A FREE SIMULCAST ON FORGIVENESS
When the war ended, his battle began. Much like Louis Zamperini many of us are haunted by past wrongs, injustices, and wounds.
How do we find forgiveness and truly forgive others? This part of Louie’s story provides some incredible encouragement and insights. An Olympic and World War II hero, Louie was tortured while a prisoner during the war. He came home still fighting the battles he faced as a POW. For many of us, the only way to get life back and to keep our past from destroying our future is through forgiveness.
This is the heart of the message of this special FREE, one-hour simulcast event your church can host. Invite your congregation to join Dr. Dick Tibbits as he presents research and scientifically documented findings that show the healing power of forgiveness. Through story and content, the members of your church or small group can travel on their own journeys to forgiveness.
This FREE, one-hour simulcast event offers:
- Understanding of the difference between guilt and shame
- Freedom, peace, and strength never thought possible
- New understanding of what causes pain
- Discovery of what forgiveness does and doesn’t mean
- Help in avoiding giving control of your life to people from your past
This special event also includes:
- Luke Zamperini, son of Louis and Cynthia Zamperini
- Will Graham, evangelist and grandson of Billy Graham
- A sneak peak at scenes from the upcoming film UNBROKEN: PATH TO REDEMPTION
Dr. Johnny M. Hunt, born July 17, 1952, in Lumberton, North Carolina. He is married to Janet Allen Hunt of Wilmington, North Carolina. They have two daughters: Deanna Hunt Carswell and Hollie Hunt Hixson. They also have three granddaughters: Hope Savannah Hixson, Addie Lee Hixson, Katie Carswell Oswald and one grandson, Carson John Carswell.
Dr. Hunt became pastor of First Baptist Church of Woodstock, Georgia, December, 1986. Dr. Hunt served as President of the Pastors’ Conference of the Southern Baptist Convention in 1996. Dr. Hunt also served as President of the Southern Baptist Convention for the terms 2008-2009 and 2009-2010.
DR. DICK TIBBITS
Dr. Dick Tibbits has worked in the field of behavior and spiritual health for over forty years. He holds a doctorate in psychotherapy from Andover-Newton Theological School as well as an M.Div. degree from Andrews University.
Dr. Tibbits has conducted original research on forgiveness and heart disease which he presented at The National Institutes of Health, Harvard University, The Mayo Clinic, Duke University, Loma Linda University, and Stanford University. He has also conducted research on stress management using principles from his work with those who must perform in extreme stress situations.
Over the course of his career he has served as a pastor, pastoral educator and clinical counselor at Kettering Medical Center, Chief People Officer at Florida Hospital Orlando, COO of Loma Linda University Medical Center, and COO/CEO of Florida Hospital Tampa.
Luke Zamperini is the only son of Louis and Cynthia Zamperini. As a child, Luke accompanied his father on Victory Boys Camp retreats, giving him the knowledge and wisdom to keep Victory Boys Camp true to its original mission. Luke continues to make himself available for public speaking events where he tells his father’s story and shares his unique perspective on what made Louis the man he was.
William Franklin Graham IV (Will) is the third generation of Grahams to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ under the banner of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association. Will is the grandson of Billy Graham and the oldest son of Franklin Graham.
Participating in crusade-style events—called Celebrations—since 2006, he has held evangelistic outreaches on six continents around the world. Will also serves as Vice President of the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association and as ExecutiveDirector of the Billy Graham Training Center at The Cove in Asheville, N.C.
In November, Will’s first book—a devotional titled Redeemed: Devotions for a Longing Soul—will be published by Thomas Nelson, featuring stories centered on the life-changing power of a relationship with God.
A graduate of Liberty University and Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, Will and his wife, Kendra, have two daughters and a son.
SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 1, 2018
This event is on-demand but available beginning September 1. Your church or small group can determine your own viewing date and start time after registration!
The film “Unbroken: Path to Redemption” is in theaters September 14.
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