2019 Alaska Family Council Annual Dinner “Contending for the Faith”

Friday, October 25th

Fairbanks
Pike’s Waterfront Lodge

Doors Open 6:00pm
Program Begins 7:00pm

Saturday, October 26th

Anchorage
O’Malley’s on the Green

Doors Open 6:00pm
Program Begins 7:00pm

Please Join Us as a Dinner Sponsor

Our Fall Dinner is our most important fundraiser of the year and will give us confidence and resources to contend for the faith in Alaska in 2020 and beyond.

Platinum – $5,000

Preferred seating for you and 10 guests at your table. Attendance at VIP reception for you and your table guests. Event sponsorship acknowledged by full-page ad in program, announcement from emcee, ad on AFC website, and recurring slideshow during event.

Gold – $2,500

Preferred seating for you and 10 guests at your table. Attendance at VIP reception for you and your table guests. Event sponsorship acknowledged by half-page ad in program, announcement from emcee, and recurring slideshow during event.

Silver – $1,500

Preferred seating for you and 10 guests at your table. Attendance at VIP reception for you and your table guests. Event sponsorship acknowledged by quarter-page ad in program, announcement from emcee, and recurring slideshow during event.

Bronze – $750

Full table for 10 guests. Sponsor recognition – if desired. Event sponsorship acknowledged by quarter-page ad in program.

Interested in becoming a sponsor for this event?

Keynote Speaker

Rep. Katrina Jackson

The Honorable Katrina Jackson is an attorney and a member of the Louisiana House of Representatives. She was admitted to the Louisiana State Bar and elected to the Louisiana House of Representatives in 2011. Ms. Jackson opened her private law firm, Katrina R. Jackson LLC and is a partner with the Downs Law Firm. She is the head of the Louisiana Legislative Black Caucus.

Rep. Jackson is the lead sponsor of the “Love Life Amendment”—a proposed constitutional amendment that passed the Louisiana Legislature by overwhelming margins and will now appear before the state’s voters in the 2020 election. The amendment boldly states, “To protect human life, nothing in this constitution shall be construed to secure or protect a right to abortion or require the funding of abortion.”

Jackson says “I tell people in my state when they ask me, ‘Why are you a black, female, Democrat lawmaker fighting for life?’ I tell them because I’m a Christian first,” Jackson added. “And then I tell them that Proverbs say God hates the shedding of innocent blood. There’s no blood more innocent than an unborn child who’s never sinned, who never knew sin, and so for them …we will fight.”

Special Guest

Isabella Chow

Isabella gained national attention as a Christian student at the Univ of Cal-Berkeley for reading a statement explaining her Biblically-based views on sexuality and marriage as a student government Senator. She endured widespread attacks as a result, but stood strong with grace and compassion. Isabella’s example can inspire all of us, as we strive to live out our faith and contend for Truth.

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