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Thursday March 7, 2013
Seating opens at 7:45 AM;
Program begins promptly at 8:30 AM; ends at 12:30 PM
1570 North Dupont Hwy
Dover, DE 19901
March 7th, 2013 at the Dover Sheraton
Seating Opens at 7:45AM
This Complimentary Event is Underwritten by our Sponsors
Program Begins Promptly at 8:30 am; Ends at 12:30pm
Continental Breakfast Included
REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED
Pastors, Business, and Community Leaders,
Plan to join us on March 7th for one of the best networking events of 2013. You will hear from leaders representing the most credible organizations in the nation. We'll learn about the state of our Delaware families, the attack on our freedoms, and what you can do about it. This event will equip and inspire you to boldly lead others to stand for truth in all areas that shape our culture.
This event fills to capacity each year, so please register now. Seating is first come first serve. Reserved seating is provided for our sponsors. To view sponsorship opportunities, click here or contact us at (302)296-8698 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
We encourage you to make contact with other pastors and leaders in your network. Printable flyers are available here. You can also register you and your guests on-line.
We hope to see you on March 7th for this power-packed annual gathering of Delaware Pastors and Leaders.
Delaware Family Policy Council
Michael Farris is the Chancellor of Patrick Henry College and Chairman of the Home School Legal Defense Association. He was the founding president of each organization.
Farris is a constitutional appellate litigator who has served as lead counsel in the United States Supreme Court, eight federal circuit courts, and the appellate courts of thirteen states.
He has been a leader on Capitol Hill for over thirty years and is widely known for his leadership on homeschooling, religious freedom, and the preservation of American sovereignty.
At Patrick Henry College, Farris teaches constitutional law, public international law, and coaches PHC’s Moot Court team which has won six national championships.
A prolific author, Farris has been recognized with a number of awards including the Salvatori Prize for American Citizenship by the Heritage Foundation and as one of the “Top 100 Faces in Education for the 20th Century” by Education Week magazine.
Mike and Vickie Farris have ten children and 14 grandchildren.
Dr. Fernando Cabrera
Born in the Bronx to a Dominican father and Puerto Rican mother on April 16, 1964, Dr. Fernando Cabrera learned early in life the value of standing up for his community and working families. While pursuing his graduate degree in Virginia, Dr. Cabrera directed New Life for Youth, one of the most successful rehabilitation programs in the nation.
In 1988 Dr. Cabrera continued his work as a Substance Abuse Intervention/Prevention counselor, servicing most of the high schools in the Bronx. He later became a bilingual school counselor at Walton High School. Eventually he created the first Mental Health Counseling graduate program in New York State while teaching at Mercy College.
Dr. Cabrera received his Doctorate in Counseling from Argosy University and in 2000 became the program director for the graduate Counseling program at Mercy College, which has tripled in enrollment under his leadership.
A tireless community activist, Dr. Cabrera has worked in leadership positions since his early twenties. For the last four years, he has co-chaired the Hispanic-Jewish Relations Task Force for Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion, bringing communities together by working together with projects such as “It's My Park” Clean Up Day at St. James Park. Dr. Cabrera has also served as an active and effective member of Community Board 7. In recent years, Dr. Cabrera has lobbied the State Legislature to halt the reduction of funding for senior citizens, rehabilitation programs, and schools. Since 2007 he has worked to secure local jobs for local community members at the Kingsbridge Armory and led the largest March for Youth in the Bronx, advocating for the old Fordham Library to be turned over to the community as a Youth Dream Center. As a passionate worker for youth, Dr. Cabrera has partnered with DARE to launch a successful concert series at St. James Park, providing free high-quality entertainment and a positive message for youth and adults in the area.
Following his return to New York in 1988, Dr. Cabrera and his wife, Elvia, started a church called New Life Outreach International, a congregation which has grown to nearly 400 members. As a pastor, he has led his congregation toward community action against violence, implemented youth leadership programs, and offered free drug rehabilitation services and support groups. He has worked tirelessly for this church since 1988 without receiving a salary.
For his excellence in public service, Fernando Cabrera has received numerous recognitions from organizations and government officials, including two Citations of Merit from Bronx Borough Presidents Adolfo Carrion and Fernando Ferrer as well as a recognition from the Latin and African American Chaplain Organization.
A family man, Dr. Cabrera has been married to Elvia Cabrera for 23 years. They have two wonderful children, and two grandchildren.
Glenn T. Stanton is the Director for Family Formation Studies at Focus on the Family in Colorado Springs as well as a Research Fellow at the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada in Ottawa.
He debates and lectures extensively on the issues of gender, sexuality, marriage and parenting at universities and churches around the country. He served the George W. Bush administration for many years as a consultant on increasing fatherhood involvement in the Head Start program and is a regular columnist at National Review Online and Boundless.
He is the author of many books and a contributor to nine others. His latest books are The Ring Makes All the Difference: The Hidden Consequences of Cohabitation and the Strong Benefits of Marriage (Moody) and Secure Daughters, Confident Sons: How Parents Guide Their Children into Authentic Masculinity and Femininity (Multnomah, 2011).
His third book, Marriage on Trial: The Case Against Same-Sex Marriage and Parenting (InterVarsity Press, 2004) was featured on C-SPAN BookTV.
Glenn has been widely quoted as a leading spokesperson on marriage and family issues in major newspapers and magazines such as New York Times, Washington Post, USATODAY, Rolling Stone, Newsweek, Salon.com, The Advocate, Washington Blade, and Los Angeles Times. He has published articles in Christianity Today, The American Enterprise, The World & I, Family Policy, Current Thoughts and Trends, National Forum and Dr. Laura’s Perspective. Glenn has also made numerous appearances on cable and network television shows such MSNBC, Nightline, ABCNews FOX NEWS, CNN, the Today Show as well as a return guest on the Dr. Phil Show.
He and his wife have five endlessly growing and amazing children and they live in Colorado Springs, Colorado.
Pastor Derek McCoy
Derek serves as President of the Maryland Family Alliance and Maryland Family Council which are organizations dedicated to seeing strong families, educated children, and responsible government in society. Derek has served as an Associate Pastor of Hope Christian Church in Beltsville, Maryland for 18 years. He also served as Sr. Vice President of the High Impact Leadership Coalition.
Derek has traveled both nationally and internationally engaging leaders and has lead bi-partisan initiatives promoting the advancement of justice and righteousness in our culture. Derek has been influential in building coalitions and lobbying for issues such as marriage, hate crimes, and the protection of life. Since serving as Outreach Director on the Proposition 8 initaitive in California, Derek has worked tirelessly protecting the definition of marriage in many states. He is also a consultant on marriage and has been instrumental in conducting educational summits with pastors, community leaders and citizens while incorporating media and influential figures in the community.