Naperville church hosting panel discussion on Islam
Touting it as “a rare opportunity to learn from extremely knowledgeable experts on the front-line of the spiritual and political battle that is being waged all around us,” the Grace for Life Church in Naperville will host a panel discussion on radical Islam July 14.
The two-hour event will feature a panel of Homeland Security founding member Philip Haney, Call of Love Ministries in Beirut co-founder Samya Johnson and Iranian-born, turned American citizen and civil rights leader Anni Cyrus.
Doors open at 10 a.m. and those planning to attend must RSVP by calling (708-781-9328) to reserve a seat.
Also regarded as a high-level counter-terrorism agent, Haney is expected to address the crowd on the subject of threats and solutions, while Cyrus will reflect on her rise from a child bride, abused spouse and imprisoned teen to advocate for women and girls under Sharia.
Johnson, along with her husband, recently launched a nonstop Christian TV Channel that has the reach to extend to millions of Muslims around the world.