CP: Kangaroo Impeachment, Obama Politicized the DOJ, and Ryan Fournier Students for Trump
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We are looking forward to being at G3 conference in Atlanta January 16th through the 18th. We will also be traveling up the east coast through DC and NYC with a series of interviews we are scheduling. Reach out to Gabe at firstname.lastname@example.org if you want to support our trip (traveling with film equipment is expensive). Also, if our trip coincides with your city, we might be available for an event or just some good old fellowship.
Ryan Fournier is a political commentator, analyst, and strategist. As the National Chairman for Students for Trump, Ryan leads a national student mobilization effort which seeks the reelection of President Donald J. Trump. In addition to his leadership role with Students for Trump, he is the President of a conservative political strategic consulting firm xStrategies, and is the President of the innovative mobile polling platform OpenPoll.
In 2015, Ryan helped launch Students for Trump as a Twitter account while studying at Campbell University in North Carolina — 177K followers today. Fournier graduated from Campbell University in May 2019 with a degree in Political Science. Fournier was awarded Newsmax‘s 30 Under 30 Award in 2017  and 2018. He is also a recipient of the Red Alert Politics 30 Under 30 Award. In July 2018, Fournier launched a boycott against Walmart for selling shirts labeled “Impeach 45,” which resulted in the hashtag #BoycottWalmart trending on Twitter. In July 2019, Fournier was labeled ‘Creep of the Week’ by Between the Linesafter he attacked Elizabeth Warren for her usage of gender pronouns within her Twitter biography.
G3 Conference: January 16th – January 18th
The worship of God has both a theological foundation that must not be ignored as well as practical implications for every Christian and local church.
Does God mandate how we worship and how do we discern what is acceptable worship to God? In an age where pastors are entering the pulpit on zip lines and where motorcycle stunts are being attempted as illustrations during corporate worship—we must ask ourselves what does God expect and what does he forbid?
In the 2020 G3 Conference, we will look at the subject of the worship of God—seeking to understand the theological foundation and real life implications for us in the context of our local churches. Make your plans to join us by securing your seat!
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