So then, brothers, stand firm and hold to the traditions that you were taught by us, either by our spoken word or by letter.
What a difference a decade makes. Ten years ago evangelicals re-elected one of their own, protected the sanctity of marriage at the ballot box, and asserted a considerable amount of cultural leverage. Today is a different story. Christians fear not only losing their place of cultural privilege but their freedom to practice their religion. So how does the church adjust to these changing realities? Do we change with the times? Is this the moment when we should re-evaluate our convictions and priorities? The Bible addresses these questions, as Paul instructs the church to "stand firm." We must hold fast to the uncompromising faith. Join us for the 2015 Ironmen Summit as we seek to equip men to stand firm with an unshakable faith in an unfriendly world.