November 30, 2016

Cal Thomas to Speak at CE National’s Heritage Event

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Cal Thomas to speak at CE National's Heritage event

Cal Thomas

CE National is happy to present Cal Thomas as the speaker at Heritage

Heritage is a one-day event at Shady Maple Smörgåsbord in East Earl, Pennsylvania, on April 28, 2017.

Cal Thomas is one of the most widely read and highly regarded voices on the American political scene. He is a Fox News contributor and a member of USA Today’s Board of Contributors.

This year, CE National will present a biblical world-view of how believers should respond in a changing culture, especially relating to our government.

A graduate of American University, Thomas is a veteran of broadcast and print journalism. He has worked for NBC News in Washington, D.C. and hosted his own program on CBNC that was nominated for a Cable ACE Award in 1995. In 2011, Thomas received the William F. Buckley, Jr. Award for Media Excellence from the Media Research Center. His latest book, What Works: Common Sense Solutions for a Stronger America, was published in 2014 on the 30th anniversary of his syndicated column.

Mr. Thomas will include a question/answer time after lunch.

Heritage is for Everyone

Heritage is for everyone—pastors, lay people, young and old, all who are concerned and wondering about how to respond in today’s world to the events that are happening around us.

Sharing the platform with him will be former Sight and Sound actress, Karen Knight. Karen will present a dramatic production of Julia Ward Howe, author of “The Battle Hymn of the Republic.” Also, the Men of Grace from Telford, Pa., will share music that will remind everyone of our spiritual and historical heritage in Christ.

The program begins at 9:15 am (doors open at 8:00) and will conclude with assembling homeless packets for the inner-city ministry of Urban Hope in Philadelphia. The cost for the day is $30 and includes the Shady Maple Smörgåsbord lunch. A $5 donation is encouraged to help purchase the homeless supplies.

The 3:00 pm Sight and Sound production of Jonah at the Millennial Theater near Strasburg is an optional event. The cost is an additional $54 per person (reduced price).

Registration for Heritage will open online December 1st.


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