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We are now in our twelfth year and have offered 60reat events with speakers from all over America. We are grateful that many from Montana and Wyoming are helping us promote biblical worldview ideas. Great ideas compete for people's minds and hearts, and followers of Christ should be interjecting ideas that reflect Biblical wisdom into the public square. 2021 demonstrated that need in spades as we saw the LEFT promote all parts of the LGBT agenda, Critical Race Theory, and other aspects of Marxism. 2022 will require us to communicate our worldview concepts in an even more effective way. As Progressives push the LGBTQ agenda coupled with Globalism, only engaged Christians will be able to counter them.
Matt Sharp serves as senior counsel and state government relations national director with Alliance Defending Freedom, where he focuses on state and local legislative matters.
Since joining ADF in 2010, Sharp has authored federal and state legislation, regularly provides testimony and legal analysis on how proposed legislation will impact constitutional freedoms, and advises governors, legislators, and state and national policy organizations on the importance of laws and policies that protect First Amendment rights. He has testified before the United States Congress on the importance of the Religious Freedom Restoration Act.
Sharp has also worked on important cases advancing religious freedom and free speech. He has won cases upholding the rights of students to form religious clubs, invite classmates to church, and even perform a religious song at a school talent show. He authored an amicus brief to the U.S. Supreme Court on behalf of nearly 9,000 students, parents, and community members asking the Court to uphold students’ right to privacy against government intrusion.
Don Johnson is filmmaker, author, and speaker. He is the founder of Don Johnson Media and Runaway Planet Pictures, under which he has produced three feature length documentaries:
Don has a B.A. in Theology, Missions and Intercultural Studies from San Jose Christian College, an M.A. in Christian Apologetics from Biola University, and an M.A. in Theology from Franciscan University of Steubenville. He has also done graduate work in the evangelism program at Multnomah Seminary and the philosophy of Religion program at Talbot School of Theology.
Don and his wife have 4 children and live in Southern California