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BCS To Feature, “Family Changes Everything,” Virtual Event That Will Point Families to Jesus Christ

Tuesday, October 20th, 2020 at 7:00 pm Eastern Standard Time will be a night for all of God’s children in the United States of America and across the globe to remember.

Christian nonprofit, Bethany Christian Services will showcase Christian leaders and Grammy-award winning Christian artists, such as Crowder, Lecrae, Tasha Cobbs and Francis Chan in their, “Family Changes Everything,” virtual event.

The event will be shown at BCS branches across the country in the form of drive-ins, socially-distanced outdoor events, small in-home showings and other formats, per guidelines of local health authorities. It will also feature a pre-event with nationally-syndicated radio host, speaker and best-selling author, Willie Moore Jr.

The purpose of, “Family Changes Everything,” is to, “celebrate the power of family and raise funds to support vulnerable children and families,” according to a press release by BCS. It will be presented by the, “NIV Our Family Story Bible.”

“We are excited and grateful to have Christian leaders and artists like Francis Chan, Lecrae, David Crowder and Tasha Cobbs join this special virtual event to support vulnerable children at a time when the challenges they face call us to go further than ever,” Chris Palusky, President & CEO of BCS tells Atlanta Christian Voice. “At Bethany, we believe that family changes everything. This event will help us equip families to be the answer for children in need.”

 “At Bethany, we believe that family changes everything,” Chris Palusky, President and CEO of BCS tells Atlanta Christian Voice.

The mission of BCS is simple: to demonstrate the love and compassion of Jesus Christ by protecting children, empowering youth and strengthening families through quality social services, according to the BCS website.

BCS serves more than 30 states and more than a dozen countries worldwide with more than 50,000 people yearly, according to the BCS website. It supports vulnerable children who live in the US, refugees and immigrants and global families, per the BCS website.

Crowder, who has performed hit songs, such as, “How He Loves,” “O Praise Him,” and, “Come as you Are,” will lead viewers of the, “Family Changes Everything,” event in a time of worship while Lecrae and Tasha Cobbs will conduct performances all to glorify the Lord Jesus Christ as the center of this event.

Pastor, author and keynote speaker, Francis Chan will be the keynote speaker of, “Family Changes Everything,” with a message of encouragement and inspiration for viewers of this event.

100 percent of funds from, “Family Changes Everything,” will go to support programs at the local BCS branch that is viewing this event. Viewers will have the opportunity to hear how the Lord Jesus Christ is using BCS to reach local communities in America and around the world.

Registration of, “Family Changes Everything,” is free and can be found at Bethany.org/GAFamily.

To find out more about BCS, visit https://bethany.org/.

Christian Singer, Lecrae pictured in advertisement for, “Family Changes Everything,” for Bethany Christian Services.
Christian Singer, Tasha Cobbs featured in advertisement for, “Family Changes Everything,” for Bethany Christian Services.
Pastor and author, Francis Chan pictured in, “Family Changes Everything,” advertisement for Bethany Christian Services.
Christian singer, Crowder featured in, “Family Changes Everything,” advertisement for Bethany Christian Services.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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