Samuel Rodriguez’s NHCLC Launches 30-City ‘Free to Preach’ Tour

Samuel Rodriguez addresses New Way California 2019 Summit (Image from Facebook Live)

The National Hispanic Christian Leadership Conference (NHCLC) is partnering with some of America’s leading denominations, ministries and universities to protect the right to preach of pastors and people of faith in the U.S.

Launched in November, the Free to Preach is a sweeping campaign that will activate the Latino community to “push back darkness and protect the right to preach in Jesus’ Name,” said Rev. Samuel Rodriguez, president of NHCLC.

NHCLC will host a 30-city tour of Free to Preach events in major cities across America to engage its chapters in an unprecedented effort to both raise awareness and prophetically call the Christian community to action. The tour includes Dallas, Houston and San Antonio in Texas; Orlando and Miami in Florida; Phoenix, Nevada, and cities in New Mexico, North Carolina, Michigan, Ohio and Puerto Rico. The tour will end with a massive event at Prestonwood Baptist Church in Plano, Texas.

Also part of the campaign is an aggressive multimedia messaging strategy to reach Hispanics of every generation. NHCLC is leveraging social media platforms, television programs and mediums such as blogs and podcasts to educate Hispanics about the importance of religious liberty and to call them to pray and get involved in their communities to protect their right to preach.

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SOURCE: Charisma News