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Event Hosted by the Institute for Faith & Culture to Help Individuals Stand for Truth in an Upside Down World

Tim Tebow King Come Conference SpeakerFORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. -- The Institute for Faith & Culture added Tim Tebow (photo) to an already impressive roster of speakers for the 2024 Kingdom Come Conference. Held March 14-16 at Coral Ridge Presbyterian Church in Fort Lauderdale, Florida, the Kingdom Come Conference is designed to help individuals delve into the heart of issues plaguing our society and equip them with the intellectual tools, spiritual guidance and unwavering conviction to stand firm in the faith amidst the shifting cultural landscape.

Tebow is a two-time national champion, Heisman Trophy winner, first-round NFL draft pick and a former professional baseball player. The five-time New York Times best-selling author, speaker and football analyst is most passionate about his work with the Tim Tebow Foundation (TTF), whose mission is to bring faith, hope and love to those needing a brighter day in their darkest hour of need. The Tim Tebow Foundation is currently fighting for people who can’t fight for themselves in over 70 countries and counting through four primary ministry focuses with 16 initiatives.

“From the beginning of Tim Tebow’s career with the University of Florida Gators, he has proven his commitment to standing firm in his biblical convictions,” said Dr. Robert J. Pacienza, founder of the Institute for Faith & Culture. “We are honored to add him to this already remarkable lineup of speakers and look forward to learning from his insight and experiences.”

Tebow joins other notable experts speaking at the conference, including:

  • Albert Mohler, president of The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary;
  • Sean McDowell, author and apologist;
  • Alisa Childers, author and apologist;
  • Virgil Walker, pastor and Executive Director of Operations for G3 Ministries;
  • Rosaria Butterfield, author and speaker; and
  • Tim Sansbury, Professor of Philosophy and Theology and Provost at Knox Theological Seminary.

Centered around the theme, “Standing for Truth in an Upside Down World,” the Kingdom Come Conference will include engaging talks, interactive workshops and heartfelt fellowship designed to inspire and empower attendees to articulate the timeless truths of God’s Word with grace and courage.

“We are in a unique cultural moment,” said McDowell. “The Kingdom Come Conference will help Christians know how to thoughtfully and biblically move forward in our times that seem increasingly hostile to traditional values.”

Tickets are available now at institutefc.org/kingdomcome. All full-time high school, college and seminary students can attend free of charge.

ABOUT INSTITUTE FOR FAITH & CULTUREThe Institute for Faith & Culture exists to equip Christians for our current cultural moment through worldview training, leadership development and resources. Founded by Dr. Rob Pacienza, the institute’s vision is to advance the Kingdom of God “on earth as it is in heaven” by helping Christians to engage and transform culture for His Kingdom in the marketplace, education, the arts and the public square. For more information visit institutefc.org.