical applications for therapeutic, religious and political entities across the globe. He has appeared on numerous radio and TV news shows to discuss sexual orientation change efforts, and has spoken on reparative therapy to religious groups.
Sherry Holt prayed, “God, how did I get here and how can I get out,” as she found herself in a lesbian lifestyle. Her testimony is how God answered those questions. She is the co-facilitator in “Journey to Freedom,” a group established for women who seek freedom from unwanted same sex attraction.
Denise Shick is the Founder and Executive Director of Help 4 Families ministry. She is the author of My Daddy’s Secret and several books that discuss the transgender world for family members, and their loved ones. Denise works diligently with church leaders to bring an understanding of the emotional and spiritual confusion that people face when a loved one faces gender issues.
Dr. James Reeves, DD Pastor, City on a Hill, Dr. Reeves has been senior pastor since 1984. His passion is to see broken lives changed and people restored. For that reason, COH sees itself as a refuge for hurting people. James received his B.A. in Greek from Baylor University and his MDIV and DMIN degrees from Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. He speaks at seminars and mentors others seeking to make their church a hospital for the wounded.